The A&A Ulmann Endowment Fund was established in 2019 by Agnès and André Ulmann to support a range of charitable projects aimed at improving people’s lives and well-being.
The Fund’s missions are health, the defense of women’s rights, education, water quality and the fight against illiteracy.
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The A&A Ulmann Fund supports Designing Hope on several projects in Eswatini, South Africa and Burkina Faso. In Eswatini, after having financed in 2019 the manufacture and supply of 4,000 anti covid masks for the HIV-positive patients followed in hospital, the Fund has taken charge of the construction of a chalet in the hospital to better accommodate the 230 HIV-positive minor patients during their monthly visits.
In South Africa, the Fund financed a chicken coop to feed the children of the Half Way House in Roosboom.
In Burkina Faso, the Fund worked alongside Dessine l’Espoir to enhance the agroecology demonstration garden at the Laafi Village.
Link to supported projects :
Half Way House de Roosboom
Teen Club, Piggs-Peak Hospital
Fabric masks workshop, Piggs Peak