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  • 1. Let’s make a commitment for their future !
  • 2. Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine’s major goal is to help Chinese Ethnic Minorities children (mainly girls) to go to school o English Translation : « Colors of China » o Charity Association and non-profit organisation o F ounded by a French woman : Mrs Françoise Grenot-Wang, named “ Fang Fang ” Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 3. « Fang Fang » (1949 – 2008) : o 1990 = She started « Couleurs de Chine » as a cultural Association to introduce the culture of Chinese minorities (Miao, Yao and Dong) to the French public. o 1998 = She worked as an interpreter for « Doctors without Borders » in the Guangxi province. And going from village to village, she was shocked to find no girls at all in any of the schools. Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 4. o From 1998 = She decided to stay and live in this remote area and change the main goal of the Association by sponsoring education for ethnic girls . Association Environment People Actions She was passionate and fiercely proud of their culture, their strength and their history and dedicated her life to them . Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 5. Guangxi and Guizhou Provinces Mountainous region in the south east of China : « The Great Miao Mountains » Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010 Beijing Shanghai Guangzhou
  • 6. o People live in wooden houses o Houses are not equipped with electricity Couleurs de Chine supports the maintenance, restoration and reconstruction of community structures in the villages, such as the “ Drum Tower ” of the Dong. (on the picture) Help for the preservation of the traditional culture Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 7.
    • Yao Minorities
    • Population : 2 millions
    • Famous for their knowledge about medicinal plants
    Miao Minorities Population : 9 millions The 4th Ethnic Minority Group in China They have many dialects but do not have any writting Miao people are known for their intricate embroidery Dong Minorities Population : 2.5 millions The Dong villages can be easily distinguish by its distinctive architecture style ( " Drum Tower ) Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 8. Sister’s Rice Festival ( The oldest Asian Valentine’s Day) Lusheng Players ( Reed Flute : the official symbol of Miao Culture) Couleurs de Chine encourages the local population to preserve their traditional costume, music and dance. Association Actions Environment People Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 9. o Local families have very low income (average annual income is around 500 rmb) o The economy is based on terraced rice cultivation and the planting of fir trees . They raise pigs, sheep and chickens. o The young girls are expected to help around the houses Association Actions Environment People Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 10. Many young girls from these Ethnic Minorities do not get the chance to go to school. When it is possible for some families to let a child to go to school, the priority is given to boys . Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 11. o Our major action is to help girls and children to have access to primary school (6 years) and middle school (3 years). o The brightest one are supported to go to high school and some have reached university level. To date, almost 5,500 children sponsored Girl’s education Association Environment People Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 12. PRIMARY School ( 3 years ) = 1,800 Rmb PRIMARY School (1 year) = 600 Rmb MIDDLE School (1 year) = 1,200 Rmb HIGH School (1 year) = 5,000 Rmb UNIVERSITY (1 year) = 6,000 Rmb Our Sponsorship Commitment Association People Environment Actions By sponsoring, you will receive the picture of the child you sponsored and we will send you,once a year, her/his individual school report Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 13. Couleurs de Chine contributes to : the construction and refurbishment of schools, dormitories and playgrounds and provides school materials Construction and equipping of schools Association People Environment Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 14. Some teachers have a salary that does not give them and their families, enough to live on. Couleurs de Chine supports the training of a number of teachers. Help for teachers Association People Environment Actions Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 15. On the spot : Mrs Marine Vitré lives in Danian Township. She carries out a survey of the needs and informs the Head Office, in Paris. A network of volunteers in France, China, Switzerland, Belgium organise numerous activities to raise funds. Our Network Association People Environment Actions Individual, International Schools and Companies They commit to a sponsorship or participate in collective actions (cultural action support, donation, high school fund, construction…) Our Sponsors Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 16. Projects 2009-2010 C.D.C Guangzhou Association People Environment Actions Fundraising for High School Fund Reparation of 3 Schools’ roof (Qiuka, Jige, Yaolong Schools) Participation for a new playground (Gaoyan School) Buy new tables and chairs (Shanggang, Guihe, Gaoliao Schools) Construct a library (Linlang School) And more to come… Couleurs de Chine - 2010
  • 17. Thanks for your support ! Contacts in Guangzhou : Mrs Marion Dallies & Miss Caroline Juif Email : [email_address] / www.couleursdechine.org

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