- Redesigned for user-friendliness and improved content
- A single portal for project management
- Optimized access for tablets and mobile phones
The Sanofi Espoir Foundation announces the redesign of its website. On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, the Foundation is launching a new version of its website with a brand new approach to user-friendliness and content designed to improve access to information. Using a simpler, more visual approach, it is now better-adapted to the expectations of the Foundation's beneficiaries and partners as well as the press and the general public.
"The new website is a showcase for our commitment to the health of the most disadvantaged, with a clean design and more concise text content for more direct access to information. The provision of a search engine as well as the simpler structure make it easier to make sense what we do," explains Valérie Faillat, Head of the Sanofi Espoir Foundation.
"The Foundation's redesigned website provides better information to the public. And our partners can benefit from a single portal using the Optimy project management tool to track their actions," adds Valérie Faillat.
By adapting to new Internet-user practices, the site can be easily accessed from all types of terminals, including tablets and mobile phones. The new design also highlights the various actions carried out by the Sanofi Espoir Foundation to reduce health inequalities.
In 2019, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation carried out 77 projects in 50 countries in the areas of maternal and neonatal health, care for people in vulnerable situations, and the fight against health crises and pediatric cancers. It is particularly proud to have contributed to the first bone marrow transplant, for a four-year-old girl at the only stem cell transplant center in Paraguay.
About the Sanofi Espoir Corporate Foundation
Created in 2010, the Sanofi Espoir Corporate Foundation aims to reduce inequalities in health in France and internationally. Its actions aim to improve the health of the most vulnerable populations, particularly children. These serve the Foundation’s vision of a world in which everyone has a chance to be born, grow and maintain their health. This ambition covers four strategic areas: maternal and neonatal health, pediatric cancers in low- and middle-income countries, access to healthcare for the most vulnerable populations in France, and responding to humanitarian crises.