The projects supported by Break Poverty are subject to a strict selection process based on four main criteria:
Training all professional staff working with young children and raising parental awareness to prevent late development in 0-3 year-olds.
Organizing workshops to support 1st to 5th grade students in Nantes’ Bellevue district and prevent school dropout.
Providing tutors for high school students in disadvantaged areas to facilitate their access to higher education.
Preventing school dropout by helping children from 1st grade learn to read.
A digital academy to combat dropout after the high school exam (baccalauréat) offering remote training courses for young adults at a campus located in the city center.
An intensive 7-month social reintegration program that uses art to support young people suffering from social exclusion.
A three-month program focused on self-reflection and professional aspirations rolled out to students aged 14 and above four half-days per week to combat school dropout.
Facilitating the professional integration of young people in difficulty through mentoring programs with company employees.
Awareness-raising and training in digital professions for young girls.
Supporting disadvantaged job seekers in preparing their interviews and adopting appropriate professional behavior and dress codes.
Helping students discover the corporate and professional environment through classroom presentations and company visits.
A dedicated meeting place close to home where young girls can seek assistance with their personal, school and professional lives.
Two-year support program for young people in difficulty aspiring to create their own business.
Program providing dedicated individual or collective assistance, including by company employees, to help reintegrate young people in difficulty in technical professions.
A team-based project connecting mid-school students with the professional world through the creation of a business, from the initial idea to the sale of products.
Helping severely disadvantaged people to escape from poverty by providing food and social aid.
A professional reintegration program providing dedicated individual and collective support, including from company employees, for young people in difficulty.
Assisting young people from priority neighborhoods with their personal and professional projects in the world of employment, culture and sport.
Training young people without any qualifications in digital professions to simplify their integration into the world of work.
Helping young job seekers without qualifications to secure an apprenticeship.
Taking action against the causes of malnutrition in the community of Dharni in Maharastra, India.