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Grupo Pefaco: 20 years with the local communities – April: The Disabled

As part of Grupo Pefaco’s 20th anniversary in 2015, the Group’s founders, Francis PEREZ and Olivier CAURO, want to be even more active in the development of the local communities of the countries in which they are present.

Each month, thematic social actions will take place in the countries in which Grupo Pefaco operates. In April, the Group carried out social actions destined to people with disabilities. Amongst others, Lydia Ludic Burkina Faso donated food and essentials to the blind and vision impaired people of Bobo-Dioulasso, Lydia Ludic Côte d’Ivoire organized leisure activities for the young people with developmental disabilities of the “La Page Blanche” centre in Abidjan, and Lydia Ludic Niger donated food and essentials to the Association of Blind People in Niger.

To celebrate the Groups 20th anniversary, Francis PEREZ and Olivier CAURO have planned to share the event with their employees, their customers and their partners through global actions scheduled throughout the year, in all the Group’s subsidiaries. Amongst its actions, the “Jackpot Salary“ for the employees of the company and gifts for their clients and partners.

Grupo Pefaco was created in 1995 by Messrs. Francis PEREZ and Olivier CAURO, respectively President and CEO. With its many years of experience and thanks to its team of over 3000 employees, Grupo Pefaco has the ambition to be among the leaders in its markets.

Lydia Ludic Burkina Faso est venu en aide aux Aveugles et Malvoyants de Bobo-Dioulasso

Lydia Ludic Burkina Faso donated food and essentials to the blind and vision impaired people of Bobo-Dioulasso

Lydia Ludic Niger est venu en aide à l’Association des Aveugles du Niger, à Niamey

Lydia Ludic Niger donated food and essentials to the Association of Blind People in Niger

Lydia Ludic Côte d’Ivoire  a organisé des activités de divertissement pour les jeunes handicapés du centre spécialisé la Page Blanche, à Abidjan

Lydia Ludic Côte d’Ivoire organized leisure activities for the young people with developmental disabilities of the “La Page Blanche” centre in Abidjan

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Lydia Ludic donates sticks to an association for the blind

The company Lydia Ludic is adamant of the social policy established by its founders Messrs. Perez and Cauro, therefore being regularly in charge of social projects benefiting local populations. Last February, the Leisure and Gaming company donated white sticks to people with sight deficiencies, most of them being entirely blind.

Lydia Ludic Togo was fully aware of the utility of sticks to blind people and didn’t wait a second to grant the association Useful Actions for the Blinds (UAB) 30 sticks when they most needed it. Through the gesture, Lydia Ludic hopes it will allow them to move around with more ease and to gain certain independence, which is a real issue for them.

Useful Actions for the Blinds (UAB) is an association created in 2008 with the aim of asserting the rights of visually handicapped people to have an accessible environment. There are currently 50 members of the association located in Lomé, Togo.

All the photos of the sticks-giving ceremony are available on Lydia Ludic Facebook Page.

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