FACE For Children In Need allows children who live in great poverty to progressively reintegrate society, by covering their fundamental needs as well as giving them access to education.
Once a relationship of trust has been established with the association's educators, the children enjoy activitiesat the association's day centre.
Since 2010, the centre has been expanded to make it a residential transition centre, where certain children can stay before re-joining their families.
FACE has also created a school intended for children staying in the centre, in partnership with the Egyptian ministry and UNESCO.
A new stage in the association's project consists in setting up vocational training workshops for young people, in order to make them more independent.
The Air Liquide Foundation is providing its backing for the acquisition of a mini-bus to transport children from the centre to school, as well as for taking sick or injured children the hospital. It also facilitates the organisation of excursions or visits of foster families.