6On December 26, 2004, a devastating tsunami hit Asia, causing the death of thousands of people. Amongst them were 12 year-old Jan and his 8 year-old brother Oscar.
In the immediate aftermath of this tragic event, a humanitarian project is born in an outpouring of solidarity.
The Jan & Oscar Foundation was officially founded on June 29, 2005.
Over 50 projects have been implemented in 16 years
Children attending school
Enfants ont accès à l'eau potable
Every single franc is used for school construction projects, grants, as well as activities on the ground.
buildings with toilets and showers
Our fight against plastic pollution
Our social enterprise Ranong Recycle for Environment (RRE) The aim of our project is to offer new revenue sources and employment…
The educational project: waste banks in schools Our foundation considers that the education and involvement of children are paramount in combatting marine plastic pollution. The…
The Moken are a race of semi-nomadic fishermen living on several of the Andaman Islands, off the coast of Burma and Thailand. Traditionally, they travel around, spending part of the year on their boats, kabangs, making a living from fishing and gathering shellfish. But their way of life has been threatened for several years. Intensive fishing has considerably reduced the stocks
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