Author: translator@aime

Social impact study – Cooperativa Solary / Nirien Waire – Panama

Barthélémy Canson, a volunteer in Panama, carried out a social impact study that allows us to visualize the 5 years of activities of the Nirien Waire microfinance program. This program, initiated in 2013 and based in the village of Silico C…

Read More

Jailbreak 2017: heading to Prague!

Jailbreak 2017 Neoma BS Reims The Jailbreak 2017 has 12 participating pairs and more than 1000km covered for the most part. There were 11 registered pairs and one trinomial, however 3 pairs didn’t make it from Reims and therefore dro…

Read More

Interview – Jessy Jane’s adventures at AIME

A few weeks ago now, we were lucky enough to receive Jessy Jane in the AIME premises in Paris. Jessy Jane agreed to answer our questions, which allowed us to know even more about her Yoga-Moto-Association project. This project aims to raise a…

Read More

AIME closing 2019 with the family

In order to end the year as well as every year, we decided to organize a Christmas dinner at our AIME Family with a little novelty on the menu: a Solidarity Tombola. This event took place at La Nouvelle Rôtisserie in Paris on December 13, 2019. A …

Read More

A look back at the Race of Heroes

The Run for Heroes is one of the largest multi-association fundraising events in France. It allows associations to mobilize and gather around their cause but above all to raise funds to keep their projects alive. This year, the race took pl…

Read More

“Ecocuenca: a first project in Peru in partnership with the Qollana association”

AIME is launching its first project in Peru, in the region of Cusco, in partnership with the Qollana association and several local NGOs. A first request for funding has been submitted to the Micro Projects Agency for a start in September. Pe…

Read More

Tiphaine: “I have discovered people and a culture of incredible generosity”.

On June 1, 2018, in Tambon Tha Song Yang, a difficult awakening for the start of the school year, karen, thai, science, geography and English classes for the children. Tasting of 100 year old eggs (7 months old), football activity with the ch…

Read More

Tim: “I was one of their brothers before I was their teacher, I was part of a family before I was part of a school.”

When applying for certain civic services, I always had in mind “it looks good”, “it must be interesting”… But as soon as I read the description of this mission, I read the mission of my dreams, I even refused …

Read More

Sophie: “My feedback is extremely positive, I was very sad to leave the community!”

Hello everyone,    My name is Sophie and I’m 25 years old. I met the association AIME in February 2019 in order to participate in a volunteer mission in May with one of its partner associations. That’s how I wen…

Read More

Shirley: “Thank you for making me feel me again, thank you for opening my eyes and most of all thank you for showing me the kind of person I can be.”

“It’s (already) the end of the school year at TMK! We taught for 10 months in the school’s post-baccalaureate program, our students took their exams in our subjects (English, math and economics) and many others! After …

Read More

Romain: “Today I can say that what may seem like culture shock can be understood and bring another view of life if we take the time to open our minds to what we see.”

Before I left: I had some apprehensions before I left because it was my first time volunteering. How should I behave? How do I communicate with the children for me who doesn’t speak Thai? What is the context of my departure? These are al…

Read More

Quentin: “El Porvenir is a community of benevolent souls cradled in a haven of peace.”

Hello! My name is Quentin, I am 23 years old and I have been volunteering for a little over 2 months with the Honduras Child Alliance. A fabulous experience cut in half due to the global corona epidemic. It all started at the end of my graduate st…

Read More