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10 years of commitment to Health

Since its first HIV/AIDS program, Lafarge has kept improving its Health & Safety approach. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for the Group to review its 10-year continuous progress in Health & Safety.

 

Lafarge recognized HIV/AIDS as a strong economic and social challenge in 2001 and started to work with NGOs, unions, and international bodies to structure its Health approach. As a result, the Group implemented its first programs to fight against HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2003.

Since then, from public health to general well-being, from developing countries to mature ones, Lafarge has rapidly evolved to better adapt to local health issues thanks to the experience it had gained in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Follow this retrospective of a 10-year commitment to Health issues

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Sustainable construction

The Group’s partnerships

The challenges of sustainable construction concern all players in the building sector. Lafarge works closely with industrial associations, energy suppliers and architects to identify building methods which are cleaner and more environmentally friendly.

LafargeHolcim. Cement, aggregates, Concrete.