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Women & the Environment

Why support this cause

Since the "Women and Environment" action programme was launched in September 2015, more than 300 charity projects and 78,000 women have been supported through the Raja Action Programme. The next campaign begins September 2017 and continues until February 2018 with 5 new charities to support.

A campaign true to our core values. RAJA has grown as a business without ever forgetting its values and is committed today more than ever as a company that is engaged and supportive towards social and environmental issues.

Why committed to the environment?

Why committed to the environment?

Since Raja was founded in 1954, it has supported the preservation of natural resources. The RAJA group is ISO 14001 certified and is committed to the protection of the environment through multiple initiatives:
To minimise its environmental footprint
RAJA offers its customers a wide range of environmentally friendly products with 95% of products manufactured in Europe, of which 45% are ecologically sound

» Read more about our commitment to the protection of the environment
Why committed to women?

Why committed to women?

The RAJA Danièle Marcovici Foundation, founded in 2006 under the aegis of the Foundation of France, supports community projects around the world for women who are most likely to be victims of violence, injustice and poverty. To date with your help, over 345 community projects and more than 78,000 women have been supported through the Foundation.

» Read more about the RAJA-Danièle Marcovici Foundation
The “Women and the Environment” Action Programme

The “Women and the Environment” Action Programme, a campaign true to our core values!

Environmental protection and the plight of women are two issues that are closely linked. In fact in all developing countries, women are more dependent on natural resources through their daily activities than men and therefore are much more vulnerable. Women are also more at risk from both natural disasters and climate change, but they are also best placed to respond.

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