Life project for youth (LP4Y)

LifeLine project

The Roquette Foundation has provided support for the Yummy program in Mumbai and wishes to continue its collaboration with LP4Y on the Lifeline program, developed to respond to issues affecting the city’s slum area by ensuring healthcare and improving living conditions. 

After precisely mapping existing healthcare facilities in the Malwani slum in Mumbai, LP4Y developed an entertaining interactive application in collaboration with young people.


This app provides tips and helps make residents aware of the topics of health and eating, while giving them basic advice on nutrition, hygiene and healthcare, as well as the address of the nearest competent medical practitioner. 



the lifeline project

Through a specially adapted coaching program and economic micro-activities developed by the Life Project Centers of the LP4Y association, young volunteers living in conditions of extreme poverty or victims of exclusion carry out a team experiment in creating, developing and managing a business.


The Roquette Foundation for Health supports the Yummy program in the north of Mumbai, India, which takes them from precariousness to the world of business. The Foundation wishes to support whenever possible actions towards the most vulnerable populations, with education on better nutrition. For these 18- to 24-year-olds from the slums of Malvani in Mumbai, it’s an open door to a new life. 


For eighteen months, they will participate in a learning program that focuses on three areas of action:


  • Creation, development and management of a microbusiness.
  • Academic upgrading and acquisition of the skills needed for work.
  • Personal development.


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