Three projects to fight poverty
About this project
Three projects from Saint-Michel’s plan will be included in the Collective Impact Project.
1. Food self-sufficiency
This project will focus on three of the neighbourhood’s major issues: food security, academic success and pre-employability.
Food gardens and processing and distribution activities will create many opportunities for learning for vulnerable people.
The goal of this project is to improve the living conditions of the neighbourhood’s most vulnerable residents.
Many initiatives such as a situation profile, information sharing, and awareness tools will be launched to fight inadequate housing.
3. Opening up the neighbourhood
This project aims to improve the quality of life of people who live in Saint-Michel.
The goal is to get neighbourhood stakeholders involved in a shared development vision to transform the Francon quarry and open up the neighbourhood.
Many opportunities for learning for vulnerable people.