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Projects in Laos



Since 2012, we are providing assistance to the first centre for autistic children in Vientiane.


The whole left over of our budget is used as follows :


-      Setting of toilets with water inlet (if there are no toilets, young girls, having their periods, stop going to school)

-      Setting of an electrical power line in a school

-      Buying of shirts for boys and girls, as well as sandals

-      Buying of sport equipment such as balls for soccer and for the traditional sport : taklo.

-      In December 2014, we provided warm clothes to 120 children of a primary school in the north of Luang Prabang.


We would like to keep on this way for the time being, concentrating on the most isolated schools in the mountains and the countryside, where every type of equipment is lacking.

Subject to obtaining further financing, in addition to the regular contribution of our supporters, the various donations, and organizations we call upon in the Loiret (where the French antenna of Solasia Laos is), we hope to be able to widen our projects for school-children in Laos.

We also plan to implement microcredits to assist countryside people in buying fowls and goats as well as water buffalos to help with the rice field work.


 With your continuous support, and with our increased number of supporters, we are looking forward to further develop sustainable and efficient programs for the young school kids in Lao PDR.


please refer to the photos coverage.


 In 2015, we created a pilot garden for organic farming in  order to motivate country people to do the same with seeds provided by us, and then sell their harvest to touristic hotels.

The first results are encouraging. 

Breeding of goats should also start gradually providing income.

 We visited Ban Chok school. 

 Very few pupils were there, as they had to be ready for their exam to the higher level taking place on the next day. 


 However those who were present enjoyed the offered collation.


Nos partenaires :

  • AFA - Association for Autism
  • Lone Buffalo
  • Nalee's Farm
  • Mediatheque de Chateau- Renard
  • Maxime (Clearstream)


    Maxime, 27 ans,  originaire de Verdun (Meuse, Lorraine) ; j'ai  effectué mes etudes au sein de l'ecole de commerce de Troyes.

    Je travaille depuis 5 ans chez Clearstream (initialement Luxembourg, puis dans la branche de Singapour) en tant qu'analyste crédit. Mon travail consiste a évaluer la santé financière des clients.

    J'ai découvert Sol'Asia en 2010, lors de mon stage de 6 mois au Vietnam à  travers Jeremy Odoux, l'un des membres de l'association soutenant les projets au Vietnam. J'ai longtemps voulu apporter mon soutien a l'association. Ce n'est qu'en 2016, depuis que je réside a Singapour, que j'y suis parvenu. Il s'agissait de mon premier projet humanitaire. Je souhaite soutenir Sol'Asia sur le long terme ainsi qu'obtenir le soutien régulier de mon entreprise.

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  • Clearstream Charity Commitee
  • Nadao
  • AEPV Agir ensemble
  • Clearstream charity commitee

    clearstream thankyou
    Dear Clearstream Charity Committee,
    You recently donated 1.600 euros to support our charity project.Sol’Asia would like to thank you for your generosity.
    Sol’Asia strives to help underprivileged children in South East Asia, in particular in Laos and Vietnam. Thanks to Clearstream  Charity Commitee, we were able to provide school materials, educational books and warm clothes to those in need of the Luang Prabang region, Laos. This project is particularly important to us as we believe that improving access to education is key to achieve long term benefits.
    Thanks to people like you, Sol’Asia helps more and more children every year. Once again, we warmly thank you for your support.
    Yours sincerely,

    Franck CAUSSIN  Président of Sol’Asia

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