On the humanitarian aspect, the students/learners will have to set up actions within the Montpellier metropolis to help the most underprivileged people. Then, the Keyciens will have to prepare the annual humanitarian trip to Conakry, Guinea. Each year, Keyce collects nearly 350 kg of books, notebooks and educational games to distribute to children.
“We are committed to making knowledge accessible in places where it is difficult to access it,” say Aline DESTAILLATS and Sophie PITTIE, founders of the association.
For the citizenship part of the Klub, the students/learners will have to set up awareness-raising actions on current events and make each keycien aware of their role in society.
Every year, through our association, Human Key Light, we organise humanitarian trips to help the countries that need it most. From Africa to Asia, we collect books, educational toys, stuffed animals, basic necessities… Our objective? To make knowledge accessible in places where it is difficult to reach.
Feel free to discover or rediscover the video of our 2019 humanitarian trip to Conakry (Guinée)