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An itinerant solidarity project aimed at creating social relations in refugee camps in Europe through cooking.
Europe is subject to a substantial wave of migration. Concerned about the social and humanitarian crisis, the RECHO team, made up of women chefs or cooking enthusiasts, is seeking to harness its expertise and experience to the benefit of refugees and rekindle hope and joy.
To that end, the RECHO team visits refugee camps in Europe in a traveling food truck. For its initial operation in August 2016, the RECHO food truck set up shop in the Linière camp in the town of Grande-Synthe in northern France. The team cooked some 500 meals a day with and for refugees, and also organized cooking workshops with refugees and local volunteers.
The Groupe SEB Fund provided small electrical appliances for the workshops and will be providing financial support for upcoming RECHO initiatives in Grande-Synthe, Arras and in Belgium in 2017.
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