The NGO International Impact is linked to the Purpan School of Agricultural Engineering.
Every year approximately 30 students from the Purpan Engineering School travel on mission abroad, more specifically, to developing countries for 12 to 16 weeks between June and December. In their fourth year of study, they choose to commit themselves to international solidarity.
The Purpan School of Engineering in Toulouse specializes in agronomy, agriculture, life sciences, agri-food, marketing and management (to learn more: http://www.purpan.fr/).
Where are they leaving to?
They are involved in about ten countries on three continents: Africa, South America and Asia.
What are they going to do?
Carry out missions responding to various problems: rural and agricultural development, waste management, environment, education…
Each mission will aim to help disadvantaged populations.
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