The IPS(WA) Solidarity Fund – SOLIPS is a non-profit organization, created on October 18, 2003 within the framework of the social policy of the IPS(WA) Institution, which is based on the principle of the joint participation of companies and their employees.

Initially intended to support the fight against HIV/AIDS within the companies of the Institution IPS(WA), the activities of SOLIPS today concern various health and well-being programs in the workplace and in the surrounding communities. Subsidiaries of IPS(WA).

Today, SOLIPS sets up and finances, with the help of its partners, various prevention and screening programs for HIV/AIDS as well as other communicable and non-communicable diseases: malaria, tuberculosis, cancer, diabetes, hypertension arterial and hepatitis.

SOLIPS also supports disabled employees by paying them capital.

Among the major projects of SOLIPS, we can mention:

  • The Early Childhood Development Project started in 2009 at FILTISAC, which houses a space equipped with a mini-library. This space is run by volunteer employees, who educate those accompanying them to browse the books and read with the children.
  • The Nutrition Project, started in 2020, whose main objective is to strengthen parents’ knowledge of early childhood nutrition.
  • The Telemedicine Project, set up in 2018, with the construction of two teletraining centers for health and teleconsultation personnel in FILTISAC (Abidjan) and IVOIRE COTON (Boundiali).