Cyclus supports reconstruction in Haiti
In Haïti, many schools are still waiting reconstruction following the destruction and damage caused by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Cyclus in collaboration with Un Enfant Par La Main will support the effort to rebuild and re-equip the Bon Berger school, in the southern part of the country.
A NEW SCHOOL, TO ENCOURAGE AND RETAIN STUDENTS
More than a year after the tragedy, the 420 children of the Bon Berger school are still waiting for their new school.
The classrooms have tarpaulin for walls, wooden boards and sheet metal for ceilings, uncomfortable benches screwed to the floor and broken tables. These conditions make learning extremely tough and noisy.
It is urgent to rebuild this school, in order to offer better school conditions to both students and teachers.
Request your 2018
limited edition notepad
This year, Arjowiggins Graphic has collaborated with CMM Marketing to offer you a new limited edition notepad that showcases the superb colour reproduction on Cyclus 100% recycled papers.
Audrey Boblin, Graphic Designer, CMM Consulting "For the notepad design we wanted to explore how printed colours appear on textured paper. Cyclus offered a wide range of possibilities and was a perfect match for our project: a bright finish and a delicate touch for a pop and modern result which was environmentally friendly. The excellent colour reproduction and the unique texture of Cyclus were both essential components for a successful proposal."
To limit the impact on the environment, the notepad was printed on a Heidelberg LED UV zero ozone emission press. Cyclus Print 350gsm was selected for the cover because of its remarkable print performance which allowed to keep the richness and colour really punchy, the text pages are printed on Cyclus Offset 90gsm for its specific feel & touch. To get the most of the design, a matt varnish has been applied on the cover, combined with a selective gloss varnish.
Un Enfant par la Main is a French Non Governmental Organisation and is a member of Childfund Alliance. Their mission is to offer a better future to disadvantaged children by sponsoring projects focused on improving the education, health, access to water and nutrition of the children. This also allows their families to have access to activities that generate income.
Due to 11,000 sponsors and donors, “Un Enfant par la Main” contributes support with local partners for 50,000 children and families in 18 countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America.