Pepe Jeans London is committed to society and actively participates in various projects alongside not-for-profit organisations. Take a look at some of these projects and initiatives in this section.
A centre to support the independence of rural women in Gandlapenta, India
Pepe Jeans works with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation to promote the autonomy of rural women at a centre in Gandlapenta providing sewing and sari embroidery lessons, in the Kadiri region, India.
This project has improved the quality of life of 225 women and their families by strengthening their productivity and generating revenues, as well as giving them the skills to start their own businesses.
Looms for the Tahen community, Battambarg, Cambodia
Pepe Jeans London contributed to this Sauce Foundation project, which aims to provide textiles training to Cambodian women, to promote family economies and contribute to developing the area.
This project is the fruit of an ambitious plan to promote craftwork and improve women's working conditions. Pepe Jeans London contributed to the project by fitting a building in the Tahen community with sewing and embroidery machines, cupboards, tables, fabrics and hand tools.
Nikum Nursery, Battambang, Cambodia
Pepe Jeans London co-operated with the Sauce Foundation in this literacy project for Cambodian children aged between 3 and 5 years, by providing a Nikum nursery with all of the furniture it needs to carry out its activities.
Blackboards, desks, books and other materials were purchased from a vocational training school for disabled students. In this way, both centres benefited.
Drinking water storage tanks were also built to supply the nursery, along with a neighbouring farm and a paddy field.
Improving the facilities of the Tomboronkoto College, Senegal
Pepe Jeans London helped improve facilities at the Mako college in Tomboronkoto, Senegal.
This project aims to combat school leaving and support education, as well as to ensure that children can continue their studies in the best possible conditions after leaving primary school.
This collaboration primarily benefits the 338 students and their families, as their children's education is supported and they receive food and school supplies.
Campamentos Solidarios is the NGO responsible for this project.
Hope for Haití
Pepe Jeans London also demonstrated its commitment to the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
To help make a financial contribution to rebuilding the Caribbean country, Pepe Jeans London created an exclusive T-shirt. All profits from the sale of this garment were destined for the NGO Mensajeros por la Paz.
Pepe Jeans London was supported by its Turkish suppliers Estambul Demezoglu and Han Tekstil in this solidarity project.
A Nutritional and Educational rehabilitation centre in Ekicheles, Kenya
Pepe Jeans contributed to building a nursery and nutritional rehabilitation centre for nomadic children in Ekicheles, 7 km from Kaikor in the north of the Turkana region.
This Fundación Emalaikat project aims to educate and support 200 children aged from 2 to 7 years. Malnutrition contributes to a series of illnesses such as anaemia and numerous infections including ear, respiratory tract, skin, infections, etc. We know that the first years in a child's life are fundamental to their physical, psychological and intellectual well-being and that food is key.