Aigues-Vertes Foundation

Aigues-Vertes Foundation

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Credit: AMELIE-BENOIST/BSIP/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Reportage in the Aigues-Vertes village in Switzerland, whose inhabitants all suffer from mental handicap. The Aigues-Vertes Foundation was founded in 1961 and is an institution whose aim to help with the social and economic integration of people suffering from mental disability. It offers a place to live in the shape of a village with 20 buildings spread over a 21.5-hectare site, and can house 120 villagers. They all work in the village according to their own capabilities and at their own pace. Alex is 34 and works in the village but lives in a protected apartment in the town. He has worked in agriculture in Aigues-Vertes for 16 years.

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