Overseas territories wish to save their heritage and highlight their culture. C.H.A.M association acts at the request of the State, of local authorities or local associations.
Depending on local needs, the association sets different types of worksites : training worksites, integration worksites, expertise missions...
C.H.A.M association has four overseas offices :
Operations in Guyana started in 2010. They took place on buildings linked to the colonial era and penal colonies, first on abandoned houses that belong to the French coastal conservation agency (Artur and Loyola houses, in Rémire-Montjoly, Cayenne) then on the Salvation's Islands.
Those interventions were organised with local associations in the filds of archeology or social integration. They also had the financial support of State services (for youth, health, sports, culture and heritage) and of the CNES (National Centre for Spatial Studies).
Phone : +594 (0)6 96 32 31 17
Saint Joseph Island, Royale Island
2011 - 2013
bell tower of the church of ilet-la-Mer penal colony
June - August 2016
reunion island - indian ocean
In 1989 C.H.A.M acts at the request of the ministry of Culture, starting the first action out of mainland France. The aims of the associaiton there are the same as on the former worksites, but with an extra care for social and professional integration.
The aim is to make Reunion people aware of the richness of their heritage and to help them preserve it.
The Reunion office does not only work on the island and worksites took place in the following places :
South Africa (2005)
The Seychelles (2009-2014, 2018)
The Comoros (2014-2017)
Regional contact : Mr Kahlid CASSAM SULLIMAN
25, rue Mahé - La Mare97 438 SAINTE MARIE - Ile de La Réunion
Phone : +262 (0)2 62 53 27 98
Fax : +262 (0)2 62 53 14 69
la Pointe-au-sel saltworks
Saint-Leu, 20th century
2015 - 2016
February - April 2018
Saint-Denis, 20th century
December 2016 - November 2017
11 months in 2018
2013 - 2014
Villèle stables and sugar refinery
2011 - 2014
In the 1990s the association organised training worksites for technical and educational activity leaders. They took place mostly in Guadaloupe and were supported by local State services for youth, sports and culture.
In 2009, the French coastal conservation agency requested the association to restore the suger refinery of Anse Couleuvre in Martinique. C.H.A.M then worked with a local associaiton dedicated to social and professional integration.
In 2011 a second action was engaged on the suger refinery of Fond Moulin, Grand Rivière, in northern Martinique. It was a training worksite organised with civic service volunteers.
7, avenue Condorcet
97 200 FORT DE FRANCE - Martinique
February - September 2014
January - March 2013
new-CALeDONIa - south pacific ocean
35, rue Jean Ohlen
VDC - 98800 Nouméa - Nouvelle Calédonie
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