The 2013 L'OREAL-UNESCO International Fellows include: Florencia Linero , Argentina ; Kanika Mitra , Bangladesh ; Marie Florence Ngo Ngwe , Cameroon ; Lina Gallego , Colombia ; Ariana Barbera Betancourt , Cuba ; Anita Takura, Ghana ; Sri Fatmawati, Indonesia ; Osnat Penn , Israel ; Marina Faiella , Italy ; Laure El Chamy , Lebanon ; Enkhmaa Davaasambuu, Mongolia ; Naima Abattouy, Morocco , Eucharia Oluchi Nwaichi, Nigeria ; Sahwa Adil Nourein, Sudan ; Allison Louthan , USA ; Devi Stuart-Fox , Australia .
About the L'Oreal FoundationThe L'Oreal Foundation, created in 2007, pursues the goal of making the world a better place each day. It draws on the Group's values and business to strengthen and perpetuate the Group's commitment to social responsibility. As the second-largest corporate foundation in France, the L'Oreal Foundation is committed to three types of action: promoting scientific research in the fundamental and human sciences, supporting education and helping individuals made vulnerable by alternations to their appearance to reclaim their rightful place in society.
About UNESCOSince its creation in 1945, UNESCO has pursued its mission of promoting science at the service of sustainable development and peace. It focuses on policy development and building capacities in science, technology and innovation and promoting and strengthening science education and engineering. UNESCO fosters the sustainable management of freshwater, oceans and terrestrial resources, the protection of biodiversity, and using the power of science to cope with climate change and natural hazards. The Organization also works to eliminate all forms of discrimination and to promote equality between men and women, especially in scientific research.