List of Foundations supported by us:

AIRC - is a non-profit association for cancer research, has been supporting oncological research in Italy for over 50 years.

LEGA DEL FILO D'ORO - is a non-profit association that since 1964 has been involved in the assistance, education, rehabilitation and reintegration into the family and society, of children, young people and adults, deaf / blind and psychosensory multi-impaired

SAVE THE CHILDREN - is an NGO association that has been created to protect minors since 1919.It works in the following areas: education, health, responding to emergencies, protection from abuse and exploitation, combating poverty and food security, strengthening systems protection of the rights and participation of minors. It is one of the largest independent international organizations and operates in 125 countries with a network of 28 national organizations and an international structure (Save the Children International). Save the Children Worldwide is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Save the Children carries out - in close contact with Norway, China, Japan and Africa - medium-long term programs and intervenes in emergency situations caused by conflicts or natural disasters. Save the Children adopts an approach based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified by Italy in 1991

UNICEF - Association also known as the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund. It is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and child development aid around the world. The agency is among the most widespread and recognized social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. UNICEF's activities include the provision of vaccinations, the prevention of disease, the provision of care for HIV-infected children and mothers. Among the objectives: the improvement of infant and maternal nutrition, the improvement of sanitation, the promotion of education and the provision of emergency relief in response to disasters around the world. UNICEF is the successor to the International Emergency Fund for Children (ICEF), created in 1946 by the United Nations Relief Rehabilitation Administration to provide immediate relief to children and mothers affected by World War II. The same year, the United Nations General Assembly established the United Nations International Emergency Fund for Children (UNICEF) to further institutionalize post-conflict relief efforts. In developing countries, UNICEF relies entirely on contributions from governments and private donors. The council is made up of government representatives elected by the United Nations Economic and Social Council, normally for three years.

DEAFAL (European Delegation for Family Agriculture of Asia, Africa and Latin America) is a non-profit organization active in the field of environmental protection, defense of biodiversity and food security. International and national cooperation: diversity as a wealth and the exchange of knowledge as a method. It organizes, promotes and disseminates the study, training, experimentation and application of innovative methodologies in the agronomic, economic and social fields for the production of healthy food accessible to all, thus generating a just and equitable society

VENTO DI TERRA NGO is a non-profit organization that wants to be a catalyst for those 'energies' that struggle to emerge. They connect local communities. With them, new perspectives open up, designed to create future scenarios that they call “Project”. They look for fellow travelers, willing to share resources and goals. They unconditionally defend the rights of the weakest and the balance of our planet

SCAIP (Piamartino ONLUS International Assistance Collaboration Service) is an ONLUS organization founded in 1983 in Brescia on the initiative of a group of people who wished to engage in international cooperation. It has grown over time and has become an NGO. It operates in South America and Africa. A constant commitment and one great, single aspiration: to help the development of peoples. In 35 years they have managed over 24 million euros in favor of the weakest, through international cooperation projects. Thousands of people in Africa and South America have benefited from the aid. What emerges, despite many difficulties, is the constant renewal of a commitment deployed day after day alongside the realities of volunteering involved in the countries of the South of the World

SOLETERRE is an ONLUS Foundation that works for the recognition and application of the Right to Health in its broadest meaning. For this reason, in addition to providing medical care and assistance, it is committed to safeguarding and promoting psycho-physical well-being for everyone, both individually and collectively, at any age and in every part of the world. Every day he is committed to guaranteeing the Right to Health for children, women and men in the Sunny Lands. With their work and with the help of many supporters they have improved the quality of life of children with cancer, guaranteeing them medical care, hospitality and psycho-social support. They supported research, promoted education and awareness of the population and trained doctors and health personnel. They fought against child malnutrition and against any social and economic discrimination

MAGIS - Movement and Action of the Italian Jesuits for Development is an ONLUS Foundation that coordinates the missionary and international cooperation activities of the Euro-Mediterranean Province of the Society of Jesus. The Foundation supports and promotes the work, activities and works of the Italian Jesuit missionary fathers who left Italy by choosing to dedicate their lives to the mission. In the countries in which they live, they directly manage or have initiated education and training, agricultural, health and social projects for the promotion and local development in the logic of social justice. The support of the Foundation, in addition to welcoming and implementing project requests, maintains relations and updates with donors in Italy, promoting publications, recounting the experience of missionary life on the media of the Foundation

AMREF - African Medical Research Foundation is the largest African health NGO. Founded in 1957 in Kenya, the non-profit Amref Health Africa operates in sub-Saharan Africa. Amref Health Africa promotes health projects in the most isolated areas of Africa, so that each person is recognized the opportunity to live in dignity, grow and shape their future. More than 60 years after its foundation, today Amref is the largest non-profit African healthcare organization operating on the continent.

SINERGA - International Technical and Social Cooperative Association is a non-profit association founded in 1978, offering a full range of services and products to the international dermopharmaceutical industry. The multidisciplinary skills of the Sinerga team are based on the creation of a synergistic cosmetic culture, able to offer people a full range of services based on research, development and innovation, with active ingredients, emulsifiers and surfactants.

ADP - Amici dei Popoli is a non-governmental non-governmental organization of Christian-inspired international volunteering, recognized as suitable for carrying out development projects by the European Union (EU). Since 1978, the association's mission has been to cooperate in development; it means growing together, promoting the human development of every citizen of the world, working through the involvement of communities and peoples, generating fair and just relations between countries of the North and countries of the South of the world. In particular, the Organization supports a model of integral and sustainable development, based on the active participation of all the subjects of civil society, on knowledge and respect for each other, on solidarity and the equal sharing of experiences and knowledge.

CESES (Centro Europa School, Education and Society) is an ONLUS organization, with the mission of training and development. For the Organization; education and training represent the key element that allows each people to grow, achieve independence and freedom, while preserving their roots. The Organization is committed every day to protect children and young people from ignorance, violence and exploitation, promoting their inclusion in school, in formal and informal education channels, trying to ensure them medical care and food essential for their growth. balanced physical and cultural. The principles that inspire the Organization in its work are those dictated by the UN Charter, the International Charter of the Rights of the Child of 1989 and the rights of the European Citizen Charter. The vision of the organization is a world in which children, young people and young people grow up in the recognition of their rights and can benefit primarily from the fundamental right to education, without religious, ethnic or political discrimination. Education must aim to enhance personal talent and facilitate the development of individual skills.

MMI (Medicus Mundi Italia) is a non-profit organization. In almost 50 years of activity, MMI has operated in Africa, Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe and Italy. In recent years, MMI has increasingly turned its attention to the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, the poorest region on our planet, implementing multisectoral projects in partnership with other associations. In particular, MMI has focused its commitment on integrated projects for community development, with particular attention to hygiene and basic medicine, prevention and health education, maternal and child health and assisted delivery. Commitment to the training of social and health workers on site for doctors, professional nurses, health agents, midwives, laboratory technicians. They fight against the so-called hidden hunger, due to a lack of micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals essential in the physical and intellectual development of children. They fight against HIV, with prevention, information, assistance and supervision of the implementation of preventive and curative protocols. They fight against Malaria, TB and all other tropical infectious diseases.

COSV (Coordination Committee of Organizations for Voluntary Service) is a non-profit organization founded in 1968, which is committed to carrying out development and humanitarian aid interventions in Europe, the Balkans, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. For 50 years they have been working in the world of constantly evolving cooperation, experimentation, research, in order not to be shipwrecked in the sea of ​​the obvious and the obvious, in a world that changes, for better and for worse, with whirling speed. The COSV belongs to itself, it is not the property of any particular party or interest group. They are promoters of a culture of solidarity, which rejects any form of racism, which favors the active participation of free men and women, human, material and cultural development. The objective is cooperation to create conditions that produce wealth, jobs, through inclusive development and the enhancement of local realities. APOF (Association of Pathologists Beyond the Frontier) is a non-governmental non-governmental organization Pathologists Beyond the Frontier (APOF) founded in 2001 on the initiative of a group of pathologists belonging to the International Activities Committee of SIAPEC (Italian Society of Pathological Anatomy and Diagnostic Cytology ). The group is made up of doctors who are experts in the field of international cooperation. The organization was created with the aim of contributing to the improvement of health standards in developing countries through the implementation of projects aimed at achieving (and maintaining) an accurate and timely diagnostic activity. The objective is pursued by creating from scratch or reactivating departments of Pathological Anatomy, equipping them with adequate health equipment, selecting and training local medical and technical personnel, studying and applying technical and administrative procedures suitable for the local context and, finally, installing telemedicine stations. that allow constant remote assistance of a diagnostic, didactic, organizational and technical nature. Over the course of over fifteen years of activity, Pathologists Beyond the Frontier have carried out projects in Africa, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East. This made it possible to consolidate and test the effectiveness of the design model adopted over time, which proved to be extremely adaptable and functional. It has also signed partnership agreements with numerous institutional and associative realities, both national and territorial, Italian and foreign

GICAM (Italian Group of Friends of the Hand Surgeons) is a non-governmental non-profit organization. It was founded in 1998 and is committed to promoting the right to health for all and guaranteeing specialized interventions in the field of hand surgery and reconstructive microsurgery. The Organization brings together orthopedic, plastic and general surgeons, anesthetists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and room nurses who leave on short-term missions and collaborate with local hospital staff to offer adequate and continuous care

IFP - Encounter among peoples - is an ONLUS organization of international cooperation and solidarity founded on voluntary work, established in 1990. The Organization supports the processes of improving the living conditions that the "Peoples in search of their own development" generate from themselves to get out of the marginalization to which they have been confined. The Organization accompanies new production units and corporate enterprises, in the sectors of agriculture, breeding, crafts, trade, so as to create more and more jobs to increase income. They seek the recovery and reintegration of street children, with literacy, schooling and professional training. The organization supports the social groups of the weakest: women, children and the disabled; to safeguard and enhance its culture and its human, cultural and environmental resources

EMERGENCY (Life Support for Civilian War Victims) is an independent and neutral ONLUS organization present in different parts of the world, founded in 1994 to offer free and high quality medical-surgical care to the victims of wars, landmines and poverty. The Organization promotes a culture of peace, solidarity and respect for human rights, in Afghanistan, Iraq, Italy, Uganda, Sudan, Eritrea, Sierra Leone. It offers free, high-quality care in hospitals, first aid posts, health, pediatric and rehabilitation centers, maternity centers and outpatient clinics.

LEGAMBIENTE LOMBARDIA is a non-profit organization that denounces any abuse to the detriment of ecosystems, the indiscriminate use of resources and pollution, they fight against nuclear power and are in favor of renewable and clean energy. I am against GMOs. It proposes new lifestyles to live in health and harmony. It protects the artistic and cultural heritage of the territories and proposes educational courses in schools to raise informed and aware generations. Fight against any form of discrimination and social injustice, it promotes the values ​​of solidarity and peace

ASPEM (Association of Solidarity for Emerging Countries) is a non-profit organization of international cooperation born in Cantù in 1979 after a few years of missionary presence in Burundi. He works on issues related to interculture, rights, health, agriculture and economic development in Latin America, Africa and Italy with development cooperation projects, mobility and youth training. The Organization deals with the issues of work, health, the defense of human rights, the improvement of housing conditions, economic development and food sovereignty. In every part of the world, the presence of ASPEM is characterized by support for local partners, with whom projects are developed that arise from needs shared with the population. The approach is characterized by the participation and development of communities. In Italy, the Organization is committed to keeping the interest of citizens alive on the issues faced in these countries

ACRA Foundation is a secular and independent non-governmental non-governmental organization, committed to removing poverty through sustainable, innovative and participatory solutions. Particular attention is paid to the peripheries of the planet and to the marginalized areas of the South and North of the world. In Europe and Italy ACRA promotes a culture of peace, dialogue, intercultural exchange and solidarity. The Organization undertakes to protect the fundamental rights of populations and in particular of the most vulnerable subjects, enhance local cultures and talents, strengthen the skills of communities, promote local empowerment, build solid and lasting relationships with communities, accompany processes sustainable development, mobilize resources and actors to improve the living conditions of communities, create the conditions for lasting and sustainable changes, support local organizations and institutions for the management of the results of the programs and of the intervention themes. Objectives: access to drinking water and sanitation and sanitation services. Land protection and protection, sustainable management of natural resources, and rural electrification. Access to quality education, child protection, Global Citizenship education

MEDICI SENZA FRONTIERE - MSF is a non-profit organization founded in Cantù in 1975 which intervenes quickly and effectively in all humanitarian emergencies. Their medical activities range from the management of hospitals, clinics and nutrition centers, to war and daily surgery, to fight against epidemics and psychological support for trauma victims. In war zones they do not take sides with any of the warring parties. They bring medical assistance, including emergency and surgical care, based on the needs they identify, and are committed to reaching the areas where help is most urgent. Every year they visit millions of people who do not have access to medical care. They respond to epidemics and carry out emergency and routine vaccination campaigns. They respond quickly to natural events such as earthquakes, tsunamis or hurricanes; they make the difference between the life and death of many people. They are ready to be operational in the first hours after the outbreak of the emergency. Millions of people around the world are fleeing wars, crises and poverty. They provide medical assistance, psychological support, vaccinations, food and drinking water throughout the migration journey. They are mainly present in refugee and displaced persons camps.

ATS (pro Terra Sancta) is a non-profit ONLUS organization that carries out projects for the conservation of cultural heritage, support for local communities and aid in humanitarian emergencies. They are present in the Middle East, where the Franciscan friars of the Custody of the Holy Land reside. Participating in the work of the pro Terra Sancta Association means loving the Holy Land in places and in people. It means living a lasting bond with the Holy Places and the ancient Christian communities, involving oneself in all religious, cultural and social aspects. The pro Terra Sancta Association contributes to the conservation of places and is committed to raising awareness of the value of all local communities, including Jewish and Muslim ones. The recovery and enhancement activities are also opportunities to train skilled laborers and craftsmen, employ young people (favoring the involvement of women and people with disabilities) and generate sources of income by activating socio-entrepreneurial initiatives linked to sustainable tourism. The recovery and enhancement of the cultural heritage also facilitate and generate continuous opportunities for meeting and coexistence between all the peoples who live and converge in this land chosen and loved by God. The projects of the education and assistance area try to offer help to the most poor as well as multiplying efforts in human promotion, focusing attention on the education of the new generations, a fundamental point for being able to hope for a future of peace and development. The Organization has carried out several projects directly and in collaboration with local charities, to assist the weakest and train the new generation of young people, supporting children with disabilities, the elderly, poor families with particular attention paid to women. The projects in support of the population concern the distribution of basic necessities (food and non-food) and, where possible, try to contribute to the reconstruction of what was destroyed by the war, to favor a rebirth and development of civil society.

FONDAZIONE ALBERO DELLA VITA is a non-profit organization founded in 1997 with the aim of protecting the lives of children in difficulty and transforming discomfort into a new opportunity. It works to ensure the well-being, protect and promote rights, promote the development of children, their families and the communities to which they belong. The organization is non-profit, non-partisan and apolitical. It has begun to operate in Italy for the reception of minors removed from their families of origin, due to situations of abandonment, neglect, abuse or mistreatment, managing host communities and foster care, keeping minors at the center of every intervention. it has developed projects for the fight against poverty of families with children, for the prevention of juvenile delinquency and against school dropout in the degraded suburbs of large cities. Over the years we have also carried out interventions in favor of migrant minors and education actions for development and world citizenship in schools. Since 2009 the Foundation has been recognized as an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and operates in Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean with interventions to ensure the protection, education, health and proper nutrition of children. The Organization works in the most remote areas to offer communities development opportunities starting from local resources, counteracting the effects of climate change. It operates in post-emergency contexts to offer health care, education and food to children and families who, with the earthquake, have lost what little they had. It is an organization committed to ensuring well-being, protecting and promoting rights, promoting the development of children, their families and communities to which they belong

OVCI (Our family) is a non-profit organization recognized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for all children in the world. It carries out development cooperation projects in favor of people, mainly in developmental age, in situations of social hardship and disability. It carries out rehabilitation, training, social assistance, basic medicine and development education interventions. It operates abroad in South Sudan, Sudan, Brazil, Ecuador, China and Morocco. In Italy it is present with "animation groups" in 6 regions. The mission of the La Nostra Famiglia Association is to protect dignity and improve the quality of life, through specific rehabilitation interventions for people with disabilities, especially those affected in developmental age (children and young people). The Organization intends to take charge not only of the disability as such, but also of the personal and family suffering that accompanies it, and also intends to make its own contribution to the development of research and scientific knowledge in the field of developmental pathologies. Finally, with training activities, it contributes to the professional and value preparation of operators engaged in health and socio-health services and institutions

SVI (International Voluntary Service) is an ONLUS organization intent on promoting the socio-health and economic inclusion of the population, it works to strengthen local NGO partners and to improve the social and educational integration of the most vulnerable groups: children, young people disabled people, HIV-positive young people and women, through training activities for children, parents and teachers. As for the socio-health aspects, they work for the strengthening of pre and post-counseling services, psycho-social assistance and support and the accompaniment of young people to existing health services in the area, which they do not approach spontaneously. . The organization encourages participation in developing professional training and the achievement of economic autonomy through the creation and management of micro-enterprises to create agro-livestock and forestry productive activities in the districts of Kaabong, Moroto, Nakapiripirit and Napak. All this in full respect of the delicate balance of the region's ecosystem. It teaches to improve agricultural production, the quality of products and the income of families through education, training and the consequent introduction of sustainable agricultural techniques AISPO (Italian Association for Solidarity among San Raffaele Peoples) is an ONLUS organization that is committed to improving the health of all, especially the most vulnerable, by supporting the public health systems of countries in crisis. in compliance with the fundamental assumptions of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence of the interventions. AISPO makes use of the collaboration of highly qualified technical and clinical staff, which it selects according to the principles of equal treatment and non-discrimination ".

AISPO is a Non-Governmental Organization linked to the San Raffaele Hospital, with operational headquarters there. It was born in 1984, from the will of some hospital operators, with the aim of bringing care and assistance to developing countries. AISPO specializes in the implementation of international cooperation projects in the health sector: it implements projects to combat poverty, social injustice and the numerous diseases that affect the poorest people in the world. AISPO operates in developing countries and in crisis areas: to date, it is present in the autonomous region of Kurdistan (Iraq), Sudan, South Sudan, Egypt, Madagascar, Vietnam, Colombia and Sierra Leone. In particular, it carries out: development projects in the health sector, supporting hospitals, health centers and dispensaries with human and material resources. It offers expertise and technical assistance to improve basic health services, support general hospitals, implement national health programs and strengthen highly specialized hospital units. AISPO aims to reach even the most remote areas, which are often the most needy, using mobile clinics. It carries out emergency and post-emergency interventions to cope with the suffering caused by natural phenomena, epidemics and wars. AISPO provides basic and specific assistance and health services to people affected by chronic emergencies, to host communities that welcome refugees and displaced persons, to victims of tsunamis and earthquakes. Experts and specialists are sent on site to support continuous training programs, implement workshops, courses and conferences, thus transferring the health skills necessary for autonomous and independent local development. In addition, AISPO facilitates the organization of training courses and scholarships at the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, addressed to the healthcare, technical and managerial staff of the beneficiary countries

CBM ITALIA (Christian Missions for the Blind in the World) is a humanitarian ONLUS organization committed to the prevention and treatment of blindness and avoidable disability and the inclusion of people with disabilities in the South of the world and in Italy. Being blind in a developing country too often means living in marginalization and poverty. This is why our interventions are aimed at the prevention and treatment of avoidable blindness and visual impairment in developing countries. This is where most of the blind and visually impaired people from all over the world live. Health of sight is everyone's right, even those who live in the poorest areas of the world. Through our projects we guarantee quality medical care, accessible to all, contributing to the realization of the 3rd of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“Health and Wellbeing”). This is why we work in Africa, Asia and Latin America both to prevent and treat avoidable vision problems, and to include blind and partially sighted people in communities. We do this by working to strengthen the eye systems of the countries in which we operate, improve access to eye services for those with a disability as well as preventing and treating the causes that lead to blindness and visual impairment

ESTM (European School of Transfusion Medicine) is a non-profit association that wishes to bring the practice of Transfusion Medicine to a common level of excellence in all European countries PUNTO A PUNTO is a non-profit association profit that activates its cooperation initiatives in Ayamé, making use of volunteers who lend their work for free in various fields: health, environmental and child protection. Some volunteers have been permanently resident in Ayamé for a long time, such as Emi Massignan who, thanks to his consolidated experience and knowledge of the area. It is an authoritative and effective interface with populations and local authorities, to make a great contribution to people in need. IL SOLE is the non-profit organization founded in Como in 1997 that deals with the protection of children's rights. Active in Ethiopia, India, Somalia, Ivory Coast and Italy, Il Sole Onlus was created to guarantee children and women around the world the same opportunities and dignity. Our mission, in fact, is to build sustainable communities suitable for children, helping the most needy in conquering their right to life, identity, health, family, education and participation VISBA (International Volunteers School Beato Angelico) is a World Organization ONLUS of the Third Sector - OMTS ”, whose purpose is to collect and finance ideas with the highest possible beneficial impact. The idea proposed was and still is to create an institution that supports the entities and initiatives of the Third Sector with a global perspective, promoting appropriate political decisions in each country, leveraging on new technologies, in particular on a innovative web based platform. To pursue these aims, the OMTS Project was born

BND - CHILDREN IN THE DESERT (Humanitarian organization that since 2000 carries out direct and concrete intervention projects and programs in the Sahara and Sahel countries). In 19 years, over 500 projects have been carried out in 12 countries in all areas of International Cooperation in the fields of water, food and food autonomy, health, education and childhood, economic development, migration and the environment. BnD also operates in contexts of humanitarian emergencies, such as the fight against malnutrition, support for refugees and the protection of minors. They ensure the water supply to the communities and fight against desertification, build wells, install photovoltaic systems for powering pumps, design and build large hydraulic engineering works such as aqueducts, khettas, dams, canalizations and reforestation programs. They support Food Autonomy, promoting community crops and micro-farms using traditional and modern techniques. They build schools and shelters for minors, introduce innovative teaching methods into national education programs, organize targeted remedial courses. Since 2011 they have been involved in the fight against malnutrition, management of refugee camps and assistance to refugees alongside the main United Nations agencies.

CESPI - (Villa Visconti d'Aragona Study Center for International Problems) The International Problems Study Center aims to promote knowledge and discussion on international issues on an open and pluralistic basis. The geographical areas under study are: Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Europe. The Center for International Problems Studies is a non-profit cultural association founded in Milan in 1974 on the initiative of a group of Italian and foreign scholars sensitive to the developments in the debate on the gap between the north and south of the world, in order to operate in training, information, research and documentation on international problems. It operates in the cultural, historical and socio-economic fields. Established on an associative basis, it is the expression of a political, religious and cultural plurality. It makes use of the collaboration of university professors, Italian and foreign experts and volunteers, who share its objectives and aims.

MLFM - is a Movement Organization for the fight against hunger in the world - Since 1964 at the service of the poorest. The unjust distribution of wealth, the denial of fundamental rights, the mistreatment and abuse of children in the poorest countries of the world are concrete obstacles against which we fight every day, directly in the field, in Africa and in Italy, in schools, in the squares. and in integration and reception centers. Often our starting point is to bring clean water and ensure that all villages have access to this precious resource. Where there is water there is life: we build schools, so that the little ones can learn to read and write. We maintain a healthy environment, so as to avoid the spread of diseases. We provide training to farmers and peasants, so that they can make precious goods from their land for local trade and food to bring to their tables for their families. Let's start with basic needs to build development and the future. Together with the poorest communities in the southern countries of the world. We aspire to a world of solidarity, equality and peace among peoples. We are committed to creating a world in which even those who seem to be weaker can have their own dignity and can see their fundamental rights recognized. www.mlfm.Iit

PRO.SA NGO ONLUS - is a Foundation for Human and Health Promotion, PRO.SA was born on November 15, 2001 at the behest of the Lombard-Venetian Province of the Order of the Camillians to better give continuity to the work of the Camillian missionaries who, from always, through the projects they develop, they are committed to fighting poverty in all its aspects. The action implemented by PRO.SA with its local partners. It is aimed at soliciting the active involvement of the local population, to foster, over time, inclusive and non-welfare processes, with specific consideration for the most vulnerable groups: children, women, the elderly, the sick and people with disabilities. It is of fundamental importance the realization of integrated programs that aim at the connection between nutrition, health, education and training in order to help local communities to be architects of their own self-development. There are three main actions that PRO.SA carries out to achieve the set objectives. Acting with a professional and responsible approach, aimed at obtaining maximum effectiveness, which responds to the real needs and needs of those who directly or indirectly benefit from it. Recognize the needs of local communities while respecting their culture, traditions and customs, seeking dialogue and collaboration with their organizations, in a culture of solidarity. To work with great impartiality at the service of others, paying great attention to the weakest: children, women, the elderly, the sick and the marginalized.

ICU - INSTITUTE FOR UNIVERSITY COOPERATION - is an Italian NGO cooperative that carries out development cooperation projects and promotes information and education initiatives on international solidarity issues. Founded in 1966, it has implemented more than 400 projects in 42 countries in sectors such as education, vocational training, health, rural development, energy, social development, refugee and displaced emergency. Its mission is to promote the development of culture and science at the service of mankind at an international level. The purpose of the ICU is to promote self-development in the countries in which it operates, by including strong technology, methodology and know-how in its projects.

CAST - CENTER FOR APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT - is an organization that has been working for 40 years to ensure that water, energy and food are available, accessible and safe both in the South and in the North of the world. We put sustainability at the center, identifying and promoting appropriate knowledge and technologies for independent development compatible with the limited resources of the planet. We promote the participation of all in this process, building capacities to make people and communities protagonists of their own improvement and aware of their choices, lifestyles, purchasing and consumption.

ARCS - ARCI CULTURA E SVILUPPO - is an organization founded in Rome in 1985 dealing with solidarity and international cooperation, volunteering and education for global citizenship, humanitarian aid and hospitality. ARCS promotes processes of social change that guarantee to every person, in particular to those belonging to vulnerable groups of the population, full social inclusion and paths of active citizenship, full enjoyment of civil rights, gender equality, access to education, training professional and the world of work. A place of meeting and activism of great personalities such as Tom Benetollo, Renzo Maffei and Rino Serri, ARCS has welcomed the values ​​legacy of its founders, incorporating them into its ethical model and orienting its actions according to the principles of honesty, equality, responsibility, transparency and solidarity. On this vision ARCS has based the construction and consolidation of international relations and partnerships, in harmony with the priority objectives of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development. The ARCS strategy in its international cooperation activities has as an essential prerequisite the involvement of communities of citizens with the aim of enhancing civil aggregations and strengthening their democratic ownership. Cooperation for ARCS means involving communities, weaving relationships and partnerships between territories, people and organizations to develop projects aimed at affirming human rights, peace and dialogue, and promoting active citizenship and democratic participation. ARCS works to bring about a world of global rights, peace and democracy, just and sustainable.

TERRE DES HOMMES ITALIA ONLUS - is an Association created to protect children from all forms of violence or abuse, guaranteeing every child the right to health, education and life without any discrimination of a religious, ethnic, political or gender nature . To guarantee to every child the right to be a child, to every boy the opportunities to fulfill himself; all involved for a better world. The mission: to guarantee each child their rights, protect children and young people from any abuse, even in the most difficult situations so that the rights of children and young people are always at the center of the political agenda. Objective: to guarantee every child and every young person a life free from violence, exploitation and discrimination so that every child or young person can actively contribute to changing the society and culture of the world in which they live. Objective: to achieve lasting changes for the children and young people of today and tomorrow.

CIPSI - Solidarity and International Cooperation, is a national coordination, born in 1985, which associates 37 non-governmental development organizations (OSC) and associations operating in the field of solidarity and international cooperation. Solidarity and Cooperation CIPSI was born with the aim of coordinating and promoting national awareness campaigns, solidarity initiatives and projects based on a partnership approach, in total independence from any political and confessional alignment. It operates as an instrument of political, cultural and planning coordination, with the aim of promoting a new culture of solidarity.

AVSI - Volunteers Association for International Service, is a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, which carries out development cooperation and humanitarian aid projects in 33 countries, including Italy. Her vision: to work for a world in which every person is the protagonist of the integral development of herself and her community, even in emergency contexts. In the last year it has helped more than 5 million people in difficulty, including 23,872 children through distance support. AVSI bases its cooperation projects in the various sectors on a preferential attention to education intended as an accompaniment to the person in self-discovery and recognition of the other as an asset. Each project is therefore conceived as a tool aimed at promoting this awareness in all those involved, has in itself a need for communication and sharing, and exerts an impact capable of generating positive change. AVSI refers to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda and operates in the following sectors both in the humanitarian and development fields: Environment, Democratization, Energy, Agriculture and food security, Education, Child Protection, Health, Human Rights , Livelihood and economic strengthening, Nutrition, Sustainable cities and communities, Vocational training and job creation, Water. AVSI Foundation operates all over the world thanks to a network of 34 organizations, its founding members, and over 1000 partners.

C.L.A. - The association is a non-profit social cooperative: only a small order represents an important contribution to their survival. Their suppliers are above all supporters of their mission. C.L.A. represents 220 cooperatives scattered throughout South Tyrol. The companies that have almost 30,000 members are the mirror of a multiform and constantly evolving society. C.L.A. supports, accompanies and promotes cooperatives and seeks new solutions to the needs of the community, exploiting the numerous opportunities offered by the cooperative model. C.L.A. is committed to stronger political representation of cooperatives and to strengthen the cooperative movement.

COE - Association of Educational Orientation Center, is an organization founded by Don Francesco Pedretti, was born in 1959 and works for the development of a culture of dialogue and solidarity. In 1974 it was recognized as an NGO suitable for international cooperation, registered in the list of CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) of the International Cooperation Agency and is an ONLUS. In Italy, the COE promotes Education for World Citizenship projects and interventions; has organized the African, Asian and Latin American Film Festival in Milan since 1991 and promotes films, music, exhibitions and shows by authors and artists from the three continents. He is engaged in the promotion of national and international volunteering; the COE also welcomes young people from the Civil Service in Italy and abroad (18-29 years old). It is present in Barzio LC, Lecco, Esino Lario LC, Milan, Saronno VA, Santa Caterina Valfurva SO, Rome. Since 1974 member of FOCSIV - Federation of Christian Organizations for International Voluntary Service.Supports projects in Cameroon, R.D. Congo, Bangladesh and Guatemala in the fields of education, training, health, culture, enhancement of local natural resources, agriculture and food security. On 19 March 2016, the President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella visited the Mbalmayo headquarters, on the occasion of his State Visit to Cameroon.

PROSVIL - Development Project - PROSVIL / CGIL - is an Italian general confederation of labor and represents workers and promotes work. It is the oldest Italian trade union organization and it is also the most representative one, with its over 5 million members, including workers, retirees and young people entering the world of work; its history is deeply intertwined with the history of the country. The CGIL plays an important role in protecting labor from unconditional and unlimited market action. It does so through the incessant work of building and rebuilding solidarity at work and among workers, through the daily practice of concrete commitment in representation and bargaining. When it was born in 1906 - but the first Chambers of Labor date back to 1891 - it had two hundred thousand members. Since then it has maintained the double structure: vertical, made up of the category Federations, and horizontal, through the Chambers of Labor. Currently, there are 12 national categories while there are 115 Chambers of Labor throughout the national territory. at the same time it carries out a protection action, aimed at defending, affirming and conquering individual and collective rights, ranging from welfare systems to workplace rights. CGIL is affiliated with the European Confederation of Trade Unions (Ces) and the International Confederation of Trade Unions (Ituc-Csi). The current secretary general is Maurizio Landini, elected on 24 January

G M A - Africa Missions Group, is a body made up of lay volunteers who are inspired by universal human values ​​of solidarity. Since its birth in 1972, the GMA has been inspired in its industriousness by the charisma of Blessed Father Lodovico Pavoni, founder of the Congregation of Pavonian Religious. The training and educational intervention of the WFD in Africa and Italy is mainly aimed at poor and in any case vulnerable minors, with the commitment to spread a culture of solidarity, justice, peace, service and social promotion towards disadvantaged populations for a path of self-development. The association pursues objectives of solidarity between peoples, through cooperation activities in support of development processes in villages and the poorest and most marginalized populations of the developing countries (Developing Countries) and through education programs for globalization.

ALISEI NGO - It is an ONLUS Association, since 1986, we deal with international cooperation, humanitarian aid and intercultural education in contexts characterized by particular vulnerability, inequality, subordination (gender, class and age), underdevelopment and discrimination. Since its establishment ALISEI NGO ONLUS has faced the challenges that national, European and international scenarios continuously present in the field of cooperation. Complex and changing scenarios that require great strategic planning skills to support, from time to time and together with local populations, the processes of rehabilitation and participatory development and self-development programs. The professional experience, human capital and passion we make available are the result of what has been achieved and learned in the field in these years of uninterrupted and courageous work, despite all the difficulties (environmental, political, cultural and economic) encountered. A precious baggage to share. We have worked in 46 Developing Countries (DCs) and Emerging Countries, carrying out over 500 projects in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe. Our actions have as their main objective the fight against the causes of poverty, social inequalities, abuses and violations of fundamental human rights, in the North and South of the world.

ACTIONAID INTERNATIONAL ITALIA ONLUS - AAI - is an Association established to promote and animate spaces for democratic participation everywhere, in Italy and in the world, involving people and communities in the protection of their rights. We work together locally, nationally and internationally to bring about change and to increase equity, improving the quality of democracy and thus supporting those living in situations of poverty and marginalization. ActionAid Italia works through and beyond the international federation to help achieve the social change it aspires to. The specific contribution is characterized by a vision, a mission and fundamental values ​​to guide shared commitment and guide choices. A world without injustice in which every person and community can fully enjoy their rights, free from the limits that derive from poverty, inequality and injustice: this is the vision that ActionAid aspires to and from which it draws inspiration. The organization has chosen to take the side of the poorest and most marginalized, aware that the pursuit of such ambitious goals requires a collective effort of solidarity and an iron conviction in the value of social justice. Inequality is not only a cause of poverty but often also a consequence of it. Improving the quality of democracy and encouraging the active participation of people are two essential elements to make communities protagonists of change. We at ActionAid Italia have decided to put rights, redistribution and social resilience at the center of our work, the three pillars that guide our work until 2028.

SAVE THE CHILDREN ORG - is an organization of experts that offers concrete help to children on the ground, generating a long-lasting and large-scale impact, even in the event of an emergency. For years we have been working to protect and promote the rights of all children in the world, starting with the needs and aspirations of local communities and putting pressure on national and international governments and institutions to put the rights of minors enshrined in the UN Convention at the center of their policies. on the Rights of Childhood and Adolescence. We carry out activities to enhance agricultural practices and, therefore, alleviate malnutrition among children in the area affected by the project. We also provide young people with skills to ensure that they can find work or start a micro business. Our School Health and Nutrition program pursues a double goal for children: “learn to stay healthy” and “stay healthy to learn”. In fact, a child in good health can attend school regularly and profitably, remaining concentrated during lessons. Our expert staff offers children concrete help on the ground, generating a long-lasting and large-scale impact, even in an emergency. For years we have been working to protect and promote the rights of all children in the world, starting with the needs and aspirations of local communities and putting pressure on national and international governments and institutions to put the rights of minors enshrined in the UN Convention at the center of their policies. on the Rights of Childhood and Adolescence. WWW.SAVETHECHILDREN.IT

GRT - GROUP FOR TRANSCULTURAL RELATIONS - is an organization in favor of women. Although violence against women is recognized as one of the most important problems worldwide and several studies in Europe confirm that some specific groups, such as women belonging to ethnic minority and migrant communities, are more at risk than others, hardly ever. intervention programs appear to be specific for this category of women. The GEMMA - Gender-Based Empowerment of Women through a Multiagency Approach project aims to offer services suited to the needs of migrant women and to raise public awareness of the issue in question. The objective of the project is developed on three levels of action, inspired by the ecological model of understanding the violence of the World Health Organization (WHO). On the individual level, the project aims to offer interventions and responses that are suited to the needs of migrant women or women belonging to minority ethnic communities who have survived violence. At the community level, the aim is to implement awareness-raising works and promote the creation of protective networks to prevent and combat violence within local communities. On the social level, however, the project aims to improve the capacity of services to cooperate and respond to the needs of women survivors of violence who belong to vulnerable groups. The realization of this project involves several phases and specific actions aimed at achieving the expected objectives. The first phase of its implementation involves an in-depth analysis of the context through an analysis of legislation and specific protection measures and a mapping of services at local level that deal with women victims of violence, belonging to ethnic minority or migrant groups. . In addition to this, in this first phase, focus groups are planned with representatives of local services and qualitative interviews with women who have survived violence. The second phase of the project, on the other hand, includes seminars with experts at European level and the creation of round tables involving key members of ethnic minority or migrant communities, in order to share research results and the transnational community strategy. The creation of these round tables will be followed by a series of meetings aimed at creating operational local protocols starting from the transnational guidelines. The third phase of the project then includes training aimed at developing the skills for the management of cases of women survivors of violence in accordance with a culturally sensitive approach, and some workshops aimed at migrant communities in order to raise awareness and prevent gender-based violence. . The final beneficiaries of this project are migrant women or women belonging to minority ethnic communities who have survived or are at risk of violence. In addition, other target groups of the project are health, psycho-social and legal professionals who will have the opportunity to develop strategies and skills to operate in a coordinated and culturally sensitive way, and members of ethnic minority and migrant communities, who will have the possibility of improving their knowledge and awareness on the phenomenon of gender-based violence.

SOUTH PROJECT - is an organization founded in 1984. It has its headquarters in Rome and two operational offices in Quito (Ecuador) and Tunis (Tunisia) where it carries out its activities using local and international personnel and experts. The organization carries out international development cooperation activities in various countries of the world promoting the principles of growth, sustainable development, gender equality and female empowerment, solidarity and cooperation between trade unions, the fight against inequalities and protection of human rights. Progetto Sud contributes to the implementation of development projects promoted by institutional donors, profit and non-profit organizations, national and international, promoting, among other things, the direct involvement of local civil society organizations and public and private stakeholders. Our commitment aims to promote and animate spaces for democratic participation by involving people, workers and actors from local communities for the protection of their rights and with the aim of contributing to the processes of change and growth of equity and social justice; improve the quality of relationships and work systems and strengthen governance processes, thus supporting those living in situations of poverty, marginalization and exclusion. For 30 years, Progetto Sud has been carrying out development aid projects in various parts of the world, with the aim of defending rights and creating jobs.

ASPTM - ASSOCIATION OF SERVANTS OF THE PEOPLES OF THE THIRD WORLD - is a Congregation founded in Palermo in 1887 by the Italian priest Giacomo Cusmano (1834-1888) for the exercise of charitable works towards the poor and the suffering and the missionary apostolate. The congregation received the pontifical decree of praise on July 10, 1960. The founder was beatified by Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican on October 30, 1983. [3] Another noteworthy member of the congregation was Father Francesco Spoto, martyr, beatified in 2007. On 10 March 2007, for the first time, a religious of the congregation, Father Vincenzo Bertolone, elected bishop of Cassano all'Jonio, was raised to the episcopate. The Missionaries are dedicated to works of charity towards the poor and to popular missions; they work in shelters for beggars, orphanages and hospitals. In addition to Italy, they are present in Africa (Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda), in the Americas (Brazil, Mexico) and in Asia (Philippines, India); the headquarters are in Rome. As of December 31, 2008, the institute had 25 houses and 140 religious, 74 of whom were priests.

LVIA - INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LAY VOLUNTEERS - is an organization that aims to represent an expression of responsible and supportive citizenship. It works concretely with paths of change, to support dialogue and mutual understanding between peoples for the construction of a more just and more supportive world. LVIA proposes a society in which the dignity of every person is defended and promoted, the enjoyment of fundamental freedoms, access to resources and services, the possibility of living in a healthy environment and every aspect that can improve the quality of life and the possibility of each individual and community to participate in the determination of their own path, taking into account the cultural elements and rights of other peoples and other men and women of the planet. It is an association of solidarity and international cooperation that works to contribute to overcoming extreme poverty, to the achievement of equitable and sustainable development and to dialogue between Italian and African communities. LVIA was founded in 1966 in Cuneo by the priest-partisan Aldo Benevelli, inspired by the reforming drive of the Second Vatican Council and the values ​​of justice and peace. Since then, it has been working with professionalism and dedication promoting the principles of the common good and active and responsible citizenship. LVIA is active in 10 African countries and in almost 60 years, in collaboration with international and local partners and with the support of thousands of supporters, it has guaranteed water, health and food; it has improved family farming and the management of natural resources; it has strengthened small businesses and improved the quality of the environment; has supported social inclusion and innovation for the benefit of millions of people. During humanitarian crises, LVIA faces the emergency to safeguard the life and dignity of people and works to improve the capacities of local populations and institutions to deal with crises. In Italy, it offers opportunities for education and active citizenship, training in international cooperation, knowledge trips to Africa, youth exchanges and creates inclusion paths in disadvantaged environments. LVIA promotes interculture and volunteering as personal and social growth, works in schools and with young people, participates in campaigns for human rights and common goods. LVIA has the support of thousands of citizens, foundations, businesses, associations, regions and local authorities, the European Union, the UN, ministries and international cooperation agencies. We are an NGO recognized and verified by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union. The Association is a founding member of FOCSIV - Volunteers in the world; LINK 2007 - Cooperating on the net; COP - Piedmontese NGO Consortium.

IPSIA - ACLI INSTITUTE OF PEACE DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION - is a non-governmental organization promoted by ACLI, founded in 1985 to transform experiences and values ​​of popular associations into international cooperation initiatives. Since 1985 we have been promoting initiatives that unite associations, training - professional and non-professional - and social development, building bonds of solidarity between peoples. We are the non-governmental organization promoted by the ACLI to transform experiences and values ​​of popular associations into international cooperation initiatives. Since 1985 we have been promoting initiatives that unite associations, training - professional and non-professional - and social development, building bonds of solidarity between peoples. Our action is mainly aimed at young people and their search for direction and the future, in the commitment to sustainable development, civil coexistence, and peace. We promote partnership relations with civil society organizations that support initiatives in favor of the victims of war and poverty in less developed countries.

AI.BI. - FRIENDS OF CHILDREN - is an Association of Friends of Children is a non-governmental organization made up of a movement of adoptive and foster families. Since 1986 Ai.Bi. works every day alongside the children hosted in institutions around the world to combat the emergency abandonment. The Association operates in Italy with a national headquarters and 25 regional points throughout Italy. The aim of the Association is to give back to abandoned children or children in family difficulties the right to have a peaceful family and childhood, through interventions of prevention, accompaniment, suspension and overcoming of the state of abandonment, together with the promotion of the culture of hospitality. Ai.Bi. guarantees minors the right to live in the family and offers a future to young people leaving the protection and guardianship system.

S - TRADE UNION INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION - is an Association that was born in 1983 from the trade union experience of CISL to promote actions and programs of international cooperation, in line with its founding principles: solidarity, social justice, human dignity and peace. The defense of trade union freedoms and human rights, the fight against poverty and discrimination, support for communities affected by natural disasters and wars are the priorities that characterize the action of ISCOS. The sharing of resources and knowledge of Italian workers with those of the countries of the South of the world represents the basis of common commitment that aims to globalize social justice and sustainable development. Working in developing countries means fostering a comparison and exchange useful for mutual maturation through respect for the culture and ethnic foundations of local populations, with a disposition oriented towards listening and dialogue. Cooperation without teachers, to foster emancipation and guarantee the right to self-determination of peoples through the involvement of the population and local trade unions in planning and implementing projects. self-management by local populations with the aim of making our presence "useless" in the shortest possible time.

DOKITA ASSOCIATION OF VOLUNTEERS NGO ONLUS - is an organization that has been working alongside the missionaries of the Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception in the world for 30 years, supporting works in favor of the most fragile and vulnerable people. The main objective that Dokita onlus pursues is to offer concrete support to all those who are at risk of social exclusion by promoting their full involvement in society through educational, health and social support. Every year we help more than 20 thousand people with particular attention to: orphans, abandoned and street children, people with disabilities, victims of serious humanitarian crises, migrants and prisoners. In 30 years of activity, Dokita onlus has launched and managed projects in various areas of intervention. Born with a purely health mission, aimed at bringing care and health support to the poorest populations in Africa, it then launched interventions in other sectors, such as, for example, support for people with disabilities or suffering from serious physical malformations and in favor of children orphans or street. In order to offer full support to the child population of the poorest countries, schools and educational and reception centers have been set up. In recent years, Dokita has launched projects in sensitive sectors such as that of protecting the rights of people in detention and that of responding to humanitarian emergencies.

UN PONTE PER - is an organization that has been operating for 28 years in Italy and in the Middle East to promote peace, human rights and solidarity between peoples. Un Ponte Per (UPP) is an association for international solidarity and a non-governmental organization founded in 1991, immediately after the end of the bombings on Iraq, with the name of "A Bridge for Baghdad", with the aim of promote solidarity initiatives for the Iraqi people affected by the war. Subsequently, the intervention of the organization extended to other countries in the Middle East and the Mediterranean area, to Serbia and Kosovo. UPP's purpose is the prevention of armed and violent conflicts, particularly in the Middle East, through information campaigns, cultural exchanges, cooperation projects, peacebuilding programs and networking for social justice. by Un Ponte Per has changed, adapting in response to the changing contexts in which it operated, but has always maintained the same objective: to promote peace and human rights and prevent new conflicts. The commitment that the organization has placed in taking care of the quality of its projects has remained unchanged, paying particular attention to the support and self-determination of the populations and communities concerned, to the enhancement of the partnership, to the respect of subjectivities and above all to the requests and social policies of the people and organizations with which it collaborates.

AMANI ONLUS NGO - is an organization in favor of Africa. It offers opportunities, looking to the future. With this spirit, since 1995 the institute has supported shelters, educational, school and professional centers in Kenya, Zambia and Sudan. Because every child and young African, forced to live on the street, in large cities and in rural areas, has the right to have an identity, a home, food, education, health and the affection of an adult. First welcome: On the street the children are alone and frightened, they live in groups to gain courage. The educators of the first reception centers help them to regain confidence in themselves and in adults and to start together a path of recovery that will distance them from street life. In 20 years, a community of people who believe in the positive energies of Africa has been built.

NEW SPACES TO SERVE - is an organization that works with respect for the environment. Follows the Children in respecting the Planet and Humanity A group of Volunteers in 1984 conceived and promoted New Spaces at the Serve Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries. And with the attention to children all over the world, the first action was to conceive and promote the worldwide Polio Plus campaign, for the vaccination of children against polio, then adopted by Rotary International with the aim of defeating this disease. within the first years of the new millennium. The operational debut took place with the campaign called the 3H (health, humanity, hungry) and with the first anti-polio vaccinations in Morocco and the Philippines. But the aims of the association could not be exhausted with this initiative, therefore in 1989 it became a non-governmental organization (NGO). The commitment undertaken was: to cooperate with developing countries; promote knowledge of the problems of developing countries; work to defeat hunger and malnutrition in the world; protect and educate children; defend the right to health; combat gender discrimination. And with this mission in its heart, Nuovi Spazi al Servire continues to operate in Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Italy, collaborating with Italian and foreign citizens.

FONDAZIONE TOVINI - is a Foundation that carries out activities aimed at the preparation of operators in the educational, scholastic, cultural and social fields. It also promotes university studies and research, international cooperation services, information and development education activities and preparation courses for international volunteering. In a word, the Foundation's “vocation” is clearly of an educational nature. Its history is linked to two exceptional figures of the Brescia Catholic world: a layman, prof. Vittorio Chizzolini, tireless teacher and animator of intelligent pedagogical enterprises, and a priest, Msgr. Angelo Zammarchi, who was one of the founders of the "La Scuola" publishing house to which the Foundation is operationally linked. The Foundation was officially born on 10 June 1957 and, on the proposal of the Ministry of Public Education, was recognized as a non-profit organization in 1959. The University Family intends to contribute significantly to the integral formation of the young guests, from a moral, spiritual, cultural and professional point of view. . In this perspective, it annually defines and implements a training program characterized by religious, cultural and free time moments, as well as helping to foster individual commitment and responsibility in a context of community life. In order to cultivate and increase in young students an authentic style of respect, dialogue, friendship and solidarity in the areas of daily life: the university boarding school. University Family, promotes forms, methods, conditions and spaces for sharing and integration.

AFRICA CALLS ONLUS - is a humanitarian organization, formed by a group of families open to welcoming and sharing, which has been working for years to turn the spotlight on the most forgotten and oppressed continent and to restore their denied childhood to African children and violated. A world in which respect for human and civil rights and access to essential goods and services contemplated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and in the International Convention on the Rights of childhood (1989). Helping to reduce the gap between the north and the south of the world, fighting to remove the causes of injustice, hunger, wars and extreme poverty that afflict the peoples of the southern hemisphere. Supporting local communities through concrete interventions of solidarity and direct sharing to foster their self-development and autonomy while respecting their history, their culture and their values.

AMG - MONDO GIUSTO ASSOCIATION - is an Association that has a long gestation period in the former Belgian Congo; in the early 1960s. Its origins lie in a relationship of help to the FOMULAC Hospitals of Katana, on Lake Kivu, where the Lecco missionary doctor Paola Locatelli worked. Dr. Locatelli analyzes the very serious condition of infant protein malnutrition, which at the time directly caused the deaths within 5 years of life of three out of ten children, Dr. Locatelli understood that the administration of soya to children in their two years of age, at the time of weaning , could integrate the cassava meal that the family ate by custom. Besides soya, it would have been obvious to supply powdered milk (there is no dairy cow farm in the region) but its cost was and is prohibitive. Locatelli, an expert grower, selected a variety of soya suitable for the land, which she spread with her surname. The operational commitment was implemented in a context of mutual listening, animation and interactive awareness, only in the first 2-3 years of presence were initiatives implemented, such as the first soybean fields and the first mill, as our direct proposal. to obtain trust, consent, collaboration; subsequently we worked together, at equal levels, in conscious respect of the local human context, through the feasibility study of the proposals that emerged from the contacts with the groups directly concerned and with their representatives expressed in suitable representative committees of the communities. AMG's frequent path has always been aimed at making people and local groups not passive users but responsible actors of interventions, of which to assume the direct and definitive autonomous and sustainable management.

CESVI - is a secular and independent Italian humanitarian organization, founded in Bergamo in 1985. Cesvi works all over the world to support the most vulnerable populations in the promotion of human rights, in the achievement of their aspirations, for sustainable development. He believes that the recognition of human rights contributes to the well-being of everyone on the planet, a common thing to be preserved. The Foundation also undertakes to respect the ethical principles of legality, correctness and independence-neutrality and social responsibility. The principle of legality requires compliance with the regulations: Cesvi rejects any illegal behavior even when it is carried out with the intent of pursuing the interest of the Foundation. The principle of fairness implies respect for the rights of any person involved in the activities of the Foundation, by the recipients of the Code of Ethics. In this perspective, the Foundation and all its bodies act in compliance with fundamental human rights and avoid any illegitimate discrimination on the basis of age, gender and sexual orientation in relation to the state of health, race, nationality, political views, and religious beliefs. According to the principle of independence-neutrality, Cesvi operates in complete independence from private interests and autonomously from government policies, aware of its social role towards the beneficiaries and the community, while preserving its neutrality in the areas of intervention.

WE WORLD - ONLUS INTERVITA - is an organization that fights for the rights of children and women. Always committed to the protection of children, we have realized on the ground that mothers, and even more generally women, have always been victims of unacceptable violations of their fundamental human rights. Too many women are still discriminated against, harassed and manipulated. Working with children, they could not therefore remain indifferent to situations of violence, abuse and mistreatment against women, which are unacceptable and often forgotten. It is for this reason, therefore, that the defense of women's rights and the fight against all forms of gender-based violence has become one of the priorities of WeWorld's intervention in the territories where it operates. In a world where inequalities are increasing and poverty remains an unacceptable scandal, women, girls, boys and teenagers are at risk of poverty, exclusion and violence. Promoting their economic, educational, health, social, cultural and political inclusion and preventing and combating the violence that affects them, is a priority for WeWorld in Italy and in the world.If women have equal opportunities with men, they improve children's rights and of girls, and vice versa, the protection of the rights of boys and girls is important for the achievement of women's rights.

HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT NGO - is an ONLUS organization founded in 1996 and recognized as a non-governmental organization by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2003. SeS works alongside the Camillians, drawing inspiration from the great humanity of St. Camillus towards the sick, the poor and the most needy. The Camillians are a Hospitaller Religious Order founded in 1582 that works in over 40 countries around the world. SeS aims to improve the health conditions of the populations of developing countries and contribute to their growth and autonomy. It promotes projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America, in the socio-health field and in the human development sector with the delegations of the Hospitaller Order of St. Camillus and other institutions. It builds hospitals, schools and aqueducts and implements development projects for food production and animal husbandry. In Italy, Health and Development informs and raises public opinion and creates awareness on issues related to education and globalization.

CIAI ​​- CENTRO ITALIANO AIUTI ALL CHILDHOOD - is an organization founded in 1968 by a group of families who have embarked on the experience of international adoption and, to promote it and spread its meaning, has joined an association: CIAI. Today, among the many NGOs that take care of children, we at CIAI stand out precisely for our unique approach: every child is like a child. The parenting matrix, based on the direct experience of children's vulnerabilities, is the root of our actions. Acting as a parent for us means, both for adoption and for cooperation, looking at each child as one looks at a child. It is an overall look at his needs that translates into targeted actions not only directed at him, but also at strategic actors who - only together - can activate the dynamics of change: family, communities and institutions. This model triggers decisive virtuous effects that break the circle of loneliness and bring us closer to the goal of "no more lonely children". 50 years ago, visionary pioneers introduced the concept of international adoption in Italy and with that the culture of inclusion, the richness of difference. Today, when all this is incredibly questioned, we are committed to continue with the same tenacity and the same firmness, against any violation of rights and any social exclusion. They work with presence, with daily witness, demonstrating that a welcoming world open to differences is not only possible but is already a reality, and will be done until every child, every being, is no longer alone.

APURIMAC ONLUS - is an organization founded in 1992 to support the Italian Augustinian mission that has been operating since 1968 in the Peruvian region of Apurimac, from which we took our name. Our work began in the Andes, at an altitude of 4,000 meters, and then extended to the cities of Cuzco and Lima. The Apurimac region is characterized by extreme geographical and economic isolation. The local population lives only thanks to a subsistence economy, lacking both communication routes and capital and technologies useful for exploiting the riches of the subsoil. These discomforts, together with a high rate of illiteracy and precarious sanitation conditions, are the main plagues that we are committed to treating. Since 2003, with the recognition of NGOs (Non-Governmental Organization) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we have come as far as Africa, with the same guiding objective, that is to support the development projects of the Augustinian missions that work for the South of the world. In Africa we work in Nigeria, Algeria, Kenya and since 2012 we have launched a country program in Nigeria to promote peace and intercultural dialogue. Apurimac ETS works for the construction of a civil society in which every periphery, geographical and existential, is the engine of social changes based on the full recognition of individual and collective rights, equal opportunities, equality and social justice. It is the value thanks to which Apurimac ETS comes to life. Support for the Augustinian missions around the world was the starting point for the interventions of Apurimac ETS, so much so that the association constitutes an instrument of human promotion for the mission of the Augustinian Order. Volunteering, understood as a free gesture aimed at the well-being of others, is the input from which all association initiatives are born. Volunteering is an expression of solidarity and represents an added value that guarantees a strong social impact to the associative activities of Apurimac ETS.

TULIME ONLUS - Tulime, in Swahili "... we cultivate!", Is an Italian association of people who cooperate with other people in countries traditionally considered "developing". Convinced of the fact that the idea of ​​development must be completely revolutionized and that it certainly does not correspond to that widespread in traditionally "developed" countries, Tulime was born to cultivate on "difficult and poor lands" in the south and north of the world and works for improvement of the daily life of people and communities. Thanks to the commitment of volunteers and supporters, Tulime offers support to agriculture and livestock, promotes the education and health of people and communities and works in the field of environmental sustainability and the affirmation of human rights "by cultivating "Respect and care for human dignity, the encounter between people of different cultures and peace between peoples. Tulime Onlus is an association that promotes community solidarity and cooperation projects in different parts of the world. To date, the areas of intervention involve the populations of Tanzania, Uganda and Nepal. Through the practice of community cooperation, which puts the community rather than the individual at the center of the action, the association offers support to agriculture and sustainable farming. It also supports microcredit projects, for environmental protection, fair trade to encourage the development of local crafts and intervenes in defense of human rights.

MONSERRATE ONLUS FOUNDATION - is an organization established in 1994, it has been operating permanently for 4 years in Colombia, in the capital and in various cities of the country, with excellent roots in the territory. Monserrate ONLUS Foundation carries out cultural and social promotion programs, in Italy and in the world. Through the meeting and exchange of know-how and experiences, it promotes social, health, educational, advanced training actions and projects and for the development of new welfare policies and models. Italian Center of scientific and cultural excellence, it collaborates on a permanent basis with governmental and non-governmental bodies present in various countries of the world, carrying out projects of cultural and social transformation, for a new sustainable development, responding to local tradition and history. A two-way bridge for dialogue between cultures and peoples for cooperation between subjects from various continents and a common solidarity construction. Monserrate ONLUS Foundation (Non-Profit Organization of Social Utility) is an NGO officially recognized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Government institutions, profit and non-profit entities, universities collaborate permanently with Monserrate in the various continents. The ability to aggregate excellent skills and coordinate them through its Training and Research Center creates the distinctive added value of Monserrate's action in the world. The numerous collaboration agreements signed with organizations and institutions at an international, national and regional level, highlight the logic of collaboration and mutual enrichment that underlies the projects, and the recognition and stable roots of Monserrate in South America, Asia, in Europe.

SCI - INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SERVICE - is an organization made up of a lay volunteer movement, present in 43 countries around the world. For 90 years it has been promoting activities and volunteer camps on the issues of peace and disarmament, conscientious objection, human rights and international solidarity, sustainable lifestyles, social inclusion and active citizenship. At the base there is a concrete commitment to change situations of inequality, injustice, degradation, violation of human rights. The philosophy of SCI activities has always been characterized by concreteness. The first SCI volunteers are not only engaged in the reconstruction of villages destroyed by war: the first interventions range from interventions in areas affected by natural disasters to fields in areas affected by economic depression to projects in Asia. Especially after the Second World War, new branches are multiplying in Europe and in the world. The areas of intervention are now many: north-south solidarity, activities with refugees, environmental projects, volunteer camps on the theme of disability and social disadvantage, just to name a few. Currently, the SCI has 43 branches and groups all over the world and, thanks to the collaboration with partners, is present in more than 80 countries. It is also possible to participate in medium and long-term projects in the countries of the North and the South of the world. These are more challenging experiences than traditional volunteer camps, which require more motivation and preparation.

PISIE - INTERNATIONAL POLYTECHNIC FOR INTERNATIONAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - is an organization specialized in technical assistance, training and cooperation projects, dealing with studies and research in industrial sectors under development in emerging countries. It has its headquarters in Vigevano, a place from which all activities are planned. Since 1977, PISIE has developed a solid experience of cooperation with numerous international bodies such as for example UNIDO, ITC, CDE, World Bank, increasingly specializing in the design of applied technology centers, schools / industrial integration laboratories, training units. . Over time, the original agro-industrial background, which included, among other things, sectors such as aquaculture and fish resources, poultry and animal husbandry, agriculture and the production of canned food, has become increasingly specialized, concentrating on two sectors: first of all the leather industry and its derivatives, ie footwear, tannery, leather goods, leather clothing, and then the fabric, machinery and technology industry for the development of the textile sector. The PISIE operates through a permanent staff that makes use of a wide and permanent network of international consultants, each specialized in their own area of ​​relevance, in close connection with ASSOMAC (the Association representing the Italian manufacturers of machinery for the footwear industry, leather goods and tanning) and with ACIMIT (the Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery for the Textile Industry). The NGO called PISIE, already compliant with Article 71 of the UN Constitutional Charter, continues to play its role as a non-profit organization, independent of governments and their policies, and obtains part of its income from private sources .

SEV ORIONE 84 - VOLUNTARY EXPERT SERVICE - is an Organization present in Africa, Latin America and Asia and Europe. The objectives of the actions promoted by Sev Orione in the year 1984. They are the support for the education, training, vocational training of children, young people and adults and disadvantaged people through the creation of vocational training centers for young people and adults, start-up of micro-enterprises for the use of disadvantaged conditions, reception centers for the disabled and youth aggregation, social and health assistance for people with disabilities. It carries out literacy courses and projects for access to drinking water and food security. Every day, through the work of operators, missionaries and volunteers, development cooperation initiatives, national and international volunteering, distance support and development education are carried out.

COOPI - INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION - is an organization founded in Milan on April 15, 1965 by Father Barbieri. CO COOPI aspires to a world without poverty, capable of concretely achieving the ideals of equality and justice, sustainable development and social cohesion, thanks to the encounter and collaboration between all peoples. COOPI wants to contribute, through the commitment, motivation, determination and professionalism of its people, to the process of fighting poverty and growing the communities with which it cooperates in the world, intervening in emergency, reconstruction and development situations. , to obtain a better balance between the North and the South of the planet, between developed areas and depressed or developing areas. Faced with a humanitarian emergency, the experience and ability to find innovative solutions allow COOPI to efficiently address the immediate needs of the population. In particular, in the Middle East, tormented by the Syrian crisis, and in the Lake Chad Region, hit by the violence of Boko Haram. COOPI carries out an intervention model, which is no longer just local, but multi-country, which makes it possible to respond in a more coordinated and timely manner to the needs of displaced and refugee communities.

FRATELLI DELL ’UOMO ONLUS - is an organization founded in 1957 in Kenya, it is the largest African health NGO operating in sub-Saharan Africa. to ensure health for the most fragile communities The organization with Italian headquarters was established 30 years after the parent company. Thanks to the successful partnership with Giobbe Covatta, the slogan "Just a little that there is" enters the common speech, guaranteeing a great recognition of the organization: health is a fundamental human right and we work to ensure that it is truly guaranteed to everyone, even in Africa. In Italy, Amref launches a new, disruptive, institutional positioning campaign: “Don't Help Us for Charity”. Once again, Amref emphasizes the great potential of the African continent.

APOSTOLIC MOVEMENT BLIND - MAC - is an Organization of the Blind Apostolic Movement born in 1928 as Apostolic Crusade of the blind. On December 8, 1928, Maria Motta was appointed zealer of the Crusade for Italy by Ive Mollat, a Jesuit and founder of the Croisade Des Aveugles in France. In the early 1950s the Crusade spread to other dioceses and in 1954 the first National Council was elected. The MAC, set up for collaboration with the Church in the service of mankind, has as its mission the promotion and training of persons, families and communities in the presence of visual impairment. It strives to ensure that everyone, sighted and blind, individuals and communities, have a positive, mature and responsible relationship with blindness, low vision and any other disability. The vision of the MAC has as its identifying character sharing as a mature fruit of solidarity in reciprocity, the sharing of places and common paths and the participation of sighted and blind people, disabled and non-disabled people, in everyone's life. The values ​​to which the MAC inspires its action are the dignity of the person and his freedom and responsibility, the spiritual and historical dimension of man and his community dimension, proximity to people in the area and attention to others. .

DOCTORS WITH AFRICA - CUAMM - is an organization that since 1950 with more than a thousand people has served with Doctors of Africa CUAMM, where they have given their personal, professional and human contribution. Doctors with Africa CUAMM is the first NGO in the health field recognized in Italy and the largest Italian organization for the promotion and protection of the health of African populations. We carry out long-term projects with a view to development. To this end, we are committed to training dedicated human resources in Italy and Africa, in scientific research and dissemination and in affirming the fundamental human right to health for all. The goal is to improve the state of health in Africa, in the belief that health is not a consumer good, but a universal human right for which access to health services cannot be a privilege. The goal is to promote a positive and supportive attitude towards Africa, that is the duty to help raise interest, hope and commitment for the future of the continent in institutions and public opinion.

SIPEC FOUNDATION - (Promotion and cooperation services and initiatives) is a Foundation that was born in Brescia in February 1989 at the behest of Eng. Luciano Silveri. The non-profit pursuit of civic, solidarity and social utility purposes is proposed, particularly aimed at the human, social and economic development of people, social groups and territorial areas that find themselves in conditions of hardship, marginalization or in any case in one state of social and economic disadvantage. For the realization of its purposes, it researches, promotes and develops design and operational integrations with public bodies, subjects and organizations of voluntary work, cooperation, private and public entrepreneurship, national and international, and in any case with other third sector bodies. It carries out its activity in Italy and abroad by implementing, also through the establishment of dedicated funds, initiatives for education, training, study, research, planning, management, provision of resources in favor of people and / or social groups disadvantaged by reason physical, psychological, economic, social or family conditions. It also operates in the field of development cooperation in favor of the populations of countries with limited resources.

MLAL WORLD PROJECT - is an organization that aspires to a world of peace, just and without inequalities with cooperation between peoples and states, which contribute to the promotion of sustainable development and the defense of people's dignity. Always committed to the defense of human rights, Progettoomondo.mlal is a non-governmental organization of international cooperation, founded in 1966 to promote sustainable development, a new form of justice and conscious migration in Latin America and Africa. In Italy and Europe, the NGO promotes global education and the encounter between different cultures. It elaborates and plans the activities together with the institutions and realities of the countries in which they operate, in a common effort of strategies to promote processes of development and the fight against poverty. Partnership and co-planning are the commitment for 50 years "on the right side", in a collective experience lived with more than 1,000 operators and volunteers, in 24 countries of Latin America and Africa, in Italy and in Europe, with over 450 projects and initiatives. The headquarters of the NGO is in Verona, but local groups of volunteers and promoters are active in Veneto, Lombardy, Trentino Alto Adige, Piedmont, Valle d'Aosta, Liguria and Emilia Romagna.

CRIC - REGIONAL INTERVENTION CENTER FOR COOPERATION - is an organization that recognizes the right to exist in solidarity, and contributes to the search for democratic forms of recovery and development of populations affected by natural disasters and / or military conflicts. It raises public awareness of the causes that determine the economic gap between the North and the South of the world and promotes understanding of the phenomena of immigration to Italy. It contributes to the consolidation and dissemination of expressions of political liberation and economic and social emancipation promoted by the subjects of the South of the world (NGOs, Associations and Groups). It contributes to creating an alternative to "neoliberalism", through the multiplication of spaces for the non-profit economy. It stimulates research and experimentation, in southern Italy, of production paths and social aggregation in opposition to the processes that have caused environmental degradation and social and economic marginalization. It implements development projects that are sustainable from an environmental and economic point of view and inspired by a philosophy of profound reciprocity with partners, from which it learns and receives cultural, technical and human stimuli and enrichments. It is a movement of resistance, opposition and alternative that unites itself on the need to establish a basic democracy everywhere in the world and in all areas of collective life, on the rejection of social inequalities and between generations, sexes, classes, peoples and continents, on the need to preserve nature, air, water, the physical and psychological health of every human being, on the need to redefine the right of local and global citizenship. It is a movement characterized by a double and incessant feeling of belonging and differentiation.

VISPE - ITALIAN VOLUNTEERS FOR SOLIDARITY IN EMERGING COUNTRIES - is an organization that was born in the 60s, from a group of young people from the area of ​​Opera, Locate di Triulzi and Lacchiarella (MI), clings together with some priests around the figure of Don Cesare Volontè, a priest of the diocese of Milan, sent by the Archbishop Cardinal Ildefonso Schuster to take care of the poorest communities in the countryside of the lower Milanese area. With the advent of the economic boom, the mechanization of agricultural processes and the consequent exodus from the countryside, the desire for closeness to the world of the poor led to look beyond the Italian borders. Thus it happened that, in 1968, Fr Paolo Banfi (one of the first priests who supported Don Cesare from the beginning) left as a Fidei Donum missionary for Burundi. Initially the youth group was formed as a simple missionary support group. The first lay volunteers left in the early 1970s. In 1977 the VISPE association was formalized with a notarial deed and, in 1987, it acquired the qualification of NGO - Non-Governmental Organization - thus also becoming an Onlus by right.VISPE is an association of lay volunteers, of Christian inspiration, which has chosen to work in the poorest countries in the world. For years they have joined forces to implement and support assistance and development interventions with the aim of improving the living conditions of the populations. They collaborate in different countries of the world, such as Brazil, Burundi and Nepal, trying to embody a precise and ambitious style. Going to the poor, living with them, learning from them, devising plans with them, starting with what they know, growing together to their autonomy.

AFRICA 70 - ONLUS COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT NGO - is a Movement that was born in 1971, comes from the struggles for civil rights, in Italy and around the world, and from the period of the decolonization of Africa. The path began with active solidarity with those peoples who were then struggling to free themselves from colonialism. It was therefore born as a civil and cultural movement, to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable populations in the areas most at risk. Even today, the self-determination of peoples is the principle that guides daily action as an NGO, in the field of international development cooperation and humanitarian aid. The mission is to promote processes of just and sustainable human development, to stimulate the active participation of all, the sharing of local knowledge and the enhancement of the cultural and environmental heritage of the territories. Over time it becomes an NGO expert in food security, agriculture and rural development, water and water management, environment, urban planning, spatial planning, governance, active citizenship and social inclusion.

MANI TESE - NGO - is an organization that has been fighting for social, economic and environmental justice in the world since 1964. It is an ONLUS, an association recognized as a non-profit organization. It operates in Africa, Asia and Latin America with international cooperation projects to develop an autonomous and sustainable economy together with local communities. In Italy it promotes projects, volunteer camps and lifestyles based on solidarity and sustainability through thousands of volunteers active in the area. Educate the citizens of tomorrow to respect human beings and the planet through Global Citizenship Education workshops. It is part of a global popular movement born to change the world, starting with ourselves. Justice means, striving for equality, seeking effective respect for human rights for all, in all parts of the world and respecting the autonomous choices of local communities in defining their own development model, in harmony with each other and with the 'natural environment. Justice is the possibility of each community to freely determine its own well-being in a peaceful and non-violent confrontation between different subjects. The commitment to justice has always been articulated on all fronts: economic, social and environmental. It is not limited only to denouncing or enunciating rights, but is a concrete practice of sharing and solidarity with the populations who suffer the consequences of an unequal political and economic system by promoting their ability to "make it on their own".

IVO DECARNERI FOUNDATION - is an organization that was born at the end of October 1994, immediately after the premature death of Professor Ivo de Carneri. The Ivo de Carneri Foundation is launched which assumes as a priority project the construction of a public health laboratory on the island of Pemba; the project was born on the basis of an intuition had by Ivo de Carneri, during the mission (1988) on behalf of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to Pemba for the evaluation of the schistosomiasis control campaign. In the same year, in collaboration with the Italian Society of Parasitology, the Ivo de Carneri Prize was established for young researchers from Sub-Saharan Africa, to be awarded every two years. In 1995 the first official meeting took place between the Ministry of Health and Welfare of Zanzibar and the Ivo de Carneri Foundation to discuss and agree on the construction and subsequent management of a Public Health Laboratory on the island of Pemba which will then be dedicated to the wishes of the authorities of Zanzibar to Professor Ivo de Carneri. In 1996 the Foundation obtained the recognition of the Italian Ministry of Health. In 1997 an Agreement was signed between the Foundation and the Ministry of Health of Zanzibar for the construction and subsequent management of the PHL-IdC. The Ministry of Health and Welfare donates the land, 15,000 square meters, on which to build the PHL-IdC and the Foundation starts construction. The Agreement establishes that the PHL-IdC will be managed by a scientific commission made up of two members of the Ministry, two of the Foundation and an external technical advisor of the WHO.

OXFAMITALIA - is an organization of global movement, of people who want to eliminate the injustice of poverty. Oxfam (Oxford committee for Famine Relief) was born in Great Britain in 1942, to bring food to Greek women and children exhausted by war. In 1965, it definitively adopted the name “Oxfam”. Over the years, Oxfam has brought help in the most important crises in the world, such as in Cambodia after the fall of Pol Pot or in Ethiopia victim of the famine in 1984, which raises 51 million pounds. At the same time, it carries out a series of research and sector studies, positioning itself as a world expert in development issues. Oxfam Italia joined the Oxfam international confederation in 2010 and was born from the experience of Ucodep, an Italian non-governmental organization that for over 30 years has been committed with passion and professionalism to improve the living conditions of thousands of poor people in the world, giving them the power and energy to build one's own future, to control and direct one's life, to exercise one's rights.

ICEI INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC COOPERATION INSTITUTE - is an organization that works with people and local communities to improve social and economic conditions and promotes inclusive, equitable and sustainable societies in a participatory way. It carries out cooperation interventions in Italy and around the world in the field of intercultural citizenship, work inclusion and, with particular attention to the environment, sustainable agriculture and responsible tourism. The priority targets, across all areas, are the most vulnerable, with particular attention to young people and women.

DON CARLO GNOCCHI ONLUS FOUNDATION - is an Association formally born in 1981, even if its roots go back to the sixties. It includes the people - mutilated and polio patients - who in their youth were guests of the Colleges of the Foundation and aims to remember the figure of Don Gnocchi, promoting his teachings and message and keeping his charisma alive, so that the Work that today brings its name always meets the expectations of those who created it. Fidelity to the message of Blessed Don Gnocchi claims and pervades, in every activity, the centrality of the person, captured in the entirety of him: "the man comes first of his illness!" In 1949, the Opera obtained its first official recognition: the "Federation of Pro Infanzia Mutilata", which he founded the year before to better coordinate welfare interventions for the little victims of the war, was officially recognized by decree of the President of the Republic. In the same year, the Head of Government, Alcide De Gasperi, promoted Don Carlo as consultant to the Prime Minister for the problem of war mutilated. It was in 1945 that that project of aid to the suffering just sketched out during the war years began to take shape: Don Gnocchi was appointed director of the Istituto Grandi Invalidi in Arosio (Co) and welcomed the first war orphans and mutilated children. Thus began the work that will lead him to earn the most meritorious title of "father of the mutilated" in the field.

CELIM MILANO - is an organization that was founded in 1954 when a group of university students and professionals from Milan created CELIM - Italian Lay Center for Missions - with the aim of supporting diocesan missionary activity in the Southern hemisphere. One of the first Italian non-governmental organizations. Born as a spontaneous associative movement, over the years it has been structured to become an NGO registered in the list of Civil Society Organizations (OSC) of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) and recognized by the European Union for the realization short and medium term programs in developing countries (DCs); selection, training and employment of volunteers, on-site training of citizens of developing countries and for information and development education activities.

CELIM BERGAMO - is an organization that operates in the field of international cooperation in Africa, Latin America and Asia. Celim Bergamo was founded in 1964 after a series of contacts with the Milan Association of the same name founded in 1958. For several years the two organizations worked together to create "school camps" on Third World issues and international cooperation. In recent years, the work of Celim Bergamo took the form of a "missionary laity" and developed above all in Bolivia, Ecuador, Rwanda and Malawi. This period is characterized by a close relationship with the Diocesan Missionary Office whose Director, Don Pietro Ceribelli, was the charismatic leader of the Organism, the main point of reference for the choices of commitment and service and for the maturation of personal motivations. . In 1971 Celim Bergamo applied for and obtained eligibility as an "International Voluntary Organization"

PRO.DO.C.S. PROJECT TOMORROW CULTURE AND SOCIETY - is a cultural association established in 1981, it is recognized as an NGO, a non-governmental organization of international cooperation since 1986. To value culture in any activity of human and social promotion. Commit to the defense of human rights and the promotion of social change. Be on the side of the least, involve public structures and work to make them responsible. Strengthen civil society organizations by supporting democracy and active citizenship.

FOUNDATION HELP THEM TO LIVE ONG - is a voluntary foundation that involves and assists Italian families who are willing to welcome a Belarusian child for a therapeutic holiday and facilitated its spread throughout the national territory. Currently, the NGO "Aiutiamoli a Vivere" Foundation operates voluntarily in the Republic of Belarus, but its organizational model consisting of the simultaneous organization of stays and projects of cooperation, training, support and promotion of education, has promoted new development in other countries such as Brazil, Congo, Palestine, Ecuador and Albania, obtaining the authorization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to operate as a Non-Governmental Organization. In preparation for each welcoming initiative, we organize cycles of meetings, through our Committees distributed throughout the national territory with specialists and scholars, in which the underlying motivations, psychological aspects and various aspects of Belarusian history and culture are deepened. .

ASSOCIAZIONEGIOVANNI SECCO SUARDO ONLUS - is an Association based inside the Castle of Lurano, historic private residence of the Secco Suardo family, dating back to the 16th century. Marisa Dalai Emiliani proposes a vote in which, having ascertained the exceptional importance of the restorers' archives, it is hoped the start of activities aimed at avoiding the dispersion "of this precious heritage", proposing that the Giovanni Secco Suardo Association make itself "available to continue and promote any initiative aimed at enhancing these archives and in particular to start the study project and edition of a historical-biographical dictionary of Italian restorers, in harmony with the hope of the Central Institute for Restoration and in collaboration with the bodies in charge. With the adhesion and support of the Directorate General for Cultures, Identities and Autonomies of the Lombardy Region and other bodies and institutions, the project has actually begun to take shape with specific purposes and organizational structures. In the following years, the contribution of research groups of various Italian universities, co-financed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research through Research Projects of National Interest (PRIN) and of numerous bodies and institutions that participated, financed and promoted the project.

REACH ITALIA ONLUS - is an organization that was founded in 1988 to organize and develop distance support activities promoted by the American Reach International also in our country. Through distance support, it aims to help children, starting with the most needy in the poorest countries, by giving them school education, clothing, health care, and in the case of malnourished children, food supplementation. In over 30 years of activity, Reach Italia has strengthened its intervention action in the countries most affected by poverty. The SaD (Distance Support) is linked to international cooperation projects developed in close contact with local populations. With co-development, relations of international solidarity, support for peace and human rights are activated through humanitarian aid promoted by economically rich countries. Following our Constitution, in art. 11: "Italy repudiates war as an instrument of offense to the freedom of other peoples and as a means of resolving international disputes; it allows, on equal terms with other states, the limitations of sovereignty necessary for an order that ensures peace and justice among nations; promotes and favors international organizations aimed at this purpose ”, Reach Italia works for the common good.

CEFA - EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR TRAINING AND AGRICULTURE - is an organization that has been working for 45 years to overcome hunger and poverty. It helps the poorest communities in the world to achieve food self-sufficiency and respect for fundamental rights (education, work, gender equality, protection of minors). CEFA's goal is to create sustainable development models, that is, to implement initiatives that ensure the growth of a territory, greater well-being and resilience to climate change, stimulating the participation of local populations so that they themselves are protagonists of their development. CEFA's desire is that every person, in every part of the world, becomes a protagonist of development, to be an active subject of democracy and peace.

VIS - INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT VOLUNTEERING - is an organization that deals with development cooperation and international solidarity and an educational agency that promotes and organizes awareness-raising, education, training for development and global citizenship. The association, founded in 1986 on the promotion of the National Center for Salesian Works (CNOS), is inspired by the message of St. John Bosco and his preventive educational system. It operates in 40 countries around the world, in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Europe. "Together, for a possible world" indicates the intention to network in Italy, Europe and the rest of the world to improve the living conditions of girls, boys, young people in vulnerable conditions and their communities, in the conviction that through education and training the causes of extreme poverty can be tackled at the root.

ISTITUTO OIKOS ONLUS - NGO - is an independent lay organization. Oikos was founded in 1996 in Milan by a group of biologists and naturalists. Since then we have conceived and implemented more than 350 projects in Italy and in seventeen countries spread across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. Istituto Oikos is a non-profit organization committed to the protection of biodiversity and the dissemination of more sustainable models of life. A future in which ecology, economy, equity can be integrated, reconciling the needs of mankind and the environment. The association's goal is to help preserve ecosystems by promoting development, with professionalism, innovation and participation.

AFRICA TREMILA ONLUS - AAT - is a virtual organization that promotes the meeting between the various Non-Profit Organizations, for all those who want to lend a hand to this sector by offering concrete help, in giving the possibility to find the Organizations that present their initiatives, choosing to donate online, to one or more projects. The organization seeks help to give value to those who believe in the values ​​of life.