Making the best use of talent, ability and skills to help children and young people grow and develop through projects in schools, integration and inclusion services, specific support pathways and cultural initiatives to fight school dropout rates and educational inequality.
Training is key to accessing the world of work and the road towards social autonomy. In this context we support pathways to employment, empowerment and self-employment for people with disabilities, youngsters, women and vulnerable individuals.
Ensuring a dignified life for all through assistance and reception projects designed to overcome social exclusion and create inclusion opportunities for the older generation and people in extreme difficulty, single-parent families, minors and migrants.
Ensuring that the most vulnerable have access to health services on the ground, supporting projects that facilitate access to treatment, improving and innovating structures and services, supporting patients’ families and caregivers’ day-to-day lives.