Warming Amatrice: The project starts

Winter is coming and the governmental facilities haven’t arrived yet. Three-quarters of the SAE still are unaccounted for, meaning that people affected by the earthquake of the Central Italy are still living in containers, prefabricated houses on wheels or in some other makeshift houses. People start feeling cold. The situation is dramatic. Indeed, some regions…

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The project #WalkwithPeter

Thank you, Peter and Francesco, for crossing our path and for getting emotional with us. The project #WalkwithPeter is about the adventure of a young man who decided to start an unusual march: 400 km by feet all around the seismic crater’s perimeters. The goal? Raising funds to supports three post-earthquake projects. We met recently…

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Thirty-first deliver – Cossara, Amatrice

Thanks to the project “A little house for Amatrice” we have been able to put a roof over 110 people’s heads including children, elderly and disabled. All victims, not only of the earthquake but also of the reckless bureaucratic delays. Without voluntary organizations those people would still be waiting for an accommodation. Our prefabricated modules,…

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Amatrice Hospital – The German government has donated 6 million euros to rebuild the hospital; where should it be rebuilt? Here is our point of view on the current controversy

Before the earthquake of August 2016, the Grifoni Hospital was hard to reach from the several districts of central Italy: its positioning – nearby the city gates of Amatrice, located in a complicated part of the mountains contributed in the decrease of people utilizing such hospital (therefore, there were several talks of shutting it down)….

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Which are the most vulnerable categories we took care of?

Most definitely those who lost their house but have a very good reason for not leaving these lands, such as breeders – fundamental to the local economy. Then there are those people who were fragile even before the earthquake: elderly people, people with disabilities, and children. Unfortunately, there are also children with disabilities. We helped…

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