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Hager Group in Italy is providing support to the Milan-based non-profit foundation “Aiutare i bambini” www.aiutareibambini.it This Foundation was established in 2000 on the initiative of Goffredo Modena who decided with his family to set up a foundation to "help and support children who are poor, sick, uneducated or who have suffered physical or psychological violence, to give them the chance and the hope of a dignified life."
"Aiutare i bambini" supports aid projects in Italy and abroad and from 2000 to 2013 it has provided support to 1,135,000 children through 1,145 projects in 72 countries around the world. More specifically, the Foundation's work in Italy focuses on three main areas: support for early childhood, reducing the school dropout rate and boosting youth employment.
One of the foundations projects “Vita dei piccoli”, which Hager Group in Italy supports, is part of a campaign entitled "Distant and local adoption" and aims to provide a full year's support for 16 children up to the age of 3 by housing them in a child-care facility in Lecce, in the heel of the boot of southern Italy.
In addition to “Vita dei piccoli”, Hager Group supports another “Aiutare i bambini” foundation project called “Nove+”. Our participation in this project will involve organising collections of food, clothing and stationery that will be given to families in difficulty and participating in various recreational and extracurricular activities.
"Nove +" is a project that acts in a specific area of Milan, called "zona nove". This area is home to many foreign families in precarious situations. The project aims to address the problems of these families who are struggling to find solutions to meet the education needs of their children in their formative years. “Nove+” aims to create educational opportunities, intercultural integration, reduce social disadvantage and prevent children dropping out of school.