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Milan Protocol

Fondazione Aiutare i Bambini

Fondazione Aiutare i Bambini

Fondazione "Aiutare i Bambini" joins with the "Milan Protocol on food and nutrition" to promote the recognition of food as a universal human right and for the contribution that the Protocol can make a concrete change for better management of the natural resources of our planet. In addition Fondazione "aiutare i bambini" recognizes the important role that the Protocol plays in the international community, promoting the sharing of experience and best practices related to food and nutrition fields.

Fondazione "aiutare i bambini" is pleased to contribute to the themes of Milan Protocol (reduction of the food waste, creation of sustainable agriculture, promotion of healthy lifestyles) through the diffusion of an integrated, sustainable and replicable water and agriculture model encouraging the local community to be responsible of their own development and to reach their own food self-sufficiency.

Fondazione "Aiutare i Bambini" is an Italian charitable organisation established in 2000 with the mission to help and support children who are poor, ill, without an education or abused physically and morally, giving them the opportunity and the hope of a better life. In pursuing its mission "aiutare i bambini" is inspired by the values of freedom, justice, truth, respect for other people and solidarity. In 2013 the Foundation financed 188 projects in 35 different countries, helping 115.000 children. In particular we have supported food security and WASH projects in 11 different countries (Bolivia, Uganda, Cambodia, Ecuador, Eritrea, Kenya, Romania, Senegal, South Sudan, India, Zimbabwe) with a total of 39.000 children who have received help.
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