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Jul 26, 2019

October filled with joy and good hope!

A warm hello to our kind supporters!

We are glad to inform you about a nice initiative planned for next October and we have good news from Ethiopia!

On Sunday 20th of October, the 2sd edition of “Belli come il Sole” [meaning “Radiant like the Sun”] will be held in Saronno, a small city closed to Milan. But... what exactly is it for? Our Italian partner Il Sole has organized this non-competitive 6-12 kms running event for two years as to support “Flowers in bloom” children in Ethiopia.

Let’s join in and walk on all together! We’ll be there waiting for you and your families – you know, there’s strength in numbers!

Good news from Addis Ababa as well - as you may remember, two Italian Universities, the Bicocca University in Milan and the Chieti University, has been collaborating with the students of the University at Addis Ababa for months. From the very start, their common objective is the development of a new operational protocol of the taking-over of abused children.

That’s why they’re going to do their first “in-the-field” research with a joint team of Italian and Ethiopian students. First results are gonna be available by the end of this year!

 All these achievements could not have been possible without your kindness and love! See you soon in October: we’ll be waiting you at Lura Park in Saronno!

Thank you a lot again millions of times!


Jul 26, 2019

Sheep and donkeys - what a couple!

Thanks to your generous contributions, 11 sheep have been bought so far!

These three months since the last update have been fruitful and have filled our Eritrean families with joy.

But that’s not all! The nuns have a useful new idea: buying donkeys will help them and the families they assist with transportation of materials and heavy weights. These animals cost around 150 euros each, so let’s roll up our sleeves and make this happen.

Besides of purchasing sheep as to form a sustainable sheep-breeding system, the main aim of the project is to help families become independent. In a rural context like that one in Eritrea, this requires improvements in transportation of goods they can then sell or use them for their own or theirs children consumption.

We’re now calling on your help! With an apparently meaningless contribution you can make the difference in these families' lives!

Thank you a lot for what you have already done for Eritrean families – they and us are really grateful!


Jul 26, 2019

Never alone!

Are you already overwhelmed with good news?!

As you may have noticed, our Social Housing project have achieved lots of results and hosted more and more women in hardships.

Let’s so meet your curiosity with a new brand story – on May, a very young Nigerian mum entered the program with her little sweet daughter.

Letting back her past as a victim of human trafficking, she has now the opportunity to guarantee a brightful future to her daughter and she’s not going to throw it away.

For the first two months from her welcoming, our operators have assessed her parenting skills and have come to the conclusion that through Social Housing she’ll finally acquire all the necessary capabilities to become an autonomous and strong mum and woman. The pathway to these achievements may be long and tortuous, but along with her outlook on life changing, she’ll finally be proud of her self!

She’s really grateful of this opportunity and willing to do her best – anything is easier when you’re surrounded by loving and caring educators who are like friends.

She’s not alone! We’re all taking this trip together!

While this young mum has just started her journey, another mother is about to complete it: she’s now ready to independently cope with the outside world and any day-to-day difficulty.

These are only two example of what YOU have contributed to managed so far!

Thank you very much from the bottom of our heart!


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