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COOPI Cooperazione Internazionale

Org #4487
Vetted since 2010
1965
year founded
$8,955
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale is a nonprofit humanitarian organization committed to building resilience and fighting against poverty in the Global South. Over the past 55 years, COOPI has touched more than 100 million people with 2,300 projects in 71 countries around the world. By making a valuable use of its staff's commitment, involvement, resolution and professionalism, COOPI aims at fighting poverty and at developing the communities it cooperates with all over the world, by intervening in emergency situations, reconstruction and development, and by reducing the socio-economic gap between northern and southern countries, between developed, under-developed and developing areas.

Projects (2)

Back to school in Iraq
Iraq / Education
 
Project Leaders
Ambra Mannarà
Ambra Mannarà
Team
Cecilia Cinelli, Lorenzo Bianchi Carnevale, Silvana Scandone, Efrem Fumagalli
Organization Information
Via Francesco de Lemene 50, 20151, Milano.
Milano, 20151
Italy
+39 023085057
Organization Information
Via Francesco de Lemene 50, 20151, Milano.
Milano, 20151
Italy
+39 023085057

Project Reports

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Jun 30, 2021
Report_July2021_Cinderellas of Bukavu
REPORT – JULY 2021 – Cinderellas of Bukavu   In Bukavu, the Ek’Abana Center run by Sister Natalina welcomes children accused of witchcraft and children in need. Goma, the city...
Jun 7, 2021
Report - June 2021 - Back to school in Iraq
COOPI in Iraq guarantees education, child protection, livelihoods, water and sanitation. Foundation COOPI – International Cooperation, operates with an integrated approach, based on the...
Mar 3, 2021
Report - March 2021 - Cinderellas of Bukavu
In 2020 the Congolese authorities had closed schools for six months (March-September). Reopened in October, they were closed again on 18th December to stem the second wave of the pandemic, as it was...
 
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