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Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children

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Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children
Education for 50 disadvantaged Romanian children

Summary

The daily Socio-Educational Centre Pinocchio (Panciu, Romania) provides scholastic support and education to 50 children and youngsters of the most disadvantaged brackets of the local population, paying a special attention to the Roma minority. This project will support the formal and non formal educational activities (afterschool, literacy, creative workshops, education to hygiene), as well as the canteen service in order to foster a proper children's nutrition.

$14,580
total goal
$9,185
remaining
48
donors
1
monthly donor
2
years

Challenge

In Panciu, out of a total population of 8000 inhabitants, 750 are children (3-14 years old) and 700 belong the Roma minority. The Centre Pinocchio provides social services for 50 disadvantaged minors and their families. Among them, the rates of illiteracy, unemployment, scholastic drop-out and juvenile delinquency are high. The Centre Pinocchio wants to prevent such situations of vulnerability, discrimination and social exclusion, guaranteeing educational opportunities and a healthy nutrition.

Solution

Through means of education, care and socialization, the Centre Pinocchio aims at preventing social vulnerability and marginalization and at fighting discrimination. It daily provides the following services: canteen, afterschool and scholastic rehabilitation, literacy, non formal education workshops (sport, painting, theatre, education to hygiene, games, handicraft workshops, jugglery, etc.), individual and group counseling sessions for children and families.

Long-Term Impact

The Centre Pinocchio will support the socio-educational development of 50 disadvantaged children of Panciu (Vrancea county, Romania) through educational interventions, prevention and socialization. Beneficiaries of such services are also children's families, who mainly belong to the local Roma minority and amount to a total of about 130 people. The Centre strongly believes in the importance of education, as a factor that can make the difference in the future of one child and his/her family.

Resources

http:/​/​www.iboitalia.org
IBO Italia website' section about Panciu's project
Centre Pinocchio's website

Organization Information

IBO ITALIA

Location: Ferrara - Italy
Website: http:/​/​www.iboitalia.org
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @iboitalia
Project Leader:
Letizia Sabba
Ferrara, Ferrara Italy
$5,395 raised of $14,580 goal
 
80 donations
$9,185 to go
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