RWANDA Nyagatare Exodus Center and professional school

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]The professional school, restructured by Come Noi, has always hosted courses for hairdressers, sewing, welding, masonry, electricity as well as literacy courses and general education. We started in 2009 to support the project for re-education, family and social reintegration, schooling and detoxification of street boys and girls. The main building, built with the financing of the Exodus association in Milan and furnished by Come Noi, hosts 45 boys and girls without families. Today the professional school is becoming more and more relevant even at the national level. The use of drugs, the small delinquency, the prostitution …

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RWANDA Kibirizi professional school

In 2017 Come Noi accepts a new challenge proposed by Mons.Fourissier in the field of professional training: The restructuring and maintenance of the Kibirizi professional school. The project is aimed at young people who have finished school but cannot find a job. It’s part of the current government system, which promotes the professional training of young people at risk. Our contribution should cover three years. During the first year the salaries of two teachers, a social worker and the material used for the courses have been  payed for by Come NOi. For their part, the students provide scholastic material, food …

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BRAZIL Associação Beneficente Agape – Curral de Dentro

The ABA was founded in 1991 in Curral de Dentro; at the beginning it was named Bertolusso Foundation and had  professional and educational training aims similar to those of the CET (Centro Educação e Trabalho) and autonomous funds, but soon has found itself in economic difficulties. Don Sergio asked Come Noi for help to avoid abandoning a well-established professional training activity, in an organized and equipped structure; help that we have been happy to give. The ABA also has agreements with social services and therefore enjoys local contributions, even though less than the CET. About a hundred students are attending. …

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