The Village of Save the Children, built for EXPO 2015, continues to live even after the Universal Exhibition in Milan: the organization has been set up to improve and adapt a school in Jarahieh, one of the largest refugee camps in Lebanon, which guarantees education 300 Syrian refugee children. "We are pleased with the experience in the Expo because we have reached the goal that was most important to us: to raise thousands of people on the problem of malnutrition, which each year causes the death of 3 million children under five years, deaths that could be avoided - said Valerio Blacks, CEO of Save the Children. A great deal of preparation and management work has involved us in these months enabling us to derive much higher initial investment resources and through which we can reinforce and expand our interventions for the survival of children and mothers. "
The Legnolandia satisfaction for having built the wooden structure of the Village Save the Children is now complete with this repositioning of the work: offering concrete help directly in the territory of those most in need.
Our collaboration with Save the Children continues: in the pictures below some equipment donated to the Organization humanitarian and installed in Ponderano (Biella) at the center of new experimental pole face reception, prevention, support and accompaniment to autonomy of mothers and children victims of violence.
The center was inaugurated Friday, October 28, 2016.