Let us unite against Covid-19


  • Ecuador
  • Number of beneficieries: 220
  • FOM May 2020

It is a Project to counter the spread of the invisible enemy Covid-19 in the outskirts of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in particular in the indigenous villages located in the cities of Baeza, Archidona and Tena.

The indigenous villages of the Napo region are experiencing a dramatic situation in 2020 for several reasons. Last April, there was an oil spill due to the rupture of the oil pipeline that polluted the Napo River. It caused the death of plenty of fish and animals normally present in the forest. A few days earlier the Napo River had flooded various villages and their schools, sweeping away books, notebooks, desks and cupboards. Finally, the Covid-19 pandemic has also arrived, which is still claiming victims especially among the elderly and the poorest. There is a lack of medicines, especially for respiratory and lung problems, masks, gloves, gels, material to purify water and in general there is a lack of food. In rural areas, communications are interrupted due to successive landslides and floods in the first half of 2020. If we add that normally in these places even the light and the telephone sometimes do not work and the internet signal is poor. One can rightly imagine how the invisible enemy Covid- 19 is even more invisible and capable of generating a real massacre in these peripheries of the world.

 

General objectives of the project

We offer a radio information service bridging with the villages. Even those not reached by electricity, using rechargeable batteries and electric generators, broadcasting specific radio programs for the Covid-19 emergency. Through which we collect requests for help or warnings of diseases in the process of spreading, in order to inform promptly the competent health bodies for their prompt intervention.

Countering the lack of food and medical supplies by distributing them especially in the areas most affected by Covid-19.

 

Specific objectives of the project

  1. We broadcast through Radio Voz del Napo, social and health programs for children and young people, specific for the Covid-19 emergency, including them among those already underway such as, for example, catechism and entertainment.

  2. Provide on the Radio interventions by doctors and experts in the socio-health field, for advice on the hygiene - health, food and social behaviours to be adopted to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection.

  3. We distribute health materials to counter the spread of Covid-19 such as masks, gloves, hydro-alcoholic gel, drinking water, food and antiviral and anti-inflammatory medicines for the respiratory tract.


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Let us unite against Covid-19

Let us unite against Covid-19

It is a Project to counter the spread of the invisible enemy Covid-19 in the outskirts of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in particular in the indigenous villages located in the cities of Baeza, Archidona and Tena. The indigenous villages of the Napo region are experiencing a dramatic situation in 2020 for several reasons. Last April, there was an oil spill due to the rupture of the oil pipeline that polluted the Napo River. It caused the death of plenty of fish and animals normally present in the forest. A few days earlier the Napo River had flooded various villages and their schools, sweeping away books, notebooks, desks and cupboards. Finally, the Covid-19 pandemic has also arrived, which is still claiming victims especially among the elderly and the poorest. There is a lack of medicines, especially for respiratory and lung problems, masks, gloves, gels, material to purify water and in general there is a lack of food. In rural areas, communications are interrupted due to successive landslides and floods in the first half of 2020. If we add that normally in these places even the light and the telephone sometimes do not work and the internet signal is poor. One can rightly imagine how the invisible enemy Covid- 19 is even more invisible and capable of generating a real massacre in these peripheries of the world.   General objectives of the project We offer a radio information service bridging with the villages. Even those not reached by electricity, using rechargeable batteries and electric generators, broadcasting specific radio programs for the Covid-19 emergency. Through which we collect requests for help or warnings of diseases in the process of spreading, in order to inform promptly the competent health bodies for their prompt intervention. Countering the lack of food and medical supplies by distributing them especially in the areas most affected by Covid-19.   Specific objectives of the project We broadcast through Radio Voz del Napo, social and health programs for children and young people, specific for the Covid-19 emergency, including them among those already underway such as, for example, catechism and entertainment. Provide on the Radio interventions by doctors and experts in the socio-health field, for advice on the hygiene - health, food and social behaviours to be adopted to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection. We distribute health materials to counter the spread of Covid-19 such as masks, gloves, hydro-alcoholic gel, drinking water, food and antiviral and anti-inflammatory medicines for the respiratory tract.

  • Ecuador
  • Number of beneficieries: 220
  • FOM May 2020
Let us unite against Covid-19

Let us unite against Covid-19

Let us unite against Covid-19

It is a Project to counter the spread of the invisible enemy Covid-19 in the outskirts of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in particular in the indigenous villages located in the cities of Baeza, Archidona and Tena. The indigenous villages of the Napo region are experiencing a dramatic situation in 2020 for several reasons. Last April, there was an oil spill due to the rupture of the oil pipeline that polluted the Napo River. It caused the death of plenty of fish and animals normally present in the forest. A few days earlier the Napo River had flooded various villages and their schools, sweeping away books, notebooks, desks and cupboards. Finally, the Covid-19 pandemic has also arrived, which is still claiming victims especially among the elderly and the poorest. There is a lack of medicines, especially for respiratory and lung problems, masks, gloves, gels, material to purify water and in general there is a lack of food. In rural areas, communications are interrupted due to successive landslides and floods in the first half of 2020. If we add that normally in these places even the light and the telephone sometimes do not work and the internet signal is poor. One can rightly imagine how the invisible enemy Covid- 19 is even more invisible and capable of generating a real massacre in these peripheries of the world.   General objectives of the project We offer a radio information service bridging with the villages. Even those not reached by electricity, using rechargeable batteries and electric generators, broadcasting specific radio programs for the Covid-19 emergency. Through which we collect requests for help or warnings of diseases in the process of spreading, in order to inform promptly the competent health bodies for their prompt intervention. Countering the lack of food and medical supplies by distributing them especially in the areas most affected by Covid-19.   Specific objectives of the project We broadcast through Radio Voz del Napo, social and health programs for children and young people, specific for the Covid-19 emergency, including them among those already underway such as, for example, catechism and entertainment. Provide on the Radio interventions by doctors and experts in the socio-health field, for advice on the hygiene - health, food and social behaviours to be adopted to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection. We distribute health materials to counter the spread of Covid-19 such as masks, gloves, hydro-alcoholic gel, drinking water, food and antiviral and anti-inflammatory medicines for the respiratory tract.

  • Ecuador
  • Number of beneficieries: 220
  • FOM May 2020
For a new Missionary

For a new Missionary

For a new Missionary

The “For a new missionary” campaign aims to support young students who want to embark on a path of faith in their land, which is a mission land for us, but do not have sufficient resources to maintain their studies. Helping a future missionary it means giving an opportunity for self-sustenance in the mission land, from an ever less welfare perspective. Con 200 € al mese potrai aiutare un seminarista nel suo percorso di formazione per diventare Giuseppina e Sacerdote a servizio dei più poveri.     Donations, tax deductible, can be made in installments:  monthly from € 200  half-yearly from € 1,200  annual from € 2,400     How to support them? Postal Bulletin on the C / C n. 1001330032 Name: Murialdo World Onlus Reason: For a new Missionary Bank transfer to Poste Italiane Payable to: Murialdo World Onlus IBAN Code: IT 17 E 07601 03200 001001330032 Reason: For a new Missionary   See the brochure

  • India, Messico, Africa
  • Number of beneficieries: 40
  • FOM January 2012
Add a Place at Table

Add a Place at Table

Add a Place at Table

It is a food, educational and recreational support project for children and young people in the poor neighborhoods of the city of Medellin, Colombia. For everyone a table to eat, a table to learn, a table to play. Colombia has been living in civil war for more than 40 years and is seeing a progressive increase in armed conflict and violence. In this context, the phenomenon of "street children" has developed and worsened more and more, children and adolescents who are victims of family and school abandonment, who live on alms and petty crime. General objectives of the project With the project "Add a seat at the table" the Giuseppini del Murialdo, with MURIALDO WORLD onlus, want to guarantee every day to hundreds of children and young people under the age of 14, welcome and assistance by offering them: a hot meal (a table to eat), educators who accompany them on their school journey (a table to learn), a space where you can play (a table to play), in order to offer opportunities for social integration and support to children and their families in order to counter the indices of violence, illegality and apathy in the area. Specific objectives of the project In particular, the project has as beneficiaries more than 200 poor children and young people for whom you want to: Improve food and health conditions. Promote basic education, raise the level of education and create the conditions for access to higher education. Promote integral development by carrying out prevention activities.  

  • Colombia
  • Number of beneficieries: 200
  • FOM August 2015
Scholarship for Studies

Scholarship for Studies

Scholarship for Studies

Colombia has been living in civil war for more than 50 years. Although the conflict officially ended with the peace treaty in 2016, violence continues in many areas of the country, increasingly connected to drug trafficking. Parallel to the expansion of the conflict and the political violence, Colombian cities are severely hit by a new wave of criminal acts and selective murders against members of the weakest and most marginalized sections of society (poor people, street children, small drug dealers, drug addicts, prostitutes and homosexuals). with the term “limpieza social” (social cleansing), it is one of the major consequences of the serious social conflict and of the discriminating and excluding policies of the economic and political classes. General objective of the project Accompany and support young university students from the La Sierra and Villa Turbay neighborhoods, educating them to be committed to their neighborhood. Specific objectives of the project Support young university students in the La Sierra and Villa Turbay districts, offering them a supplementary scholarship, which allows them to support the costs of transport, food and teaching materials. Accompany young people in their studies, constantly monitoring their performance and supporting them in learning. Educating young university students to serve the community, suggesting volunteering as a return for the scholarship received.

  • Colombia
  • Number of beneficieries: 6
  • FOM January 2019
Beyond the Walls

Beyond the Walls

Beyond the Walls

Project to guarantee food, education and medical care to hundreds of children and families in difficulty in Mexico, without uprooting them from their loved ones, culture and territory. General objectives of the project Guarantee respect for fundamental human rights to children and young people: FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, EDUCATION, PROTECTION and PLAY Promote solutions that, instead of creating "walls" and divisions between peoples, are able to create "bridges" between them. Specific objectives of the project The project aims to offer children and young people from 3 different Mexican cities (Mexico City, Aguascalientes and Hermosillo) concrete support in these 3 areas: Educational (school fees, books and teaching materials, etc.), to which 50% of the economic resources are dedicated; Healthcare (medicines, medical treatments, visits, etc.), to which 25% of the economic resources are dedicated; Socio-family (help to the child's family, food program, recreational activities, etc.), to which 25% of the economic resources are dedicated. With the project "Beyond the Walls" in Mexico we try to help young people, with their families, who find themselves in situations of economic and family difficulty, also following the devastating earthquake that occurred in September 2017, with priority to those who are children of Inmigrantes. We try to offer the latter a special accompaniment towards obtaining a technical training capable of offering them a job in Mexico. In this way, it is avoided that these young people, together with their parents, retry emigrating to the USA as illegal immigrants, which unfortunately happens with great frequency even in the "Trump" period. Whenever possible, and where conditions of generalized need exist, we prefer to help an entire school class of children, guaranteeing indiscriminate support among schoolchildren belonging to the same group.

  • Messico
  • Number of beneficieries: 25
  • FOM November 2018
Add a Place at Table

Add a Place at Table

Add a Place at Table

It is a food, educational and recreational support project for children and young people in the poor neighborhoods of the city of Medellin, Colombia. For everyone a table to eat, a table to learn, a table to play. Colombia has been living in civil war for more than 40 years and is seeing a progressive increase in armed conflict and violence. In this context, the phenomenon of "street children" has developed and worsened more and more, children and adolescents who are victims of family and school abandonment, who live on alms and petty crime. General objectives of the project With the project "Add a seat at the table" the Giuseppini del Murialdo, with MURIALDO WORLD onlus, want to guarantee every day to hundreds of children and young people under the age of 14, welcome and assistance by offering them: a hot meal (a table to eat), educators who accompany them on their school journey (a table to learn), a space where you can play (a table to play), in order to offer opportunities for social integration and support to children and their families in order to counter the indices of violence, illegality and apathy in the area. Specific objectives of the project In particular, the project has as beneficiaries more than 200 poor children and young people for whom you want to: Improve food and health conditions. Promote basic education, raise the level of education and create the conditions for access to higher education. Promote integral development by carrying out prevention activities.  

  • Colombia
  • Number of beneficieries: 200
  • FOM August 2015
Scholarship for Studies

Scholarship for Studies

Scholarship for Studies

Colombia has been living in civil war for more than 50 years. Although the conflict officially ended with the peace treaty in 2016, violence continues in many areas of the country, increasingly connected to drug trafficking. Parallel to the expansion of the conflict and the political violence, Colombian cities are severely hit by a new wave of criminal acts and selective murders against members of the weakest and most marginalized sections of society (poor people, street children, small drug dealers, drug addicts, prostitutes and homosexuals). with the term “limpieza social” (social cleansing), it is one of the major consequences of the serious social conflict and of the discriminating and excluding policies of the economic and political classes. General objective of the project Accompany and support young university students from the La Sierra and Villa Turbay neighborhoods, educating them to be committed to their neighborhood. Specific objectives of the project Support young university students in the La Sierra and Villa Turbay districts, offering them a supplementary scholarship, which allows them to support the costs of transport, food and teaching materials. Accompany young people in their studies, constantly monitoring their performance and supporting them in learning. Educating young university students to serve the community, suggesting volunteering as a return for the scholarship received.

  • Colombia
  • Number of beneficieries: 6
  • FOM January 2019
For a new Missionary

For a new Missionary

For a new Missionary

The “For a new missionary” campaign aims to support young students who want to embark on a path of faith in their land, which is a mission land for us, but do not have sufficient resources to maintain their studies. Helping a future missionary it means giving an opportunity for self-sustenance in the mission land, from an ever less welfare perspective. Con 200 € al mese potrai aiutare un seminarista nel suo percorso di formazione per diventare Giuseppina e Sacerdote a servizio dei più poveri.     Donations, tax deductible, can be made in installments:  monthly from € 200  half-yearly from € 1,200  annual from € 2,400     How to support them? Postal Bulletin on the C / C n. 1001330032 Name: Murialdo World Onlus Reason: For a new Missionary Bank transfer to Poste Italiane Payable to: Murialdo World Onlus IBAN Code: IT 17 E 07601 03200 001001330032 Reason: For a new Missionary   See the brochure

  • India, Messico, Africa
  • Number of beneficieries: 40
  • FOM January 2012
Let us unite against Covid-19

Let us unite against Covid-19

Let us unite against Covid-19

It is a Project to counter the spread of the invisible enemy Covid-19 in the outskirts of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in particular in the indigenous villages located in the cities of Baeza, Archidona and Tena. The indigenous villages of the Napo region are experiencing a dramatic situation in 2020 for several reasons. Last April, there was an oil spill due to the rupture of the oil pipeline that polluted the Napo River. It caused the death of plenty of fish and animals normally present in the forest. A few days earlier the Napo River had flooded various villages and their schools, sweeping away books, notebooks, desks and cupboards. Finally, the Covid-19 pandemic has also arrived, which is still claiming victims especially among the elderly and the poorest. There is a lack of medicines, especially for respiratory and lung problems, masks, gloves, gels, material to purify water and in general there is a lack of food. In rural areas, communications are interrupted due to successive landslides and floods in the first half of 2020. If we add that normally in these places even the light and the telephone sometimes do not work and the internet signal is poor. One can rightly imagine how the invisible enemy Covid- 19 is even more invisible and capable of generating a real massacre in these peripheries of the world.   General objectives of the project We offer a radio information service bridging with the villages. Even those not reached by electricity, using rechargeable batteries and electric generators, broadcasting specific radio programs for the Covid-19 emergency. Through which we collect requests for help or warnings of diseases in the process of spreading, in order to inform promptly the competent health bodies for their prompt intervention. Countering the lack of food and medical supplies by distributing them especially in the areas most affected by Covid-19.   Specific objectives of the project We broadcast through Radio Voz del Napo, social and health programs for children and young people, specific for the Covid-19 emergency, including them among those already underway such as, for example, catechism and entertainment. Provide on the Radio interventions by doctors and experts in the socio-health field, for advice on the hygiene - health, food and social behaviours to be adopted to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection. We distribute health materials to counter the spread of Covid-19 such as masks, gloves, hydro-alcoholic gel, drinking water, food and antiviral and anti-inflammatory medicines for the respiratory tract.

  • Ecuador
  • Number of beneficieries: 220
  • FOM May 2020
Beyond the Walls

Beyond the Walls

Beyond the Walls

Project to guarantee food, education and medical care to hundreds of children and families in difficulty in Mexico, without uprooting them from their loved ones, culture and territory. General objectives of the project Guarantee respect for fundamental human rights to children and young people: FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, EDUCATION, PROTECTION and PLAY Promote solutions that, instead of creating "walls" and divisions between peoples, are able to create "bridges" between them. Specific objectives of the project The project aims to offer children and young people from 3 different Mexican cities (Mexico City, Aguascalientes and Hermosillo) concrete support in these 3 areas: Educational (school fees, books and teaching materials, etc.), to which 50% of the economic resources are dedicated; Healthcare (medicines, medical treatments, visits, etc.), to which 25% of the economic resources are dedicated; Socio-family (help to the child's family, food program, recreational activities, etc.), to which 25% of the economic resources are dedicated. With the project "Beyond the Walls" in Mexico we try to help young people, with their families, who find themselves in situations of economic and family difficulty, also following the devastating earthquake that occurred in September 2017, with priority to those who are children of Inmigrantes. We try to offer the latter a special accompaniment towards obtaining a technical training capable of offering them a job in Mexico. In this way, it is avoided that these young people, together with their parents, retry emigrating to the USA as illegal immigrants, which unfortunately happens with great frequency even in the "Trump" period. Whenever possible, and where conditions of generalized need exist, we prefer to help an entire school class of children, guaranteeing indiscriminate support among schoolchildren belonging to the same group.

  • Messico
  • Number of beneficieries: 25
  • FOM November 2018
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