Objective Gioia Tauro. As the first action, the Unicef Italy and the Municipality of Gioia Tauro have started today the distribution of clothing, accessories and school supplies for the children and young people of the popular houses of via Ciambra, where there are about 150 families and homes, abusive behaviour via Asmara (about seventy families). “We decided to start the new year in the best possible way, working for the future and the well-being of children in italy, and in particular in calabria, in the territory of Gioia Tauro,” said the president of Unicef, Francis Samengo.
The children can't pay for the adults. The objective is the requalification of the environmental, social and economic life of the community. Said the mayor, Aldo Alessio: “The synergy with Unicef, serves to focus the problems of the smaller and more helpless, who can not pay the responsibility of those who in these years have pretended not to see. We begin on a path to build together a new world, better and different”.
Calabria, 42.8% of children are poor. In the region, live 320.169 children and young people, 16.4% of the total population of the region. “The percentage of children in relative poverty in Calabria is 20 points higher than the national average, and equal to 42.8% of the residents. Minors at risk of poverty and social exclusion are the 49,4% compared to the national average of 32.1%. For this our 2020 starts from Calabria,” says the president of Unicef Italy.
The commitment to Gioia Tauro. And’ the support of the administration and the network of local associations to ensure that children and young people of the town of Gioia Tauro access to basic rights: health, quality education, combating gender discrimination, combating violence and inequality, poverty or child labour. And to stimulate a sustainable economic growth, inclusive and sustainable family units.
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