CEducational competition of debates between high schools throughout Italy.
Exponi le tue idee! (Expose your ideas!) is an educational competition based on debate and cross-examination aimed at Italian high schools. The boys and girls who participate have the task of deepening the topics proposed in the challenges that are inspired by highly topical global issues, such as: human rights, inclusion, participation, environmental protection, sustainability, non-discrimination, migration and development.
Exponi le tue idee! is an opportunity to exercise participation and active citizenship for students, teachers and volunteers. Two teams face each other in a debate that will see the main characters argue and defend theses or antitheses in relation to specific global issues. Only one of the two teams will be the winner, demonstrating the validity of its thesis on the one of the opponent. Students will need good research, exposition and argumentation skills.
By debating on opposing theses, the winner will be the team that will make its position prevail without, however, overpowering the other team.
The answer is the creation of the FARN (from the French Foyers d'Apprentissage et de Réhabilitation Nutritionnels): training and food rehabilitation centres, which, through the active involvement of mothers and community leaders, improve the resilience of the communities in order for them to directly be able to promote the practices conducive to improving food security and nutrition.
We are committed to promoting hygiene by raising awareness in the community, focusing, more specifically, on a campaign to build endogenous hand-washing devices.
In recent years we have been working in the renewable energy sector, specifically installing autonomous photovoltaic systems in 26 health centres and solar pumps to make water resources accessible, both in quantity and quality, to the population that benefits from the services of the health centre.
In 2017, we began the collaboration with the UNHCR for the health care of returnees, refugees and asylum-seekers from the Democratic Republic of Congo. We implemented a programme aimed at strengthening health services in five refugee camps, guaranteeing health care for thousands of people.