In Pakistan, the number of people affected by the floods continues to remain dramatic: 33 million, of which 7.9 million are internally displaced.
Even if the rainy season is drawing to a close, in the southern provinces the situation is still critical and there is indeed an increase in the water level in the flooded areas.
Since 2008 Legami has supported CESVI and its projects to fight hunger and protect women and children through the sale of calendars. A very rich collection in different formats and subjects that supports the activities of the House of Smiles in South Africa.
CESVI, with the continuous support and commitment of the Giuseppe and Pericle Lavazza Foundation, has been involved for years in the reforestation of the Peruvian Amazon in collaboration with the Peruvian Ministry of the Environment and local indigenous communities with the FOREST GUARDIANS project.
In Pakistan, about 7.6 million people, almost half of whom are children, are displaced, are still in a state of emergency and are in need of help (OCHA, 2022). At least 23,900 schools have been damaged or destroyed by floods across the country, most of them in Sindh. Of those remaining, 5,500 are used as rescue camps.
India and, in particular, the Tamil Nadu area, experienced alternating and very serious phases also in 2022 regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, in the spring of 2022, the country proved to be a worrying basin of infections and deaths due to the Coronavirus, with consequences on the return to school and the return to normalcy in the following months.
Great success for the CESVI Foundation Charity night 2022 which was held on Thursday 15 September at Kilometro Rosso – Innovation District – in Bergamo and which collected 80,000 euros in donations to support the Case del Sorriso around the world, places where children who are victims of poverty, neglect and neglect can receive care, protection, and love.
Between 8 and 10 September, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres organized a visit to Pakistan to offer solidarity and support to the local community. Since June of this year, the country is experiencing a serious humanitarian crisis, caused by one of the worst monsoon seasons in its history.
The artistic event Storie ad acquerello will return to Bergamo on 23, 24, and 25 September, and will bring the city back to a veiled and magical atmosphere, thanks to international artists and a prestigious historical and cultural context.
On 15 September 2022 at the Kilometro Rosso – Innovation District in Bergamo, CESVI Foundation will organize a Charity Dinner, the proceeds of which will be entirely donated to support the Case del Sorriso in Italy and around the world.