Stay by our side. Donate to the Earthquake Emergency in Türkiye. A little over 3 weeks have passed since the strong tremors devastated Türkiye and Syria and the numbers are those of an unprecedented humanitarian disaster: 17 million people affected, 50,000 people dead, hundreds of thousands injured and over 1 million people with no homes […]Continue
Our intervention in the areas affected by the earthquake
CESVI together with the partners of Alliance2015 is intervening in the areas affected by the earthquake to face the emergency.
In Turkey, thanks to Concern, we are completing a needs assessment in the locations where we were already operational: Sanliurfa, Gaziantep, Adiyaman, Malatia.
Pakistan, the consequences of the flood also affect food security
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.
War in Ukraine: our commitment to refugees
The number of people fleeing the conflict has now exceeded 3.6 million. Over 320,000 have so far found shelter in Hungary. Many are passing through the town of Zahóny, where Cesvi has set up a tent structure that can accommodate up to 10,000 refugees a day and offer a hot meal, Wi-Fi and legal advice. […]Continue
Cesvi in Romania to protect women and children fleeing the war in Ukraine
In partnership with Sos Bambini Romania in the Little Prince Centre in Sighetu Marmației. Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, 535,461 refugees have crossed into Romania (UNHCR) – through the three official border entry points and from Moldova, which many refugees transit through before arriving in the country. One of the border crossings […]Continue
Covid-19, Cesvi: two years fighting against the emergency in Bergamo and in the world
The shortage of masks and medical devices, social isolation, the fear of first leaving home and then losing their jobs. Two years after the beginning of the Covid-19 emergency and on the occasion of the dramatic recurrence of the National Day in Memory of the Victims of the Coronavirus Epidemic (18th of March), Cesvi recalls […]Continue
Cesvi launches the online event “Changing future” on climate crisis
Join “Changing future” on November 12th at 5.45 pm, live on Cesvi Facebook and Youtube channels. “Changing future” is the first event within the international programme 1Planet4All.Continue
Coronavirus and the elderly: more than 1,000 over-65s helped in Bergamo and Milan
Two projects to help the elderly in Bergamo and Milan. Workers and volunteers providing home deliveries of groceries, meals, and medicines.Continue
Cesvi against COVID-19 in the world’s southern countries
Cesvi’s work in the world does not stop during the COVID-19 emergency. The organization activated all the channels to spread specific interventions related to the emergency among the world. Cesvi is training and managing health professionals and providing new protective and medical equipment to protect vulnerable people and children in the different countries in which it operates.Continue