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Piccola ImprenditriceMa Bae Da diventa imprenditrice!

Quanta soddisfazione si prova quando un progetto, fatto di numeri, proiezioni, ipotesi, valutazioni, genera alla fine delle vicende umane, fatte di persone, di nomi, di esperienze e di cambiamenti sostanziali di vita. E’ quello che è successo con il progetto di ‘Formazione e Microimpresa Femminile’ nelle comunità Shan, in Myanmar, finanziato da Fondazione Prosolidar Onlus. E questa è la storia di Ma Bae Da, una delle beneficiarie del villaggio di Nanoar e del suo negozio di sfiziosi snack da lei prodotti e venduti grazie alle competenze acquisite attraverso il corso sulla corretta conservazione dei cibi organizzato da NH.

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testi cambo sitoThe big story of little Chhin Chin 

Big changes come from little stories 

Chhin Chin is a shy 8 years old girl. She has some disabilities, which limits her movements and prevents her from taking care of herself.  Her parents are farmers and live in Kondal Village, Tropeang Chan Commune,Boribor District and Kompong Chhnang Province. Chhin Chin’ s family showed signs of neglect and ignorance, suitable soil for raising prejudice and intolerance .Her parents and siblings do not pay attention to her necessities and ignore her psychological and physical needs. They do not care in helping her to perform good hygiene, take good care of herself, take her to appropriate health facilities, take her to school. They justify themselves by saying they are very busy working and her sisters have to go to school. Her family face food shortage and debts. The situation really makes her parents very concerned and depressed. They drink and use alcohol to reduce stress and sad feeling. This was the situation the our staff had to deal with. The staff worked hard to identify the main problems of Chhin Chin and her family in order to provide feasible solutions.

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Seng Mara con gli altri ragazzi a Kampong SomSeng Mara's story

Seng Mara is a 18-years old boy with Epilepsy, tetrabasic, and mental retardation-Spastic Psychotherapy.

He has 9 siblings (2 sisters and 7 brothers) and he comes from a very simple family.

We met him in 2009, when he entered in our CBR project. When we met him he was a shy and solitary boy. He lived isolated from the society because his parents did not take care of him and he was not taken to join other social events. He did not like playing with other persons, except his parents and siblings.

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Kunthy nel centro disabiliKunthy's story

Kunthy is a 9-year-old boy who lives in Dangkhao Mao village, Kompong Chhnang Province.

Kunthy has Down syndrome and Mental Retardation.

As it often happens in Cambodia, his mother didn’t know the importance of antenatal care and, although she felt dizzy and too weak during pregnancy, she went to the health centre for regular visits only twice.

When Kunthy was born, his parents didn’t know about his disease. They just noticed that his face was strange and, lately, that he could not speak as normal children did.

Two months after his birth, Kunthy frequently got sick and he lost 1.5kg of his weight.

We met his family and we proposed them to enter our “nutritional support project”, thanks to which he started to gain weight like other normal kids.

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Kyaing Tong: acqua potabile per 4 villaggi

Una donna attinge l'acqua al nuovo pozzoDomenica 23 Marzo, alla presenza delle autorità locali e militari, è stato inaugurato il nuovo water supply system costruito da New Humanity per i villagi di Loimwe, Kun Sai Upper, Kun Sai Lower e Ywa Thit appartenenti alla township di Loimwe.

Il nuovo sistema consiste in una pompa elettrica alimentata a pannelli solari, una cisterna della capacità di 30.000 galloni inglesi e di un sistema di distribuzione a gravità che porta l’acqua in 22 punti suddivisi nei quattro villaggi.

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