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Supporting the initiative of Dr. Nzepa under patronage of the Red Cross

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The Association Ramus Oleae administered by immigrants for immigrants, a partner of small farmers, volunteers and organizations, offers them the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary for a successful integration in the area of Perugia. A series of programs will give support to refugees who would otherwise be without a job and marginalized by society.
The programs consist of:
Basic course in Italian language focused on work and job search strategies
• Training refunded in the care and maintenance of trees in collaboration with local farmers
• Opportunity to work within our network of farmers and producers in the agricultural sector
Cultural Mediation
Awakening awareness and intercultural awareness through workshops with the Umbra Institute
• Support medical, psychological and legal free or low cost offered by our network of volunteers

In addition, the organization plans to launch a social brand of olive oil, certified as organic and DOP. The programs listed above can be financed with the help of collateral, sponsorships from companies and individual donations.

In partnership with family-owned farms in the nature reserve of Lake Trasimeno, we hope to restore and give back to the production multitude of abandoned olive trees in the area. By doing this, we will try to give a new life to the production of crafts, the local economy, heritage and landscape.

Developing a sustainable model, educational and economic non-governmental, easily repeatable throughout the country, Ramus Oleae aims to reduce racism and to increase solidarity between refugees and the native Italian population.

EU and migration

In this three-part special edition of Perspectives we look at Europe’s recurring summer migrant tragedy; the other side of the immigration debate that causes such division in Europe.

Soon the number of migrants italy has plucked from the cruel seas this year will go past 100,000. The annual trickle has become a flood of boats with Libya descending into chaos. This is where 90 percent of this summer’s north African exodus comes from.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the spread of Ebola in West Africa an international health emergency.WHO officials said a coordinated international response was essential to stop and reverse the spread of the virus.The announcement came after experts convened a two-day emergency meeting in Switzerland.So far more than 930 people have died from Ebola in West Africa this year.The United Nations health agency said the outbreak was an “extraordinary event”.”The possible consequences of further international spread are particularly serious in view of the virulence of the virus, the intensive community and health facility transmission patterns, and the weak health systems in the currently affected and most at-risk countries,” it said in a statement.TAG:WHO: Ebola ‘an international emergency’Ebola outbreak in West Africa global emergency – CNN.comWHO declares Ebola outbreak an international public health ..WHO declares Ebola epidemic a global emergency – YahoWHO: Ebola an international health emergency | News24Ebola outbreak ‘international public health emergency’Ebola epidemic international health emergency – ITV.comEbola Outbreak Is International Public Health EmergencyWHO: Ebola Is Now An International Health Emergency ..WHO: Ebola outbreak is an international health emergency …BBC News – WHO: Ebola ‘an international emergency’Ebola is international health emergency – WMUR.comWHO: Ebola Outbreak is a Public Health EmergencyWHO: Ebola an international health emergency – Al ArabiWHO says Ebola outbreak is public health emergencyWHO: Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an international ..Ebola Outbreak 2014: WHO Could Declare Emergency of …Ebola Outbreak ‘International Public Health Emergency’Expert Panel to Consult on Ebola – NYTimes.comWHO starts emergency talks on Ebola – BBC.comSearch ResultsEbola outbreak now international emergency: WHOWHO declares Ebola epidemic an international health …Ebola: UN health agency to convene emergency meeting on Ebola crisis: WHO decides whether to declare international …Ebola an ‘international health emergency’ – Al JazeeraWorld Health Organization Says Ebola Outbreak “Wasn’t ..WHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergencyWHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency …WHO | Ebola virus disease update – West AfricaWhat Happens if the WHO Declares Ebola an ‘Emergency of .WHO: Ebola Is Now An International Health Emergency .Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – Wfie.comWHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – NewsEbola an international health emergency – Euro Asia NewsWHO declares Ebola epidemic an international healthEbola outbreak is a public health emergency – WSFA 12 NewsEbola outbreak is a public health emergency – The Fresno BeeEbola outbreak is international public health emergencyEbola outbreak is a public health emergency – WNCN.comEbola outbreak is a public health emergency – Times UnionEbola Outbreak Is a Public Health Emergency – 6ABC.comWHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – KPTV ..Ebola ‘an international emergency’ | Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – World ..Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – The TribuneWHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency – WBRCEbola outbreak is a public health emergency.

More than 2,000 illegal migrants sailing from North Africa have been saved off the southern coast of Sicily over the past two days, the Italian navy said on Wednesday.

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According to the navy, a total of 2,128 migrants were rescued before disembarking on the island; 600 were picked up at sea on Monday while on their way to the port of Augusta.

On Tuesday about 500 African migrants stormed their way past the triple-layered border fences of the Spanish African enclave of Melilla, in what Spanish authorities called one of the largest such crossings in years.

Spain has two enclaves in Morocco: Melilla and Ceuta, which are both located on the northern tip of Morocco. Thousands of migrants from all over Africa camp on the Moroccan side of the enclaves’ border every year waiting for an opportunity to scale the fence and enter European territory.

Regarded by many would-be migrants as Europe’s back-door, Italy and Spain have been struggling with illegal immigration for decades.

But according to the latest data released from the European Union’s border agency, Frontex, more than 20,000 migrants entered Europe illegally through Italy’s Lampedusa and Sicily in the third quarter of 2013 alone.

Due to the current political instability in North Africa and the Middle East, the number of illegal migrants has sky-rocketed in recent years.

Course Title: Global Right to health
( Training course for health volunteers in Africa)

Course Director : Dr A. Giamperoli
Director and Chief Corporate Planning and Control AUSL Cesena

Request for CME accreditation :
 employees of the Hospital of Cesena
 nurses
 doctors ( general practitioners , specialists in gastroenterology , gynecology and anesthesia ) .

Number of participants: 30 people

Date of Course:
 Friday, 11 October 2013 ( 14.00-19.00 )
 Saturday, October 12, 2013 ( 09:30 to 19:15 hours )

Course Venue : Museum of the Marine . Via Armellini , 18 Cesenatico (FC)

For information and registration :
 CRI Cesenatico , Tel: 0547 673334 (Mrs. Marika , 09-14 hours )
 Dr. Francis Sietchping Nzepa ( Mobile 3935392111 , e- mail: dr.francissiet @ )

Promoter of the course: Red Cross Cesenatico

 in collaboration with Diabetic Association of Cesenatico
Co  the international partnership of the Red Cross Njombé – Penja in Cameroon
 with the support and patronage of the Municipality of Cesenatico , Municipality of Cesena and AUSL Cesena.





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One century after the foundation (1913) the Lambarene hospital reminds the heritage of the Nobel prize.


In this special episode  Presadiretta tales you in SOUTH SUDAN, a country ravaged by war and now need everything. But there are Italian donors thanks to AMREF, an NGO, they were able to put on a great little miracle, a school for nurses and midwives who are saving the lives of hundreds of people.

Neurology cooperation in Africa, the EFNS perspective

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