Chosen among the 10 winning projects of the contest “Energy, Art and Sustainability for Africa” promoted by ENI, DREAM is attending Expo for a whole week between the 22nd and 29th of October.
A photographic exhibit about DREAM’s activities welcomes visitors at the entrance of the exposition.
There was great participation and interest in DREAM’s results, which were presented at the initial opening conference of the project on the 22nd of October at the Media Center at Expo by Noorjehan Majid (Director of the DREAM program in Mozambique) and Pacem Kawonga (DREAM Coordinator in Lilongwe in Malawi and author of the book “A better tomorrow for my children”).
Giovanna Bianchi’s words (Vice President Sustainability Process Eni): “In the African continent, since Enrico Mattei, we interact with international organizations and analyze the needs of the community in order to help them through the process of modernization, preserving their traditions and respecting the environment”, share the same spirit with which DREAM has been treating the sick for almost 15 years.
The 29th of October, at the pavilion of Angola, the presentation will be dedicated to the new challenges of DREAM 2.0 and to the use of renewable energies in support of healthcare in Africa.