“We need to do networking everywhere, especially when it comes to Africa and to great needs. Any form of collaboration that brings benefits to where they are needed is welcome”.
These are the words of Paola Germano, the scientific director of the Community of Sant’Egidio’s DREAM programme, who signed an agreement in the Central African Republic with the World Food Programme Italy and the Fondazione Santa Lucia Irccs, for a donation of 300 items of healthcare equipment.
“The Central African Republic is struggling to emerge from civil war and one of its many needs is healthcare, in particular for children because the country is a “world of children””.
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