COOPI’s presence in the country, which dates back to 1994, allows us to fully understand the problems that affect the country. Nowadays we provide assistance to refugees/IPDs and to members of the native population; we take care of children affected by malnutrition; we reinforce basic educational structures, as well as providing psychological support where traumas have been experienced. We support single childcare centres, providing training relative to the centre’s management, staff training regarding psychosocial support, promoting public events of children’s rights and child labour. To improve the living conditions of rural populations and respond to chronic food insecurity, we invest in resilience interventions that allow the population to overcome traumatic experiences caused by the lack of means of subsistence.
*Data about COOPI’s achievements are based on its latest balance sheet
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