Education in Italy

Mission Bambini’s educational projects in Italy began in 2006, with the aim of promoting the mental and physical development of children at an early age, enhancing and innovating the teaching offered in suburban schools, and preventing school dropout among pupils, especially in contexts marked by deep material and educational poverty.

In response to the increase in the number of young people not engaged in education, training or work (the so-called NEETs – “Not in Employment, Education or Training”), Mission Bambini organizes courses to foster personal growth and the rediscovery of personal skills as elements of success and to expand both educational and employment opportunities.

I risultati in numeri

12,878

CHILDREN were able to access
early learning services.

14,527

STUDENTS were accompanied
in their studies.

1,239

YOUNG PEOPLE were included
in training and job counseling programs.

ACCESS TO CHILDREN'S SERVICES,
SUPPORT FOR PARENTING, AND
THE CREATION OF AN EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY

To guarantee children and their families in need free or subsidized access to early childhood education services: a unique opportunity to ensure the well-being and mental and physical development of children from the earliest years of life and to encourage the development of parenting skills.

To promote a “community-based” nursery and school model that makes childcare services highly accessible, inclusive and sustainable.

Programma di riferimento:

Scintilla (Spark): the Stars of Mission Bambini

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Programma di riferimento:

Ora di futuro

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SCHOOL 2.0

To shape a new school model – one that is innovative, technological, inclusive – through actions aimed at modernizing educational programs, renovating indoor and outdoor school spaces, and training teachers.

Programma di riferimento:

Strings

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FIGHTING AND PREVENTING
THE NEET PHENOMENON

To prevent school failure and dropout through study support programs, second-chance schools and vocational guidance courses.

To promote the access of young people to the working world.

Programma di riferimento:

Training Minds for the Future

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