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Condé Nast Social Talent Agency launches a fundraiser to support CESVI – Italian Cuisine

Condé Nast Social Talent Agency launches a fundraiser to support CESVI

The Social Media Talent Management agency of Condé Nast also takes the field by opening a fundraiser in favor of Cesvi to support the intensive care of the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital in Bergamo

In this emergency medical situation, too Condé Nast Social Talent Agency (CNSTA) – agency dedicated to Social Media Talent Management and which currently includes 30 talent – wants to make its contribution through the organization of a fundraiser in favor of Cesvi (cesvi.org): one of the frontline healthcare organizations in the fight against coronavirus. Founded in Bergamo in 1985, the organization works for 35 years all over the world to face the most serious humanitarian emergencies and to carry out concrete projects to fight poverty and sustainable development.

A fundraiser, also promoted by CNSTA talents in favor of intensive care at the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital in Bergamo, one of the hardest hit right now, to support the purchase of respirators, lung ventilators, surgical masks, reinforced waterproof gowns or nitrile gloves, but also in favor of elderly population of Milan and Bergamo, supporting Cesvi in the delivery of meals, groceries, masks or medicines to those over 65 at home.

Direct donations from the campaign #CNSTAinsiemeper can be made on the site https://www.cesvi.org/cnstainsiemeper-cesvi/

Coronavirus, Unicef ​​helps Italy and launches a fundraiser – Italian Cuisine

Coronavirus, Unicef ​​helps Italy and launches a fundraiser

Coronavirus: for the first time UNICEF intervenes in Italy by sending health materials and launches a fundraiser

The health crisis caused by the spread of coronavirus pushed theUNICEF to send aid to Italy exceptionally, in particular: surgical masks, surgical and test gloves, protective suits and goggles, masks, gowns and thermometers. In support of the Italian government, of the extraordinary commissioner for the coronavirus emergency Domenico Arcuri, and of the Civil Protection, the health structures most in need of health materials will be identified to counter and contain the spread of Covid-19.

"This represents a first concrete aid from UNICEF – to be followed by others – for health workers working on the front lines in our country," said the President of UNICEF Italy Francesco Samengo. «But our commitment will also continue with other initiatives and today with the launch of a campaign fundraiser that will see us committed to dealing with this emergency in the coming months. It is already possible today to make one donation through the website. It is a race against time, we ask everyone to donate. Only together can we do it .

UNICEF's action is aimed at all vulnerable families and children in many countries of the world and in Italy affected by this pandemic. Since late January, we have worked in many areas:

In China: UNICEF has so far delivered thousands of N95 masks, surgical masks, protective suits, gowns, protective goggles, surgical and test gloves, sample collection kits, thermometers to the Chinese government.

In Malaysia and RDP of Laos, UNICEF provided essential personal protective equipment, other medical aids to support the health system response and handwashing aids.

In Eastern Asia and the Pacific over 80 million people reached by UNICEF with contagion prevention aid and messages.

In Southern Asiaso far, 36 million people have been reached by UNICEF with key messages on prevention using various social platforms.

In afghanistan: UNICEF is supporting hospitals in 5 regions on COVID-19, including through training of health personnel and has developed key messages on hygiene and health.

· In the Philippines, UNICEF has provided 20 hospital triage tents to the government.

In Algeria, Bhutan, Eritrea, Indonesia, Iran, Liberia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine and Venezuela UNICEF is sending personal protective equipment worth nearly one million dollars.

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