What We Do
In 3 years of activity, Mission Bambini Switzerland has supported 19 aid projects in 11 countries worldwide. In 2017 there has been an increase in the number of projects supported with different purposes and in different areas.
Uganda: Can’t Wait to LearnMission Bambini has set up an education project for children and young people in West Nile, Uganda with the aim of achieving an inclusive and quality education by applying the Can't Wait to Learn program to the centers of the Accelerated Education Program, up to obtaining a first level diploma for 600 refugee children or West Nile host communities. It is a technology for innovative education that provides the supply of support materials to the Can't wait to Learn tablets, the distribution of tablets for 600 children and the training of 16 teachers and facilitators on the use of the program. Putting children, parents and future leaders in the condition to be able to act is vital to bring about change.
Uganda: Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital
More than ten years ago, the civil war that for twenty years has tormented Uganda still makes its consequences felt. Here, in the city of Kalongo, Mission Bambini Switzerland supports the "Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital", founded in 1957 by Father Giuseppe Ambrosoli, an Italian doctor and missionary. Thanks to the support of the Foundation, the pediatric ward will be retrained, where about 4,000 children are hospitalized annually. The spaces are reorganized to make the medical service more efficient and the patient stay more comfortable.
Switzerland : Robotics laboratory
Mission Bambini Switzerland in the wake of the experience realized in 2018 intends to continue with activities in support of children with special educational needs and with particular learning difficulties through the methodologies already tested and based on the use of robotics, technologies and study results and more recent international scientific researches An innovative educational experience, thanks to which the children and young people involved will be able to: improve their basic scholastic skills, acquire useful scientific skills also from a work perspective, benefit from processes of effective integration and inclusion.
Switzerland: Intergenerational Park
Mission Bambini has started in Morbio, in Switzerland, the project “Intergenerational park” with the intention to make a playground inside the retirement home managed by the San Rocco Foundation.
The integration of early childhood services inside the retirement home allows to accommodate children in spaces dedicated to them, offering at the same time the opportunity of interaction both with the residents and the visitors of the house, educating them to a dimension of community and care which families, always less numerous, can no longer offer. To know more»
Bangladesh and India: Pink scholarships
Through Mission Bambini Switzerland is possible to activate a “pink scholarship”: to support deserving or poor girls in the final phase of their studies, helping them to reach the diploma, a professional qualification or the degree. Now it is possible to have a pink scholarship in Bangladesh and India. Donors are receiving periodical updates on the progress of the girls, in order to follow, step by step, the phases of this important social change.
Jordan: a new school
In Jordan, inside the refugee camp of Za’atari where about 80.000 syrian refugee are living, Mission Bambini has inaugurated a new school “Rebuilt school” to guarantee he access to quality instruction for 250 syrian refugee children living in the camp.the right to study becomes reality also for these syrian children living in the dramatic situation of refugee. We believe that only giving to the children the opportunity to study is possible to build a peaceful future”. To know more»
In many countries, access to education is still a daily challenge for millions of children. Thanks to individual Long-Distance Sponsorships (each donor is linked to a single child), Mission Bambini Switzerland guarantees children the right to a good education every year, by means of covering schooling costs: entry fees, books and uniforms.
It has been estimated that every year 1 million children are born with congenital heart disease all over the world. Around 80% are born in a poor country: half of them won’t survive beyond the first year due to lack of medical help and surgical facilities; the others will suffer serious growth problems and difficulties in their psychosomatic development. Through “Children’s Heart” Program Mission Bambini Switzerland supports humanitarian missions of medical volunteers or supports local hospitals in the following Countries: Brazil, Cambodia, Kenya, Romania, Zimbabwe.