CEAL – Centre d’éveil et apprentissage de Léogane
Where and when: Léogane, Haiti; established 2011
The community centre carries out many activities: literacy programs for adults, promotion of rights for children and for people with disabilities, meetings to raise awareness and promote healthy lifestyles, but above all the centre has established itself as the reference point for deaf people in the province. CEAL now offers a school for children with special needs and for deaf people. Find more information: here
Goals to achieve:
Maintain and strengthen the school and CEAL’s activities, including: continuous training of the school’s staff, provide training in sign language to families and the community, continue regular courses and provide new offerings of specific courses (for example, in agroecology, art education and crafts, physiotherapy, etc.)
Required budget: $ 20,000 a year to maintain the basic activities.
Where and when: Milan and Venice from 2020 – ongoing
Description: In the sea code QX1 indicates permission to anchor in this port. Starting from this first welcome gesture, the site and the QX1 APP want to collect and share information dedicated to migrant women and men, girls and boys in a special way, giving a voice (therefore using voice recordings) to migrants, but also giving a space to those who organize social spaces and occasions for inclusion and solidarity in the city. Created by the Collectif Transbordeur, QX1 in Marseille has been in operation for years. Now it is in Italy for the first time, thanks to the Milan-Venice Welcome Map project
Project funded by 8perMille of the Waldensian Church.
Goals to achieve: 2 web sites and 2 Apps : www.qx1-venezia.org / www.qx1-milano.org
Budget needed: 12.970 euro