E-Mail: segreteria@asigitalia.com

Cooperation for International Economic Exchange

The General Assembly of the NGO United Tows Agency for North-South Cooperation, local partner to ECOSOC (UN), has approved Asigitalia.

Enrolled in the register CH-550.1.160.191.0

E-Mail: segreteria@asigitalia.com

Cooperation for International Economic Exchange

The General Assembly of the NGO United Tows Agency for North-South Cooperation, local partner to ECOSOC (UN), has approved Asigitalia.

Enrolled in the register CH-550.1.160.191.0 

E-Mail: segreteria@asigitalia.com

Cooperation for International Economic Exchange

The General Assembly of the NGO United Tows Agency for North-South Cooperation, local partner to ECOSOC (UN), has approved Asigitalia.

Enrolled in the register CH-550.1.160.191.0 

Press

Press Release:

UTA Nigeria redefines

THE United Towns Agency for North SouthCooperation (UTA), Nigeria chapter, hastaken humanitarian services to a uniquelevel.UTA is a United Nations-accreditednon-governmental organisation that hasconsultative status with the United NationsEconomic and Social Council (ECOSOC).As part of its humanitarian services toassist the underprivileged, the Nigerianchapter of UTA, on February 3, handed overa letter of admission for full foreign university scholarship to two victims of insurgencyin one of the internally displaced persons(IDPs) camps in Abuja.The scholarship, which covers their instruction, accommodation, feeding and sundryexpenses, is for their four-year programme in the university.The scholarship was achieved with thesupport of the university, Insitut SuperieurSaint Paul de Tarse (ISSPT) based in Cotonou, Benin Republic.According to the UTA country president,Princess Abigail Amalaha, who led somemembers of the board of trustees and staffof UTA to the event, the gesture was UTA’slittle way of supporting intelligent studentswho found themselves in the camp out of nofault of theirs.Explaining that education is the bedrockof any society, she said that by educatingthem, they will become better members ofthe society and will be in a better position totake care of their family and other membersin the camp, who are now looking uponwith operational vehicles, motorbikesand other equipment to assist them movearound the state and perform their duties.The day he presented the vehicles, a visiblyangry Ortom said Benue has been pushedto the wall with persistent attacks on innocent farmers by herdsmen militia and he was not going to sit and fold his hands andallow his people to be wiped out.them as role models and worthy ambassadors.She told them that as ambassadors oftheir people in a foreign land, they shouldnot disappoint both their people and UTA.She admonished them to live an exemplarylife over there and always be conscious oftheir root.She further stated that the scholarship isfor the pilot test, adding that more of themwill benefit from the scheme in the nextphase.The beneficiaries are Miss Yohanna Alheri Kitawa, who will study Biotechnology,and Mr. Godwin Matthias Gatawa, who willstudy Political Science.Expressing joy and appreciation, amidsttears, on behalf of the family of the recipients and the IDPs, the camp chairman, Mr Philemon Emmanuel,wondered why the government will be moreinterested in rehabilitating the Boko Harammembers whereas they that are victims ofthe Boko Haram are left to their fate. “Whatan irony of life,” he wondered.The high point of the handing over ceremony of the admission letters is the feeding of the children at the camp and handingover of gifts to them by the UTA team.Philemon Emmanuel, stated that their joyknows no bound. He said that this type ofgesture is what they have been expectingfrom the government. He further explainedthat they have been in that camp since 2014with little or no tangible support from thevarious state or federal governments. Heurged other well meaning Nigerians andNGOs to emulate the good work of UTA.

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International NGO provides safe schools, water, hospitals to FCT rural communities

An international Non Governmental Organisatino (NGO), United Towns Agency (UTA), has expressed its commitment to embark on massive humanitarian activities in vulnerable rural communities in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). UTA is a United Nations accredited NGO that promotes North South Cooperation. It is prominent in over 110 countries and enjoys a consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council. UTA is actively involved in diverse fields from scientific exchange and humanitarian aid. It equally plays key role in  raising awareness towards international mechanism for the protection of human rights and establishing solid foundation for the implementation of its strategy for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals )SDGs).   Speaking at a media briefing in Abuja, Tuesday, the UTA Country President in Nigeria, Princess Abigail Chinyere Amalaha, said that the focus of the NGO will be to scale up access to safe drinking water to FCT rural communities. “Our first set of rural community projects are construction of two modern hospitals, rehabilitation and equipping of two primary schools in FCT, Abuja.   “The choice of the location of these projects will be determined by UTA board in consultation with the FCT traditional rulers council,” she said. The Country President of the UTA, further disclosed that: “Our focus is on scaling up access of FCT rural communities to safe drinking water, qualitative healthcare and education. It is a thing of regret and shame that we still find several rural communities in FCT Abuja, bereft of basic social amenities. “We cannot fold our arms and leave everything to the government.”   On the source of funding for the projects, Princes Amalaha said: “Let me quickly mention that UTA headquarters in Geneva, for now, has not given us money for the projects but they expect us to take initiate and they will come in later to support when they have seen evidence of seriousness and transparency in us.” She noted that UTA will also show interest in the 2023 election by ensuring that the votes of the Nigerians count and that the election is free, fair and credible. “It is also within the work plan of UTA to seek to defend the political rights of Nigerian electorates in the 2023 general election by ensuring that their votes count, free, fair and transparent. Elections is the bulwalk of a democratic government.   “The UTA will therefore, be constructively involved in the electioneering process as an observer. “The inalienable rights of the people to vote and be voted for without fear of molestation and inducement must be guaranteed. We will be working closely with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),” she stressed. Speaking on the modalities for raising the funds for the various projects, Prince Amalaha  explained that: “Our immediate goal is to raise intervention fund for the various humanitarian project and the official lunch will take place sometimes in September, 2022, in Abuja, Lagos and the six geo-political zones where our activities and impact are to be felt. “We shall embark on advocacy visits to eminent Nigerians to solicit their financial support. It is only when we start and undertake some projects that the UTA can allocate fund and equipment for our humanitarian activities in Nigeria.” Link: https://authorityngr.com/2022/07/19/international-ngo-provides-safe-schools-water-hospitals-to-fct-rural-communities/ Leggi Articolo

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UTA set to construct two hospitals in FCT

The United Town Agency(UTA) has said it is set to construct two hospitals, rehabilitation and equipping of two primary schools in its first set of Rural Community Projects in Nigeria. The country president of UTA, Chinyere Amalaha in her address at a press briefing in Abuja on Tuesday disclosed that the agency’s immediate plan is to embark on humanitarian activities in vulnerable rural communities of the Federal Capital Territory(FCT), Abuja. Amalaha further said that the UTA focus is on scaling up access of FCT rural communities to safe drinking water, qualitative healthcare and education, adding that it is a thing of regret and shame that there are still several rural communities in the FCT, lacking basic social amenities. Amalaha pointed out that the choice of the locations of these projects will be determined by the UTA board in consultation with the FCT Traditional Rulers Council. She said: “We cannot fold our arms and leave everything to the government. Let me quickly mention that UTA headquarters in Geneva, for now, has not given us money for the projects but they expect us to take the initiative and they will come in later to support us when they have seen evidence of seriousness and transparency in us.” Speaking further, Amalaha said “It is also within the work plan of UTA to seek to defend the political rights of Nigerian Electorates in the 2023 General Elections by ensuring that their votes count. Free, Fair and Transparent election is the bulwark of a democratic Government”. “The UTA will therefore be constructively involved in the electioneering process as an Observer. The inalienable rights of the people to vote and be voted for without fear of molestation and inducement must be guaranteed. We will be working closely with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).” Amalaha while expressing gratitude, said it is an auspicious moment to express profound gratitude to the UTA Headquarters particularly the Secretary-General, Eya Essif whose enormous support, encouragement and facilitation led to her victory at the just concluded election involving over 100 countries in Geneva, Switzerland adding that the Almighty God made it possible for her to bring the UTA Crown to Nigeria. “My appointment as UTA President is a clarion call to action and a big challenge for Nigeria to join the community of 110 nations to prove its mettle and that we are truly the giant of Africa by taking the lead in the humanitarian projects, Human Rights Protection, United Nations Social Development Goals and scientific endeavours which are the hub of UTA’s interventions in various countries around the world.” Link: https://tribuneonlineng.com/uta-set-to-construct-two-hospitals-in-fct/ Leggi Articolo

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IPEC microelectronics initiative 2

R&D&I projects must be of a major innovative nature or constitute an important added value in terms of R&D&I in the light of the state of the art in the sector concerned. Projects comprising of industrial deployment must allow for the development of a new product or service with high research and innovation content and/or the deployment of a fundamentally innovative production process.

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National Federation of Foreign Diplomats and Consuls in Italy.

Milan: The Association for the Italo-Eurasian Mediterranean economic exchange, called Asigitalia, is accredited by the Ong United Towns Agency ONU

Asigitalia awards Del Debbio and Ghali

Milan: the third edition of the 2019 Asigitalia International Award was held on Friday 17 May

The Gdp in Tunisia with Agisitalia and the Tunisian Ministry of Tourism and Crafts

Roni Al-Trabelsi receives a medal of honour as the best Minister who contributed to the development of tourism on the shores of the Mediterranean.

Milan: celebrated the 156th anniversary of the Constitution of the Italian Army

Event for the delivery of gifts to sick or poor children.

Initiative on Tuesday 11th-12th, gifts to children from Rome

Un centre de formation professionelle Italien à Tunis.

Tunis dreams of a model healthcare as in Lombardy: “Invest here with us”

International Women’s Profile Award: July 3rd, Palazzo Ducale in Sassuolo.

Meeting between Salvini and Tunisian deputies with the President of ASIGITALIA Rossana Roda and Mr. Nasr BEN SOLTANA Consul General of Tunisia in Milan

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