In collaboration with the Community of Sant’Egidio, Fondazione Aurora supported the Higher education course in Integration and Health Promotion, created in partnership with the “Dante Alighieri” University for Foreigners in Reggio Calabria and the integration of the diaspora in Italy.
The Foundation contributed to the realisation of the course, the translation of the lessons, and the elaboration of subtitles in English and Portuguese, employing members of the Mozambican and English-speaking African diaspora in Italy and thus enabling their employment as translators of e-learning lessons.

→ To train healthcare workers in Mozambique and Malawi;
→ To promote the employment of members of the Portuguese-speaking and English-speaking diaspora in Italy.

→ Active involvement of the Mozambican and Nigerian diaspora to translate material for a 634-hour e-learning course to African healthcare workers (mostly women aged between 18 and 35);
→ Training of 27 operators in Mozambique and 30 in Malawi in community social health care;
→ Consolidation of partnership with the University of Tor Vergata and the Community of Sant’Egidio;
→ Increased employment of people from the diaspora in Italy.


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