WAT! Women Accessibile Tourism

A model of excellence in accessible tourism, a springboard to social inclusion for disabled travellers, an instrument of empowerment for unemployed young women with MS.

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NEET in Trekking

Breaking down the barriers that stop vulnerable young people from achieving their full potential, while building up sustainable, accessible tourism products that safeguard and promote the Itrian Valley’s outstanding natural heritage.

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E’ Buono: every reason to buy an ice cream

The first eco-social enterprise project in Italy to engage and employ vulnerable young people and drive the economy in unique ways – the artisan Italian way.

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Quit the silence

Breaking the cycle of violence through education, employment, and empowerment. Giving women the tools to become social entrepreneurs and not just statistics.

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Hello Philippines, Hello future

The Philippines is one of Asia’s fastest growing economies, but the positive effects are not being felt by all. Today only 7 children out of 10 complete primary school.

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Rebuilding with a plate of Amatriciana

On 24 August at 03.36, whole villages in central Italy were wiped out by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake. The epicentre straddled the towns of Amatrice, Accumuli and Arquata Del Tronto, each razed to the ground along with their outlying hamlets. Hundreds of people lost their lives.

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MaTeChef

Matching supply and demand in the catering industry to help disadvantaged young people gain a foothold in the labour market.

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Today – Tomorrow – To Nino

Our mission is to empower young people who leave education and training prematurely by giving them opportunities to gain the skills and qualifications they need to grasp their future with both hands.

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Into work together

Young people hold the key to a more prosperous society. With Costa Crociere Foundation, we can help to steer them through the door of opportunity and into a more fulfilling future.

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Education: The key to your future

Experts believe “The better-educated a person is, the more likely they will avoid economic and social despair.” When you can’t find a job or don’t earn enough to live, you risk falling into a vicious cycle of indebtedness, insecurity and, ultimately, poverty. An education can change all that. It can open doors to a new life.

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