The "GER FOR LIFE" project is coordinated by David Bellatalla and the Mongolia Red Cross, and is aimed at single mothers with disabled children living in the Chingeltei district of the city of Ulan Bator (Mongolia).
The goal is to guarantee the children a home, security and medical assistance, and to support their mothers through their insertion in the world of employment, with a view to building self-reliance and self-sufficiency for the families.
Anthropologist David Bellatalla has undertaken several research projects in Centre and South America, Asia and Australia, and published numerous books, scientific articles and documentaries.
A journey started many years ago from a dream of Fausto De Stefani, Uno Montura. The foundation "Senza Frontiere" - Onlus supports aid and self-development projects in developing contries, like the "Rarahil" project in Kirtipur, a small village not far from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. Rarahil Memorial School is an education centre focused on giving new opportunities to joung people.
The school needs to be modernized and enlarged, in order to offer better accomodation and new services fo the students. The new building, in fact, will host some fundamental structures fot the school: a new canteen, a modern and functional kitchen, the laboratories and many new rooms for the students.
Montura supports the activities of Operazione Mato Grosso in Peru. The education and social project was founded in Val Formazza in 1967 by Salesian priest Ugo de Censi, and through the building of the 'Claudio e Bruno' mountain refuge, it has led in time to the establishment of an international bond of solidarity between Italy and South America. Operazione Mato Grosso (OMG) is active on several fronts, in particular in the Andes, where it has built up a network of guest houses and founded a local organisation of mountain guides.