• INCAmmino –Community-based tourism on the banks of Titicaca lake

    Santiago de Okola is a small rural community composed of 90 Aymara families living on the banks of Titicaca lake and mainly living on fishing and subsistence farming of crops like potato, beans and quinoa, the typical crops of Bolivia’s Andean region. In 2008, 12 families of the community established an Impresa Turistica Comunitaria (ITC) […]

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  • Inle: biodiversity and sustainable tourism

    In Myanmar, we are carrying forward many activities  aimed to promote responsible tourism. Many events of training and exchange of skills, such as the recently concluded Training held at Nyaung Shwe, are at the core of our action. Among others, a training session on “Biodiversity and sustainable tourism” has been conducted on January 14-16, 2019. […]

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  • Our commitment to Mozambique

    ICEI is operating in Mozambique with 4 agricultural and environmental programmes located in the province of Zambezia, in the Northern-central part of the country. Under these programmes, ICEI is implementing an innovative farming approach, the Successional Agro- forestry Systems (SAFs), based on the concepts of syntropic agriculture developed by Ernst Gotsch in Brazil nearly 3 decades ago.

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  • Wasantha story

    We want to tell you about our commitment in Italy and worldwide bringing the voices of our projects’ beneficiaries’. The following one is the story of Wasantha, who lives in Atala village, in Sri Lanka, where we are implementing many different projects

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  • Pa-O foresee the future

    During the identification of the local communities within the EPIC project, in Burma, one of the ethnic groups we met is the Pa-O. Around 70 thousands Pa-O live in the south-east of Asia, but the majority is located on the hills around Inle lake, in the south-west part of Shan state.

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  • Today CoLomba (Cooperazione Lombardia), the bigger italian solidarity entity on a regional basis, composed by more than 100 members – has completed the assembly process started last June. The new Secretary has been elected: Alfredo Somoza, President of ICEI, will be also the President of CoLomba for the next 4 years.

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  • The short edition of the Antirumours Handbook in Italian is available!

    We are glad to inform you that we have published a short version of the Antirumours Handbook in Italian, translated and edited by ICEI!
    It is an adaptation of the ”Antirumours Handbook” (2018) conceived by Daniel De Torres Barderi, trainer and founder of the Antirumours Strategy.

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  • ICEI joined the workshop on Intercultural  Communication for Italian Policy Makers launched by the Council of Europe and the Network of Intercultural Cities  

    The title of the meeting was: “Explaining interculturality: how do you present, discuss & defend intercultural policies at the local level” and will be an opportunity for reflection on two main questions:
    – How to communicate effectively intercultural policies and strategies to citizens?
    – How to establish a continuing and structured dialogue on this issue?

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  • YEP – International Project Event in Milan

    Within the Programme YEP – Young Enterprise Program – aiming at supporting youth entrepreneurship – an international project event was recently held in Milan.

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  • Social Day: new citizens from local to global

    On April 13th during the National Social Day event (in the framework of the project “Social Day: new citizens from local to global”, co-financed by the Italian Development Cooperation Agency) – the Technical Institute for Tourism C. Varalli has conducted the “Migrant5: a journey through the various cultures of the zone 5” of the city of Milan.

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