Riccardi, who overcomes culture with exclusivity and redevelopment

Udine, 22 Jun – “Institutions need to know how to make resources and tools available, and overcome the culture with the exclusivity of sanitation, which is only one of the elements of people’s health path. The effort to be made is precisely to support this wealth of experiences born from families, from associations, from private social organizations and to multiply them, taking into account that the responses to health needs can not be standardized because each person has his or her own history.This said the Deputy Governor in charge of health in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Riccardo Riccardi, who spoke at the presentation of the report, which analyzed the effects in the Friulian community of five years of support for social projects and assistance from the Welfare Communication “Change, innovation and sustainability for the good life. Quality in change promoted by the Friuli Foundation “by the Jacques Maritain Institute. The Presidents of the Friuli Giuseppe Morandini Foundation and of the Istituto Maritain Luca Grion were also present at the Visionary Cinema in Udine.” The research presented today has drawn a picture of a positive experience that the Friuli Foundation has repeated over the years – commented Riccardi -. The results also emerged from testimonies from those who carried out the projects, describing what they were able to achieve for the benefit of people with disabilities, highlighting the need to continue investing in this path “. In his speech, the Deputy Governor called for the transformation of health care companies for social health care: “it is one of the elements that fall within the cultural theme that pertains to the process of desanitization of the system where social health integration is central. “that the Vice-Governor defined” a cultural bet to be won by overcoming communism and petitions, because what matters is the health of people with a health system capable of responding to people but within their life and welfare calls respond to this goal “. The Deputy Governor expressed his gratitude for the choices made by the Friuli Foundation for years and expressed his appreciation for the third sector system.” people and sensitive to the specific needs of the associations in the third sector and social promotion in our region – he said -. The private social sector, also as the world of volunteering in Friuli Venezia Giulia, is virtuously integrated with the pathways offered by the health system and helping to respond to citizens’ health needs. ” The source of support for the territory, which made it possible to pay 2,852,000 euros over five years to public and private entities involved in the social sector, actually played an attractive role for additional resources in support of individual projects and did so, with basic benefits, even in the last two years of the pandemic.In addition, the call has made it possible to expand both the number of professionals involved and volunteers and the number of recipients, which has also created important benefits for their families. “Only what is measurable , can be improved – commented Morandini – and therefore we wanted to order research in one of the strategic shares activities carried out by our Fund. What emerges is clear and now documented: We can say that the projects funded by Welfare. calls, as well as those in the other intervention sectors, manage to trigger a multiplier effect of the human, economic and social resources available to the funded organizations. The research “Change, innovation and sustainability for the good life” made it possible to assess the quality of the changes generated through the Welfare Call. In addition to the numbers, the work done has also brought out the main characters’ voices: opinions, opinions and experiences from those who deal with people’s needs on a daily basis. 10 interventions out of the 47 funded with the call for proposals in 2020. companies for small retailers. For each intervention evaluated, the average is 110 people who have benefited from these interventions for various reasons. The research also highlights how the project activities have generated a widespread increase in competencies, organizationally for project managers and in terms of the professionalism of volunteers and operators engaged in the area. ARC / LP / ma

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