A toilet will save us
Access to basic sanitation helps combat malnutrition, violence and the spread of life-threatening diseases. For World Toilet Day, Action Against Hunger tells us about its importance for sustainable development.
Born in Milan, Italy in 1990, I’ve always showed a great interest in the world. While growing up, I’ve started turning this interest into thoughts and words for the Università Statale di Milano’s newspaper – which I ran from 2012 to 2016 –, VICE Italia, WU Magazine, The Submarine and New Life Radio.
I joined Action against Hunger in 2017, where I’m Head of communications and press office.
In my spare time I ride my bike and collect ugly sunglasses.
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Nei paesi in via di sviluppo l’uso del latte artificiale può essere un rischio per i neonati. Nella settimana mondiale per l’allattamento materno, l’ong Azione contro la fame lancia una campagna per la libertà di scelta dei genitori.
The countries hosting the most refugees aren’t the wealthy, Western ones. An overview by NGO Action Against Hunger reminds us that refugees and internally displaced people are far from being safe.
Yemen has entered its fourth year of conflict. 3 out of 4 people in the country need humanitarian assistance and more than 8 million, mostly children, are on the verge of starvation. Action against Hunger outlines a grim picture.