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World For World Organization (WFWO)

Annual Report - 2005 Ref: AR/21/5/ac

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Our Mission ...3 Our Vision ...3 Our Objectives... 3 Our Values ...3 WFWO Message ...4 Introduction ...5 WFWO Response to natural disasters in 2005 ...5 Projects in Africa Region ... 6 Projects in Eastern Europe Region ... 12 Projects in Latin America Region ... 13 International Special Programs ...16 Special Events ... 20

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OUR MISSION: WFWO’s mission is to overcome poverty by enabling the world’s poorest people to gain the hope for better future and improve their quality of life through the access to food security, drinking water, health, education, poverty, HIV-AIDS programs, micro credit, using local skills and practical, sustainable technologies to support development humanitarian projects on relief and rehabilitation programs, to secure the empowerment of indigenous peoples, local communities, women, groups and individuals in developing countries. OUR VISION: WFWO's vision is of a world where everyone has access to food security, health, childhood, drinking water, education, environmental issue and promote the right of every women and man and child to enjoy a life of health and equal opportunity. OUR OBJECTIVES: WFWO’s objectives is to increase public awareness about Global Development Issues and focuses and development cooperation’s and resources mobilizations through fundraising Campaigns, to support to achievements and the implementation of the Millennium Development Goal’s (MDG’s) targets by 2015. OUR VALUES: The WFWO Main Value and Approach, we believes on People and shared responsibility among People, dialogue among cultures, commitment to development issues, diversities, peace and justice for Global change.

RESPONDING TO WORLD NEEDS: The most important, in responding to any emergency operations, that we don’t just return people to a life of poverty, but rather we react creatively to build it back better. This will give us real opportunity to work with partners voluntaries and communities, governments and donors to do it right.

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Dear Colleagues and Partners, In 2005, WFWO’s and its Partners devoted considerable efforts and resources helping hundreds of Tsunami survivors around the region of disasters, we worked hand-in-hand with local communities to provide food, shelter and trauma care and we helped build temporary and permanent homes. We helped reopen schools and health centers and we helped poor families – who were the majority of the Tsunami victims – create opportunities to alleviate their poverty. The Tsunami wasn't the only disaster in 2005. WFWO also provide assistance in Sudan, the hungry in southern Africa, Hurricane Katherine victims in the United States and earthquake survivors in Pakistan. At the same time we provided micro-finance grant to more than 1,000 poor farmers to create sustainable projects to help their family. The 2005 was proclaimed the year of disasters, in this context the WFWO Team and its Partners committed more time and resources to achieve its objectives to support populations in particularly , children, women, indigenous people and communities. Is more than relief, food, water, cheater relief can take many forms. For those devastated by disaster, a bucket of clean water saves lives and a sense of purpose pave a path to recovery. This path to recoveries vitally important. At WFWO, we look carefully not just at the immediate need, but at the long-term mission. We know poverty and disaster go hand in hand. Poor people live in the most vulnerable places: coastal areas in the Indian Ocean and flood plains in Mississippi, and recognition of the fundamental rights of each and every person leave in this plant. We are especially grateful for the many Donors, Partners and Volunteers, who made our work possible and we have the privilege of serving so many peoples who needed our helps. Sidi Cherif, Executive President, WFWO

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THE MAIN ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS ACHIEVED AS PER STRATEGY PLAN FOR 2005 1.

INTRODUCTION

Seeking to contribute to the Millennium Development Goals adopted by the international c o m m u n i t y, W F WO ’s s t ra t e g y p l a n a n d orientation, pursuit of development objectives nationally and internationally, the WFWO will continue to place highest priority on initiatives in the following areas: (a) improvement of food security, health, educations, with particular emphasis on the needs of women and youth; (b) developing rural financial services that reach isolated populations without previous access to financial markets and are well integrated into the national financial sector framework; (c) capacity building in support of decentralized decision-making processes for participatory rural development; (d) natural resources management and the environment, with emphasis on supporting anti-decertification initiatives; (e) Public Awareness to support the MDG’s; (f) Communications Support Project and portal facilities for NGO Network. To achieve these objectives, WFWO will continue to stress the importance of gender-differentiated target group participation in defining project objectives and priority activities; maximizing the use of local knowledge and experience; and pursuing a strategic orientation to the WFWO’s investments through strengthened collaboration with United Nations NGO Section DESA, Governments, Civil Society, Private sector and other Donors to ensure that project interventions fit closely within the context of overall economic and sectorial development strategies for individual countries. The main activities and projects contributed by WFWO in 2005, as per strategy plan focusing on second phases of projects already operating and the most important aims for 2005 was focusing on the emergency natural disasters operations to support different region of the world: Tsunami, Sudan, hungry , Pakistan earthquake, Hurricane Katherine as well as campaign worldwide to raise public awareness on Global Development issues. Global Action needed to stop natural disasters  …

In 2005 was the most challenging year for the emergency operations aid world faced since the story of humanity. The relentless onslaught of the Indian Ocean Tsunami, drought in Africa, Congo, Uganda, continuing conflict in Darfur, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Stan, and the devastating earthquake in Pakistan took hundreds of thousands of lives, and destroyed many more homes and livelihoods. In the year 2005 the Tsunami, in one of its most complex aid operations ever, stretching from Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Thailand. WFWO and its Partners, NGO’s and private sectors worked hand to hand to prevent a second wave of deaths from disease and starvation to assist survivor’s peoples. The climate change and global warming and the environmental issue will continue causing natural disasters in the up coming years.

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PROJECTS FUNDED IN 2005 BY REGION (by phases)

2. AFRICA REGION

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Name of project: Special Program for HIV/AIDS for Republic of Cameroon (phase I) Location of project: Yaounde Region - Republic of Cameroon Responsible organization: Africa Action on AIDS / World For World Organization

Description: The program is targeting the most disadvantaged families in rural communities the most of them is younger, boys and girls. The program is focusing on defeat the many problems of the HIV/AIDS, alerting and teaching and providing AIDS/Kits materials for prevision against HIV/AIDS. The WFWO and its partners AFRICAN ACTION ON AIDS has response and took action for the call by Global Action for keeping our Promise “in AIDS by providing a special programs in Africa Cameroon to support communities and people living with AIDS and also to raising awareness to promote , education and prevention to fight against AIDS in the region. The program benefited for more than 16.000 younger boys and girls. Results achieved: Owing to the successful results obtained to date, the program is started in Africa Cameroon in the of December 2005, and we will be replicated in other region in Africa and Worldwide in 2006/2008 . Lessons Learned: The program has managed to promote and organize the local communities, by encouraging and enabling them to participate to the program activities targeted and the majority is younger boys and girls.

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Name of project: Gisambai Primary School project (phase II) Location of project: Gimomoi Sub-location , Gisambai Location, Trirki West Division, Vihiga District, Western Province of Republic of Kenya

Responsible organization: World For World Organization / the Ambassador of Republic of Kenya in Rome

Description: The project is targeting the most disadvantaged families in rural communities in Gisambai district. The Primary School project was organized to defeat the many problems of the school, but the greatest problem pupils health and storage of teaching and learning materials. The school aims to tackle the above problems through construction of permanent and durable administration block and renovation of 18 classrooms. This project will assist 443 pupils, about 200 parents and 20 teachers. It will also save 2 hours wasted in spraining water and smearing earthiness floors. It will benefit child health and cleanliness in general.

Results achieved: Owing to the successful results obtained to date, the project (phase I I) is closed. The program will be replicated in other region in 2006/2007 .

Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging and enabling their members to participate in project activities.

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Name of project: Free emergency health assistance operations Location of project: Bamako region - rural area – Republic of Mali ( phase I)

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization.

Description: The project is targeting the most disadvantaged families in rural communities in the region of Bamako. The project it will benefit to save more than 80 children’s health, having this diseases problems and cleanliness in general in (Bamako region - Mali) to operation give a light is to consist to act for a emergency surgery operation for with support of specialists team provided by the Hospital The team composed by 4 Doctors, 3 Nurseries, 5 specialist on logistical for a total of 12 , including all medicinal and logistical equipments.     Results achieved: Owing to the successful results obtained to date, the project will be replicated in other region in 2005 /2006.

Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging and enabling their members to actively participate in project activities.

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Name of project: Education/training and Agriculture support Project (phase II) Location of project: Kinshasa District – Republic of Congo

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / Republic of Congo Local Community .

Description: The aim of the project is to enhance on- and off-farm activities among the small-holders and other rural poor households, particularly those headed by younger boys with a problem of lack of education and training. The project approach adopted is considered more appropriate for small project as it allows cost savings and enhances an exchange of ideas, and provide all necessary materials and land to be cultivated, as well as education opportunities and technical assistance to help them to be self sufficient for food production and drinking a clean water.

Results achieved: Owing to the successful results, the project will be replicated in other region. The project will be completed in 2006/2007.

Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to be responsible and participate in project activities.

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Name of project: Education /Formation and Agriculture support Project (phase II) Location of project: Kpalime District – Republic of Togo

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / Local Community

Description: Le Target du project - formation et de production, Kpalime - Togo. "Appui aux initiatives du Centre de Production de Pépinières et de Formation (CPPF-TOGO)" Renforcement de capacités du CPPF; production de jeunes plants, fruits et légumes, reboisement et promotion des techniques agrobiologiques).

Results achieved : The first phase evaluation the project is in progress, the project will be evaluated in the end of second phase, and to be completed in 2006/2007.

Lessons Learned : The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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Name of project: Rural Micro-Project Education / Formation and Agriculture support Project (phase II) Location of project: Niaga – Republic of Senegal

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / Local Community

Description: The aim of the project is to enhance on- and off-farm activities among the small-holders and other rural poor households, particularly those headed by women. The project is being implemented on the basis of the following strategy: to strengthen the market for rural services, considering both the producer’s and the consumer’s side; ( Le Micro-projet rural a Niaga Target): Créations des puits, bassins et canalisation d'eau pour l'irrigation. Production de légumes, fruit, pommes de terre et oignon. Création d'un petit élevage (chèvres, vaches, cochons). Création de 20 postes de travail)

Results achieved : The first phase evaluation the project is in progress, the project will be evaluated in the end of second phase, the project will be completed in 2006/2007. Lessons Learned The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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3. EASTERN EUROPE REGION

PROJECTS: A)

Name of project: Project Education and Formation for Disable Children’s (phase II) Location of project: Dobromirtei South – Republic of Bulgaria

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / Local Communities

Description: The project targeting the construction of therapy centre, and formation for more that 400 children’s disabled and orphans. The aim of the project is to enhance technical and assistance, particularly those headed by children disabled. Results achieved : The first phase evaluation the project is assisting only 200 children’s, the project will targeting for more than 3000 to 7000 children’s for the upcoming phases, to be completed in 2006/2007 .

Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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4. LATIN AMERICA REGION

PROJECTS: A)

Name of project: Livestock Production and Support Assistance Project (phase II) Location of project: Birgamino – Republic of Argentina

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization – Local Communities

Description: The project is promoting to invest in livestock production and build a factory to assist and provide new income-earning opportunities for resource-poor households. The development of livestock activities for local farmers will provide facilities, and assistance in livestock processing. Improvement of the food sufficiency, education, training. The beneficiaries are younger boys and girls of the age starting from 8 to 18 year, with legal aspects and physiological problems.

Results achieved: The first phase evaluation the project is in progress , the program is providing assistance for more than 400 girls and boys, the program will extent to other region, and be completed in 2006/2007. Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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Name of project - Brazil: Water/Irrigation and assistance support Project (phase II) Location of project: Itaguai – Republic of Brazil

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization (WFWO) – Opera Don Guanella

Description: The project is targeting the most disadvantaged families in rural communities throughout the District of Itaguai, unemployed youth, disadvantaged women, landless producers but particularly the small-holder farming households, which have become marginalized because of luck of water, irrigation, and cultivation of banana and other vegetables in the market. The beneficiaries of the project are about 300 poor peoples. Results achieved The first phase evaluation of the project is providing doing well, but the project will be extent to other local communities, and will be completed in 2006/2007.

Lessons Learned: The project has managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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Name of project - Cuba Environment Protection and Conservation Support Project (phase III) Location of project: National Parks Veradero – Republic of Cuba

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization – With cooperation of Private Sector companies (Canada) and National Parks authorities and local communities

Description: Th e m a i n o b j e ct i ve o f t h e p rog ra m i s to strengthening of the Eco - tourism market system, which would provide the poor rural households. The project encourages them to p a r t i c i p a t e t o e ve r y t h i n g t o p r o m o t e echo-tourism, healthy tourism, transport facilities, job opportunities and conservation efforts .

Results achieved : The first phase of the program is in progress, but the project will extent to other local communities, the phase III will be completed in 2006/2007.

Lessons Learned : The program will managed to organize the local communities, by encouraging them to participate in project activities.

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5.

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INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS & CAMPAIGNS

Name of project: Campaigns Against HIV/AIDS (phase I) Location of project: Italy, Africa region and worldwide To response for the call of Global action for keeping the promise on AIDS

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / Africa Action on AIDS Description: The main objectives of the project are to strengthening and promote the Millennium Developments Goals (Goal 6): The main aim of the project is to provide assistance kits for preventions and to raise public awareness to draw attention to all students teachers and communities trough this innovative program and approach on the problem of HIV/AIDS in Africa and in the Glob.

Call for Global Action for “keeping the Promise “ on AIDS Experts Call for 'Keeping the Promise' on AIDS —World AIDS Day 2005, the experts are saying the event must go beyond raising awareness to holding President Bush, other world leaders, and the US Congress, to their promises. This year, the global theme of World AIDS Day is " Keeping the Promise " . World AIDS Day is typically a day of remembrance of those of who have died of AIDS, with candlelight vigils, but there is often little mention of the actual record of government decision-makers in supporting or opposing effective AIDS programs. Results achieved: Owing to the successful results, the project will be replicated in other region, the project wills extended to other local students, teachers and communities, in particularly in Africa, Asia and Worldwide 2006/2008/2010. Lessons Learned: The program will manage to organize younger boys and girls and to alert them about the problem of HIV/AIDS and the prevention, by encouraging them to participate in program activities.

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B)

Name of project : Health and training Support Project (phase II) Location of project: International – Developing countries

Responsible Organizations: World For World Organization / High Committee of Research and scientific Commission of the, Neurologist, Member of the Academy of Sciences of New York, USA. Description: The main objectives of the project is to strengthening and support to all students and from developing countries, to provide then with new innovative approach and technical assistance, training in their country or in Europe, and also the project will provide a portal website to all students in particularly from Africa where their are no possibility access to this opportunities. The last few years, neurologists, neurosurgeons, anesthetists, angiologists, endocrinologists and rehabilitation specialists have once again begun to meet in order to establish scientific societies on the theme of the nervous centrality of pathogenesis , in order to search for eective forms of therapy based on neuromodulation. These events, a manifestation of the end of the long phase of " specialist isolation " of medical thinking, are refocusing the attention of the scientific world, insistently and in new ways, on the use of LA as an eective and economic therapeutic procedure. With the study and practice of Neural therapy with LA, the neuroscience's, systems theory and cybernetics cease being subjects exclusively of concern to neurologists, experimental researchers and bioengineers and are made available to serve the everyday needs of clinical activity and basic medicine. Today, finally, we are able to benefit from an extraordinary wealth of new knowledge about neuronic inflammation, the nervous mechanisms of excitotoxicity and neuronal plasticity. It indeed seems as though the time has come for this method, backed up by a rare degree of experimentation, to enter into a new period of popularity among both physicians and humanity at large, which must deal with illness every day.

Results achieved: The the first phase of the program is in progress , is targeted only hundred Doctors, The program phase III will extent to other local students and communities in for more than two hundred Doctors and Students for 2006/2007. Lessons Learned: The project will managed to organize the local students, by encouraging them to participate in program activities without cost.

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Name of project: Education for Food Security Project (“Adotta Una Mucca”) (phase III) Location of project: National schools -Italy Educational Program on line to all students

Responsible Organizations: Cooperlat - Gruppo Fattorie Italia, azienda marchigiana leader nel settore lattiero - caseario / World For World Organization

Description: The main objectives of the project are to strengthening and promote the New Millennium Developments Goals (Goal 1 and 2): Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, Achieve universal primary education related to food security in developing countries. The main aim of the project is to draw attention to all students and Professors trough this innovative approach to call attention to all on the problem of poverty and hunger in the Glob. Also luck of opportunity to go the school and drink clean water in their countries. The project provide to all students didactic program of education trough website access open to all, games, video, brochures ect. Since 2003 to 2005 the estimate participations of this program about more than 46.000 students from primary schools starting from the age 12 to 18 years.

Results achieved: Owing to the successful results, the project will be replicated in other region the project wills extent to other local students in Italy the program is online open to all for 2005/2006/2007/2008. Lessons Learned: The project wills manage to organize the local students, by encouraging them to participate in project activities free of charge and on line, including a special educational games and prized offer to all participants children by our cooperate partner Coorperlat .

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D)

Name of project Planet - IPS – Communications Support Project to Promote NGO Activities worldwide (phase III) Location of project: Germany, Italy, USA, France

Responsible Organizations: Planet – IPS / World For World Organization . Description: The main objectives of the program are to strengthening the United Nations NGO section and promote the Millennium Developments Goals, Achieve universal primary education. The main aims of the program Planet-IPS-WFWO, will distribute international TV programs in different languages to all European and Worldwide television channels via satellite communications or the internet. 1. In order to increase information on cooperation and development, Planet-IPS also plays out programs, international news and specialized magazines on the subject of cooperation and development to all broadcasters in Europe. Planet-IPS dedicates particular attention to the Non Governmental Organization under the United Nations ECOSOC Status. Attention is also given to Non-Profit Organizations and Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) whose activities are linked to issues of cooperation and development in developing countries with limited communications budget. 2. Planet-IPS offers the pay-out of TV-material for broadcasting release of programs, magazines, news and any other events that WFWO organizes on matters of cooperation and development. 3. Planet-IPS will produce a three-minute special programs on some of WFWO’s activities including NGO IRENE Networks, for broadcasting via Satellite to promote the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations (MDGs). 4. Planet-IPS will provide all logistical support for any briefing or interview as required by WFWO upon prior consultation with its Partners. Results achieved: Owing to the successful results of the program , the program will be replicated to other national and international NGO’s , the program is online open to all NGO ‘s locally and internationally from 2005 to 2011.

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6. SPECIAL EVENTS INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS AND ROUNDTABLE SEMINAR BRIEFINGS-2005

1) The main aims of International Meetings and Roundtable / Seminars for 2005 , are to promote the Millennium Development Goals and to call international communities to react and to implement to MDG’s: organized and sponsored by the World For World Organization and its Partners. 2) The Roundtables / Seminars organized, is the culmination of a global learning process that has focused on learning from successful and less than successful efforts to reduce poverty throughout the world and the implementation of the MDG’s. The process and Roundtables /Seminars are organized and sponsored by the World For World Organization in cooperation with other multilateral and bilateral donors and partners and sponsors, under the patronage of local Authorities and hosting countries in different regions in the World :

A) “Roundtable Sport for Development” 9 March to 1st April 2005, Rome -Italy The Forum organized by WFWO in cooperation with a participation of PROARTE , to promote the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations, with the participation of : NGO’s, Private sectors and Media.

B ) Wo r l d Fa m i l y D a y C e l e b r a t i o n s 14 May 2005, Rome - Italy Forum organized by the Association of the Family in collaborations with more that 100 Associations dealing with family activities under the patronage of the Italian government and local authorities and with the support and patronage of the WFWO and UN NGO IRENE Western Europe, the main objectives is to promote the Millennium Development Goals objectives and rights for the Family.

C) United Nations High Level Segment, 29 June to 1st July 2005, New York - USA The theme for the 2005 High Level Segment “Achieving the internationally agreed development goals, including those contained in the Millennium Declaration, as well as implementing the outcomes of the major United Nations Conferences and Summits: progress made, challenges and opportunities” While the Ministers and Heads of Delegations participating in the high-level segment of the 2005 substantive session of the Economic and Social Council meet in New York from 29 June to 1 July, to discuss the theme: “Achieving the internationally agreed development goals, including those contained in the Millennium Declaration, as well as implementing the outcomes of the major United Nations conferences and summits: progress made, challenges and opportunities” , the Ministerial Level Breakfast Round Table has as its theme, “NGOs-Forging Powerful Partnerships: Political, Public and Private”-proposing, reviewing and presenting pragmatic partnerships initiatives for the consideration of ECOSOC. The Event sponsored by the WFWO.

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D) The 3rd World Environmental Education Congress, took place at the Lingotto Congress Center, 2-6 October 2005, Torino - Italy

The exchange of observations and best practices at a worldwide level. The Congress addressed the greatest number of participants possible: University professors and researchers, Educators, Politicians, Scientists, Technicians, Teachers, Students, Environmentalists, Mass media. The first objective of the Congress was to exchange observations and best practices at a worldwide level, to develop the main themes for the agenda on environmental education and to jointly discuss the theses and proposals presented in the speeches and posters from around the world.

The primary aims of the Congress were: 1. Highlight and examine how education, training, information and environmental research help develop an equitable, democratic society that is an actively involved friend of the environment; respectful of life on the planet and in harmony with nations, human beings and other living species.   2. Establish a more direct, continuous exchange of best practices among all the nations of the world, where environmental education is experiencing significant growth and is tackling themes of great interest such as participative democracy, good citizenship, the equitable and sustainable management of natural resources, echo-tourism, etc.   3. Give international visibility to the research and achievements of environmental education in the respective countries. 4. Contribute to the DESD- the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.  

E) World Food Day Celebrations 16 October 2005, Rome -Italy Briefing Session on the MDGs Objectives at the University of ROMA 3 (under WFWO/UN NGO IRENE)

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F) United Nations Day Celebrations 24 October 2005, Paris - France Our work on 24 October aims at promoting the implementation of the MDGs by means of the new pedagogical tools capable of making them a subject of study. This program seeks to adapt teaching and training in the MDGs to the realities of the field. This it is natural to establish a partnership between AICESIS, university teaching institutions, the private sector, UNITAR and the NGOs Section of the United Nations. The Event sponsored by the WFWO.

G) Briefings Sessions: Universities and Schools, Rome - Italy In the occasion of the United Nations Day, 24 October 2005 the WFWO in cooperation with Ministry of Education the Province of Rome and City of Rome, organized a special briefing sessions for more than 12 Schools and Universities, to promote the MDGs objectives and Global development issues to raise public awareness for the youth generations.”

H) World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS),16 November 2005, Tunis. Roundtable event: ( ICTs Diversities and Success Stories and Best Practices: Better World for All ) to promote the Millennium Development Goals and the role of ICTs (WSIS) to implement the MDG’s organized by ATM ECOSOC NGO - CIVIL SOCIETY PANEL/World For World Organization (WFWO) 16 November 2005 - Tunisia, Tunis. At this round table, I emphasized the benefits and opportunities that ICTs will offer in achieving the Millennium Development Goals. That is why ICTs are so important: because they can help countries to leapfrog this development process, by moving directly to an information based society, if they take the proper steps.

I) United Nations World AIDS Day Celebrations, 1st December 2005, Rome - Italy In this occasion of the World Aids Day , the WFWO organized a special event to raise public awareness to call international communities to react on the problem of the HIV/AIDS Worldwide.

J) Summit Overview 3 - 8 December 2005, Brazil The World Family Summit + 1, Focusing on Millennium Development Goals , was organized by the World Family Organization as partner of the WFWO and with the support of the United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs/NGO-Section/UN-NGO-Informal Regional Network, hosted by the Government of Sergipe State, Brazil and held in Aracaju City.

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Dear Colleague and Partners, The WFWO Board Directors Team, is pleased presenting the review report of the the work of the WFWO Achievements and impact over year 2005. The WFWO is working closely with its partners at all level, nationally and internationally, local community, government, small scale providers, NGO, private sector in the developing countries countries, providing, our support to contribute to sustainable development projects, in the areas of food security, educations, health, clean drinking water, environment and public awareness to support the Millennium Development Goals, trough the strong funding from our Supporters and Partners who help us to Make the Difference. This approach will ensure the continuity of the sustainability of the benefit of communities and project targets. Despite of our progress, in particularly for the emergency operations of natural disasters in 2005, we need to continue in the coming years to do more efforts to change people's lives trough our partners and supporters to focus to the access of the essential services to help marginalized people’s who deserved our assistance to leave in dignity, justice and to overcome their poverty, clean water, health, house, women empowerment and to help their children to go to the school. Without all these essential changes to people’s lives, the poverty will remain wed-speed and the MDG’s targets the proportion of people living in poverty by 2015 will be not reached. The WFWO’s Board Directors Team would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all our Supporters, Partners, Volunteers and Friends of WFWO who have contributed to our achievements to Make the Difference and helped people who went to help them self's. Reading this review report and impact and overcome of your comments and feedback will help us to do better in the up coming activities in 2006.

On behalf of WFWO’s Board Directors Team Alina Clocotan, Secretary General

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