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Fara Frontiere Romania

Field of intervention
Vocational training
Supported organization
Fara Frontiere Romania
Country and localization
Romania, Bucharest
Supported people
20 young people in difficulty
Project helped in
2010
Amount of the support
15,000 euros

Professional training for young people in difficulty around the recycling of IT hardware.

Fara Frontiere Romania is a non-profit organization whose aim is to foster the social and professional integration of young adults excluded from mainstream society.

Since May 2009, it has been running a social integration through work project.  The workshop is a production unit specializing in testing, disassembly and recycling of IT hardware. During 1 year, the young people are “reintegrated employees” and acquire skills and practical experience in the kind of jobs where there are promising outlets: recycling and IT installation and maintenance.

The Accor Foundation* supported the training of young people in precarious situation in 2010.

* In 2013, the Accor Foundation became Solidarity Accor.

The project holder
Philippe Drivon
General Manager Novotel Romania

« We have chosen to be involved in this project because it is rewarding to help people from different social environments, to help them growing in their personal life.”