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A charity auction with the + Three °°° backpacks signed by Pope Francis and footballers Stephan El Shaarawy, Chris Smalling and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, with the aim of raising funds for populations in the Amazon and Africa
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+Three°°° Charity Auction
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The auction aims to raise funds to help village populations in Africa and the Amazon through two organizations, CABES and Amazon Watch, which support social projects in support of local communities. Pope Francis, Stephan El Shaarawy, Chris Smalling and Henrikh Mkhitaryan signed the + Three °°° backpacks, supporting their commitment.
The backpacks are made of authentically vegetable and biodegradable rubber obtained from the latex of the trees of the Amazon rainforests. They are produced in a totally artisanal way and Made in Italy. The backpack signed by Pope Francis features the logo of the V World Day of the Poor, while the others are decorated by the recycled aluminum carabiner handmade in an African laboratory of the United Nations located in Kenya.
Rucksack signed by Pope Francis
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Support Indigenous Guardians of the Forest
Since January 2021, there have been more than 1,000 fires across the rainforest. Experts say this year was similar to 2020, when wildfires destroyed more than 19 million acres of the world’s largest tropical forest. Amazonian peoples have organized themselves as Guardians of the Forest to put out the fires that threaten the home that their ancestors have protected for millennia. Amazon Watch, together with the Guardians of the Forest, is coordinating efforts in Brazil to support immediate action to fight the fires and implement long-term solutions to stop deforestation, regenerate Amazonian ecosystems and protect the life of the Amazonian population. The proceeds from the auction will support the implementation of programs to manage fires in the most affected regions of the Amazon.
For 25 years, Amazon Watch has protected the rainforest and promoted the rights of indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin. Amazon Watch protects millions of acres of rainforest each year by partnering with indigenous peoples, the best stewards of the forest, and is committed to the future of the Amazon and the global climate.
Nursery for children in Burkina Faso
In Burkina Faso, the authorized age for schooling of children is 6 years. Before this age, children stay with their mothers who, in search of financial autonomy, engage in income-generating activities, such as weaving. Children who spend their days with their mothers in workshops run the risk of injury and cannot play in places suitable for their age and needs. There are some preschool centers and crèches called “Bissongo”, but these only welcome children aged 3 and over. CABES, an organization created to help improve the quality of life and working conditions of artisans in Africa and create a reliable and ethical supply chain, is therefore committed to creating a kindergarten for the children of workers. CABES wants to provide children with a healthy environment through the construction of a nursery that could accommodate about 40 preschool children, who can be followed by a trained instructor and conduct learning activities suitable for their age. Knowing that their children are safe, mothers will work more peacefully, improving productivity, income and quality of life.
CABES is an organization made up of individual and collective enterprises of artisans in the textile sector in Burkina Faso. It aims to promote artisanal and traditional textiles and create a reliable supply chain that meets international standards of quality, production time and creativity. CABES offers job opportunities to artisans who come from marginalized communities, especially women, in order to bring them out of poverty. CABES collaborates with the UN Ethical Fashion Initative.