The Blueroom Project has joined UNICEF’s “Pymes Amigas” solidarity project as a new collaborating company and supporting the work that the United Nations agency does in defense of children’s rights in developing countries. The program, which already has 124 companies involved in achieving the “Sustainable Development Goal 4 – Quality Education” that is part of the 2030 Agenda, pays special attention to orphaned, disabled children, in situations of extreme poverty and girls, in particular, who are often denied education on the grounds of gender. With its contribution, The Blueroom Project supports initiatives such as “Education for Africa”, that has benefited to more than 30 million children with the objective to reach safe spaces for education, as well as water, food and medicine.
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