Pilosio international "Building Peace" Award


The  construction industry at its most socially-aware, in step with the times, seeking a role in developing civil society and helping to improve living standards around the world. The Pilosio Building Peace Award culminates in the presentation of an annual award to those individuals or companies behind those projects or ideas which have contributed to the improvement of living conditions and promoted interchange, tollerance and peace among people.

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Pilosio Building Peace supports Save the Children

5 May 2015

The partnership foresees an educational and a food care project in jordan, to support Syrian refugees in Za'atari Camp and to build an Early Childhood Centre in Amman.

Pilosio Building Peace takes to the field to support Save the Children, the organization dedicated to saving  children and protecting their rights  since 1919, at Expo Milano 2015 with two important initiatives. The goal being to help improve the living conditions of Syrian refugees in Jordan. With the support of Pilosio Building Peace, Save the… Read more

Re:Build project has started!

27 April 2015

PILOSIO BUILDING PEACE AND RELIEF INTERNATIONAL UNITE TO HELP SYRIAN REFUGEES

Pilosio Building Peace and the US based Relief International, a humanitarian non-profit agency that provides emergency relief, rehabilitation and development assistance to vulnerable communities worldwide, have joined forces to confront the lack of educational opportunities for displaced Syrian kids in the Za’atari Refugee Camp, in Jordan. Today, according to UNHCR, there are 800,000 school-age  Syrian… Read more

Lebanon schools struggle to integrate Syrian children

23 March 2015

Report by Tara Kangarlou

AKKAR, Lebanon – With children making up nearly half of its casualties — almost 40% of them under the age of 11 — the Syrian war enters its fifth year this week, forcing the world to witness a prolonged global catastrophe, or what the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) calls “the biggest humanitarian emergency… Read more