Poverty: Caritas Rome, report on “health and social fragility”. On July 16 the presentation

Poverty: Caritas Rome, report on “health and social fragility”. On July 16 the presentation
Poverty: Caritas Rome, report on “health and social fragility”. On July 16 the presentation

“Health and social fragility in times of pandemic: a point of view” is the Report of the Caritas of Rome which will be presented on Friday 16 July, at 4 pm, at the Citadel of Charity (via Casilina vecchia, 19). The presentation will be attended by: Nicola Zingaretti, president of the Lazio Region; Msgr. Paolo Ricciardi, auxiliary bishop of the diocese of Rome in charge of health pastoral care; Msgr. Benoni Ambarus, auxiliary bishop of the diocese of Rome and director of Caritas; Maurizio Marceca, of the Sapienza University of Rome; Salvatore Geraci, Head of the Health Area of ​​Caritas in Rome. The volume, produced in the “A point of view” series, is an in-depth analysis of national and regional health care during the pandemic from the perspective of those who are marginalized by the National Health Service. Issues such as the “inequalities in health” generated by Covid-19, the “virus trap” for migrants, mental health in the most vulnerable people, the commitment of charity and social justice carried out in Rome by parishes and numerous organizations are addressed. . Over one hundred pages of analysis, data, infographics and testimonials edited by the researchers of the Roman Caritas with the collaborations of Gavino Macioco (Saluteinternazionale.info), Father Camillo Ripamonti (Centro Astalli), Massimiliano Aragona (National Institute for the promotion of the health of migrant populations and the fight against diseases of poverty), Giovanni Baglio (National Agency for Regional Health Services), Maurizio Marceca (Sapienza University of Rome).

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