Missione Possibile is an Italian non-profit organization which supports missionary projects to ensure fundamental human rights – such as education, adequate medical care and freedom of thought.
Despite many interventions against mistreatments and abuse, many millions of children around the world are still living without the love of a family, deprived of basic medical care, malnourished and without having a proper education.
Our 'mission' is to bring hope and love. We firmly believe that every person is unique and worthy of respect and freedom.
The schools are in the remote community in Takeo province, approx 90 minutes from Phnom Penh. Before 2005, when the primary school was built, there was no school.
Actually more than 600 students attend primary and secondary school in Cambodia.
The Missione Possibile mobile clinic, consisting of a doctor, nurse and a driver, currently operates four times a week in several locations in and around Phnom Penh.
The clinic provides services such as health screening and medicines, and reports serious cases to the local hospital.
Over the past 10 years, more than 5 million Venezuelan refugees have crossed the Colombian border fleeing the humanitarian crisis in their country. Missione Possibile is supporting projects with local partners aimed at education, sports activities for young people in high crime risk neighborhoods and support for the poorest families.
More than 140 Ukranian refugees have been helped after their arrival in Italy in the month of March after the Russian invasion in Ukraine. Several families are still hosted in Northern Italy and are well integrated with the local community.