Sustainability Channel

Sustainability Channel is the communication channel towards our stakeholders interested in Sustainable approach to the business.

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The fourth edition of the Project saw the participation of six teams coming from El Karnak, Abu Sinbil, El Salam, El Hazira, El Mesiry and El Waqqad, which presented, between November 1st 2016 and January 1st 2017, innovative projects using recycled materials and a limited budget.

There were no further rules leaving full space for creativity, initiative and improvisation. The projects were assessed by 10 judges from Pirelli and non-participating villages that based their evaluation on before and after pictures, visits and interviews with population, taking account of nine criteria’s: innovation, efficiency of waste usage, encouraging other community members, solving existing problems, number of beneficiaries, project evaluation from beneficiaries’ point of view, quality, number & size of projects, safety measures.

The final result was outstanding. The three most appreciated projects – El Salam, El Waqqad, El Kamak – were awarded in a Ceremony held on February 15th in Alexandria.

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Education is the way to stop inequality.

That is the vision of Puentes, a non-profit organization, whose scholarship programme is supported by Pirelli.

The programme helps the youngest to get to schools and universities, providing laboratories, tutors and financial support needed to support the cost of those studies.

An activity for the Argentinian people, and a way of approaching the socio-economic groups in difficulty.

Through culture, we can help young people to improve their lives and to take the good opportunities life presents them.

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Pirelli and Inter Campus

Since 1997, Pirelli has been a partner of Inter Campus in a project of sports education throughout the world. Mission: to support growth and the right to play.

For more than 18 years, Inter Campus has developed social, flexible cooperation and long-term actions in 29 countries around the world with the support of 200 local operators, using football as an educational tool to offer to boys and girls aged between 6 and 13 each year the right to play.

In particular, Pirelli supports several projects in the countries where it operates: Romania, Mexico, United States and Russia.

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