For the purposes of human promotion, Studio Santi actively participates and financially supports the activities of the Voluntary Organization “Venite e vedrete” (VeV), especially the VeV Children’s Home in Tanzania, in Kisinga, for orphaned children due to AIDS and quality education for poor/orphan girls in Tanzania, Indonesia (Central Borneo) and Brazil (Ceará).
In Tanzania Studio Santi coordinates, pro-bono, an experimental project of low-cost rural electrification, with the College of Engineering and Technology of the University of Dar Es Salaam (UDSM-CoET), with the Tanzanian electricity company TANESCO and with the “Ass.ne Francesco Iliceto for the promotion of studies on the electricity system”.
Studio Santi has a framework agreement with the Master School of the LUMSA University of Rome for support and collaboration in the Master in management of the SDGs and co-finances scholarships for African students, potential future leaders of sustainable development in their countries of origin.
In the village of Kisinga, Tanzania, with the VeV Studio Santi association, he built and supports the VeV Children’s Home for children orphaned by AIDS, who live in poverty.
The first activity of VeV Children’s Home, in Tanzania, is the preparation of hot meals for the more than 200 children of Kisinga.
“Education is not a way to escape poverty, but to fight it” (Nelson Mandela).
The 4th goal of the UN 2030 Agenda (Quality Education) is the foundation of all the others. Studio Santi contributes to quality education in Tanzania, Indonesia and Brazil for over 100 poor children and young people, from primary school to university studies.
50% of the entire Studio Santi team is made up of women. Studio Santi fights in all the countries where it operates with the VeV association so that girls can access higher education, do not go to brides at a young age, be respected in their freedom and realize their potential.
Valerian, in the picture, after graduating in economics in Arusha and the MSDG Master at LUMSA, now works in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, in the large cement plant of the Heidelberg group.
The mission of Studio Santi is to provide companies and institutions with the engineering and scientific skills necessary to ensure sustainable energy, both in Italy and in the poor countries in which it operates, together with non-profit associations and universities.
Having university origin, Studio Santi has its DNA in innovation, in the energy sector and at the service of industry and infrastructure. Innovation in energy.
With its activity Studio Santi contributes to the design and development of sustainable cities and communities. Examples are the sustainable developments conceived, designed and developed with the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome or with Fiumicino airport.
Studio Santi has worked on electric renewable energy projects for about 1.1 TWhe/year, thermal renewables for 0.9 TWht/year and energy efficiency for over 0.2 GWhp/year. Studio Santi has thus contributed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by over 400,000 tons of CO2/year, as if each member of the Studio Santi team had so far contributed to planting a million trees (!).