Italo-British Bragagni awarded in San Marino for contrasting poverty
The Italian-British entrepreneur Maurizio Bragagni, president of the Esharelife foundation, was awarded an honor by the Greek government “for his commitment to combating hardship and poverty in the poorest areas of the world and for supporting migrants “. The Minister for Immigration of Greece, Notis Mitarachi, presented the Ministerial Commendation Medal B Class to Bragagni on the occasion of his official visit to the Republic of San Marino, a country of which the Tuscan Bragagni is the consul in the United Kingdom. On the Titano the member of the government of Athens was received by the Captains Regent and by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Titano, Luca Beccari.
“Maurizio Bragagni has been engaged for years in an intense charitable action, through the Esharelife Foundation, to reduce poverty by eliminating situations of hardship that push, especially in Africa, many people to abandon their land and their people to seek their fortune elsewhere by putting at risk of his own life”, explained Minister Mitarachi, also emphasizing the role played by the entrepreneur in “strengthening bilateral relations between Greece and San Marino”.
Bragagni said he was “honored by this recognition of a work that Esharelife has been carrying out for years every day in favor of those who suffer, are in need and seek a better future through human promotion, education and training. A work that there are no limits in the religion, nationality and gender of the people we try to help to build a better future for them and their families”. Among the various projects supported by Esharelife, there is that of the NGO AVSI in a very poor area of Kenya allowing a thousand boys, without any distinction of sex or race, to have an education and to do apprenticeships.