In India, Generali supports the Muktshala residence in partnership with Pride India. The project seeks to guarantee the right to education to 80 children and teenagers aged between six and sixteen. They are the children of the migrant workers of Raigad, in the district of Maharashtra, an area which has seen the eradication of the native population, leading to high levels of truancy. The aim of the project is to increase at least by 55% access to quality education and by 80% children’s learning levels in a year.
In the residential structure provided, the children are welcomed in an environment that is appropriate for their development, with access to food, medical support, education with qualified teachers, teaching and sports material, and supporting material for the various extra-curricular and recreational activities.