HISTORICAL VALUE OF FDIA NGO FOUNDATION
1808: establishment of the Foundation, was birth in 1808 by the first Italian who emigrated to Argentina;
1810: Foundation FDIA participates in the creation of the blue-white symbol of Argentina;
1812: General Manuel Belgrano, full name Manuel José Joaquín del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Belgrano y Peri (Buenos Aires, June 3, 1770 - Buenos Aires, June 20, 1820), was an economist, politician, Argentine general and member of the Foundation FDIA. He participated in the defense of Buenos Aires during the British invasions, the May Revolution, the Argentine War of Independence and, marginally, the Argentine Civil Wars. It was the creator of the flag of Argentina on June 20th while he was on the banks of the Parana River in the town where stands the present city of Rosario. Distinguished member of the Foundation FDIA.
1860: The Foundation FDIA collaborated in the liberation of Italy, contributing financially to the expedition of the "Thousand"' of Giuseppe Garibaldi. The Expedition of the "Thousand" was the crucial episode of the Risorgimento. It happened in 1860 when a thousand volunteers, under the command of Giuseppe Garibaldi, set off in the night between 5 and 6 May from Quarto, in the territory of the Kingdom of Sardinia to Sicily, in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies allowing the annexation to the nascent Italian state.
1870: The FDIA Foundation founded the Belgrano district, located north of the Buenos Aires targeting (Argentina) in honor of General Manuel Belgrano.
1873: The FDIA Foundation contributes to the construction of the Presidential Palace which is now the Sarmiento Historical Museum in the Belgrano district of Buenos Aires.
1874: Nicolas Avellaneda, eminent member of the FDIA Foundation, he was appointed President of Argentina taking office on October 12, 1874 at the age of 37.
1895: Officially transformed into a Foundation on August 15, 1895
After 1910: The FDIA Foundation contributed to the vaccination of the Argentine people against the yellow lever of Rio de Janeiro. Between World War I and World War II, the FDIA Foundation supported and collaborated with Europe by socially helping people in difficulty with the intervention of vaccines, food pharmaceutical systems, etc.
1958: One of the members of the FDIA Foundation: Arturo Frondizi of parents of Italian origin was elected President of Argentina on May 1 of the same year.
1962: The Argentine FDIA Foundation maintaining active cooperation with different Italian companies.
1980: The FDIA Foundation construction a school with a capacity of 330 children to the province of Chaco in the town of Roque Sáenz Peña.
1983: The FDIA Foundation resumes its activities in Argentina to propose and carry out renovation work.
1990: The FDIA Foundation donates another school building to the province of Buenos Aires in the municipality of Ranelagh in Argentina, also building a school canteen for 250 children.
1997: The FDIA Foundation participates in the drafting of the old Kyoto protocol on tiles. Including the FDIA Foundation of the 90s, it carries out several works in collaboration with other institutions and countries.
In November 2010: The FDIA Foundation participated in the international assembly of old alternative energies in Bucharest, Romania, and the Japanese supervisor Shuji Nakarnura was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2014 for the invention of LED lamps.
2000: CODEX CODICUM ETHICA SCIENTIA HABITAT
2002: MINHA CASA MINHA VIDA
2010: FDIA it is a NGO legal consultative status member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 2010
2012: The FDIA Foundation created a work as a Direction of BOND GREEN in Brazil by Mato Grosso.
2013: The FDIA Foundation produces drinking water systems in the province of Salta, Tucumán in Catamarca (Argentina).
2014-2015-2016-2017: to date, the FDIA Foundation has contributed to several projects of all kinds around the world with its technical and financial partners (Social Assistance, Fight against Hunger,Training and Education, Health). Studies of new technologies for medicines for the good of humanity. Designing for Libya and Tunisia in the north of Cartagena, the new home water network, sewers, drains with their respective sewage plants.
2018: The FDIA Foundation has carried out many conferences in Cameroon for educating young people about the disadvantages of illegal immigration,proposing a educational,humanitarian & pedagogical programmes with legal purpose for fighting and avoiding illegal immigration from Sub-Saharan Africa in the following countries of departure: Benin, Camerun,Tchad. Accompanying young people in the realisation of their various life projects and assisting those who return from travelling from abroad to reintegrate in their country of origin with programmes that will create employment and social integration on Benin, Camerun and Tchad.
2019: The FDIA Foundation has presented with scientific and humanitarian purpose a preliminary project denominated multifunctional hospital to His Excellency the Minister of Health in Tunisia for a redevelopment programme in the health sector, in particular for the development and renovation of operating theatres and sterilisation centres to provide services in the public hospitals, as well as the strengthening of the ambulance fleet in the hospitals.
2020: FDIA Foundation has carried out a cooperation with the local farmers in Cameroon for a economical support in innovative technological field in agriculture sector,ensuring “FAIR TRADE AS AN ENGINE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH”. In the same year FDIA Foundation has developed welfare programmes to help abandoned & orphaned children in Cameroon.
2021: The FDIA Foundation have supported the fight for COVID-19 ,providing Personal protective
equipment. In Sudan was started a research and development for supply clean,safe,potable and reliable water.