An awareness programme featuring a series of lectures and workshops took place at the Sendivakkam High School, South India. Sendivakkam School is the second educational compound built by the Cuomo Foundation in the state of Tamil Nadu. The multidisciplinary educational sessions, given to students and teachers, covered different themes such as civic education, economics, personal development andeco-citizenship.
Completed in 2005 and welcoming approximately 750 girls and boys from 11 to 18 years old, the school was renamed Alfredo Cuomo Higher Secondary School on April 12, 2019. This name change paid tribute to the founder of our philanthropic organization, 10 years after his passing. The recent series of conferences responds to the new guidelines that the school has recently adopted to facilitate the professional integration of the pupils, once they complete the secondary education.
Actions in the Principality and globallyAlways remaining in close contact and communication with...
The International Women’s Day is celebrated today and tomorrow at the Alfredo Cuomo Hr. Secondary School, Sendivakkam. A series of outreach programs are thus being conducted to raise awareness among children on various current issues concerning the youth, especially the female.
Alfredo Cuomo Higher Sec. School, Sendivakkam was completed in 2005 with a capacity of 750...
Father Anthony Joseph, missionary of the Diocese of Chingleput (Tamil Nadu, India) and researcher at the Pontifical Urban University, publishes his doctoral thesis.
On Saturday February 8, 2020, the students of the Amala Annai Higher Sec. School (Mambakkam, Tamil Nadu)—a compound constructed by the Cuomo Foundation’s contribution—visited the historic site of Mamallapuram.
Festivities were held in Sendivakkam (Tamil Nadu, India) on June 22, 2019 to officially celebrate...