The Cuomo Foundation has been working for over 15 years to assist the impoverished and disadvantaged in their life projects.
The main objective is to give the beneficiaries the resources to build improved futures.
Published here are the results of these years of worldwide support.
Resources allocated globally by field of action
DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES BETWEEN MONACO AND The rest of the world
Allocated by field of action
BREAKDOWN OF EACH CONTINENTS
With India initiating the formation of our Foundation, Asia has long occupied a prominent place in the distribution of our funds across the globe.
Over time, other developing countries have attracted our attention with innovative projects and positive partnerships have been created.
Monaco: Evolution of the number of partners
MONACO: AID FOR BENEFICIARIES
Since its establishment, the Cuomo Foundation has been involved with numerous Monegasque organisations that support humanitarian actions.
RESOURCES ALLOCATED 2001-2015
Monaco vs rest of the world
MONACO: RESOURCES ALLOCATED TO THE MONEGASQUE RED CROSS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME
The share of the operational budget Monaco
International: IPCC Scholarship Programme
IPCC: RESEARCH AREAS FOR SCHOLARSHIP
Since 2013, the Foundation has participated in the scholarship programme initiated by the IPCC. As part of this partnership, we support a number of PhD students from developing countries conducting research on climate change issues directly affecting their own countries. The various subjects of research cover areas in Asia, Africa and South America.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS COVERED BY THEIR STUDIES
IPCC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME: AREAS OF STUDY
The research covers the following areas: socio-economic models, basic sciences, climate change and water.
India: Beneficiaries of scholarship programmes
Since 2004, over 240 high-school students have been assisted by the Alfredo Cuomo Scholarship programmes to access further education colleges and vocational training.
DISTRIBUTION BY GENDER
INDIA: MARRIAGE AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE
Every year, almost half of the recipients of the scholarship programme are female.
Access to further education and professional skills training enables these females to have career choices even with family / work conflicts.
INDIA: PROFESSIONAL CAREER CHOICES
The vast majority — close to 90% — of young Indian graduates from our scholarship programmes will be employed in the service sector.
The service sector covers a wide range of activities ranging from commerce to administration, including transport, financial and real estate activities, business and personal services, education, health and social action.
INDIA: TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT WITHIN THE SERVICE SECTOR IN DETAIL
Here is the breakdown in detail within the service sector. One area is distinctive: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), prized by more than 40% of young people graduating from higher education.