The collaboration between Sika Italy and Lisca Bianca, which began in 2016, continues. Lisca Bianca is dedicated to the social and work integration of young people that had a complex childhood. Sika Italy has given support to this project, providing construction solutions and technical equipment.
Partnership with Lisca Bianca to support social and job-related integration in Sicily
Two different organizations, multiple objectives in common: The collaboration between Sika Italy and Lisca Bianca, which began in 2016, continues. Lisca Bianca is dedicated to the social and work integration of young people that have had complex childhood. Sika Italy has been providing construction solutions and technical equippement.
The goal of cooperation: Creating a future for disadvantaged young people. In partnership with the Municipality of Palermo, the project Scalo 5b is born, a large space, equipped with modern devices, reception and co-working areas. The hall with the name "Scalo 5b" reflects the the objective of offering education and trainings for young people in the community, and to promote trade and handcrafts. Sika Italia engages in social projects, working with local partners and supporting them with the implementation of construction related work.
A shed transformed into a work space and integration
Sika provided solutions for the renovation of the shed where the Lisca Bianca project will start, intervening in the flooring, in the roof, in the walls, in the restoration and structural reinforcement of the pillars. Sika also provided economic resources to purchase the necessary equipment for the activities of the laboratories.
Lisca Bianca - an association that fosters the social and work integration of disadvantaged young people
The goal of the Lisca Bianca association - which manages the shed - is to promote the social integration of young people marked by a difficult childhood. The project aims to respond to the need to offer children life experience within a reliable team, in a natural environment within a protected educational context. The beneficiaries of the intervention are young people in difficulty, who often come from a critical social context.