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Presentation of the campaign #coopforafrica in the Roman headquarters of UNHCR. From left, the president of the Community of Sant'Egidio, Marco Impagliazzo; the president of Coop Italia and Ancc-Coop, Associazione Nazionale Cooperative di Consumatori, Marco Pedroni; the representative of UNHCR for Italy, the Holy See and San Marino, Chiara Cardoletti and the medical chief of Doctors Without Borders, Stella Egidi. December 3, 2021 | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIO PERI
Refugees from the Horn of Africa who were refugees in the Tigray camps in Ethiopia arrive in Rome Fiumicino airport, Italy | Photo: ANSA/ARCHIVE/REDAZIONE TELENEWS
A banner at Rome's Fiumicino airport welcoming a group of refugees who arrived thanks to humanitarian corridors | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/ TELENEWS
The 'Kara Tepe' camp on the island of Lesbos, Greece | Photo: EPA/Vangelis Papantonis
 A welcome sign for a group of refugees who arrived in Rome via a humanitarian corridor | Photo: ANSA/TELENEWS
From file: A welcome banner at Fiumicino airport for a group of Syrian refugees who arrived in Italy through a humanitarian corridor sponsored by the Community of St. Egidio | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS
Refugees from the Horn of Africa who arrived in Rome on May 28, 2021 through humanitarian corridors | Photo: Community of Sant'Egidio
A girl who has arrived in Rome's Fiumicino airport |  Source: Twitter Comunità di Sant'Egidio
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A welcome banner hangs at the arrival of a group of Syrian refugees at Rome's Fiumicino airport, 25 September 2019 | Photo: ANSA/TELENEWS
The Community of Sant'Egidio has been working on Lesbos for some years now and has already airlifted several groups of asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants to begin new lives in Italy  | Photo: Courtesy of Sant'Egidio
Two boys walk on a road where asylum seekers from the destroyed Moria camp find shelter near a new temporary camp, Mytilene, Greece, September 14, 2020 | Photo: EPA/DIMITRIS TOSIDIS
The Catholic community Sant'Egidio are running activities on Lesbos this August with a group of about 150 volunteers from around Europe. Offering hope to migrant families who participate in their activities | Photo: With kind permission of Sant'Egidio