Because strengthening skills is the way to find a job and keep it over time
Because the improvement of living conditions is achieved through work and valuable relationships.
Because an evolved society is an inclusive society that knows how to value diversity.
Our aim is to enable everyone to find work and keep it over time.
For over 10 years we have been taking care of the needs of the person and his family to improve the living conditions of those who come to us.
Many people this year
have benefited from our services
We develop a personalized pathway to help you find a job
Who we address
People, companies, trade associations, employment agencies, the third sector, institutions and public administration can contact us.
Fernando BernacchiUnione Artigiani di Milano e della Provincia Monza Brianza
“I got to know Work is Progress of the Soleterre Foundation at a very difficult time because I had lost my job due to Covid. It helped me acquire new skills and find a new area of work, thus also solving my housing problems.”
María Estela GuevaraSocia del COMHECH - El Salvador
“Soleterre with its projects does not give us ready-made fish on the table, but teaches us how to fish. This helps us understand that in order to move forward we, rural women who benefit from the projects, must also do our part. For example, when I received the funds for the production of natural disinfectants, they also explained to me all the administrative aspects and, since I can't read well, my nephew accompanied me, so he became part of the family business. It is good that poor people are involved and that the Soleterre team supports us on complex issues, such as the development of the business plan, always explaining to us that the most important thing is our business idea as this is what we have to develop. I have seen Soleterre accompanying many women and young entrepreneurs in rural areas where the funds to promote inclusive development projects hardly ever arrive.”
Víctor Manuel LópezConcejal Municipal Concepción Quezaltepeque - El Salvador
“I see in Soleterre a team that promotes local development starting from the people who live in their own community context. Women, young people and children from vulnerable areas are the protagonists of growth processes, and this is good because they are not simply given assistance, but they themselves build their own development. There are women and young people, including several migrants who have returned from Italy, who have started a business thanks to Soleterre's continuous support. During the pandemic I was able to see that Soleterre is not only present in the territory in good times, but also in emergencies. In fact, in Chalatenango they have been at the forefront of education, health and citizen participation.”