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Mountain walk in the Lombardy Region (Italy): discover how Cohesion Policy supports Adelmo

In the Lombardy Region (Italy), adult workers can benefit from numerous opportunities to carry out their job while engaging in territorial development thanks to the European Cohesion Policy. Adelmo is an imaginary character created by Montana174 project, whose intention is to showcase real projects financed by the 2014-2020 Cohesion Policy for workers in mountain areas.

Discover with him from what initiatives local citizens can benefit in his mountain area:

1. Mountain hut’s renovation

The local Italian Alpine Club volunteers are renovating a local mountain hut that has been closed for many years in “S. M. Staffora” e “Brallo di Pregola”. These facilities will be offered free of charge to cyclists, pilgrims, artists and travellers who will be able to experience the territory not only as a place of passage, but also as a moment of encounter with its community.

2. Smart Oltrepò : co-working space in mountains

The mountain community Oltrepò Lombardo, in collaboration with the Cooperativa Sos – Beeasy – Consulting Call Center, launched the Smart Oltrepò co-working space. The aim is to attract workers and families to spend time in the mountains of the Alto Oltrepò Pavese for working and discovering the territory. The Smart Oltrepò provides professionals and smart workers with a multi-functional space open 7 days per week with 4 workstations, a call room, high-speed connection, HDMI displays for computers, and convention with local swimming pool.

3. Ancient Roman Furnace

The ancient roman furnace of Massinigo was restored and turned into an educational hub for schools and families and a tourist centre. Domestic and international visitors can go learn about the history of the Oltrepò Pavese region, while visiting the surrounding mountains.

4. Crescere insieme in Alto Oltrepò

The social project “Crescere insieme in Alto Oltrepò” (Growing together in Alto Oltrepò) was launched to help working parents look after their children in the Municipality of Bagnaria, as well as for families in Varzi and the entire Mountain Community. Thanks to this programme, children attend educational workshops and play with their friends before and after the school hours, while their parents are working. Moreover, transport services for kids are also foreseen. Children between 2 and 16 years old can participate to these activities.

 

Have a look at how Adelmo experienced Cohesion Policy in her mountain walk (available in English and Italian).

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