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Mammadù Onlus Italy

The italian Association Mammadù Onlus, established 23/04/2014, has no party or political affiliation and is a non-profit organization, pursuing exclusively its social solidarity goals.


Paola Ciarlante
Chair and Treasurer

Mammadu - Paola Ciarlante Presidente e Tesoriere

Andrea Gallo

Mammadu - Andrea Gallo Vice Presidente

Franca Antonini

Mammadu - Franca Antonini - Segretario

Nadia Cincotto

Mammadu - Nadia Cincotto - Consigliere

Patrizia Baldi

Mammadu - Patrizia Baldi - Consigliere

Agnes Albrecht

Mammadu - Agnes Albrecht - Consigliere

Mammadu Onlus operates in social assistance, pedagogy, health-social and psychology sectors and other forms of assistance and aid to socially emarginated communities in Namibia.


  • It supports orphans, minors and their underprivileged families at the Mammadù Support Center in Namibia, established and managed by the non-profit organization Mammadù Trust headquartered in Windhoeck.

  • Its long-term goal is to establish more Mammadù Trust Support Centers.


The Association can pursue all activities leading to achieve its institutional goals:

  • Raise funds to be used for institutional goals, such as donations, grants, bequests or any other means.
  • Advance the volunteer program in the Supports Centers in Namibia established and managed by Mammadu.
  • Select, form and enroll in Italy volunteers collaborating in fund raising activities, fostering the acquisition and enhancement of their specific competences and knowledge.
  • <Negotiate, finalize and execute any kind of agreement with associations, institutions, individuals and corporations, aimed at achieving or contribute to realizing its goals./li>
  • Submit information on contents and motivation of its activities, specifically to its own Members and supporters, via Internet, publications, media, etc.
  • Run activities connected directly to the institutional ones, i.e. related as supplementary.