In cooperation with the Slovak National Theatre we enabled, for the fifth time, 300 children with hearing disabilities from all over Slovakia to take part in theatrical performance. This year, it was a ballet performance based on the book The Little Prince.
In cooperation with the Slovak National Theater we prepared, for the third time, a theatrical performance for children with hearing disabilities from all over Slovakia. This time, it was the fairytale ballet LUSKÁČIK.
The performance was seen by 300 children.
In 2008, we prepared for the first one the unique performance for children with hearing impairment.
It had a great success, that is why we continued to develop this project in the following years.
In 2011, PROVIDA, in cooperation with the Civic Association PUNKT, organized a competition for young architects and designers in order to boost public areas. Its goal was to design scenic benches, located in the pedestrian zone on the Danube river. 137 designers from various European countries participated, and the jury chose the winner – Slovak designer Helena Berger. Scenic bench project is an example of cooperation of non-profit and business sectors, which together with the Old Town of Bratislava gave an opportunity for young talent to work for the benefit of domestic and foreign users of Bratislava’s public space.
Dizajn Helena Bergerová © 2012 pre PUNKT, o. z. a Nadácia PROVIDA
Organizátor projektu: PUNKT, o. z.
Hlavný partner: Nadácia PROVIDA
Partneri: Bratislava – Staré mesto a KLOCOK Poprad, s.r.o. (výrobca lavičiek)
S technickou podporou: Holcim Slovensko, a.s., 30/70 productions, s.r.o.
S finančnou podporou: Fond Táne Rosovej
Michaela Solnická is a young architect, dedicated to architecture with a human dimension in African countries. She works in the non-profit organization Kafuli in Burkina Faso, which deals with fair trade oriented arts and crafts, responsible tourism and non-formal education. This non-profit organization is located in Bobo Dioulasso, the second largest city in the country. In addition to handmade production as bags, packaging and other craft products, the organization deals with the education and training of women, who produce these products.
PROVIDA supported the construction of new shelters that significantly improve conditions of work of the local women and provide space for training, education, informal meetings and community life. Kafuli promotes an architecture that is based on sustainable principles, using new technologies, employing and educating local people, protecting the environment and cultural heritage of the country.
Learn more about the project at www.kafuli.org