Samusocial International

Overview

According to the United Nations (UN), as a result of growing urbanisation more than 60% of the world population will live in cities by 2030 and likely in bigger and bigger cities such as metropolises. This fast pace and unregulated urbanization contribute to growing numbers of uprooted people, without any access to basic services and far from accessing economical opportunities.

In both developed and developing countries, though severe exclusion is linked to poverty, precarious conditions, as well as difficult access to material resources, exclusion is a much more complex concept, and resulting from a long process of lacking multiple supports, experiencing disconnections and deprivations. Exclusion is a social death sentence.

In order to respond to the needs of persons in severe exclusion living in cities, Doctor Xavier Emmanuelli launched ‘samusocialdeParis’ in 1993 with the mission to reach out to these persons.


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