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The Lions Club of Monaco, in partnership with Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education of Monaco, have launched the ‘Glasses for all’ project.
The operation aims to restore hope, dignity and integrity to children so that with a better view they can find their way back to school. It also gives men and women valuable help to provide for their families.
As part of the project, glasses will be collected from CM2 students at schools in the Principality. Opticians are also invited to collaborate by sending the used glasses left by their clients to the Monaco Lions Club.
From 13th May to 14th June, donation boxes will be available in cooperating schools.
Victims of domestic violence will now be able to seek help at pharmacies in Monaco, as authorities ramp up measures to protect vulnerable women during lockdown.
A second person has died from Covid-19 in Monaco. Meanwhile, the Principality’s Minister of State has fully recovered from the virus.
Now more than ever, health is at the forefront of everyone’s minds. On 7th April, we have an opportunity to thank the nurses and midwives of the Principality during World Health Day 2020.
Monaco’s support workers caring for the most vulnerable in the community are making heroic efforts to maintain vital ties to the elderly and disabled, whilst trying to remain safe themselves during the crisis.
The car was driven by Schumacher in 2001 at F1's most prestigious race, the Monaco Grand Prix. It was also in this car that he won his fourth Driver's Championship, winning the 2001 Hungarian Grand Prix. The iconic Ferrari is in racing condition and the manufacturer has agreed to help with the transport and storage of the car. Part of the record price will go to Schumacher's charity, Keep Fighting, which works for safer roads. Schumacher himself is currently still recovering from the traumatic head injuries he suffered in 2013 in a skiing accident.