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Monegasque cooperation supports No Finish Line

Monegasque cooperation supports No Finish Line

By Staff Writer - November 21, 2018

On the occasion of the No Finish Line, which took place from 10 to 18 November, the Government of Monaco, through the Directorate of International Cooperation, sponsored the kilometers traveled by the staff of the State services, with 11,000 euros donated to the Children & Future association.

© Directorate of Communication / Manuel Vitali
© Directorate of Communication / Manuel Vitali

State officials and agents have again mobilized heavily this year, covering 10,269 kilometers.

As every year since 2009, the Directorate of International Cooperation (DCI) converted each kilometer travelled by officials and agents of the state into one euro. This sum, rounded to 11,000€, will be donated to the Children & Future association.

For many years, the DCI has had a strong partnership with the association through the Monaco Collectif Humanitaire programme, co-financing aid projects in Mali, Madagascar and Senegal.

A great event for fundraising, this race is a show of solidarity with one goal: helping children in difficulty.

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