Our participation in Social Dynamo was crucial for the development and empowerment of the organization. The organization has expanded its network in the NGO ecosystem, found suitable partners with a common vision and values and improved its organizational and operational function. We thank our mentors, Mrs. Andrioti Irini (5th cycle) and Mrs. Eleni Skondra (6th cycle) for their guidance and contribution in achieving our goals.
The Social Dynamo award was used for emporewing our organization, with actions such as:
- Training of executives in project management and 3D Design
- Design of an educational platform (e-learning) for executives and volunteers
- Collaboration with marketing expert
The project, funded by European ESC program, is implemented exclusively nationally by a group of 8 young people who want to support a vulnerable group of the population and especially people with visual impairments. Participants will design and 3D print five table games and five tactile maps for the visually impaired.
The project aimed at the development of a methodology for transforming 2D digital images (from school books, fairytales or other leaflets) into 3D printed tactile images for Visual impaired students. Moreover the images of two visualized fairytales designed by Amimoni, during the project “Fairytale without limits”, were transformed into tactile images, “Gata Koumpara” & “Koukouska“. This action is implemented in the frame of the programme Points of Support and is being funded by the following charity organizations: John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation, TIMA Charitable Foundation, Hellenic Hope charity organisation, Captain Vassilis & Carmen Constantakopoulos Foundation, A. G. Leventis Foundation, A.C.
Laskaridis Charitable Foundation, Costas M. Lemos Foundation and Bodossaki Foundation. In the frame of the project, a guidebook and an online video were designed for guiding any stakeholder who wishes to transform any digital image into a .stl file and final, via 3D printing, into a tactile image.
Below you can download the .stl files (in order to 3D print them by yourselves or ask a 3D printing expert to do it for you) for two fairytales: