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  • PAMP CO-SPONSORS UNICEF FUNDRAISER IN TICINO

    PAMP was pleased to join with other Ticino-based companies at Hotel Splendide Royal in Lugano last night for a charity event organized by the Swiss Committee for UNICEF.

    The event entitled 'Ticino's Commitment To The Children' raised CHF 60'000 to benefit the organization's vital efforts aimed at assisting children worldwide.

    UNICEF CEO Wolfgang Gemünder extended his gratitude to all companies present for their support of the endeavor, which aims to fight chronic malnutrition in children worldwide. Local sponsors of the event included BancaStato, Assimedia, Pentagram and the Mendacta Foundation for Life.

    During the event, PAMP awarded one lucky participant with a 10 gram gold Fortuna bar, which was presented by PAMP CEO Nadia Haroun. The event also featured live entertainment from comedian Leonardo Manera.

    PAMP was honored to co-sponsor the event as part of its commitment to its local community and institutions. The bond between UNICEF and Ticino grows stronger every year, and PAMP is delighted to be a part of that relationship and to support the organization's global missions.

    To visit the official website of the Swiss Committee for UNICEF: www.unicef.ch/it

    To view PAMP's Social and Environmental Responsibility Report: PAMP Sustainability Report

  • ANNOUNCING NEW VIDEO FOR UNESCO COIN AND MEDAL PROGRAMME

    PAMP invites you to view a brilliant new video for the UNESCO Commemorative Coin and Medal Programme – now available for viewing and sharing at the official PAMP YouTube page.

    The new video covers the full range of the cooperative international programme including the areas of the organization's World Heritage Convention, Celebrations and Anniversaries, and the Man and the Biosphere Programme.

    As UNESCO's exclusive partner in the historic initiative, PAMP produces and distributes special coin collections to celebrate the international organization's activities and goals in relation to education, science, culture and communication.

    For more information on the UNESCO Commemorative Coin and Medal Programme, please click here.