...our association carries out activities in the areas of information, awareness generation, and education to universality, diversity, tolerance and peace by conducting meetings, seminars and campaigns. It carries out social and health support activities through its volunteers for the poor, the disabled, immigrants, AIDS patients and the elderly.
We continue to contribute, together with other associations in Rome and the University Roma 3 (Masters Degree in Human Development and Food Security), to the activities of the Roman Observatory on Actions against poverty. The Observatory aims to understand, study, disseminate, enhance and, where possible, coordinate the different ways, methods and directions of development cooperation conducted by the city of Rome towards the south of the world in the fight against poverty.. We continue to implement projects, rehabilitation, development and combating social exclusion in Italy and in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.
We produce and distribute a bimonthly magazine on the themes of solidarity and international cooperation, with a circulation of close to 5,000 copies.
Dokita was also among the first in Italy to adopt Remote Support as a form of practical help, particularly to children in developing countries. Along with a group of associations it has given life to "The Gabbianella", a coordination unit of groups (so far, more than 40) engaged in remote support projects in over 80 countries. Dokita is a member of the SAD Forum and has signed "The Charter of Principles for Remote Support" and "The Charter of Quality Criteria for Remote Support."