pdf Bilancio al 31.12.2017

pdfCertiificazione Bilancio 2017

 pdfContributi Ricevuti dalle Pubbliche Amministrazioni Anno 2017

 pdfBilancio 2016

pdf Certificazione Bilancio 2016

pdf Bilancio 2015

pdf Certificazione Bilancio 2015

pdf Bilancio 2014

pdfBilancio 2013

pdf Bilancio 2012

pdf Bilancio 2011


pdf Our Curriculum

Valentina Di GirolamoValentina di Girolamo

Lavorando con Tamat ho potuto incontrare persone meravigliose tuttora importanti per la mia vita e, soprattutto, ho realizzato che quei progetti erano l'unica causa cui poter dedicare senza alcuna riserva tutte le mie energie ed il mio entusiasmo. Grazie "casa" Tamat :)

Patrizia SpadaPatrizia Spada

A scuola in Africa: c'é sempre qualcosa da imparare!


"The year nineteen ninetyfive, the first day of the month of December, in my office (...) appeared: Sunzini Piero, Bricca Giorgio, Spada Patrizia, Carboni Giovanni(...)"

You are not reading two lines of any boring notarial act!

For us Tamat is more ...

It is from this document, of which this short extract constitute the heart, that December 1, 1995 was born in Perugia Tamat.

Perhaps it is incorrect to say that Tamat born only by a notarial act; urge an immediate correction!


Tamat was born thanks to the passion and dedication of four young professionals, who have decided to join their skills to give voice and body to their personal and professional aspirations, putting them at the service of national and international community.

Two agronomists, one economist and one sociologist who founded Tamat in the belief that strengthening and awareness of personal skills are necessary conditions for the improvement of the living conditions of each of us as citizens of a global world that does not recognize borders, but only influences and connections.


The post-war Balkans is an area where Tamat is operative since the beginning. We like to remember, among other initiatives, the decentralized cooperation, technical support to EELL and Regions in the planning and implementation of interventions to support reconstruction.


In Mostar we led a delegation of administrators to verify the possibility of cooperation projects. A member of the delegation, after the official meeting with the authorities of the Municipality of West Mostar, at the invitation to pass the temporary bridge across the Neretva River - the old bombed bridge was not rebuilt yet - to go to the City Hall of East Mostar, astonished and thrilled asks: but we just left the Hall, are there two in Mostar??


…and that's when we knew we had to expand our efforts in public awareness campaigns about the reasons for Development Co-operation, without which it is difficult to make interventions that engage local communities of our territories: we had to start EAS projects.


As we arrived in the Municipality of East Mostar we found a situation objectively difficult. The English could not be the language of communication. Local authorities speeches were translated into English, we translated into Italian and vice versa when replying Italian administrators. It was a difficult situation but that saved us. We literally transformed, with an inelegant and not politically correct attitude, but done with good intentions and with a true spirit of cooperation, immediate aid promises and supply in the agricultural sector in a more generic but certainly more realistic general spirit of "open forms of collaboration", to start common planning in agriculture.


Cultural mediation is crucial in these contexts.


Italian Administrators, in fact, on a visit for one day, touched and affected by the post-war reality, did their utmost in "campaign" promises, though in complete good faith. Promises that were unlikely to return to Italy, with weakened emotions and by coming to terms with the reality of the budget: they would be much reduced until, in extreme cases, they would disappear completely, in case of a possible "change" of Administrator. In Mostar East, however, they would have left many expectations to the Bosnian Administrators which Tamat, constantly on the field, would have had to manage with difficulty in case of the non-realization of the promises made.


Experiences on the field birthed in us the awareness that there was the need to start working in the Training sector.

Day after day we grew and, with us, Tamat. 

We understand the 'importance of sharing our ideals and our beliefs and that's how we involve and are part of our team so many young people with so much motivation and desire for change.

Today, while we are working also to create this new page, there is 10 of us working for Tamat, a small NGO in the heart of Umbria with strong aspirations that contributes daily to achieve changes it believes in, which makes the dialogue and the exchange of ideas the base to improve constantly.


We work to support local organizations, ensuring that every person, in every place, can live with their resources and expertise, we help to change unfair policies and practices determined by the power relations that create imbalances and inequalities.

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