The information desk for microcredit and entrepreneurial paths for legality was presented this morning in the prefecture in Rome, in the presence of the prefect, Matteo Piantedosi, of the deputy vicar prefect, Raffaela Moscarella, of the coordinator of the IV area, Protection of Civil Rights, Citizenship and Immigration , deputy prefect Velia De Bono, of the president of Enm, Mario Baccini, of the general secretary of Enm, Riccardo Graziano and of the deputy secretary, Giovanni Nicola Pes. This is a project financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020 which aims to support aspects of the migration phenomenon at European level. The Simpil project aims to strengthen the role of the prefecture of Rome as a promoter of interventions in support of the social and financial inclusion of migrants who are guided in a virtual path supported by the National Institute for microcredit to help develop that economic and social fabric of the country that refers to legal migrants in Italy At the new territorial counter for microcredit, the operators of the Prefecture will be able to profile foreign citizens and guarantee information and guidance services towards self-employment tools and will be able to guide users on services to support self-employment. Furthermore, with the activation of the digital desk, all users will be able to profile themselves and access the courses in a totally telematic way, thanks to a platform for distance training and accompaniment specially prepared for the Simpli project implemented by the prefecture of Rome. experimental model, developed by the expertise of the Prefecture of Rome and the National Body for Microcredit, can be effectively implemented throughout the national territory, with stable coordination between the administrations involved, to ensure and guarantee the socio-economic integration of migrants , in full consistency with the objectives of the Fami program. Prefect Matteo Piantedosi expressed great appreciation for the project “whose expected results will bring significant benefits both with regard to the integration processes of foreign citizens legally residing in the metropolitan area of Rome, and , more generally, as good practices from replicate throughout the national territory. “” This project, shared with the prefecture of Rome for the opening of the information desk, finds its need to support migratory and governmental phenomena by offering all the elements that are available today in our country – affirms Mario Baccini president Enm – In this case the State through the Prefecture sanctions the primacy of the public presence on phenomena and sensitive issues like this. I hope that the Simpil project can be spread throughout the national territory with the involvement of other administrations so that it becomes a European best practice and flagship for our country “.