Friends of Humanity

Friends of Humanity SA is a Geneva-based non-profit organization supporting initiatives and projects in five essential areas: - Human rights and dignity - Education and training - Healthcare and medicine (including alternative medicine) - Environmental protection and conservation - Microfinance
Support a school for 450 students in Burundi!
 
The International School is a collaborative effort between the Maison Shalom and the parents of the community of Ruyigi, Burundi. The school aims to provide an excellent education to the children of Maison Shalom and the surrounding community. In order to enhance the learning and development of the children, we ask for your support in providing educational and recreational infrastructures, including desks, books, computers, and a basketball and volleyball court. project reportread updates from the field
Let's Support a School for 125 Children in India!
 
Many children in the Arunachal Pradesh region don't have access to education. The nearest school is too far away from where they live. Funding a new school and the girls' boarding school in Boddishata, India will give 125 children access to higher education and help their families and communities sustain a higher quality of life.FOH will support this school for 20 months; a sewing course will be launched for girls and access to drinkable water will be provided project reportread updates from the field
Empower disabled women in Uganda
 
This project will support the Uganda Disabled Women's Association to help disabled people and women in Jinja and Wakiso, Uganda. The project will help to solve the unemployment rate among the most vulnerable where they will be able to access small loans to start own businesses. The NGO will employ a programs officer, a cashier, a credit officer and a driver. project reportread updates from the field
Send our girls to school in Tanzania
 
An African proverb says, "If we educate a boy, we educate one person. If we educate a girl, we educate a family - and a whole nation." Thanks to education of girls, the community as a whole can benefit from a strengthened socio-economic position of its female population and from local development. The project intention is to give a chance to girls who are living far away from the school. project reportread updates from the field
Build wells for 200 villagers in rural Nepal
 
Nepal has a long-standing infrastructural problem. The poor quality and lack of roads in the country has crippled its development. Therefore, most Nepalese households lack basic needs such as drinking water, electricity and proper latrines. With your help, we will be able to support 32 households and 200 villagers in Mohorigaun. RIDS-Nepal was created in 2002 with the goal of providing the basic services to the households of this rural, remote village. project reportread updates from the field
Feed 80 Homeless People in Ulaanbataar, Mongolia
 
This project will support the Lamp of the Path NGO Soup Kitchen to feed 80 homeless people in Ulaanbataar, Mongolia. The project employs locals to provide efficient, culturally sensitive support to overcome hunger with locally purchased food in one of the coldest capitals on earth. Lamp of the Path NGO employs a doctor and a nurse and provides free medical screening and free medicines to the same homeless people who come for the daily lunch. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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