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Here you can see more about our program, about our projects in Africa and in India.

Here you can see more about our program, about our projects in Africa and in India.



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    • Welcome to the meeting!
    • Humana People to People Reasons why we are doing this work…
      • 600 million children worldwide live in absolute poverty
      • 300.000 children are soldiers
      • 60 children die because of HIV/AIDS every hour
      • 130 million children do not go to school
      • 250 million children work for living
      • 11 million children under the age of 5 die annually
    • Humana People to People ... and some more reasons:
      • More than 33 million people around the world are infected by HIV/AIDS, 22,5 million in Africa alone
      • Each year, more than 8 million people around the world die because they are too poor to stay alive
      • Over 1 billion people—1 in 6 people around the world—live in extreme poverty, defined as living on less than $1 a day.
      • More than 800 million go hungry each day
      • ONE person in SEVEN has no access to clean water for drinking, cooking or washing.
    • Humana People to People Mozambique 1975
      • 98% could not read and write
      • Samora Machel, the president had 4 years in school
      • 100 doctors for 12 million people
      • No education or healthcare system
      • Whole economy based on cotton
      • 2000 telephones in the entire country
    • Humana People to People Africa today
      • Today, the continent is still in transition, with a large number of social and economic challenges, including unemployment, low agricultural production, and limited infrastructure and social services.
      • Due to these and many other problems the majority of the African countries are still considered among the poorest in the world.
      • Low income and high prevalence of HIV / AIDS combined with frequent floods and drought contribute to the difficulties the African continent is currently facing.
    • Who started Humana People to People Movement
    • Let the world be your classroom and the people you meet your teachers
    • On buses to India
    • Travelling Discovering the Reality Changing the Future Let the world be your classroom and the people you meet your teachers Knowledge demanded action Take care. Humana People to People
    • U-landshjælp fra Folk til Folk UFF - Humana People to People Started as a movement against apartheid. Collected materials, book, clothes, food ... to refugees from Zimbabwe in Mozambique. Supported ANC, SWAPO, FRELIMO, ZANU, ZAPU and liberation movements in Southern Africa. Humana People to People
    • First project in Africa Building the Chindunduma school in Zimbabwe 1980 Humana People to People
    • The Federation for Associations connected to the International HUMANA PEOPLE TO PEOPLE Movement
      • Born 1977 in Denmark as Development Aid from People to People
      • The Federation founded in its current form in 1996
      • Currently consists of 34 member associations
      • Working in 42 countries
      • 13 main sectors of work
      • Running more than 320 projects
      • Projects involve more than 5.6 million people worldwide
      • Chairperson since 1997 Maria Darsbo
      • Headquarters in Zimbabwe
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    • Here you find Humana People to People members Humana People to People
    • Humana People to People Here you find Humana People to People members
    • Humana People to People Humana People to People worldwide
    • Sectors
      • Collection, sorting and sales of second hand clothes, north
      • Clothes and shoe sales, south
      • Teacher Training Colleges
      • The schools for children
      • Vocational schools
      • HOPE Humana
      • TCE – Total Control of the Epidemic
      • Child Aid
      • Farmers clubs
      • Development Instructor Program
      • Frontline Institute
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    • Second hand clothes sale
      • The goals are:
      • To raise funds for a variety of projects in poor countries .
      • To recycle instead of throwing away out what still has value .
      • To provide clothes at affordable price level in developing countries
      • To create jobs for people who need it and through that support their families
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    • Teacher training colleges
      • Education – key to development.
      • A great lack of well trained teachers
      • Outdated pedagogoical methods
      • Teachers of the future
      • Teachers play a vital role in their community
      • 16 TTC’s in Angola, Mozambique, Malawi and Denmark
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    • The schools for children
      • Children’s towns
      • Street children’s schools
      • For children in difficult circumstances
      • Children study primary school subjects and different practical skills
      • Schools in: Mozambique, Zambia, Angola, Namibia
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    • Vocational schools
      • 15 schools in 7 countries
      • Involve 1.000 people
      • For young adults who wish to acquire skills and knowledge
      • Agriculture, construction business, Hotel and Tourism, and Motor Mechanics
      • Studies
      • Theoretical and practical skills
      • graduate with either national diplomas or recognized private diplomas at the end of their training
    • One world – One Hope
      • 10 projects in 6 countries
      • Involves 307.730 people
      • 5 main elements
      • Contact and training services (Hope centers)
      • Health services (inc. testing and counseling)
      • Operational research( learn more about HIV/AIDS)
      • Opinion Forming Activities (influence authorities, work places etc to fight against Aids epidemic with knowledge)
      • Outreach program (adapt people to safer behavior and help communities to battle the epidemic)
    • TCE – Total Control of the Epidemic
      • In Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia
      • Internationally recognized program to fight HIV/AIDS epidemic
      • Program cost 1USD/year/person
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    • Child Aid
      • 32 projects in 12 countries
      • Involves 490.000 people
      • Based on 10 main lines
      • Strengthening the economy of the families
      • Health and hygiene
      • Pre-schools
      • Children as active in the political, social, cultural and economic sphere of society
      • Children without parents
      • Education
      • District development
      • Environment
      • Local choice by each project
      • Local choice by each project
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    • C to C – from Communal to Commercial farmer and farmers clubs
      • Projects in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau,
      • Involve 76.992 people
      • Agricultural training program
      • Farmers are trained for 3 years
      • Study agriculture and at the same time get a first hand experience with new crops and new techniques
      • Farmers clubs run community banks, where members can get small loans, and various income generating productions are started
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    • Humana’s Projects in India
      • HOPE
      • Training Centers for DIs
      • Green Action
      • Academy for Working Children
      • Community Development Projects
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    • Development Instructor program
      • 13 schools in 4 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa, America)
      • Students will work as Development Instructor at one of the development projects in Africa, Asia or Central America
      • Over 10.000 DIs since 1980