The Federation Humana People to People H P l t P l 2005‐2012
The Humana People to People Movement= Members of the Federation = Countries where the Members also work
Examples from the programs: Training Teachers for Primary Schools h f h l75 million children Children out of school *):worldwide are not Angola 492.000enrolled in schools. Mozambique 365.000 Malawi 134.000The number of children The number of children India 4.866.000 4 866 000going to school has DRC Congo not knownincreased with 28 million Zambia 184.000since 1998 but the world Guinea Bissau 56.000 *) Latest official figures from UNESCOpopulation increased with 800 million people in the same period. Humana People to People Humana People to People operates 35 Teacher Training Colleges educating primary school teachers for rural areas
Examples from the programs: Mobilizing People to take control M bili i P l k l themselves of HIV and AIDS33 million people are People living with HIV *):living with HIV world wide. South Africa 5.600.000The figure has increased The figure has increased Mozambiqueq 3.300.000with 5 million since 2001. Zimbabwe 1.200.0002 of every 3 living with HIV Zambia 980.000lives in Sub‐Saharan Malawi 920.000Africa.Af i DRC Congo DRC Congo unknown k India 2.400.000 *) 2009 Figure from UNAIDSPrevention works. In 33 countries, new HIV incidences has fallen by Humana People to Peoplemore than 25% since are reaching 5 million people2001. with the program Total Control of the Epidemic. Control of the Epidemic.
Examples from the programs: Training Farmers in Farmers Clubs l bDespite many years of Despite many years of Undernourished persons Undernourished personseconomic development in and percentage of world most parts of the world, 850 population *):million people are still 2006‐08: 850 million (13%)undernourished. 2000‐02: 836 million (14%) 1995‐07: 792 million (14%)80% of the people getting 1969‐71: 876 million (26%)insufficient food are living in insufficient food are living in *) FAO Hunger Portalrural areas. Humana People to PeopleThe worst affected region is trains 52.000 small Sub‐Saharan Africa where 31% S bS h Af i h 31% scale farmers to achieve food scale farmers to achieve foodof the population gets security and to earn an insufficient food additional income growing small cash crops.
Examples from the programs: Fundraising through collection and F d ii h h ll i d sale of used clothing gMost clothes in USA and Use per person of clothing andEurope are discarded long textile fibres in 2010:before they are used up. USA USA 35 kg 35 kg Europe 20 kg32% of all used clothes in EU Asia 3‐9 kgare being collected for reuse or recycling. or recycling Humana People to People l lIn this way the environment is has collected and sold used saved for 3,9 million ton of clothes since the 1980’ties.waste per year.The figure in USA is 15%. The surplus has financed hundreds of sustainable The world wide trade in development projects.second hand clothes is second hand clothes is6 billion pieces per year.
Characteristics of the programsCharacteristics of the programs We are standing shoulder to shoulder with We are standing shoulder to shoulder with the poor Those we work with are doing their part Only people themselves can make a change People need to be organized in the programs to succeed t d We do not seek quick successes and then move on, we are prepared for the long haul move on we are prepared for the long haul From people to people Solidary Humanism y
The HPP Clothes & Shoes Sales based in 3 markets in 3 markets Sales of original clothes ClothesContainer Donation of clothes and shoes Collection, Collection sorting and packing Shipment of Africa clothes Sorting Blouses Atlantic Ocean Sales in local African Casablanca Rabat Oran Algiers Tunis Tunisia Tripoli Mediterranean Sea Skirts Sweaters Morocco Banghäzï Alexandria markets La’youn Western Sahara (Morocco) Tindouf Algeria Libya Al Jawf Cairo Egypt Aswän Mauritania Nouakchott Mali Africa Faya- Largeau Port Sudan Red Dakar The Gambia Banjul Senegal Tombouctou Burkina Faso Niamey Niger Chad Khartoum Sudan Eritrea Äsmera Sea Shops in Europe p p Baby l th B b clothes Bissau Guinea Conakry Freetown Bamako Ouagadougou Togo Benin Nigeria Kano NDjamena Al Fäshir Addis Ababa Djibouti Somalia Côte DIvoire Porto- Novo Central African Republic Guinea Bissau Ghana Monrovia Accra Lagos Ethiopia Cameroon Children’s Sierra Leone Liberia Abidjan Lomé Equatorial Guinea Malabo Yaoundé Bangui Kisangani Jübä Uganda Mogadishu Saõ Tomé Kenya clothes Sao Tome & Principe Libreville Gabon Congo Brazzaville Zaire Rwanda Burundi Kampala Kigali Bujumbura Nairobi Mombasa Kinshasa Kalemie Dar es Salaam Tanzania Sports clothes Atlantic Ocean Luanda Angola Lubumbashi Mtwara Moroni Antsiranana Lobito Lilongwe Zambia Nacala Malawi Lusaka Harare Madagascar Zimbabwe Mozambique Antananarivo Beira Namibia Bulawayo Botswana Packing Gaborone Toliara Windhoek Pretoria Maputo HUMANA SECONDHAND Lüderitz Mbabane Johannesburg 0 500 1000 1500 km Swaziland Indian Ocean Maseru nautical miles Durban 0 1000 South Africa Lesotho Shirts Trousers Cape Town Port Elizabeth I993 MAGELLAN GeographixSMSanta Barbara, CA (800) 929-4MAP Men’s Suits
Contributing every day to a better world ld Picture from Pi t f preschool with lots of children
Humana and Planet Aid’s clothes business Concrete action against Global Warming Concrete action against Global Warming Clothes collected in 2011 reduced: in 2011 reduced: ‐ the emission of CO2 by 446.000 ton y ‐ the use of fertilizer by 74.000 ton ‐ the use of pesticides by 37.000 ton ‐ the consumption of water by t e co su pt o o ate by 744 million m3
The Federation s headquartersThe Federation’s headquarters Map of southern Africa, Zimb + HQ indicated