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Humana people to people World soy Foundation

  1. 1. The Federation Humana People to People  36 local non-profit organizations  Members employ 9,000 staff globally  Benefit 10 million people  Global Headquarters in Zimbabwe  The Federation provides services to its members in:  Program Development  Capacity building & project management  Financial compliance  Supervision, monitoring & evaluation The Federation Humana People to People
  2. 2. The Federation Humana People to People Development models created to… • Fight Poverty and malnutrition • Combat HIV / AIDS • Develop healthy communities • Organize and build capacity in farmers • Train teachers as agents of change • Educate the next generation The Federation Humana People to People
  3. 3. The Federation Humana People to People This Presentation will focus on; 1. The TCE model developed to fight HIV & AIDS 2. Farmers Clubs developed to increase incomes and strengthen food security and nutritional status of families 3. The Teacher Training model designed to create a new generation of qualified and dedicated teachers 4. Fighting malnutrition as a cross cutting element of it all 5. Partnership MOU signed with World Soy Foundation The Federation Humana People to People
  4. 4. TCE Model in Summary TOTAL CONTROL OF THE EPIDEMIC Objective: To Educate, counsel & mobilise every individual within a defined geographic area to take control of HIV/AIDS in her/his life. • Nutrition integrated as part of the model to boost immune system of people living with AIDS • 3-year campaign - systematically engages all stakeholders in geographical bound area (1 area = 100,000 people covered by 50 field officers) • Has reached 11 million people worldwide by end of 2010
  5. 5. Geographic Coverage - end of 2010 Country # of Beneficiaries Angola 500,000 Botswana 900,000 Democratic Republic of Congo 300,000 Malawi 800,000 Mozambique 2,100,000 Namibia 1,400,000 South Africa 3,100,000 Zambia 200,000 Zimbabwe 800,000 China 300,000 India 200,000 Total 11,000,000 TOTAL CONTROL OF THE EPIDEMIC
  6. 6. Major TCE Partners  National Ministries of Health  National AIDS Councils  Provincial Governments  PEPFAR – USAID and CDC  The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria  US Department of Agriculture  The World Bank  UNICEF & UNAIDS  Johnson & Johnson  American Soybean Association / WISHH  Jhpiego TOTAL CONTROL OF THE EPIDEMIC
  7. 7. Releasing the power of production…Organizing farmers for improved food security while fighting malnutrition
  8. 8. The Farmers’ Club Model FARMERS’ CLUBS Aims to double farmer income over 3 years and increase food security while significantly improving nutritional levels of family members
  9. 9. Farmers Clubs Coverage Operating in: Guinea Bissau, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe with pilot models in DRC and Zambia Reaching a network of 75,000 small-farmers (50% women) With the support of USDA, USAID, EU, and National Governments FARMERS’ CLUBS
  10. 10. Achievements Independent evaluation conducted of the FC program in Malawi concluded: • Average crop production increased by 250% • Average annual cash income increased by 120%. • Access to water increased by 280% FC Model adopted by Government – working for national coverage FARMERS’ CLUBS
  11. 11. HPP Teacher Training Model in Brief The Federation’s teacher training program Objective: Improve quality of education by training of multi-skilled teachers who act as role models and agents of change in rural areas; • Combine theory with practice and engage in community development • Cost share from National Governments and employment upon graduation • All colleges are fully registered and accredited by national governments and integrated into national education sector plans
  12. 12. Achievements as of March 2011 • 27 nationally registered colleges operating in: Angola, Malawi, Mozambique & India • 14,000 teachers graduated; certificate from Ministries of Education • 80-85% of teachers currently working in rural areas • 1 million children benefitting from improved education • 5 million+ community members reached The Federation’s teacher training program
  13. 13. The Federation’s teacher training program     New agreements in place – preparationMalawi and Mozambique. phase: •24 nationally registered colleges operating in: Angola, D.R. Congo 54 Colleges Zambia 8 Colleges Guinea Bissau 7 Colleges India - First two colleges started, many more to follow
  14. 14. The Fighting Federation’s Malnutrition while teacher creating training development program Partners: USDA, JAM, ADPP, GCNF and The Government of Angola • School Feeding Program combined with quality teacher training • Government’s full involvement – ensuring sustainability • ADPP’s role; Educating 1,500 teachers at 11 colleges • Reaching 850,000 people with nutrition education and establishing 160 school gardens
  15. 15. Fighting Malnutrition while creating development • Student-teachers grow food for own consumption and establish school gardens during their 5 month practice period • Student-teachers provide lessons in primary schools in the areas of health, nutrition and agriculture
  16. 16. Fighting Malnutrition while creating development • Student-teachers establish and operate nutrition and health clubs for community members. • Teachers are equipped and mobilised to promote these issues during their one-year practice period, with gardens, campaigns, lessons …
  17. 17. Partnership between World Soy Foundation & Humana People to People OBJECTIVE  Joint effort to raise funds to scale up effective development programs to fight poverty and combat malnutrition.  Using the unique experiences of each organization to ensure success and lasting impact  Building on existing infrastructure and track record of Humana People to People members in 42 countries  Capitalizing on World Soy Foundation’s network of American farmers who wish to contribute to the objectives of the Foundation to reduce malnutrition through the power of Soy. Fighting Malnutrition while creating development
  18. 18. Strategies to Raise Funds – Phase 1, April-Oct 2011 Improving Food Security & Combating Malnutrition in Mozambique Farmers’ Clubs project with strong nutrition and soy element Goals: * Raise $ 175,000 for the first project through Internet Campaign * Sign contracts for a value of $ 2 million; Corporations and Major Gifts Methods;  Combination of Direct Mail e-mail fundraising  Targeted Fundraising from Corporations and Foundations such as: Monsanto, Cargill, Howard Buffet and others  Major Gifts from Wealthy Individuals such as Howard Buffett  Joint proposal development for US Department of Agriculture – e.g. Food for Education and Food for Progress Fighting Malnutrition while creating development
  19. 19. THANK YOU! We look forward to a profound and inspiring cooperation to make a lasting change in people’s lives Fighting Malnutrition while creating development