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Welcome to Humana People to People


Humana People to People is a network of autonomous development organizations, located in Europe, USA, Africa, Asia and Latin America.

 

The development work members do is diverse, but all based on fighting shoulder to shoulder with The Poor.

 

The development approach is centered on people organizing together in their communities as they take an active role in creating changes in their lives.

 

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News From the Field
Africa Day
  Humana People to People stands in solidarity with Africa as it celebrates its Africa Day. We say Long Live Africa!   Africa Day ...

Early Childhood Education
Quality early childhood education lays the foundation for lifelong learning. Although many regions in the world are achieving higher levels ...

Unsung Heroes of Rural Resilience
  Ellen Kacha, a smallholder conservation farmer of Hamaundu settlement in Pemba district. Credit: Friday Phiri/IPS PEMBA, Southern ...

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From People to People
Fighting Shoulder to Shoulder
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Publications
Humana People to People Annual Report 2010
ADPP Angola Report 2010
ADPP Reltario annual 2010 Portuguese
Farmers Clubs 2011 Report
From the Track Record
Prof. E.N. Sibanda on TCE Field
Ministry of Education
Impact Assessment of Teacher
Ministry of Education, Angola