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In Partnership with Many

In Partnership with Many

Humana People to People has been working directly with communities for 33 years, and has extensive experience collaborating with funding partners who have an interest in contributing to the fight with the poor. Humana People to People engages with its partners in development to promote progress in communities in the areas of production, health, education, environment protection, economic livelihood, child welfare and other tailored interventions.


Humana People to People members are registered organizations in the countries in which they work and are part of the local civil society. They work to strengthen other stakeholders in the form of community organizations, the community itself, families and individuals. Humana People to People empowers people and enjoys the trust of the people. It is a ground-level partner with the community where the development projects take place while also engaging with local, provincial and national authorities about problem identification and strategies for solutions.


Through partnerships, important development tasks can be solved and contribute to the desired community transformation relevant to attain the UN Millennium Development Goals, international resolutions and national government development strategies.


Partnership in Development is a real people to people effort. Development is created by people with the understanding that their contribution is crucial for progress in our world. We thank all the people who are active in the projects.

Partnership in Development constitutes an important element in financing Humana People to People's activities. The members of Humana People to People implement projects in partnership with, among others:

Governments: Government of Angola, Guinea Bissau, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia and Zambia, USAID/PEPFAR and PMI, AECID of Spain, DANIDA of Denmark, MFA Finland, MFS Holland, MFA South Korea (KOIKA) US Department of Agriculture, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Belgian Embassy, Japanese Embassy, Dutch Embassy, Embassy of Norway in Angola, Belgian Development Co-operation, National AIDS Councils in several countries.

Local governments: Generalitat Valenciana, City of Madrid, Government of the State of Bahia, Brazil, Provincial Governments in Angola, Provincial Governments in South Africa, State Governments in India.

Multilateral donors: The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UNICEF, UNESCO, The UN Democracy Fund, European Commission, EDULINK (EU), Asian Development Bank, The World Bank, The African Development Bank.

Companies: Johnson & Johnson, Nokia, Sonangol and their business partners - Total, Chevron and BP, StatoilHydro, Mozal, BHP Billiton, MCEL Mozambique, DELL Giving.

Foundations: Fundación Caja Navarra, Audemars Piquet, FACT Foundation (Fuels from Agriculture in Communal Technology), Toyota Foundation, Exxon-Mobil Corporation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Beit Trust, Waterloo Foundation, Fundación MAPFRE.

NGO's: World Vision, Family Health International (FHI), Population Services International (PSI), ADRA, Water Aid, Concern International, Practical Action, Children First, Light for the World, Academy for Educaional Development (AED), Joint Aid Management (JAM), Technoserve, TERI.