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Ending Hunger in Malawi
    Farmers’ Clubs Malawi has been running for the past 8 years in Chiradzulu, Zomba, Lilongwe and Dowa districts.   A total of 33,750
rural small-scale farmers are organized in 675 Farmers’ Clubs.   Agriculture represent the most important sector of the economy of Malawi, as it
employs about 80 percent of the workforce, contributes over 80 percent of foreign exchange earnings, accounts for 39 percent of the gross dome ... by paradzai

Self-reliance
  Producing sanitary pads is one of the activities that girls attending Nyava Youth Center run by DAPP Zimbabwe are learning to do.   An important
part of any woman’s regular monthly routine is the use of sanitary pads. This is not an issue if the woman in question can go into a shop and buy the
pads. It is not a pleasant choice if it is a decision between buying groceries and sanitary pads.   In sub-Saharan Africa, millio ... by paradzai

Better nutrition
“I am very happy with the initiative of Farmers’ Clubs members in our village. They introduced preschools and adult literacy programs.”   This
is the strory of Aua Djata, 12 years old from N'dendem, Guinea Bissau and doing her 12st grade.   “If it were not for them I would not have learnt how
to read and write. The new program has been a life changing one to many children in my village. I am overjoyed with the construction of pro ... by paradzai

Rural Development
  In Community Development Program we are fighting with the poor in rural India. This is done through developing their skills, increasing
knowledge and experience of the people.   This is done by engaging people as individuals and in groups enabling them to undertake initiatives to combat
social, economic, political and environmental problems in their communities and create a spirit of joining together to solve the big and ... by paradzai

On Pedagogy
    DNS train primary school teachers to work in rural Mozambique where lack of teachers is.   The intention has been and will remain, to
train teachers who become mind, body and soul operatives as progressive partners in a better life in the communities of Mozambique. But teaching is the core of
their activities and we have found out that this is best achieved through learning by doing – that is through practice in the prima ... by paradzai

Celebrating World Water Day
  Universal access to safe drinking water and water resources is an imperative that cuts across all internationally agreed development objectives,
including the Millennium Development Goals. Improving access to water improves health and education. It increases agricultural productivity. It is a force
for gender equality.   Yet pressures on freshwater are rising – from the expanding needs of agriculture and food production to ... by paradzai

Women, Agents of Inspiring Change
Equality for women is progress for all! The idea of development of mankind can be consolidated to its full potential if it encompass within its form gender
balance. Humana People to People share the opinion. We have seen many women inspiring change at our Teacher Training Colleges, in or Framers’ Clubs
program, in our efforts to fight HIV and AIDS and all our initiatives. Women make up half of the world’s population and represent 70% ... by paradzai

Solidarity schools in the Baltics
The relationship among education, poverty and development is not quite strong in European classrooms. The Solidarity Schools project started in Estonia,
Latvia and Lithuania in the beginning of 2013 and will remain active until the end of 2014. It involves teachers in exploring effective methods for instructing
on how to fight poverty and create development. Growth Domestic Product growth in developing countries has surpassed world average i ... by paradzai

A university for education and justice
As we approach the building, we see a bus parked in the main entrance. Some of the ADPP Mozambique One World University’s students have just come back
from a four month bus trip across Southern Africa, one of the highlights offered by the center’s three year program to become a teacher. Walking through
the hall, there are small groups of students scattered about. They speak quietly. The only sound breaking the silence far away fro ... by paradzai

Inspiring change as a Poverty Fighter
  Last year Takahito Mizokami changed his busy life as a student in Tokyo for a quieter and very different existence in the north-east of Brazil, the
country’s poorest and least developed region.    His daily tasks involved working with people in Humana People to People Brazil’s
projects, organizing cleaning actions and turning neglected spaces into safe playgrounds; assisting families in cultivating organic gardens fo ... by paradzai

Books that give hope
Books open up a new world, spread knowledge and guide the development of children. However, 260 million children across the world are still growing up
without access to them. Malawi is one of the countries where books are most difficult to find, especially in rural areas. With three quarters of its
population still living below the international poverty line of less than 1.25 dollars per day, attending school is not one of the priority co ... by paradzai

Guinea-Bissau childbirth, a dangerous business
  Aisatu had been in labor almost one whole day before the bi-weekly canoe service arrived to Bolama, the closest of the Bijagós Islands to the
mainland of Guinea-Bissau. By the time she arrived to Bissau’s hospital, six hours later, the baby was dead. Luckily, Aisatu survived.    This
small West African country is one of the most dangerous places in the world for pregnant women and newborns, consistently rankin ... by paradzai

Overcoming unemployment in South Africa
  After years of apartheid, South Africa continues to face the triple challenge of chronic high unemployment, poverty, and inequality.  The
prospect of creating a career are slim for the many of young people in the country. Moreover, the HIV and AIDS epidemic has impacted most poor
households.    Humana People to People has been working in South Africa since 1995, with the aim of improving the quality of life in all commun ... by paradzai

Harnessing limited resources for better livelihood
India has made great efforts over the last decades to reduce the percentage of people living under the poverty line: from about 55% in 1973, it has gone down
to about 27% in 2004. But poverty remains a chronic condition for almost 30% of the country’s rural population.       In 2009, Humana
People to People India started the Green Action Project in the Neemrana region in Rajasthan.The project addresses la ... by paradzai

Hungry for school
Almirante has a reason to be happy of beginning the school year: he’ll be given a daily meal as part of the ‘Food For Knowledge’
program, currently implemented by ADPP Mozambique  and Planet Aid Inc., in the province of Maputo. The objective of the program is to offer daily
meals for 60.000 school children during a three year period  (2013-2015) and to raise awareness on the importance of healthy eating ... by paradzai

Highly-trained teachers for rural Malawi
Unesco’s last education report highlights the important progress made by DAPP Malawi’s training teaching program in favor of the rural areas of the
country   UNESCO’s 2013 Education for All global monitoring report warns that the shortage of qualified teachers has led to a global learning crisis
that may affect several generations of children. Only by attracting and adequately training enough teachers, it will be possible ... by paradzai

Poverty Fighters in Brazil
  Last year Takahito Mizokami changed his busy life as a student in Tokyo for a quieter and very different existence in the north-east of Brazil, the
country’s poorest and least developed region. His daily tasks now involve working with people in Humana People to People Brazil’s
projects, organizing cleaning actions and turning neglected spaces into safe playgrounds; assisting families in cultivating organic gardens fo ... by paradzai

Learning a profession in a practical way
Mountain lovers affirm that whether to tackle large business projects or to climb high peaks, the skills you need remain the same: staying calm, being focused
and taking daily steps to reach small goals before facing big obstacles. This is the way that the Practical and Theoretical School for youth in Angola
understands education.    Designed as though it was a three-year expedition to conquer Mount Everest, the school offers ... by paradzai

Getting off the streets
  Richard’s life was never easy. But when he found himself roaming around the streets of Lusaka, Zambia sniffing glue, smoking dagga and sleeping in
dirty drain tunnels, he thought he would never get out of there. Until DAPP Children’s Town welfare outreach officer, Elizabeth Kandunda,
met him.    Street life exposes children to violence, exploitative and hazardous labor conditions, such as sex-work and c ... by paradzai

Empowering rural Chinese farmers
      Yuanyang is one of the poorest areas in China, where, according to the World Bank, around 150 million people are still living on less than
USmodule.25 per day, most of them dwelling in rural areas.    To empower Chinese farmers to improve their livelihoods, Humana People to
People set up in November 2010 the Farmers’ Clubs project in Shalatuo. The grouping of 30 to 50 members per club has assi ... by paradzai

Climate friendly processing and improved nutrition
     Agriculture is the most important sector for the development of Mozambique’s economy: 70% of the population lives in rural areas and
75% depends on agriculture for its livelihood. According to the experts from the FAO, “the country has the potential not only to become self-sufficient in
food production but also to become a regional food exporter”. Smallholder farmers account for 95% of Mozambique’s ag ... by paradzai

Another approach to HIV and AIDS
    The first recognized cases of AIDS were identified in the USA in the early 1980s. Since then, HIV and AIDS have spread across the globe. India
is one of the countries where the virus arrived later. In India, infection rates soared throughout the 1990’s and today the epidemic is not confined to
vulnerable people such as sex workers and truck drivers; it is found in all levels of the society. According to the Indian Governmen ... by paradzai

Good teachers for a better country
    Monika, who entered the teacher training school in 2012, had always dreamed of becoming a teacher. In her opinion, DNS Teacher Training
“is a very interesting way of learning. Everything is very practical, which is very good. The tasks are not only book related knowledge but also knowledge
related to our society”.   Someone once said that ‘good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more’. The DNS ... by paradzai

Campaign to plant 14 million trees.
  Humana People to People campaign to plant 14 million trees. Members of Humana People to People have decided to make tree planting an important part of
their contribution to mitigate climate change. Trees absorb CO2 while they grow. Planting trees help to reduce the rate of CO2 in the air and through that
support a stabilization of the climate. Trees also have other good influences as they can improve soil quality with humus from the lea ... by paradzai

Our Climate, Our Challenge
Humana Day 2013 will be held in 17 countries of Europe on 26th September. This year the main focus is the effects brought by Climate Change. The theme
bring together people to take action on what can be done to fight an issue that affects the lives of millions of people around the world on a daily basis and
will continue to do so for many years to come. Humana Pueblo para Pueblo has arranged many programs in Spain’s metropolitan citie ... by paradzai

A life changing program
  Recently Radio 2000 in South Africa had a live on air interview featuring the program Farmers’ Clubs, where farmers join together to improve the
production.   You can listen the interview here.   Farmers’ Clubs in South Africa is contributing to building the capacity of rural small-scale
farmers with requisite skills to achieve family food security and organic farming.   Since the inception of the program the wo ... by paradzai

Making a Difference in Malawi
  Simeon Kampala is 49 and farms in the Lilongwe Rural District. Like many of his peers, Simeon has practiced traditional farming, growing corn and
tobacco and struggling to feed himself and his family.   In 2007, Simeon heard about a new program in the area called Farmers’ Clubs, which was
bringing new conservation farming methods and other skills to help improve the situation of growers like himself.   “I learned man ... by paradzai

HOPE Humana in Zambia
Over the years HOPE Humana in Zambia has worked closely with  over 2,600 activists, more than 500 support groups for People Living with HIV, 100 youth
clubs, 121 primary and secondary schools, key district partners and health service providers. All the efforts have formed part of the contribution towards
achieving the UNAIDS 2012 theme of zero tolerance to new HIV infections. DAPP Zambia is implementing HOPE Humana projects in 7 dist ... by paradzai

Community Health Agents
  Community Health Agents Many African countries are pursuing Community Health Worker (CHW) programs in their efforts to link people to health services
and bring basic health care and information out in the communities that are considered hard-to-reach.  In the TCE program all people individually in an
area are reached with information that enables them to get in control of HIV and AIDS in their own lives and in their communities. ... by paradzai

Unlocking value through clothes recycling
Climate Change is of greatest concern to the livelihoods of all people on Earth today. New initiatives targeting environment protection are crucial to avert
the impact of climate change. Humana People to People has been undertaking eco-friendly initiatives since early 1980ies in protecting the environment by
recycling used clothes and promoting economic development. In North America and Europe, Humana People to People members collect and ... by paradzai

Social inclusion through sport
  From Brazil - Humana Brazil wants to see loving, caring, responsible, creative and engaged grown-ups as the basic element of security for the life of
every child. This simple statement is the basis for engaging and working together with the people of Cansancao and the municipal authorities in improving
the lives with people. Social inclusion is one element that Humana is working with to bring togetherness, friendship and build ... by paradzai

Reducing our carbon footprint
  From Estonia - Too often we do not think about this, that we have only one Earth and there are more than 7 billion people like us living on
it. Humana Estonia believes in working together as a team to change this world and make it a better place for living. And yourself, you can change this
world too through buying from our second hand clothes retail shops or donating your not necessary, but still useable valuables and clothes ... by paradzai

India-Microfinance for rural women
      From Humana Microfinance in India: The people can make changes. People need others to support them, assist, inspire, and give a hand.
This is what Humana Microfinance does.   The most pressing issues facing humankind can better be solved if people can organize themselves to in economic
development.   Humana People to People India has been working together with the rural women of Alwar district of Rajasthan sin ... by paradzai

Taking good care of Children
      From Humana Microfinance in India: The people can make changes. People need others to support them, assist, inspire, and give a hand.
This is what Humana Microfinance does.   The most pressing issues facing humankind can better be solved if people can organize themselves to in economic
development.   Humana People to People India has been working together with the rural women of Alwar district of Rajasthan sin ... by paradzai

DAPP Malawi Launches Teacher Training College Dowa
  Vice President Khumbo Kachali of Malawi has hailed the role private institutions are playing in the education sector. Speaking in Dowa on Friday during
the official opening of Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Teacher Training College, Kachali said the provision of quality education requires
involvement of the private sector. “While Malawi government is making great strides in improving the quality of education, the ... by paradzai

30 years of Development work in Mozambique
  The event took place at ADPP´s Headquarter in Machava with a participa- tion of more than 600 people. The government was represented by the Vice
Minister of Education, His Excellence Dr. Arlindo Chilundo, the Permanent Secretary of Maputo Province, Mr. Mario Omia, and many others local leaders of
Matola City municipality. The event started with an exhibition about ADPP´s 30 years work in the whole country. One World Unive ... by paradzai

Frontline Institute Graduation 2013
DAPP Frontline Institute held the first 2013 graduation ceremony on 24 January . The graduation ceremony took place at Frontline Institute in Shamva where a
total of 108 participants received certificates in project management courses. Guests included the guest of honour Indian Ambassador to Zimbabwe His
Excellency Jeitendra Tripathi, embassy of Mozambique officials, local government representative, partner Ngos, Ministry of Education repr ... by paradzai

INTERNATIONAL AIDS DAY DECEMBER 1ST 2012
    In Kinshasa (DRC), Child Aid Kingabwa marked the International AIDS Day on December 1st. On the day, members from the Family Action Groups in
Child Aid distributed flyers about HIV&AIDS encouraging people to be tested and know their HIV status. Another group of Child Aid members distributed
condoms from booths put up in the streets.   In order to create attention about the event, Child Aid had engaged a big group of ... by paradzai

The III Humana Spain Textile Recycling Awards
Fundacion Pueblo para Pueblo Spain carried out an award ceremony to recognize and share gratitude to the various partners it co-operates with in the clothes
recycling and environment protection. The award are given yearly and it is carried out in each of the key regions of Spain. Around 100 people including
employees, friends and members of the Fundacion Pueblo para Pueblo Spain participated in the Open Day carried out at Valderrubio (Granad ... by paradzai

World AIDS Day
    World AIDS Day - December 1st - unites people worldwide in the fight against HIV, shows support for people living with HIV, and commemorates
those who have died. More than 25 million people died from the virus between 1981 and 2007, making it one of the most destructive pandemics in history. Today,
many advances have been made in HIV treatment, there are laws to protect people living with HIV, and we understand much more about ... by paradzai

Women in Action
Women in Action Women make up half of the world’s population and represent 70% of the world’s poor.   Introduction Women make up half of the
world’s population and represent 70% of the world’s poor. They are more likely than men to be poor, illiterate, and at risk of hunger as a result
of the discrimination they face in education, health care, employment and control of assets.[i] They have less access than men to ... by paradzai

DAPP Zambia and KCM providing safe water
It is a remote village located in Mumbwa District. In this village, the first and only well was dug in 1970. 41 years down the line, the 78 households this
village has still had this water point as the only reliable source of clean water. This is Chikoloma Village situated in the district’s Nampundwe
area. When the pump broke, which it often did, trouble ensued. “You would go to the stream, and the cattle were there drinking and de ... by paradzai

Children’s Town youths enjoy the DAPP Child Welfare Day
The DAPP Children’s Town in Mayambanyama in Chibombo District was a centre of activity on June 15, 2012 as skills training students and pupils in the
community basic school were high in spirits during the DAPP Child Welfare Day celebrations that were organized by DAPP. DAPP organized the Child Welfare Day, a
day before the Day of the African Child, to reflect on the challenges that affect children and exploring ways of addressing such ... by paradzai

Farmer’s Clubs Equateur, in the forefront of development
Farmer’s Clubs Equateur, in the forefront of development Twenty two kilometers south east of Gemena district in Equateur Province D.R.Congo is a village
called Bobange, which is one of the operation areas in Farmers’ Clubs. The village is among the poorest in the district, there are no constructed
schools, and the village is highly populated with children and pregnant mothers. Farmers’ Club took it as a challenge to take dec ... by paradzai

Dreaming in colour with FARMERS CLUBS
DREAMING IN COLOUR WITH FARMERS CLUBS Production is the main focus of the Farmers’ Clubs in Humana People to People. Lack of basic agricultural inputs
as well as skills to do agriculture, has led to significant reduction in production in many places in DR Congo. In an area where maize and cassava are the
staple food, Farmers’ Clubs in Gemena in the Equateur Province has made inroads in securing better quality seeds for the rural ... by paradzai

More than a shop
Humana Spain: On March 15, Humana Spain opened a second shop in Madrid's longest street, Calle Alcalá. As in other recently opened shops, a great effort
has been put into communicating to the public, that Humana is something more than another second hand clothes shop. Large fotos express what the ultimate goal
of the organisation is, and this spurs the curiosity and interest of the customers to be. Since October 2011, 5 shops have been ... by paradzai

Eco-san toilets
HPP India:  The demand for toilets is growing in the villages, as the benefits are obvious. Many villagers are now ready to contribute 30% of the
cost. At Community Development Projects in India 82 members of 5 Women’s Self Help Groups from  5 villages held a training session on theoretical
and practical skills on different issues such as sanitation, use of effective micro-organism, vermi compost and building and using Eco S ... by paradzai

Health and Hygiene actions
HPP China:  In CDP Zhenkang main focus of the Village Action groups last year has been around improving hygiene and sanitation and improves capacities
within these two areas.   Community Development Zhenkang together with the community has started a low cost initiative in bringing improvements in
people’s Health and Hygiene .320 active members in the Village Action Groups have this year built 132 Eco-San toilets benefitting 5 ... by paradzai

CDP Zhenkang-Inventive Income Generating Projects
HPP China: CDP Zhenkang in 2011 has seen new and inventive Income Generating ProjectsTo generate more income for the local villagers, Community Development
Project Zhenkang (CDP) introduced 5?ton Konyak seeds for villagers to plant, Breeding of Bamboo rats and using pig fermentation beds as new techniquesKonya (a
fiber rich nutritional plant) is a crop that can produce very high financial return. In 2011, 25 families have benefited from thi ... by paradzai

25,000 Trees planted in Shamva
  As a response to deforestation, Humana People to People planted 25,000 eucalyptus and moringa trees in more than 100 villages in Zimbabwe. The idea of
the tree planting action was to build awareness in the local communities of Shamva district on environment conservation, global warming and how people to
think globally and act locally. Humana People to People used the festive season to plant trees with the local community in their vil ... by paradzai

South to South Cooperation
  December 19th has been declared United Nations Day for South-to-South cooperation. It envisions inclusive development, the sharing of knowledge and
resources between southern countries themselves and creating new markets to develop a broader foundation for sustainable economic growth. Humana People to
People members participate in various ways in South-to-South Cooperation, one example is the exchange of expertise between differe ... by paradzai

Activities for Youth
South Africa: HOPE Humana Youth Clubs in Ehlanzeni and Mopani improve the situation of orphans and youths. In 2011, 6.222 children and youths joined in life
orientation activities such as debates and discussions, sports and fun activities. The idea was to combine usual activities for young people with attention
towards HIV/AIDS and other critical issues for young people. The Youth Club activities are for all. This means that orphans and vuln ... by paradzai

8th store in Madrid
Expanding an already successful operation, Humana in Spain opened an 8th second hand clothes store in Madrid on December 2nd. Barcelona remains the biggest
operation in Spain for the moment with nine stores, but like in football, the ´competition´ from Madrid is there to be respected. The new store
is located on Calle Alcalá, one of the oldest (and longest) streets of Madrid, connecting the Puerta del Sol with the Aveni ... by paradzai

HIV Consolidated
  The struggle against HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa is a long battle where gradual progress and small success are to be celebrated. Development
Aid from People to People in Zambia (DAPP) reports about recent developments. Awareness and condom distribution programs are clearly showing effects in the
trench war against HIV/AIDS, but the infection rate is still high, with an estimated 17% of the population in the age-group of 15-49 ... by paradzai

Ending child labour
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has engaged Humana People to People Botswana in reducing and hopefully eradicating child labour in Botswana.
 The ILO report praises efforts done and says that Humana People to People ,,has made a strong start.” In a recent report surveying the progress
being made in eradicating child labour in Botswana, South Africa and Namibia, the ILO notes that Humana´s ,,considerable experien ... by paradzai

On Pedagogical Principles
On Pedagogical Principles From the Half Year Reports of  ADPP Teacher Training College Maputo: The Teachers training college vies to train teachers to
work in communal Mozambique where there is lack of teachers and intends to train teachers who become mind, body and soul operatives as progressive partners
in a better life in the communities of Mozambique. But teaching is the core their activities and we have found out that this is be ... by paradzai

People living with HIV and AIDS supported
    From the Half Year Reports of Hope Humana People to People in Botswana : The HOPE program mobilized people infected or affected with the virus
as it realizes their need for support from those around them regardless of their status. Support Groups, also known as Positive Living Groups, have been
established and members are meeting on regular basis to help one another on treatment adherence and positive living in general. A treat ... by paradzai

Production for own consumption
From the Half Year Reports of Teachers Training College Chimoio: Agriculture production forms a major role in the livelihood of the community, and
integrating this technique is vital to develop production skills, initiatives and flexibility of our future teachers.   Production, maintenance and
construction have been introduced in Agriculture and Construction and Maintenance subjects and as a part of the training so that the t ... by paradzai

Fermentation beds adding vitality to life
    From the Half Year Reports: From the Half Year Reports of  Farmers’ Club China:  Farmers’ Clubs Zhenkang in China equips
farmers with knowledge, skills and modern farming techniques through intensive trainings to improve their families’ livelihood in line with the Yunnan
state’s poverty alleviation program. The modern farming techniques include growing of improved high yielding variety of pota ... by paradzai

“Parents’ Days”
  Actions to improve cooperation between parents and schools From the Half Year Report of DAPP Teachers Training College Malawi: During the teaching
practice a trio of Development Instructors assisted Teacher Trainees at the Humana People to People Teachers Training College Chilangoma in initiating and
supporting an improved cooperation with parents. This took place in 2 selected teach­ing practice schools. The tradition of invol ... by paradzai

Reaching Out in higher gear
  From the Half Year Report of Frontline Institute in Zimbabwe:  Frontline Institute’s objectives on reaching out are to educate participants
to plan and carry out community development. Effective communication skills are imparted to the participants especially with regards to addressing community
leaders and the communities. They are also educated on the effective ways of community involvement in community development. &nb ... by paradzai

Kick out poverty Yuanyang
    From the Half Year Report of Farmers’ Club China:  Farming has been practiced by many for centuries in Yuanyang, a county in
China’s south western province of Yunnan. The need to increase the income and health of poor farmers and their families was inevitable such that the
birth of Farmers’ Clubs Yuanyang in 2009 through HUMANA People to People China brought smiles on the faces of many farmers.   Fa ... by paradzai

What it means to be a Support group member
From the Half Year Report of TCE Zimbabwe:  Total Control of the Epidemic in Zvimba has held one on one discussion with 22,572 people on HIV/AIDS
information in the 1st half of 2011, giving a cumulative total of 76,553 since the project inception in June 2010. 5,991 were reached through 283 communities
and 192 workplace lessons.   TCE mobilized 1,450 people for testing on HIV and this was provided by local clinics, hospitals ... by paradzai

Raising awareness in South Africa
From the Half Year Report of TCE South Africa: At the moment the program is reaching 2 million people in 4 provinces in South Africa. South Africa
has an estimated 1947 People who Living with HIV/AIDS and many actions like to establish 147vegetable gardens targeted at securing food security especially
for PLWHA, to secure better family economies for PLWHA and their families, TCE facilitated establishment of 58 income generating pr ... by paradzai

HOPE Zambia takes a stand to HIV/AIDS
    From the Half Year Report of  Hope Humana People to People Zambia : Hope  In Kabwe and Kapiri Mposhi districts,  in
collaboration with the Ministry of Health, have undertaken key interventions to improve the  impact on improved delivery of services to people living
with HIV and their families.   The process to identify the key policy issues that are affecting people living with HIV and their famili ... by paradzai

Mikolongwe Vocational School
  From the Half Year Report of Vocational School Malawi: Mikolongwe vocational training school is a DAPP Malawi project which equips the students with
vocational skills that can help them to use and sustain their own life and contribute to the development of their country. The idea of the project is to
provide youths with skills through practical training programs, which allow them to become self-employed or find employment as skilled ... by paradzai

Opinions make a difference
    From the Half Year Report of Hope Humana People to People Botswana:  In regards to social economical and political needs of the people,
deliberations and opinions are worthwhile so that peoples’ lives can change for the better.   Platforms like debates, stake holder forums and open
houses have been held to bring people together to discuss issues affecting their lives. The HOPE program has in many cases been in ... by paradzai

A Special Farm!
  From the Half Year Report of  DAPP Park Production  Zimbabwe: Park Production is a project being run by DAPP Zimbabwe with an aim of
supporting the sister projects of Frontline Institute, Ponesai Vhanu Junior and Technical College and DAPP Headquarter Zimbabwe with all the required food
stuffs. Currently, the Farm is running the following productions; Maize, Soya bean, Sun Flower production, Horticulture production, Eucalyp ... by paradzai

Changing Perception and Mindset
From the Half Year Report of TCE China: Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE) in China is a two a half year campaigning to achieve total control of the HIV/AIDS
epidemic in targeted townships of Butuo country. The program focuses a female population and through the women also reaches the men. TCE Butuo works witch a
population of 50,000 people. This is done with one-on-one visits to all women conducted in all villages by Women Federation memb ... by paradzai

Training of Female Teachers
  From the Half Year Report of Teachers Training College Malawi: UNICERF Malawi had an evaluation at DAPP Teachers Training College Dowa; an
independent evaluation was made covering the students on Teaching Practice from as well as the community lessons and Pedagogical Workshops. The results of the
evaluation showed that the students are very active both the actual teaching as well as in improving the schools where they teach. &ldqu ... by paradzai

Reaching many people
From the Half Year Report of TCE in Congo: The Humana People to People after TCE Congo program started in February 2011 with the coming together of TCE
passionates in the community to create the Community Based Organizations (CBO). A total of 12 CBO’s were created in 3 health zones in Katanga and 1 in
Kinshasa Kingabwa (that is Kenya, Kamalondo and Kipushi) bringing together more than 130 community members, 18 Training sessions on th ... by paradzai

Training for Global Development
    From the Half Year Report of Humana People to People India: The Development Instructor Program has been an integrated part of the
projects of Humana People to People India since 1999 when the first project, Alwar Village Development Program, was started in Neemrana block of Rajasthan.
Since then hundreds of DIs of all ages and from different parts of the world have opted to go to India for their 6 months project p ... by paradzai

Go hydroponic- be food secure
  From the Half Year Report of  Child Aid South Africa : Child Aid Doornkop project in Soweto has been implementing community development programs
in the following areas, education, health, HIV/AIDS, environment and food security in the township since 1998. The projects’ good track record in
implementing sustainable programs saw it receiving funding from Adcorp Holdings Limited to introduce hydroponic agriculture to the com ... by paradzai

Resounding Youth Programs
    From the Half Year Reports of Hope Humana People to People Zimbabwe:  HOPE Projects  have a string of activities with young people to
give them the upper hand in reproductive health and HIV questions and support them to be active in their communities.   A total of 583 out of school
youths with information on HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infection through video shows, sports, open discussions, debates and q ... by paradzai

ADPP 2nd Hand Clothes and Shoes Sales Malawi
  From the Half Year Report of Clothes Sale Malawi: The Second Hand Clothes and Shoes Sale in Malawi have an aim of getting a surplus from it
and starting some DAPP new development projects to create development in the country. A testimony about how the community is benefiting from second hand
clothes selling by DAPP Malawi: “Mr. and Mrs. Munthali live in Masasa, a small township in Mzuzu. They live a happy fulfilling life ... by paradzai

Contributing in Mozambique
  From the Half Year Report of Development Instructors in Mozambique: Through their work the Development Instructors bring many new ideas to
the projects. The staff, the students and the people in the community all benefit from their ideas and involvement in finding solutions and in showing new
ways in planning and organizing activities. It is important with the contribution from the Development Instructors to the projects a ... by paradzai

Reaching out to pregnant women
  From the Half Year Reports of DAPP Namibia:  TCE Field Officers have reached out for pregnant women to go for Prevention of Mother to
Child Testing services in their locally areas. Field Officers faced demands tackling the changing of the traditional practice that a woman keeps her
pregnancy secret but the campaign by Field officers is done to prevent babies from being HIV infected if their mothers are HIV positive. &n ... by paradzai

Women on the Forefront
  From the Half Year Report of Child Aid in Zambia: Development Aid from People to People is implementing a project known as Child Aid. The idea of the
project is to work with children, families and communities in order to improve living conditions for children. The project is reaching everybody in the
project area who actively wants to work for the development of their families and the community as whole. Women are not left behind in ... by paradzai

Teachers with double impact
From the Half Year Report of Teachers Training College Kunene:  The major effect is the number of children who have access to good quality
primary education. The team to graduate started in 2008 and graduated in 2011 has 67 graduates that are teaching more than 2500 children. The 169 students
currently being trained cover approximately 7800 children this year. The numbers of children being taught by EPF Kunene graduates will ... by paradzai

Leading by Example
From the Half Year Report of Child Aid in Zambia: Development Aid from People to People in Zambia is implementing a Child Aid project in Luapula district.
The program is working with 500 villages and reaching 10,500 families.In all the 500 villages there are Village Action Groups. These are groups of families,
organized to actively participate in the Child Aid program. The unique element in Luapula district is that the Village Action Group ... by paradzai

Onambelela Voc School
 From the Half Year Report of Vocational School in Namibia: The school aim to train young Namibians with appropriate skills for getting employment, it
provides them with skills through practical training programs which allow them to become self-employed or find employment as skilled workers. The school
emphasizes not only on the academic skills but also skills and attitudes such as taking good initiatives, being responsible and helpfu ... by paradzai

Spearheading new Initiatives
 From the Half Year Report of DAPP in Zambia: The Development Instructors form a crucial part in DAPP Zambia’s objective of fighting against
poverty and to create development. The Development Instructors are involved in creating and engaging in the project activities. In general all Development
Instructors adjust into the project quickly and become a part of the monthly, weekly and daily running of the project. The monthly proje ... by paradzai

Clothes Sales HPP Congo
 From the Half Year Report of Humana people to people Congo second hand Clothes and Shoes Sales:  The Project is aimed to earn money for the
community development projects  The clothes are sold at an affordable price to facilitate the poorer community to have an access to buy clothes from the
shops.The idea of the project is to reinforce the real sense of the people to people connection on our globe, where the more privileged ... by paradzai

Cashew Nuts Paying!!
From the Half Year Report of Farmer’s Club Mozambique: In a struggle to realize better prices of produce on the market, DAPP Farmers’ Clubs
Mozambique is implementing a project which is targeting cashew farmers around the DAPP Cashew Centre in Itoculo, Mozambique.The program focuses on improving
the performance in cashew production and processing in a way that strengthens the cashew value chain locally. This also includes the or ... by paradzai

Volunteers against diseases
 From the Half Year Report of Child Aid Belize: Participants from around the world, who want to do their part in fighting with the poor, are trained at
to be volunteers with the philosophy From People to People. The volunteers are called Poverty Fighters in Belize. They learn about community mobilization,
health and hygiene, vegetable garden production, environmental issues and much more, including the reality of  the poor and ho ... by paradzai

“Green Schools” program
 From the Half Year Report of ADPP in Angola: Primary Schools and Communities sparkle with environmental activities with the efforts from ADPP Teacher
Training Colleges.Most of the ADPP Teacher Training colleges in Angola (called EPF, Escola de Professor do Futuro) are implementing the “Green
Schools” program at primary schools around the colleges. This means that they mobilize and train the teachers and pupils at the scho ... by paradzai

Vocational Training in Bissorã
  From the Half year Report of ADPP Guinea Bissau: Building and construction course: The students study technical drawing, quotation bill
preparation, technical materials (tools), general civil construction. In the practical training on the school area they learn to use local material, empowering
them with the ability to do low?cost construction in their future profession. Agriculture and animal husbandry course: The students stu ... by paradzai

Raising awareness
 From the Half Year Report of TCE in South Africa:  Total Control of the Epidemic is carried out by Humana People to People in South Africa. At the
moment the program is reaching 2 million people in 4 provinces in South Africa. South Africa has an estimated 1947 People who Living with HIV/AIDS and many
actions like to establish 147vegetable gardens targeted at securing food security especially for PLWHA, to secure better family e ... by paradzai

Skills for teenagers
  From the Half Year Reports of ADPP Children’s School  Luanda in Angola:  Constant development hears more from Angola:
Children’s School Luanda started in 1991 as the result of an agreement between ADPP Angola and the Angolan Ministries of Education and of Agriculture
and Rural Development. Initially the school taught orphans and street children from 1st to 6th grade, but in 2002 extended the program to ... by paradzai

Wonders of Commitment
From the Half Year Report of Child Aid Zimbabwe: The fight to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger needs a joint effort. In response to this, DAPP Zimbabwe
through its Child Aid Projects is on the fore front in fighting for this goal. For this dream to come true, it starts with individuals, then community and the
entire nation at large. This is why Child Aid, through its income generating projects has been mobilizing the families to establ ... by paradzai

Humana People to People Laos starts up
  We are happy to tell that the first Child Aid Project is ready for starting up in Laos. On the 9th of August 2011 a Memorundam Of Understanding
(MOU) was signed between the Department of Public Health of Bolikhamxay Province and Humana People to People in Laos.The MOU is an agreement about
implementing the first Child Aid project for 1.500 families in 8 villages in the central Laos. ... by paradzai

Organic vegetable gardens for the future
Organic vegetable gardens for the future From the half year report: The introduction of organic vegetable gardens to the communities of Milagro and El Triunfo
in 2007 and 2008 respectively by Humana Pueblo a Pueblo Ecuador through its Child Aid projects brought with it joy to participating families and their
neighbors as they were trained on how to grow their own vegetables and produce more for their families’ income generation. Child ... by paradzai

Cazenga Cultural Event
From the half year report: ADPP Children’s School Luanda’s theatre group is very lively, and has many activities out with the normal school
program. The group has a core of experienced members who have been taking part for more than five years alongside new students, community youth etc. The
theatre group arranged a Theatre Day on the 8th of March, International Women Day. A total of three plays were performed and dancers of al ... by paradzai

Talent Clubs
DAPP Zambia has made a difference in the lives’ of many youths, mobilizing them to start clubs to empower their lives, realize their Talents and create
their own jobs.9 Youth talent club was formed through the DAPP project in 2010. Before they joined the program most of them they were illegal miners. Through
the mobilization for youths to start clubs that’s how they came together and formed a club. They are 15 in total. As a project ... by paradzai

Wind of Change
DAPP Chingola Zambia improves lives’ with Loans to empower community action groups. The story about poverty has always been a sad one to Mr. Mbale, a
blacksmith in Soweto Township in Chingola District. It is a harsh reality he has lived with for most of his lifetime having been brought up in a poor family and
having headed a poor family himself.    “I thought my family was cursed because I wouldn’t see the reaso ... by paradzai

Women fighting poverty
DAPP Zambia mobilizes women to start up Clubs bringing then together to share their skills, abilities and fight poverty in the community. MAPALO Women’s
club is operating from one of DAPP/KCM operational area of Nchanga North. The club started with 20 members and at present all 20 are active members. The club
members  have put their forces together with very good initiatives  after the training they received from the  projec ... by paradzai

Newsletter Belize
HPP in Belize works with 5.500 families in Child Aid. You can read about the many actions here. Click here for full report   ... by paradzai

Learn from Child Aid
  In the booklet Good Examples to Learn From, project leaders from Child Aid share experiences. Enjoy.   Click here to read full report   ... by paradzai

Eco-friendly energy
Farmers adopt low cost technology through a DAPP Farmers Club project and reduce tree cutting   The Farmers Club project in Shamva, Rushinga and Mazowe
districts have been encouraging farmers to adopt new farming methods that do not harm the environment.   Read how farmers in Chiweshe Communal Lands in
Mazowe District preserve their environment through the use of energy conserving stoves.   When the morning’s first fires a ... by paradzai

Health in herbs
A grandmother tells how herb have helped her to overcome side effects of HIV/AIDS The spread of HIV/AIDS can only be reduced when you also provide services to
the people who are infected and affected by the disease. This includes among others Voluntary Counseling and Testing and courses in Positive Living. The HOPE
projects in Humana People to People aim to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS by supporting infected and affected people in the communities ... by paradzai