Key reports from our organisation

Publications

Key reports from our organisation

 

Annual reports

Progress Report 2023 (English)

Progress Report 2023

We are excited to announce the publication of our Humana People to People Progress Report 2023.

The report highlights the work that Humana People to People through its network of 29 members associations carried out during 2023, guided by our common agenda to protect the planet, build communities and support people by connecting them with others in transformative programmes, unleashing their potential for positive change and action.

The report shows how our transformative programmes, placed in the global context, help improve lives here and now, and build hope and strength for the future. The report features Spotlight On an Issue, a new way of focusing on issues that Humana People to People through its members have addressed together with people living in some of the most challenging regions of the world.

Reaching over 17.9 million people in 2023, the report features stories of change, amplifying voices of the people engaged in our programmes.

We would like to appreciate the unwavering support and contributions from all our partners, members and associates, for continuing to take part in changing the world through undertaking invaluable development work as described in this 2023 report.

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Progress Report 2022 (English)
Progress Report 2022 (English)
Relatório de Progresso 2022
Progress Report 2022 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2021 (English)
Brief Progress Report 2022 (English)
Progress Report 2021 (English)
Brief Progress Report 2022 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2021 (English)
Progress Report 2021 (English)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (English)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (English)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (French)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (French)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (Portuguese)
Progress Report Brief 2021 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2021 (French)
Progress Report 2021 (French)
Progress Report 2021 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2021 (Portuguese)
Progress Report Brief 2020 (English)
Progress Report Brief 2020 (English)
Progress Report Brief 2020 (Portuguese)
Progress Report Brief 2020 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2020 (English)
Progress Report 2020 (English)
Progress Report 2020 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2020 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2019 (English)
Progress Report 2019 (English)
Progress Report 2019 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2019 (Portuguese)
Abridged Progress Report 2019 (English)
Abridged Progress Report 2019 (English)
Abridged Progress Report 2019 (Portuguese)
Abridged Progress Report 2019 (Portuguese)
Progress Report 2018
Progress Report 2018
Progress Report 2017
Progress Report 2017

 

 

Online webinars

Africa's Second-hand Clothing Industry: Driving Growth and Job Creation

Africa's Second-hand Clothing Industry: Driving Growth and Job Creation

Join our May 24 webinar to discover new insights into how Africa's second-hand clothing industry drives growth and job creation.

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Capacity statements

A Theory of Change

A Theory of Change

Second-hand clothes are just one strand of the Humana People to People* movement’s wider work.

The movement strives to protect the planet, build communities, and support people by connecting them with others in transformative programmes, unleashing their potential for positive action, and change.

Working side by side with communities and governments, we are aligned with the UN2030 Agenda and support countries as they strive to meet the UNSustainable Development Goals.

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Gender Capacity Statement

Gender Capacity Statement

HUMANA recognizes the vital importance of gender equity and inclusivity.

By embedding gender equality principles and practices into our work, we strive to create a more just, equitable, and resilient world for all.

We believe that true progress and transformative impact requires an intersectional approach that addresses the unique needs and challenges faced by individuals in all their diversity, including women and girls.

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