We provide immediate humanitarian aid and help people get back on their feet. We work in more than 30 countries, support child education, help the poorest and most vulnerable, and support human rights activists. We hold the values of mutual help, solidarity and humanism in high esteem.

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 Free Five Pro-Democracy Activists after Unfair Trial

Free Five Pro-Democracy Activists after Unfair Trial

People in Need urges for the immediate and unconditional release of five pro-democracy activists from the Vietnam National Self-Determination Coalition. After almost 2 years of pre-trial detentions, they have been charged in an unfair trial.

Iraq: Back to School Open Day

Iraq: Back to School Open Day

Discover People in Need in November

Discover People in Need in November

Photo story to celebrate the International Day for Disaster Reduction

Photo story to celebrate the International Day for Disaster Reduction

In Syria, the whole generation of children who have experienced nothing but war is growing up. Education and a secure school environment are, therefore, crucial to their future. We ensure that the schools we support in the northwest of the country are appropriately equipped and tailored for all children, taking into account their special needs.

Herders in Mongolia protect their animals and livehoods thanks to the weather forecast and pasture information SMS system

Herders in Mongolia protect their animals and livehoods thanks to the weather forecast and pasture information SMS system

Antonina Mikhailovna celebrates her 90th birthday on the frontline in eastern Ukraine

Antonina Mikhailovna celebrates her 90th birthday on the frontline in eastern Ukraine

No lost generation. After ISIL, children in Iraq are given a second chance at learning, friendship, and life.

No lost generation. After ISIL, children in Iraq are given a second chance at learning, friendship, and life.

We increase the quality and quantity of Georgia’s bee-products

We increase the quality and quantity of Georgia’s bee-products

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Helping refugees in Angola