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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Schools and hospitals bombed in Syria; over one hundred and fifty thousand flee in a week

Schools and hospitals bombed in Syria; over one hundred and fifty thousand flee in a week

Humanitarian Aid and Development

"I tried migrating three times and lost my brother on the last attempt," says Birtukan from Ethiopia

Humanitarian Aid and Development

Gallery: One World in Brussels 2019

Gallery: One World in Brussels 2019

Human Rights Support

Planting for a Sustainable Future in Zambia

Planting for a Sustainable Future in Zambia

Humanitarian Aid and Development

Children and young people we work with are mainly bound by their parents’ limited education. These parents cannot help with school, which is the biggest obstacle on the path to a quality education. We help them to overcome this obstacle. For the youngest children, we run pre-school clubs which prepare them for ordinary nursery schools or primary schools.

"People in Need has such an excellent reputation as a partner in development," says Ambassador of New Zealand to Philippines about the joint cooperation in the country

Humanitarian Aid and Development

A renovated water pump connecting families during the displacement crisis in Ethiopia

A renovated water pump connecting families during the displacement crisis in Ethiopia

Humanitarian Aid and Development

A look #insidetheaid in Syria

A look #insidetheaid in Syria

Humanitarian Aid and Development

This is Us, This is Ukraine – a series about ordinary people living through war on the EU’s doorstep

This is Us, This is Ukraine – a series about ordinary people living through war on the EU’s doorstep

Humanitarian Aid and Development

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