Tears from Haitham: A Syrian aid worker’s harrowing story
Since the beginning of December, intense conflict in freezing weather has forced 900,000 people to flee their homes in northwest Syria. Local humanitarian workers, who are often the last hope for families on the move, have not been spared from hardship in the worst crisis since the war in Syria began nine years ago.More information >
Making clean water more accessible in Ethiopia
The Loka Abaya district in southwest Ethiopia is a rock-strewn and rutted place. With little greenery and scorching heat, clean water is hard to come by. To help those who live here, People in Need (PIN) has drilled boreholes, installed pipes, and built water pumps to improve the region’s water and sanitation facilities.More information >
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.