🔵 Why is hygiene education so important to us? Because without it, the missions of providing clean water to people would be incomplete! In Somalia, we conducted a three-day training course for hygiene promoters who will teach school children about proper hand washing methods and disease prevention. Project supported by UNICEF Somalia and KFW.
The blast in the Beirut harbor killed almost 200 people. Thousands have been injured and/or lost their only source of income, very often are suffering from PTSD. One third of the city turned into rubble. Watch the film to find out how PAH is helping the people of Beirut.
" Because of restrictions our children and grandchildren couldn’t visit us for a long time, our grandson could come only recently, of course this is hard. We’re trying to stay safe, we don’t go into town too often. " - says Walentyna Savchenko who lives in the village Novoluhansk in Eastern Ukraine. ...
💧In many schools in Kenya the problem is the lack of access to clean water. That is why we equipped 3 schools with a rainwater collection system and water tanks. We also conducted hygiene training for children and teachers! The Project is co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
Heavy flooding continues in South Sudan causing internal displacement. We are there to provide protection assistance to the most vulnerable. More than 600,000 people have been affected❗️ Find more in the latest UNOCHA South Sudan flooding snapshot. 📊https://bit.ly/3boIVu2
In Somalia, we help people who had to leave their homes due to flash floods❗️ As part of a project financed by EU Civil Protection & Humanitarian Aid - ECHO we have delivered emergency kits including necessary hygiene items and jerry cans to 300 affected families in Kahda and Dharkenley District.
In Kenya, we support the activities of agricultural cooperatives such as Wendano Kwa Nthei, whose members have built a sand dam and a shallow well! 💪🏿 💦 As a result, clean water will be available all year round, also during the dry season. The Project is co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
💦 In Somalia, we increase access to water and safe sanitation in 5 health centers. Our activities include, among others, the construction of elevated water tanks. We have been operating in Somalia since 2011. Our priority is to provide the local people with access to clean water and improved sanitation. Suppoert our activities 👉 https://www.pah.org.pl/en/somalia/
‼️South Sudan has been hit by severe flooding again. Initial estimates say that 45,000 households have been affected, and it hasn't stopped raining. Access to many villages is very difficult as the roads are completely flooded but our local employees are dedicated to helping those in need. Please, support our activities ➡️ https://www.pah.org.pl/en/donate/?form=south-sudan
💧When there is no safe drinking water source in the area, people may be forced to drink contaminated water, putting them at risk of contracting waterborne diseases such as typhoid fever, cholera and diarrhea. We have been operating in South Sudan since 2006. Our priority is to provide local people with access to clean water and improved sanitation. Your support enables us to provide more much needed aid 👉https://www.pah.org.pl/en/donate/?form=access-to-water
💧 More than one-third of the Somalia's citizens have insufficient amount of freshwater to cover their basic needs such drinking, cooking and washing. Learn the story of Afifa, a women who had no choice but to leave her home because of the terrible drought and end up in the camp for internally displaced in Deynille, Somalia. Everybody deserves access to clean water! Please, support our activities ➡️ https://www.pah.org.pl/en/donate/?form=access-to-water
❗️In Yemen 70% of the population is suffering from food insecurity and malnutrition. 🔵 Together with our partner Caritas Polska we delivered food baskets to 100 pregnant women, patients the Imran Health Facility. The clinic also received infant formula for babies who are less than six months old. We want to prevent malnutrition and support breastfeeding mothers. Our actions are possible thanks to your support!