#SavePeopleFromYemen Over 2,500 schools have been damaged or destroyed by war in Yemen. Many of them have been used as displaced families shelters or taken over by armed groups. ➡️Every child deserve access to education. Please donate: bit.ly/2QEa9S6
We are calling for your help! ➡️Listen to Rafał Chibowski, who works in our team, which is organizing our mission to people from Yemen. ➡️Share our call and donate: bit.ly/2QEa9S6 Together, we can help those who suffer in the result of war!
Lack of water, food, medical care, shelter, and education - this is the result of a 4-year war in Yemen. Over 22 million people in Yemen are in need of humanitarian aid. It's ¾ of all population of a country. It's time to act - together we can do much more! ➡Please donate and share: http://bit.ly/2QEa9S6
💪During an official closing ceremony, people who attended our vocational training in Iraq have received certificates! 20 of the best participants will be granted an opportunity to attend 3 months long internships to improve practical skills. 🤗Good luck! The Project is co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
The PAH #SouthSudan WASH Emergency Response Team have constructed four sample latrines and four blocks of emergency latrines at clinics and schools in Jebel Boma. Sample latrines support communities in building their own constructions based on the same project. 👥Sarah Atem, a mother of eight, constructed her own latrine. Check out photos 👇👇👇 Project co-funded by European Commission - Civil Protection & Humanitarian Aid Operations - ECHO
Ahmed was forced to flee home and move to another location within #Syria. 7 years of ongoing #conflict means that some of the children do not know any other reality than war. ➡ In 2017, out aid reached 581 687 people in Syria! We are stronger together!
🤔Do you know the minimum standards in water supply according to Sphere Standards? 💦Average water use for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene in any household should be at least 15 litres per person per day. The maximum distance from any household to the nearest water point should be 500 metres with queueing time no longer than 30 minutes.
For 25 years, Polish Humanitarian Action has been responding to the needs of people affected by armed conflicts and natural disasters. Read, watch, listen ➡➡➡ The first 25 years of PAH history: https://www.pah.org.pl/first25years/en/
✊People have a right to know who, what and why is delivering aid in the area. We make sure that access to information is easy, complaints mechanism is provided and a contact info is available. ➡Dignity comes first! ✅Check out banners informing about a project in Somalia, we conduct together with UNICEF.
In Dohuk/Iraq we provide vocational training. Among others, we train future IT specialist. 🤗New skills and knowledge help to find a job. ➡The Project is co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
#Syria Almost 80 percent of the households across the country are struggling to cope with the lack of food or money to buy it. 📦Together with World Food Programme - WFP we distribute ready-to-eat food kits to people in the greatest need.
🗓Seven years of conflict in Syria has forced more than 6M people to flee within a country. -"What do you miss the most?" - we asked Abdul, who is an internally displaced person himself. -"My town, my land, my home, my neighbors, my family, everything" - he answered. ➡Watch a new interview at 6 PM CET.