Since 1995 in Cambodia, 2005 in Myanmar and 2016 in India, New Humanity chose to promote inclusion following the methodology of Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) as an approach for an integrated development of people with disability.
Our COVID-19 response was immediate. Since March we invested 21.567 € for food, basic goods and hygienic materials distribution, for medicines and doctor’s visits and for prevention trainings.
PEACE · COOPERATION · DEVELOPMENT
We want to contribute to a new society where everyone could get education and care and be involved in development of his own community.
We’re taking root in context we’re operating, walking side by side with local communities and responding to emerging needs, in order to promote education as a tool to defeat all forms of poverty and exclusion, especially for most marginalized.
New Humanity is active in South East Asian region, taking roots in the territory and at the service of local communities, to respond to emergent needs considering the education as main tool of development. We’re operating in the field of disability, education, social inclusion and rural development. Actually we are developing projects in Myanmar and India.
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Latest news from our projects: stories, numbers and successes
Since 1995 in Cambodia, 2005 in Myanmar and 2016 in India, New Humanity chose to promote inclusion of people with disability strengthening all development’s aspects of the person inserted in its context and community. For this reason all our projects follow the...
Since COVID-19 showed up in Myanmar and India, our local staff supported our beneficiaries in many ways. Covid-19 spread hadn’t only health consequences, but the biggest impact in our project’s context was the socio-economic consequence of local lockdowns....
My name is U Ah Jone. I live in Khun Sai (Upper) Village under Loi Mwe Village Tract, in Kyaing Tong township. In my family we are eight: my wife and our 6 children. I am a Li Shaw ethnicity. We grow three acres of paddy field. The paddy fields are located six miles...