NEWS

Latest news from our projects: stories, numbers and successes

 

U ANGELO: STORY OF A BURMESE FARMER

U ANGELO: STORY OF A BURMESE FARMER

Today we tell you the story of U Angelo, a farmer who has been able to improve the living conditions of his family and community thanks to the collaboration with the rural development project of New Humanity International in eastern Shan State. Here's what he shared...

TOGETHER FOR MYANMAR POPULATION

TOGETHER FOR MYANMAR POPULATION

The recent political crisis that Myanmar is going through is not only creating an atmosphere of uncertainty but also exacerbating poverty conditions of the whole population. In a country where more than 1.620.000 people (3 out of 10) used to live already under poverty...

COVID19: IT’S EDUCATION EMERGENCY

COVID19: IT’S EDUCATION EMERGENCY

For a year now, the covid 19 health crisis has affected each country and we all have felt the consequences on our skin. To the health crisis, however, the educational crisis has been added. What does that mean?     It means that if we gave the floor to a...

A MATTER OF NUMBERS

A MATTER OF NUMBERS

What happened in KENG TUNG and the near villages in 2020? Simple, it's a matter of numbers. And this was possible because New Humanity local staff managed to carry on projects of water infrastructure, training, support for families with disabled children, agriculture...

CBR: WHAT IS THIS AND WHAT HAS NEW HUMANITY TO DO WITH IT?

CBR: WHAT IS THIS AND WHAT HAS NEW HUMANITY TO DO WITH IT?

Since 1995 in Cambodia, 2005 in Myanmar and 2016 in India, New Humanity chose to promote inclusion of people with disability strengthenin all development’s aspects of the person inserted in its context and community. For this reason all our projects follow the...

NEW HUMANITY’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 EMERGENCY

NEW HUMANITY’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 EMERGENCY

   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....

NEW HUMANITY CHANGED OUR LIFE!

NEW HUMANITY CHANGED OUR LIFE!

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...

NEW LOCK-DOWN IN OUR PROJECTS’ COUNTRIES

NEW LOCK-DOWN IN OUR PROJECTS’ COUNTRIES

Unfortunately Covid-19 pandemic is not improving in Myanmar and India, at the opposite the situation is now worsening. In Myanmar this week the lock-down re-started even stricter in Yangon region, where we have our central office. Our country director, Livio Maggi, is...

CHIT NAING, TOGETHER TOWARDS AUTONOMY!

CHIT NAING, TOGETHER TOWARDS AUTONOMY!

Chit Naing is a 3 year old boy with down syndrome, he has a developmental delay in cognitive skills and lives in Kon Lon village tract, in Taunggyi district. Our physiotherapist, Ju Ju, visited his family for the first time at September 2019 and since then he improved...