ANNUAL REPORT 2020

Finally online! Discover stories, figures, photos and data that made 2020 a year full of wonderful results reached together, though difficult.

FOOD FOR MYANMAR

The political crisis in Myanmar is enhancing poverty conditions of the whole population and thousands of families don’t have food to put on the table. Through our staff we help families by distributing food, medicines and basic materials. Help us to face this emergency:

LIVIO MAGGI, DIRECTOR OF NEW HUMANITY MYANMAR, KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF THE STAR OF ITALY

The Honor was given on the 28th of June by the Italian Ambassador in Yangon, Alessandra Schiavo. Livio Maggi is the first citizen in Myanmar to receive this important recognition

NEW HUMANITY
INTERNATIONAL

PEACE · COOPERATION · DEVELOPMENT

Our vision

We want to contribute to a new society where everyone could get education and care and be involved in development of his own community.

Our Mission

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.

OUR PROJECTS

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.

supported children

trained adults

provided trainings

data for 2020

NEWS

Latest news from our projects: stories, numbers and successes

 

DAYAMIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE: NEW CENTER FOR YOUTH OPENED IN DALA

DAYAMIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE: NEW CENTER FOR YOUTH OPENED IN DALA

In this time of difficulties and when the covid pandemic is trying to make its way back among the Burmese population, what happens in Dala, on the southern outskirts of Yangon, seems the perfect cure for any possible distress. Here, young boys and girls are given a...

THE STORY OF NAMAN FROM JAIPUR SLUM

THE STORY OF NAMAN FROM JAIPUR SLUM

After telling different stories from Myanmar, now it’s India time: we asked our staff in Jaipur to tell us the story of Naman, a boy who is taking part into Navchetan Community Based Rehabilitation program. Here is his story!   “Naman is a 11 year old boy, first...

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