NEWS

Latest news from our projects: stories, numbers and successes

 

A BIT OF HOPE FOR DISPLACED CHILDREN

A BIT OF HOPE FOR DISPLACED CHILDREN

Since February 2022 until today 211 displaced children in Taunggyi had the chance to attenda school again and to re-gain a bit of hope. Here some updates from our project coordinator of “Do Giaong – Our School”. “Initially established as a rehabilitation center for...

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE AT SAN SIRO STADIUM!

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE AT SAN SIRO STADIUM!

"The future starts here!" Last saturday, archbishop Mario Delpini met all children waiting for the Confirmation in San Siro Stadium, during this meeting FOM (Fondazione Oratori Milanesi) decided to introduce everybody to one of our projects in Myanmar: the Golden...

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE FINALLY STARTED!

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE FINALLY STARTED!

"The future starts here!" Again big news from Yangon! Do you remember the new educational project in a slum of Insein? Yesterday was the first official school-day at our Golden Beehive!  It's a small early childhood education centre for children aged among 3 and 4...

TOGETHER FOR MYANMAR AT PIME CENTER IN MILAN

TOGETHER FOR MYANMAR AT PIME CENTER IN MILAN

Last saturday, April the 9th, at PIME center in Milan we lived a day dedicated to Myanmar named "Together for Myanmar". Participation has been higher than foreseen and Myanmar community was very happy and satisfied for the attention paid. A lot of events have been...

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE IN A SLUM OF INSEIN

THE GOLDEN BEEHIVE IN A SLUM OF INSEIN

"Our future starts here!" Great news from Yangon! We’re starting up a new education project in a slum of Insein. We are building a small early childhood education centre for children aged 4 years old, in order to start a work in pre-scholar education and, at the same...

MAUNG HTOO’S SECRET WISH

MAUNG HTOO’S SECRET WISH

This is the story of Maung Htoo: an 18-year-old boy with TEV who thanks to New Humanity has been able to live a dignified life and find an employment for his future. Maung Htoo is an 18-year-old boy suffering from a congenital malformation: clubfoot. His family...

UPDATES FROM THE SHAN STATE OF MYANMAR

UPDATES FROM THE SHAN STATE OF MYANMAR

The promotion of a sustainable and inclusive model of economic and social growth in Myanmar's Shan State continues! Located in eastern Myanmar, Shan State occupies about a quarter of Myanmar's total land area and is the largest of all the states and regions in the...

“DO GIAONG” – THE FREEDOM TO EDUCATE ONESELF

“DO GIAONG” – THE FREEDOM TO EDUCATE ONESELF

Thursday 3 February 2022 was a big day for hundreds of children in Taunggyi: a primary school for displaced children aged between 6 and 18 was inaugurated! The recent political crisis in Myanmar, besides creating a climate of insecurity, is exacerbating the poverty of...

RONAK’S REVENGE ON LIFE

RONAK’S REVENGE ON LIFE

Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it (Charles R. Swindoll) This is the story of Ronak: a child suffering from a form of disability who, thanks to our Navchetan centre and the support and therapy received from our rehabilitation workers, has seen...

DAYAMIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE: TESTIMONIES FROM THE FIELD

DAYAMIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE: TESTIMONIES FROM THE FIELD

In the southern suburbs of Yangon, in the Dala district, we started a new project in May 2021. How is it going? Tun, Tida, Win, Tan, Zaw and Min tell us how their lives have changed. The project is located in a district where more than half of the youths between the...

NANG WIN, BUILDING HER FUTURE

NANG WIN, BUILDING HER FUTURE

 “Schools are closed, but thanks to New Humanity I can still learn and build my own future!” Here the story of Nang Win, who, in spite of schools’ closing due to Covid-19, managed to attend vocational trainings organized by NHI and she’s now dreaming of being a...

SHUBHAM: FROM DISGRACE TO RESOURCE FOR HIS FAMILY!

SHUBHAM: FROM DISGRACE TO RESOURCE FOR HIS FAMILY!

This is the story of Shubham: our Navchetan program completely changed his life and opened new horizons in less than three years, now his family no further looks at him as a disgrace, but as a resource! Shubham was born in 2012, in the slum of Jawahar Nagar in Jaipur,...

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...

THE PINK SIDE OF NEW HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL

THE PINK SIDE OF NEW HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL

Through the most different places, offices, indian slums or burmese villages, there are several women and mothers working tirelessly together with New Humanity International. Today we want to tell you about the “pink side” of New Humanity, that is alongside women and...

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...

ANNUAL REPORT 2019

ANNUAL REPORT 2019

Did you know that during 2019 we supported, thanks to your help, 2134 children and we trained 3767 adults with our projects in Myanmar and India? This successes, and more else that we’re showing in our annual report, wouldn’t be possible without the support of all...

CREATING NETWORKS DURING LOCKDOWN

CREATING NETWORKS DURING LOCKDOWN

The whole Myanmar, last month, has been in lock-down. Our staff wasn’t allowed to enter any center, that’s why we had to transform our support in different ways: food distribution, provision of hygienic materials and training at distance. Since May the 13th until the...

COVID-19: EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN MYANMAR

COVID-19: EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN MYANMAR

Many people, after last developments in south-eastern Asia, came back in Myanmar from Thailand and China, where they were for job. The Ministry of Health published on 5th April the amount of those people: 45.498 burmese people came back during last two weeks of March....

WATER: NOWADAYS PRECIOUS MORE THAN EVER

WATER: NOWADAYS PRECIOUS MORE THAN EVER

The project for water and sanitation in Yang Kha and Yaung Nan villages, Kyaing Tung's township, is not stopping, and they shouldn't stop because nowadays this kind of projects are showing their crucial role.  "We've always worked in rural areas to grant access to...

MYANMAR: SUPPORT DURING LOCKDOWN

MYANMAR: SUPPORT DURING LOCKDOWN

As in many other countries, also in Myanmarthe lockdown has started already since some week. Also here schools have been first to close, followed by different centers and agencies. Also villages locked down, roads are closed and people aren't allowed to go out. Until...

PASSION AND LOVE CAN TRULY IMPROVE LIFE CONDITIONS

PASSION AND LOVE CAN TRULY IMPROVE LIFE CONDITIONS

I am Ma Hlaing, I’m working as a Community Based Rehabilitator (CBR) with New Humanity Myanmar since 2005. I completed CBR course at Youth Training Center, recognized by Department of Social Welfare, in Yangon in November 2004. Immediately after that I started working...

COVID-19: EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN INDIA

COVID-19: EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN INDIA

Here few words from our local program manager: “At present lock down is until 14th April. The extension of it depends on the situation of COVID 19 spread. In daily reporting there is high jump in the number of people infected. So the next few days  are very crucial....

COVID-19 PREVENTION AND PARENTING IN MYANMAR

COVID-19 PREVENTION AND PARENTING IN MYANMAR

At the beginning of this month, our Program Manager for education, Senglat Ja, gave parenting education training in 5 villages near to Taunggyi and Kyaing Tong, in Shan State. At these trainings attended 333 people and they learnt topics as: importance of...