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Food Insecurity in the World

THE POOR COUNTRIES ARE ALWAYS HIT THE HARDEST On 19/07/2022 people in the UK experienced the highest temperatures ever - OVER 40Co. Many schools closed, and many companies worked part time as this ...

Donation to Ukraine

... Europe, all driven by Ukrainian drivers who wanted to go back to help their country. At Dover it was arranged that the empty lorries would take a lot the donations from the English people to the Ukrainian ...

World Aids Day 2021

On World AIDS Day we support the call to end inequalities and end AIDS globally. For more than 20 years we have reached over 20 million people with HIV prevention messages in Africa and Asia. The ...

Humana People to People at COP 26

            The COP26 conference in Glasgow has highlighted the frightening facts about the effects of Climate Change. Millions of people in ...

Planet Aid Uk second hand shop opening

... men, women, and children at affordable prices. The surplus from the second-hand shop is used for environmental and developmental aid programmes in the poorest parts of the world. Many people are concerned ...

Tree Planting 2018

On the morning of Saturday 8th December 2018 42 people got together to plant 850 trees in a field close to the village of Deenethorpe, just outside Corby. The Deene Park Estate had been given planning ...

Humana People to People

The Present ‘The Federation of Associations connected to The International Humana People to People Movement’ is the full name of what we call ‘Humana People to People' in our daily ...

Leaflets and Newsletters

Humana People to People Progress Reports   Newsletters from 2017, 2018 & 2019   Leafle ...

Humana Day 2013

On Thursday 26th September Humana People to People Day 2013 took place in the Council Chamber of the Corby Cube and our headline for the day was 'Our Climate, Our Challenge'. Several 'Information Station ...

Health Projects

HIV/Aids Prevention Project - Hope: Planet Aid UK has supported Hope Projects in India with donations of almost £20,000. Humana People to People India currently implements four such projects including ...

School Programme

... What is the situation for the poorest people on our planet, and is there a way forward to solve this huge problem.Young people who have been to Africa or India working as volunteers in one of Humana People ...

Request a Clothing Bank

... people without their own transport are able to recycle their unwanted clothes and shoes. Community site-hosts not only provide their customers with a new service, but they also give them another reason ...

Volunteer in Africa

... (CICD) in Hull. CICD educates volunteers to work in Humana People to People’s projects in Africa and India. The college offers the students a two year program. For the first 6 months they learn about ...

RWM at NEC

...  are 'Light for the Millions, supplying solar lighting to Indian villages, and  the Farmers Clubs in Southern Africa, which currently organise over 75,000 local people.   We also had on displ ...

In Northampton

...  and , as a result, they raised £5,000 in support of the DAPP Zimbabwe commitment to planting 25,000 trees in the winter of 2012. With dance and music and talking to lots of local people about the nee ...

Tree-planting Initiative in Bulwick

At the end of 2014 we held a ‘Tree Planting Action day’ in Corby, close to where our Head Office is based. 52 volunteers participated and 1,000 trees were planted. People from all walks of life were ...

Clothing Bank Manufacture

... space. By placing this small bank Planet Aid UK supports local businesses, allowing everyone, even people that don't drive, to donate their clothes at their local shop. The community bank is manufacture ...

Clothes collection

... people will be familiar with the light green-coloured Planet Aid UK container, having seen the larger clothing banks on supermarket car parks, and the smaller community banks outside post offices, local ...

Environment

  According to a study by the Copenhagen University in 2008, 1kg of clothes collected saves 4.1kg of CO2 when it is sorted by HUMANA PEOPLE TO PEOPLE and then distributed. This was established in ...
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