HPPI works as part of civil society to strengthen the capacities for cooperation, for individual and collective action in order to improve man’s conditions of life.
We believe that all people have an equal right to live a dignified life with access to basic needs such as food, health service, education and livelihood.
We believe that poverty can be overcome through coordinated, community-wide approaches that combine education, adult literacy, improved livelihoods, increased productivity, health and sanitation, the empowerment of women and environment protection.
In 2012-13 HPPI has been implementing 50 projects in the states of Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Odisha and Delhi, reaching out to around 1 million people.The projects work within the focus areas of Education through Teacher Training in DIETs (District Institutes of Education and Training) and Academies for Working Children, Community Development & Farmers’ Clubs, Microfinance, Health and Environment.
During the year HPPI has worked in partnership with 60 partners, who include government sectors, private corporations and international funding agencies.
Humana People to People India’s mission is to unite with people in India in order to create development in the broadest sense through the implementation of the projects that aim at transferring knowledge, skills and capacity to individuals and communities who need assistance to come out of poverty and other dehumanizing conditions.
One Million Tree Campaign
The climate is changing with the most devastating consequences for the poor.
Therefore we have started a campaign and action called “Fighting Global Warming and Climate Change with The Poor”. The first drive will be to plant 1 million trees in 2014, starting today 27th of December 2013 in Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
Up till New Year we will prepare for the later planting making nurseries together with the people in Humana People to People India’s projects, farmers in Farmers’ Clubs, women in Microfinance, student-teachers in DIETs, ... << Read More >>