Humanity Without Borders supports many countries across the globe, Tanzania is also amongst the nations we deliver aid to. Tanzania has a world population of approximately 55 million people, and over 76% of the population are living below the poverty line. In fact, 42% of children under 5 suffer from
In March 2019 – Humanity Without Borders launched two emergency appeals in response to #CycloneIdai, in an attempt to distribute life-saving aid across Malawi and Mozambique.
In a short span of time, our emergency response has begun in both countries with over 450 emergency packs distributed already.
As we start the new year, here’s a short summary of what we have achieved throughout 2018 together
We started 2018 with our winter appeal, spreading warmth across the globe in Bangladesh, Gaza, Jordan, Syria as well as in Yemen. In January 2018 our annual container also reached Syria which
This January, we have begun phase three of our emergency response in Palu, Indonesia. Measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale, the earthquake of 28th September 2018 caused widespread devastation, triggering a tsunami with waves of over 20 feet high, destroying thousands of homes and causing devastation.
After our team successfully
On Monday 3rd December 3 members of #TeamHwB namely Naeem, Shabir and Tayyab set out for Indonesia and Malaysia. The team did not reach Palu (earthquake/tsunami zone) until late Wednesday evening, having to catch multiple flights to reach their destination.
Here’s their report of Day 1 (Thursday 6th December):
Humanity Without Borders with our partners have started phase one of the emergency response in Indonesia.
Food Packs containing:
• Regal Marie (Biscuits)
• A.I.B Marie Susu
• Ultra UHT Choco
• Mineral Water
Emergency Shelter and Transportation:
Bringing Hope To The Orphans In Tanzania
We have spent the last few days visiting various orphanages and providing them with food and lots and lots of laughter and joy.
Every single orphanage that we have visited has left us speechless as the task in hand is daunting but at
The first Humanity Without Borders team have already reached Dar Es Salam, Tanzania with another team leaving this Monday 9th July 2018.
Here’s their first report:
Today arrived in Dar es salaam at 2pm
Got out of airport at 3.30pm. we got picked up by our contact.
Read prayers and
Ramadan is a special time for many Muslims, not just in Leicester but across the globe. This Ramadan, the Humanity Without Borders team are planning on feeding more people than ever before.
On Saturday (12/05/2018), our first team including two trustees of the charity, Mr Naeem Laher and Mr Saeed