Ongoing HHF Projects & Programs
Our Mission: Prevent Disease, Promote Health & Literacy for a Sustainable Future. Target Audience: Men, women, youth, and children in under-privilege and poor socio-economic environments. Location: Global
A healthy community is a form of living democracy: people working together to address what matters to them. As citizens, we have a duty to shape the basic conditions that affect our lives with others in transforming communities, we are guided by shared values and principles that bind us in common purpose. Building healthier communities blend the local and the universal, the particular and broader contexts. Such efforts are grounded locally: the family, the neighborhood, and other familiar communities. To be effective, however, we must also bring diverse groups of people and organizations together to transform the broader conditions that affect local work. This requires courage, doubt, and faith: the courage to trust those outside our immediate experience, the doubt to question what is, and the faith to believe that together, we will make a difference.
Education Resources & Skills Training Events
Innovation Means Better Care of the Disadvantaged People
We change the lives of those who have no hope, strive to eliminate extreme poverty, by assisting those in poor socio-economic environments, those without access to care, sanitation, hygiene, and clean water.
Humanity and Health Foundation collaborates with other local, national, and government agencies. We provide information, links to care, and resources in all our target locations.
Your Ongoing Commitment
During the past year, people all over the world have witnessed an unprecedented increase in the number of people experiencing mental health problems. In November 2020, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC reported that 44 percent of Americans were dealing with either depression or anxiety. While historically data shows that 1 in 5 adults will experience a mental health problem, these days it certainly feels like it’s 5 in 5.
Nearly 3 million people have taken an MHA mental health screening during the past twelve months. A million were experiencing depression and hundreds of thousands more were experiencing either anxiety or psychosis. Young people are bearing the brunt of the pandemic, but these mental health impacts cross all generations.
Humanity & Health Foundation has partnered with the American Mental Health Screening Association to bring you tools and resources for mitigating the effects of mental health.
We also have experienced professionals in mental health counseling that can help you navigate the often confusing “black hole’.
The Youth/Women Entrepreneurship Capacity Enchantment (YWECN) Training Program organized by the Humanity & Health Foundation (HHF) is a gathering of both private and public sector stakeholders who share a common interest in deepening the strategy for Youth Entrepreneurship development in Nigeria and Liberia in Africa.
The Program will address the strategic importance of youth entrepreneurship to economic growth and job creation. The program includes three days of intensive training for selected youth corps members and officials of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and the Federation Woman Lawyer (FWL).
The Training Program will also feature how to mitigate against the challenges such as (financial, marketing, research & development, governance, and innovation) issues faced by the youth and women entrepreneurs in Nigeria and Liberia.
Youth and Women Entrepreneurship
Capacity Enhancement Training Program
The highest priority is affordable food for kids, seniors, and those that are hungry. In partnership with Atlanta Georgia Community Food Bank, which operates under the USDA, HHF as a Partner agency will order food and grocery products from the Food Bank and provide these goods to our local communities for free.
This project is in the pipeline, sign up and be the first to know.
PARTNER WITH US
The HHF Organization finances its work through individual contributions, corporate donations, special event fundraisers, and generous in-kind donations, including cooked meals, gifts, and volunteer services. However, our organization must also cover cash expenses to maintain a qualified staff, recruit more volunteers, and provide additional resources for children and families in our community. Every little bit helps. If you are able to provide a financial donation, volunteer your time, or simply refer us to others that can assist us with our mission, it would be greatly appreciated, thank you