Our 2020 Activity Report presents the highlights of 2020, a year characterized by the Covid-19 pandemic that affected at a higher degree the most vulnerable families and refugees The Human Safety Net supports. To this, we have responded offering the greatest possible flexibility, matched with financial and non financial support to our partners to as much as possible close to their beneficiaries.
So far we have reached 86,000 families and refugees. Discover the stories of the people we support and our digital volunteers. Learn more about our Theory of change, key facts and figures and our ways of working.
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‘Whenever it was needed, we’ve always had a call. They kept telling us: 'if you need something, just come in...' They were a great support for our children’s education. For that I’ll always be grateful. ’.
‘Thanks to the facilitator's guidance, I learnt how to make educational materials for Rhea from recycled paper, improve her language development through stories and everyday conversations, and how to keep my daughter healthy ’
‘My dream of building bridges to bring highquality seeds from the Middle East to Germany and produce seed and fruit oils in line with German quality standards is now that much closer to being fulfilled! ’
‘Once the lockdown started we lost close to 90% of our orders, because our business model was focused on professional clients. We had to think about other sources of income, so we started delivering our coffee by bike to families and people all over Paris. ’