The previous months have put under pressure our community engagement. NGOs closed their centers and hubs; volunteers had to put on hold all planned activities, with a risk to loosen the connection with the beneficiaries we work with.
Despite that, two years and a half after its launch, The Human Safety Net response to the crisis demonstrated our long-term commitment to supporting NGOs partners, families, children, and refugees of our programs.
The meaning of being a “net” revealed its power: we activated the global community of NGOs to help each other to design and enable new approaches to keep their programs active. We transformed the community of volunteers into digital volunteers to pursue their mission. We deployed extraordinary Covid-19 Grants to answer immediate needs and build digital capabilities for the future.
In such a special moment, the publication of the first The Human Safety Net Activity Report is an important milestone in our journey, sharing what we have accomplished, achieved, and learned along the way.
More than ever, we are #THSNinAction!