VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO

WHO WE ARE:

Value Humanity Organization (VHO) is Non-Governmental and Non-Profit making entity regi

12/12/2022

We spoke to young men and women in Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and Zimbabwe about their experiences living in poverty in a big city. We found that in most cases of violence and harassment, females were more likely to be the survivors

11/12/2022

#HumanRightsDay,

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Given their ancestral agroecological knowledge & collective territorial practices, women in mountains can contribute greatly to adaptation & biodiversity conservation.

Learn more 👉https://bit.ly/3ixRQ3Z

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On , remember the lives of 103 million people across the world that have been torn apart. Each one deserves to enjoy their right to seek safety. Each one is a reason to stand and .

11/12/2022

Happy !

As we reflect on the hard-won we enjoy today,
let's remember that children's rights matter too. ❤
These include basic
- nutrition🥦
- shelter🏠
- health care services🩺
- education 📚 & - social services 💙, among others.
African Development Bank Group United Nations OCHA Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) EU Civil Protection & Humanitarian Aid USAID - US Agency for International Development

10/12/2022

The fight for women's rights is not over!

This everyone can make a difference.

Here are ways to end violence against women & girls:

📣 Speak up against violence
❌ Call out sexual harassment
✔️ Challenge beliefs on masculinity
⚖️ Push for stronger laws
💰 Fund women’s organizations

Together, let’s .

10/12/2022

We asked young people, both men and women about their experiences with violence in their city and found that in most of the cases violence and harassment were witnessed on the street. The second most common place where violence and harassment were witnessed is at home.
Plan-international.org/publications/urban-violence-and-fragility

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Women are 25% less likely than men to know how to make the most of digital technology for basic uses. That’s why UNESCO wants to promote gender equality in technology! Stay tuned to learn more: https://on.unesco.org/3Ff2iVI

10/12/2022

Girls like Guddi want to take charge of their future 💪

These , we call on world leaders to increase financial investments and deliver on global and national promises!

Read Save the Children's Report 🕮 https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/document/global-girlhood-report-2022-girls-on-the-frontline

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Continue alarming situations in Fangak county, Jonglei State.

For the past three years , the floods in Fangak County's Jonglei State, have had a devastating impact on the local community. However, the floods have affected agriculture in the area, damaging crops and making it difficult for farmers to feed their families. In addition, many people have lost their livestocks, which were a crucial source of food and income for many families.

In response to this crisis, a group of women in Fangak have been heading to the swamps to collect water lilies to cook for survival. These women brave the treacherous swamp conditions and the risk of crocodile attacks in order to gather them.

Despite the challenges, the women of Fangak continue to fight for survival and provide for their families. Their determination and resilience are a testament to the strength and resilience of South Sudanese.

There is urgent need and increase of humanitarian emergency responses for the affected civic populations.

10/12/2022

Very alarming situation!

⚠️Estimated 3.7 m children, adolescents and caregivers will need life-saving child protection services in 2023.
⚠️Children will continue be at risk of recruitment into armed groups & other forms of abuse, incl. abduction and trafficking.
➡️Read more: http://bit.ly/3ECRtfL
Sara Beysolow Nyanti
UN in South Sudan

30/11/2022

Protection concerns in are increasing. In 2023, estimated 2.8 m people will face physical violence, r**e, and other forms of gender-based violence. Women and girls remain at higher risk of attacks.

Read more: http://bit.ly/3ECRtfL

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While the need for programmes to prevent and respond to gender-based violence affecting displaced people has never been greater, funding is not keeping pace. We need urgent support to continue providing life-saving services.

One Plus One Equals Far More than Two 29/11/2022

One Plus One Equals Far More than Two

One Plus One Equals Far More than Two Every day, all over the world, child sponsors are making this sort of difference: for every child sponsored, our research shows that four more benefit. This is what child sponsorship looks like - children and communities being supported for the long term in the ways they and their communities need,....

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Today marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the beginning of the UN's of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, or GBV. From now until December 10, stay tuned for stories of how Alumni are fighting in their communities.

U.S. Department of State, Exchange Programs - U.S. Department of State, ExchangeAlumni

Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan raises alarm on projected increase of people’s humanitarian needs - South Sudan 29/11/2022

Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan raises alarm on projected increase of people’s humanitarian needs - South Sudan

Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan raises alarm on projected increase of people’s humanitarian needs - South Sudan News and Press Release in English on South Sudan about Food and Nutrition, Health, Drought, Flood and more; published on 25 Nov 2022 by OCHA

Photos from UNICEF South Sudan's post 29/11/2022

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29/11/2022

People’s humanitarian needs in are growing. An estimated 9.4 million people, a staggering 76 per cent of South Sudan's population, will have humanitarian and/or protection needs in 2023. This presents an increase of half a million people compared to 2022. The impact of cumulative and inter-connected multiple shocks projects an extremely worrying humanitarian situation for people.
Read more in the 2023 South Sudan Humanitarian Needs Overview bit.ly/3ECRtfL
Sara Beysolow Nyanti UN in South Sudan

20/11/2022

One child 👧🏽
One teacher 👨‍🏫
One book 📕
One pen ✏️
Can change the world 🌎

, 📚 join us in promoting inclusive and equitable quality education so no one is left behind.

Why keeping girls in school is a good strategy to cope with climate change 20/11/2022

Why keeping girls in school is a good strategy to cope with climate change

Why keeping girls in school is a good strategy to cope with climate change Education for girls brings numerous benefits when it comes to addressing the climate crisis. Oh, and it works for boys, too!

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Allow a girl child as a boy to access quality education to break the glass ceiling.

Happy Sunday!

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A GIRL CHILD WITHOUT EDUCATION!

Why don't you educate me? I am not just born to make coffee and tea. My heart pains badly when I say this sadly. I would like to go to schools where other children get everything to know. You don't know how I feel when children carry bags, books and pens. I am just a small child who is so gentle and mild. At least now let me go to school because I don't want to be a fool. Then before you parents we will glow like pearls so at least now please educate girls.

Dear parents,

Girls who receive an education are less likely to marry young and more likely to lead healthy, productive lives. They earn higher incomes, participate in the decisions that most affect them, and build better futures for themselves and their families.

Dear society,

Lack of woman/girls Education is extremely detrimental to the society/family unit. Scaling down and focusing on what is important, the easiest way to start coping with need for success no ever road to success has ever been smooth, let us all value girls education and let it be accessible to all of them to clean and free their dirty brains from negative low esteem perceptions that “what a man can do, a woman can’t”.

Dear old husbands/men,

She is a child not a bride.
Give a her a pen not your p***s.
Ask for her books not her b***s.
Pay her school fees not her bride price
Give her education not your ej*******on

Let’s keep small girls at school and introduce to them to new rules.

13/10/2022

HIGHLIGHTS
* Extensive flooding, high levels of food insecurity, violence and disease outbreak continued to impact people across the country in September.
* Findings from rapid needs assessments indicate that over 616,000 people were affected by floods and torrential rains in 22 counties and Abyei area as of 30 September.
* Renewed fighting between conflicting communities in Twic County, Warrap and Anet in Abyei area displaced some 3,500 people in Twic County. Some 3,500 people were displaced to Canal/Pigi County due to fighting between armed factions in Atar and Diel in Fangak County, Jonglei State.
* Food prices increased by 32 per cent, compared to the previous month. Increasing malnutrition cases were reported in Canal/Pigi and Old Fangak counties in Jonglei, due to the impacts of conflict and floods on food sources.

Source: UNOCHA 2022

13/10/2022

HIGHLIGHTS
* Extensive flooding, high levels of food insecurity, violence and disease outbreak continued to impact people across the country in September.
* Findings from rapid needs assessments indicate that over 616,000 people were affected by floods and torrential rains in 22 counties and Abyei area as of 30 September.
* Renewed fighting between conflicting communities in Twic County, Warrap and Anet in Abyei area displaced some 3,500 people in Twic County. Some 3,500 people were displaced to Canal/Pigi County due to fighting between armed factions in Atar and Diel in Fangak County, Jonglei State.
* Food prices increased by 32 per cent, compared to the previous month. Increasing malnutrition cases were reported in Canal/Pigi and Old Fangak counties in Jonglei, due to the impacts of conflict and floods on food sources.

Source: UNOCHA 2022

13/10/2022

HIGHLIGHTS
* Extensive flooding, high levels of food insecurity, violence and disease outbreak continued to impact people across the country in September.
* Findings from rapid needs assessments indicate that over 616,000 people were affected by floods and torrential rains in 22 counties and Abyei area as of 30 September.
* Renewed fighting between conflicting communities in Twic County, Warrap and Anet in Abyei area displaced some 3,500 people in Twic County. Some 3,500 people were displaced to Canal/Pigi County due to fighting between armed factions in Atar and Diel in Fangak County, Jonglei State.
* Food prices increased by 32 per cent, compared to the previous month. Increasing malnutrition cases were reported in Canal/Pigi and Old Fangak counties in Jonglei, due to the impacts of conflict and floods on food sources.

Source: UNOCHA 2022

13/10/2022

HIGHLIGHTS
* Extensive flooding, high levels of food insecurity, violence and disease outbreak continued to impact people across the country in September.
* Findings from rapid needs assessments indicate that over 616,000 people were affected by floods and torrential rains in 22 counties and Abyei area as of 30 September.
* Renewed fighting between conflicting communities in Twic County, Warrap and Anet in Abyei area displaced some 3,500 people in Twic County. Some 3,500 people were displaced to Canal/Pigi County due to fighting between armed factions in Atar and Diel in Fangak County, Jonglei State.
* Food prices increased by 32 per cent, compared to the previous month. Increasing malnutrition cases were reported in Canal/Pigi and Old Fangak counties in Jonglei, due to the impacts of conflict and floods on food sources.

Source: UNOCHA 2022

12/10/2022

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD

Dat. 11th. Oct 2022

In 1995 at the World Conference on Women in Beijing countries unanimously adopted the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action the most progressive blueprint ever for advancing the rights of not only women but girls. The Beijing Declaration is the first to specifically call out girls’ rights.
On December 19, 2011, United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.
The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights.
Adolescent girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life, not only during these critical formative years, but also as they mature into women. If effectively supported during the adolescent years, girls have the potential to change the world – both as the empowered girls of today and as tomorrow’s workers, mothers, entrepreneurs, mentors, household heads, and political leaders. An investment in realising the power of adolescent girls upholds their rights today and promises a more equitable and prosperous future, one in which half of humanity is an equal partner in solving the problems of climate change, political conflict, economic growth, disease prevention, and global sustainability.
Girls are breaking boundaries and barriers posed by stereotypes and exclusion, including those directed at children with disabilities and those living in marginalized communities. As entrepreneurs, innovators and initiators of global movements, girls are creating a world that is relevant for them and future generations.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by world leaders in 2015, embody a roadmap for progress that is sustainable and leaves no one behind.
Achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment is integral to each of the 17 goals. Only by ensuring the rights of women and girls across all the goals will we get to justice and inclusion, economies that work for all, and sustaining our shared environment now and for future generations.

DID YOU KNOW?
Up to 10 million girls will be at risk of child marriage. The profound effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are putting girls at higher risk of early marriage due to a combination of economic shocks, school closures and interruptions in reproductive health services.
Almost half of primary schools in LDCs lack single-sex toilets an important factor in girls’ attendance – and more than two thirds are without electricity.
Girls are primarily victims of sexual exploitation (72% of detected girl victims), while boys are mainly subjected to forced labour (66% of detected boy victims).
The global internet user gender gap is growing, from 11 per cent in 2013 to 17 per cent in 2019, and widest in the world’s least developed countries at 43 per cent.
Globally, the percentage of females among Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) graduates is below 15 per cent in over two-thirds of countries.

ACHIEVE GENDER EQUALITY & EMPOWER ALL WOMEN & GIRLS
Empowering women and girls and promoting gender equality is crucial to accelerating sustainable development. Ending all forms of discrimination against women and girls is not only a basic human right, but it also has a multiplier effect across all other development area.
GLOBAL ISSUES
Gender Equality
Women and girls represent half of the world’s population and, therefore, also half of its potential. Gender equality, besides being a fundamental human right, is essential to achieve peaceful societies, with full human potential and sustainable development. Moreover, it has been shown that empowering women spurs productivity and economic growth.

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

1. Share human interest stories, blogs and videos of girl changemakers, and the inspiring networks and organizations that are resourcing girls, letting girls lead, and strengthening services for girls. Let’s collectively amplify their leadership, actions, and impact to inspire others.
2. Engage government officials, policymakers and stakeholders to make more targeted investments that tackle inequalities experienced by girls, especially while accessing mental health and psychosocial support services in the face of conflict, forced migration, natural disasters, and the effects of climate change.
3. Engage key female influencers across industries to be the face of change we want girls to see as possible. Role models speak a thousand words. Let’s change the global conversation and public perception of girl leaders.
4. Amplify your commitment to raising awareness about and addressing factors that hold girls in your country and region back.
Source: Sustainable Development Goals Report 2021.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp. 28/09/2022

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp. 28/09/2022

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO is now on WhatsApp.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their business hours. 28/09/2022

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their business hours.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their business hours.

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For the last three years, Greater Upper Nile has experienced devastating floods, which lead to lost of livestocks, households properties, wide spread of water borne diseases massive displacement of people and lost of human capital and lives.

However, on the onset of rain pour or wet seasons, communities are only relying on water lilies for food consumptions. There is urgent needs of Humanitarian emergency responses for lifesaving.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their phone number. 20/09/2022

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their phone number.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their phone number.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their address. 15/09/2022

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their address.

VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO updated their address.

15/09/2022

We believe that sustainable work is best achieved by being locally led, and widely supported. By implementing community owned projects that ensure dignity, and that expressly benefit women and children, and its local and international partners are committed to saving lives, building resilience and transforming our communities.

Photos from VALUE Humanity Organisation-VHO's post 18/04/2021

Alarming Floods in Fangak county, Jonglei State.
Floods in South Sudan have triggered an alarm for acute food insecurity across the country, Right now, an estimated 6.4 million people in South Sudan face acute food insecurity more than half of the country’s population. About 1.3 million children suffer from acute malnutrition, the deadliest form of hunger, exacerbated by the spread of malaria and unsafe drinking water connected to the floods. 1 million people have been affected by the floods since July; Jonglei State is at the heart of the devastation.

The isolated area of Old Fangak, north of Jonglei, is cut off by the flood water and depending on assistance delivered on a sinking airstrip. It will starve by the start of 2021. This project documents the devastation on three levels: natural disaster, food insecurity, loss of dignified living. Misery abounds.

Mothers & children face the deep waters to bring their children to health and safety. Broken families try to stay together but hunger forces the men to stay out in the flooded grassland fishing for survival. The last shred of hope kept by the community is shown by their dogged repair of the few dikes protecting their homes.

This new year, all farm animals will have died from drinking dirty water and the last leftover sorghum would have already been eaten in December. Starvation is looming. Pibor county, south of the White Nile, has already been declared to be likely in famine in 2021. Without much humanitarian assistance, Fangak county will follow suit because the raining season is close to be dropping with next few days. There is urgency need of increase humanitarian rapid responses in Fangak county.

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