Environmental Protection Alliance and Center for Humanitarian Affairs Foundation
"REBUILDING OUR WORLD BLOCK-BY-BLOCK"
T h e P o r t a l s o f E P A C H A F o u n d a t i o n – P h a s e I I a r e O p e n :
World Humanitarian Day
August 19, 2022
People coming back from neighboring village in Cameroon where they go periodically to buy supplies. People have to cross a knee-deep body of water and walk 8 km to reach that Cameroonian village. Rann, Borno State, Nigeria, 12 August 2017. Photo: OCHA / Yasmina Guerda -
António Guterres 2022 Message
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It does take a village!
CHILDREN OF AFGHANISTAN
"There is a saying that goes: It takes a village to raise a child. Similarly, it takes a village to support a person in a humanitarian crisis. With record-high humanitarian needs around the world, this year’s World Humanitarian Day (WHD) builds on this metaphor of collective endeavour to grow global appreciation of humanitarian work . . . "
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to everyone who cares for
"All of Humanity!"
Read Report at: https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Global%20Humanitarian%20Overview%202022.pdf
As the Family of Humanity Around the World
realizes more and more that important
"bond of humanity" that must
be strengthened for a
successful journey forward into a future of
new frontiers - every village, block, town,
and city must set an example of a
viable, sustainable, productive &
prosperous existence for
many generations to follow.
Let's all keep in mind that
every day is . . .
- EPACHA Foundation -
Learn more about . . .
"World Humanitarian Day"
on the following web pages:
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What are you waiting for?
It's time to make your
mark in . . .
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EPACHA Foundation Extends Sincere Thanks to
United Nations and all who help
remind the World that
are the ones who truly care for . . .
"The Whole Human Race!"
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