Bring Hope Healing addresses the emotional needs of those we aim to help.
The Healing Project is designed to help people on a deeper, more emotional level and to restore a person’s own power. Anger, frustration, loss, trauma, alienation and depression will be addressed through various forms of healing innovations.
Peace building -- in thinking and practice -- will be more sustainable, have a bigger impact,and create a greater change when psycho-social aspects, such as the behaviour of decision-making are integrated through our programmes.
Healed and empowered individuals can play a positive, peace-enhancing role in their communities, institutions and all sectors of society.
The UN and the international peacebuilding community is increasingly recognising the necessity to work holistically and address the cognitive and emotional levels of people in conflict, including such issues as trauma, healing, and reconciliation to create sustainable peace and economy.
Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation adds momentum to grassroots and leadership levels to build universal human values such as non-violence, dignity, and well-being which produce a positive impact on the way individuals and communities interact at every level of society.
Currently, the main focus of the available international funding for programmes in conflict areas is on structures and systems and is very rarely on a fundamental transformation of integral, human aspects of healing. Bring Hope’s Healing Programme aims to be an innovative example of how this can be integrated and put into practice, to benefit those who we aim to serve in a holistic and generative way.
people in need helped across the globe
worth of goods have been distributed across the world
of medicines distributed
treatments and hygiene items delivered
Everyone can bring hope
BHHF’s primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives, alleviate suffering, as well as to give the most vulnerable group (displaced children) hope for the future. BHHF has provided humanitarian aid with short-term and long-term help to homeless refugees, victims of natural disasters, wars and famines, and poor people.
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