"The situation is tragic. The consequences of the ongoing crisis are especially acute for individuals living in particularly vulnerable circumstances."
Supported by Alboan, Khedut Vikas Manda is focused on returning back to the adivasi community (local indigenous people) the faculty to execute their rights and to be aware about them.
We claim the right to be consulted
In Guatemala ALBOAN helps indigenous people and peasant communities who depend on territory and natural resources to keep their traditional way of live and even their cosmovision.
“False positives” the term used to describe the killing of civilians who were made to pass for guerrilla fighters killed in combat.
Green light to the Tobin tax
Tax for financial transactions (commonly known as Tobin Tax), and which could mean an important source of income to eradicate poverty in the world.
After 17 years offering education and sustaining the creation of subsistence ways, former refugees helped by the organization are nowadays able to keep an independent and dignified life, keeping the hope for a better future.
We have been collaborating with “Fe y Alegría” in this Peruvian region for years. ular. Vast parts of the region have been left flooded and many families have been evacuated from their homes.
Haiti two years after the earthquake
Today, nearly 520,000 people remain homeless in Haiti, cholera is a serious threat to the population, the access to basic social services is very limited and 45% people suffer of food insecurity.
Around the world, 75 million children have no opportunity to attend primary school. The future of these children is based in public investments and some governments are reducing assistance even if it has been demonstrated that Education reduces poverty, improves health and promotes equity.
Radio Progreso: Half a century emitting hope
Radio Progreso, a Honduran radio station, helped by ALBOAN, was born 50 years ago. Even if it has have tough times, this radio has been always faithful to its ideals: its critical view, its reflection of the faith and its autonomous analysis