We cordially thank you!

World Humanitarian Day

by LKO,  2015/08/19

Be it in Syria, Nigeria, Ukraine or in Yemen: These days, more and more countries and regions in the world have descended into a downward spiral of distress and violence. Innumerable crimes, terror attacks and death casualties are plastering the current news reports and seem to change our world into a place which gets more and more unsecure. The sad consequence is the continually growing need of help for people in distress.

On the occasion of the “World Humanitarian Day”, we want to thank all voluntary humedica helpers, who have committed themselves with all their strength for the first time or repeatedly for these people in distress and who have made the urgently needed humanitarian aid possible in the last years.

We thank our field staff members, who have assured the survival of the victims of catastrophes and who have made medical care possible in refugee camps or who have been at the sides of people in poor regions. In the last months, this tireless commitment has reached thousands of children, women and men in the most different countries and, besides practical help, it has also always offered the feeling of not being forgotten and that new hope is possible.

“I thank all full-time and voluntary colleagues, who are prepared to help people who, most of the time, have got into distress innocently. They even risk their own lives or their health, according to our motto “charity in action”, underlines humedica managing director, Wolfgang Groß.

If you, too, want to become a humedica field staff member and, thus, part of our worldwide help for people in distress, you will find all information on our compulsory field staff training here. We are looking forward to meeting you and we are sure that together we will be able to offer practical help for people in distress also in the future.

Your humedica team

On behalf of all beneficiaries of the help we cordially thank all voluntary humedica helpers for their courageous and generous commitment! Photo: humedica/Thomas Katzenbach

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