A brief introduction to Help for Humanity
Help for Humanity is a non-profitable organization working since 2011, for Poor, Destitute, Orphan, Needy, Widows and children. We are working in Bhopal (MP, India) and support people with Food, Clothing, Education, Rain Shelters and Health etc.
The basic aim of Help for Humanity is to organize relief so as to mitigate human sufferings, alleviate distress and other miseries affecting people in parts of Bhopal and to provide financial and other assistance. Besides, it continues participation in campaigns and movements to facilitate peoples’ development especially in the areas of child education, and awareness of natural resources.
We know that bringing together all the communities helps in realizing their needs, and united we work for a better future.
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since 2011, We have funded/completed 249 Charity Causes & campaigns, hundred of families and thousands of People get benefit with your support, details statistics are;
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Poverty is a significant issue in India, The World Bank, in 2011 based on 2005’s PPPs International Comparison Program, estimated 23.6% of Indian population, or about 276 million people, lived below $1.25 (89.11 Rs) per day on purchasing power parity. As per the methodology of the Suresh Tendulkar Committee report, the population below the poverty line in India in 2009-2010 was 354 million (29.6% of the population) and that in 2011-2012 was 269 million (21.9% of the population). The Rangarajan Committee said in 2014 that the population below the poverty line in 2009-2010 was 454 million (38.2% of the population) and that in 2011-2012 was 363 million (29.5% of the population). India has been ranked at the 103rd position among 119 countries (i.e.; 17 position on Hunger) on the Global Hunger Index, according to the report, prepared by Welthungerhilfe and Concern Worldwide, India is among the 45 countries that have “serious levels of hunger”. In Education, as per the provisional figures of Census 2011, the literacy rate of India in 2011 was 74.0 per cent. Literacy rate among females is 65.5 per cent whereas the literacy rate among males is 82.1 per cent.
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On monthly bases, Small amount can be a big help, come forward and support us to support needy and poor people of our society