The Good Human Project is a blog that aims to highlight the goodness in our humanity and our world. The project will shed a light at all the great efforts, small and big, initiated, created, and organised by humans for humans, and for animals too. It serves as a platform for sharing these stories of people from our community and around the world to inspire, be positive, raise awareness and ensure continuity. Join me in helping make the ‘good human’ project become an everyday normal occurrence.
So, how do we do this?
Everyone can help here. Share with me what you’ve seen today, what you’ve heard, and perhaps what you’ve done of any type of behaviour classified under the ‘good human’ and I will post it on the blog.
Next, share it with everyone you know, and try not to spam. The goal is to share ideas and initiatives that improve and help, and eventually this blog will hopefully return good humans who can help and improve therefore carrying on the cycle.
The fun part is that you can be responsible for your own story. If you’re a photographer, writer, designer, inventor or anything else in between, go ahead and submit your story the way you’d like it to be seen whether a photograph, a poem, a poster or a creation, it will only inspire people even more.
The Good Human Project combines every element of good human behaviour, including creativity and good grammar. All submissions will go through a review process before posting.
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The Terre des Hommes International Federation is a network of ten national organisations working for the rights of children and to promote equitable development without racial, religious, political, cultural or gender-based discrimination.
Terres des Hommes (Land of People/Men) is an international charitable humanitarian federation which focuses its efforts on children’s rights. It implements field projects in more than 30 countries aiming to improve and better the daily lives for over 1.4 million children and their close relatives. Terres des Hommes Netherlands is a non-profit organisation which works to defend children’s rights around the world, supporting 297 projects, already established by local organisation, in 15 countries.
From their website www.terredeshommes.nl.org
Terre des Hommes Netherlands is dedicated to putting a stop to child exploitation in developing countries. We work with local project partners and are active in fifteen countries (and provide emergency aid in two countries) spread across four regions: Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Africa and South America.
The organisation’s head office is located in The Hague. To ensure fruitful and effective interaction with local partners, Terre des Hommes Netherlands has regional offices in each of the four regions: in Jakarta (Indonesia), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Nairobi (Kenya) and Cochabamba (Bolivia). The regional offices coordinate cooperation with local project partners.
In order to achieve its objectives, Terre des Hommes Netherlands has clustered its activities into four programmes: child exploitation, education, health care and socio-economic development. These programmes are reflected in over 250 projects supported by Terre des Hommes Netherlands.