WHO WE ARE
HUMANITERRE is a communication platform for both humanitarian aid and sustainable development.
An original concept exclusively owned by K. Ange A., which was created in 2008. After an active period from 2008 until 2014, she published two 92-page printed magazines (download link). Thereafter, she was not available from 2014 to 2022.
2023 is the year of her return to "Give life back its value"!
Before proceeding, here are a few definitions
Ami Ange Koné
What is humanitarian aid?
Humanitarian aid is a form of solidarity or charity, usually aimed at poor people affected by disasters or wars, aimed at meeting various needs (hunger, health, disaster reconstruction, education, child protection, water supply and communication networks, etc.). There is often a distinction between immediate and permanent assistance.
Humanitarian assistance can take many forms (donations, sending essential supplies and equipment, sending personnel to respond on the ground) and from many sources. Among them, we have associations, humanitarian NGOs (also known as charities), national authorities, political authorities, public and private companies, and public international organizations, especially those based in the United Nations, the European Union, etc.
Humanitarian aid is a field of activity that covers an increasingly wide range of occupations. Humanitarian aid is no longer limited to medical care but is open to various fields such as education, professional training, economics, law, humanities, logistics, agronomy, and sustainable development.
These eligibility requirements apply in particular to United Nations organizations that want to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.
What is sustainable development?
Sustainable development is a concept of public interest.
Here is the definition the World Commission on Environment and Development came up with in the 1987 Brundtland Report:
“This development satisfies the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Inherent in this concept are two concepts: the notion of ‘needs’, especially the basic needs of the most vulnerable, should be given the highest priority, as well as the concept of the limitations of our technological state and our social organization. The ability to impose on the environment to meet the needs of the present and the future.
Sustainable development is part of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set by all UN Member States, including Côte d’Ivoire.
Gro Harlem Brundtland
Wangari Muta Maathaï
WHAT WE DO ?
Ensure a better understanding and understanding of the emergency response and/or permanent humanitarian response in Côte d’Ivoire. To this end, we want to participate in the development, coordination and synergy of all these actors (UN agencies, NGOs, authorities, companies, and individuals) to increase the effectiveness of funds used in the humanitarian field.
Promote the concept of sustainable development and its application in Ivorian society.
We hope that you will support us in taking appropriate measures and that we learn to think about improving the quality of life from an economic, social and ecological point of view.
Making the day-to-day activities of humanitarian organizations in the field visible.
- Enhance the effectiveness of humanitarian response through better communication between relay stations and targeted beneficiaries;
- Promote the activities of United Nations system offices or missions and non-governmental organizations active in the humanitarian field;
- Provide citizens with information, assessment and monitoring tools to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs);
- Promote the understanding, dissemination and financing of sustainable development in Côte d’Ivoire
Contribuer à la compréhension, la diffusion et l’appropriation du développement durable en côte d’ivoire.
- Highlight the specific benefits of sustainable development in Côte d’Ivoire;
- Provide an honest assessment of the situation, describe the initiative and demonstrate the involvement of all parties.
- An information interface on activities and initiatives in the humanitarian field, accessible to the entire population;
- Political authorities are informed so they can support the progress of humanitarian projects more sustainably;
- A cross-sectoral and multilevel solidarity chain has been developed and consolidated;
- Facilitate social communications for aid and support funding from donors and corporate citizens;
- An information platform for public authorities to implement and promote sustainable development policies;
- Adopt and implement development policies aimed at reducing social inequalities and environmental pressures, an important global legacy to be passed on to future generations;
- Promotion of socially responsible investment projects (research centres, renewable energy, etc.)
- Une plateforme d’information des pouvoirs publics pour mettre en œuvre et promouvoir leurs politiques de développement durable ;
- Adopter et mettre en œuvre des politiques de développement visant à réduire les inégalités sociales et les pressions sur l’environnement, patrimoine mondial important à transmettre aux générations futures. ;
- Promotion de projets d’investissements socialement responsables (centres de recherche, énergies renouvelables, etc.)
A set of media and multimedia information and communication channels:
Magazine publishers and web magazines
Radio Shows and Podcasts
Social Networking (YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
- POLITICAL AUTHORITIES
- INTERNATIONAL OR NATIONAL DONORS
- UNITED NATION AGENCIES
- INTERNATIONAL NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
- NATIONAL NGOs
- RESEARCH CENTRES
- PRIVATE AND PUBLIC RESPONSIBLE CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP (CSR)
- TRADE UNIONS
- IVORIAN POPULATIONS