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Daily Update: 24/03/2020
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Daily Update: 24/03/2020

Today’s Updates UK Government seeking 250,000 NHS volunteers to help NHS staff with shopping, delivery of medicines and support those shielded   New 4000 Bed hospital to open in London at Excel centre 7.5 million pieces of protective equipment ordered for NHS Staff 3.5 million antibody tests have been purchased  11,500 retired medics have heeded the...

Daily Update: 23/03/2020
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Daily Update: 23/03/2020

Today’s Updates With immediate effect, people will be restricted in leaving their homes for limited purposes such as shopping for basic necessities, for one form of exercise a day, for any medical need, and travel to and from work if absolutely necessary. People are warned not to meet with friends or family members they do...

Humanity First UK launches its National Coronavirus Support Line
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Humanity First UK launches its National Coronavirus Support Line

London, 23 March 2020: In response to the United Kingdom Government calling out to the charity and voluntary sector Humanity First (UK) have announced the launch of a national support line to help and signpost people to services relating to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The support line will be open 8am-8pm 7 days a week, by...

Keep a School Open
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Keep a School Open

  It doesn’t take much to help schools run efficiently. Adam Spittles found out that just £6 helped fix the water pump at a school in Gambia, saving the school from closure, and enabling children to continue learning.

Sustain a Family for a Whole Year
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Sustain a Family for a Whole Year

Humanity First UK enabled a widow to provide enough food for her 10 children to sustain them for a whole year. £100 can help us to enable others like her to provide for their families too.

5% Won’t Survive
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5% Won’t Survive

Humanity First International Operation Director speaks on the need for maternity services coming in the new Ivory Coast Hospital

A Tenth of the Opportunities
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A Tenth of the Opportunities

Industrious young children in Ghana rise early to provide for their families. Hamza Ilyas calls on us to act now to help those that don’t have a tenth of the opportunities that we are given and leave a positive mark on the world.

Syrian Refugee Crisis
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Syrian Refugee Crisis

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Refugees and Migrants in Serbia
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Refugees and Migrants in Serbia

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