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Missão Roraima Humanitária - 5 anos

Roraima Humanitarian Mission – 5 years of humanitarian response to the Venezuelan people

In 2016, touched by the Venezuelan immigration crisis in the north of Brazil, which had begun to be more intense, Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF) send the first group of humanitarian servers to Boa Vista. So, in the month of November of that year, the Roraima Humanitarian Mission was born. From then to now, it has been

Ajuda Humanitária

Education – A Priority Measure in Humanitarian Aid

Celebrating the World Humanitarian Day on August 19, the UN designated it as a way of honoring all those who are active in promoting and defending the humanitarian cause, giving of themselves to aid those impacted by natural disasters, wars or conflicts. The choosing of this date memorializes the 22 people killed in the attack

Treinamento Missão Roraima

The Humanitarian Roraima Mission Team participates in training

“Flexibility,” a watchword for whomever is active in a humanitarian response, was emphasized by Ricardo Baumgartner, primary missionary, during the meeting promoted by the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI), on January 8. The training was led by the teams that are active in the three shelters under the management of the Humanitarian Fraternity (FFHI) in

Opening of a New Indigenous Shelter in Roraima

The Humanitarian Fraternity (FFHI) becomes the manager of the three shelters for Venezuelan indigenous immigrants existing in Roraima, and deepens its focus on the specifics of this population At the end of 2020, Operation Welcome, which takes care of the Venezuelan immigrants in northern Brazil, went through a restructuring. Through the joint efforts of the

Abrigo Jardim Floresta

Opening of a New Indigenous Shelter in Roraima

The Humanitarian Fraternity (FFHI) becomes the manager of the three shelters for Venezuelan indigenous immigrants existing in Roraima, and deepens its focus on the specifics of this population At the end of 2020, Operation Welcome, which takes care of the Venezuelan immigrants in northern Brazil, went through a restructuring. Through the joint efforts of the

Voluntários da Missão Roraima

The Importance of Volunteer Work for the Humanitarian Fraternity (FFHI)

In today’s troubled times, day after day we see the number of women, men, children, young people and the elderly who travel on roads, cross cities and seas in search of restoring their life prospects that were undone by wars, conflicts, or environmental calamities. The Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI) took upon itself the responsibility of

How Education in Emergencies Helps Humanitarian Missions

Education activates and strengthens strategies to alleviate and heal the effects caused by traumatic events. This is the main objective of the Emergency Pedagogy, which uses a series of resources, such as artistic and body expression, so that children and youths recover from a crisis. In order for the effects of a traumatic event to not

World Humanitarian Day and the Life Experience of the Missionaries of the Fraternity (FIHF)

The Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF) has been conducting humanitarian missions and attending to emergencies since 2011, with 23 missions altogether, both in Brazil and in 16 other countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The Fraternity volunteers have acted in social, natural and environmental disasters. They have also assisted

The Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF) Begins the Distribution of 7,500 Oral Hygiene Kits

In March of this year, the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF) received a donation of 7,500 oral hygiene kits with the assistance of the professor Wilson Galhego, head of the UNESP – FOA, School of Dentistry of Araçatuba, responsible for the Sorriso Feliz (Happy Smile) Project, who pointed out the Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF) organization to Colgate to be the recipient of the

Produção de máscaras para abrigados venezuelanos

Roraima Mission begins the Project for the Production of Masks for Venezuelan Shelter Refugees

Members of the Roraima Mission began the implementation of the project for making 2,400 masks in the shelters managed by the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF). Through the partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the team managed to provide all the materials, such as the sewing machines, fabrics, needles, tape measures, and irons.

In Roraima and in the City of Manaus, Shelters Integrate Venezuelan Refugee Children and Youths with Recreational Activities

Missionaries provide education and relaxation in activities adapted for special needs refugee children and youths. “Aunty, don’t you speak any Spanish?”, a Venezuelan child asked the missionary of the Fraternidade – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), Rosi Freitas, who responded that she only knew well a few prayers in that language. “At that point, all the children

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7,500 kits for oral hygiene reach Roraima

The professor Wilson Galhego Garcia, head of the UNESP – FOA, dentistry school of Araçatuba, in charge of the Happy Smile Project, arranged with Colgate to obtain 7,500 kits from the Dr. Dentuço program. The kits were promptly taken from Diadema and transported to Boa Vista, on a flight of the FAB – Brazilian Air Forces, by the Brazilian

Members of the Humanitarian Missions receive training in Roraima

On January 30 and 31, the Fraternidade – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), did some training for the humanitarian workers of different agencies, organizations, institutions, and the Brazilian Army that are active in the Humanitarian Mission in the State of Roraima. The Fraternidade International (FIHF) and the representatives