Programa de Educação
O Programa de Educação da Fraternidade – Missões Humanitárias Internacionais (FMHI) consiste na síntese das experiências e capacidades da equipe de servidores humanitários do setor de intervenção Educação em situações de Emergências e Respostas Humanitárias da organização. O Programa traduz-se em três linhas de atuação, eixos temáticos e objetivos que configuram o propósito da atuação em respostas humanitárias no âmbito da educação.
2021 Annual Report - Lasting Solutions – Roraima Humanitarian Mission
In this report, you will follow the activities, care assistance, and initiatives to do with lasting solutions and the development done in the Roraima Humanitarian Mission by the Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF), in collaboration with Operation Welcome, the Ministry of Citizenship, and other actors at a federal and local level, which makes integration of the Venezuelan immigrant and refugee population into the host communities possible.
"Socioeconomic profile of the refugee and immigrant indigenous population in Roraima"
Making it possible for the members of Acolhida (Welcome) Operation to design new strategies, with a focus on lasting solutions for the refugee and immigrant indigenous population, that resides in two shelters in Roraima, under the management of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This was the objective of the qualitative and quantitative research done during the months of November and December of 2020.
“HERMANOS– Brazil in the humanitarian response to the Venezuelan crisis”
Dynamic and engaging, the documentary HERMANOS – Brazil in the humanitarian response to the Venezuelan crisis was filmed in the period of January and February of 2020 by the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), and offers the public an in-depth look at this present-day reality, still little known by a great part of the Brazilian society.
“Using the Sphere Standards in Urban Scenarios”
Was recently translated into Portuguese by the Irdin Editora team in partnership with the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF). It is a complementary guide to the Sphere Handbook, originally published in English by Sphere, and contains material and information applicable to urban scenarios, with the aim of establishing, promoting and revising quality standards for humanitarian actions in the preparation, allocation of resources, response, monitoring and protection of the interest of the population before, during and after disasters and crises.
“OFFICIAL TRANSLATION OF THE SPHERE HANDBOOK TO PORTUGUESE”
Originally published in English, this handbook of guidelines for acting in humanitarian emergencies has editions in different languages. The translation to Portuguese was conducted through the work of the Irdin Editora team, in partnership with the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI), the Sphere Focal Point in Brazil, and is available for purchase in physical format on the publisher’s website, where it can also be downloaded free of charge in digital format.
“CATALOG OF INDIGENOUS HANDICRAFTS”
The team of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI) created a catalog to present some of the main pieces of Warao and E’ñepa indigenous handicrafts, facilitating the dissemination of their products. The pieces are sold through the Museum ‘A Casa do Objeto Brasileiro’
“COMMUNICATION ON HEALTH WITH THE INDIGENOUS, WARAO AND E’ ÑEPA”
Undertaking an effort to support the populations most vulnerable to the Covid-19 pandemic, the UN Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF) published the booklet ‘Communication on Health with the Indigenous Warao and E’ñepa’, available in Portuguese, Spanish, and also in the native languages of that indigenous population who are refugees in Brazil.
"DOCUMENTARY: NONA ANONAMO – WE ARE ALL ARTISANS”
The documentary, recorded and edited by the team of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI), carried a profound reflection on the indigenous Warao ethnic, a name that can be translated as “People of Water”, alluding to their original situation on the banks of the Orinoco River delta, in Venezuela.
“BOOK: FRATERNITY – INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN MISSIONS, IN PORTUGUESE, ENGLISH AND SPANISH”
The Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI) and Irdin Editora published the first edition in English and Spanish, and the second edition in Portuguese of the Book Fraternity – International Humanitarian Missions, written by Ana Regina Nogueira.
“VIDEO IN WARAO AND E’ÑEPA ON THE PREVENTION OF COVID-19”
The team of Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI) recorded a video with the Warao and E’ñepa natives, of themselves giving tips on care and hygiene that may help in preventing Covid-19.