Train the missionaries who are health professionals so they are increasingly able to respond to emergency situations in a humanitarian response.


Train and develop the missionaries so they are able to respond to the changing and challenging context that is presented in directly working with children, teenagers, youth and adults in humanitarian missions. In addition, the aim is to create cohesion and unity of knowledge, practice and mastery of tools within the whole group.

Strengthen the inner capacity for resilience in children, teenagers and young adults through art-education and education in emergencies.


Train missionaries as professional first-responders to act in hot areas and emergencies in general (environmental and/or human).


Instruct, teach, train and enable volunteer missionaries, other organizations and the general public in the knowledge concerning humanitarian actions and the practice of this knowledge. To this end, international codes of conduct and humanitarian principles, the Sphere Handbook, and the values of the Humanitarian Fraternity (FFHI) are taken as a foundation.

Empower and train for Humanitarian Response, which implies dealing with a large number of people in situations of crisis and humanitarian emergency, caused by environmental, social and economic catastrophes, or by conflicts that generate heavy migratory flows. The training aims to provide assistance in basic needs such as: shelter, psychological support, organization and logistics, among other response factors.