The Angola Humanitarian Mission has still not been able to begin in Luanda, the capital of the country, but while awaiting the necessary documentation to begin the task, the team of humanitarian servers of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Missions (FIHM) is developing an agenda with an intense flow of meetings, articulations and planning to put into action on the African continent, either in Angola or Mozambique, as well as in Europe: Portugal, Spain, Germany, Switzerland and Greece, and also in Panama, Central America.
The manager of the Fraternity – Humanitarian Missions (FIHM), Friar Luciano, evaluates this period of preparation for international activities as constructive. In his observations, he indicates that, since the founding of the affiliate, the Fraternity – Humanitarian Missions (FIHM) Geneva, and after the meetings of July and August, the humanitarian team is already monitoring and following the movements of the organization that “at this moment, are concentrating on the technical training of humanitarian workers, institutional and international relations, consolidation of the fulfilment of national and international projects, and a timeline of humanitarian response for 2022.”
Friar Luciano has already visited Spain and Greece and emphasizes that the main objective of his trips is to “contact those responsible in international humanitarian agencies, as well as their program teams, for partnerships in projects for next year.”
“In spite of countries still needing to readjust because of the pandemic, humanitarian crises overlap social crises at a local level, requiring strategies to be more complete and comprehensive,” points out the manager.