… For us “The social and humanitarian aid is the true meaning of love, solidarity and respect for life and its quality, ..and so we put ourselves in the shoes of others . Following humanitarian principles of impartiality, neutrality, humanity and operational independence, humanitarian and social help for us is a vocation and although there are a multitude of meanings attributed to the term humanitarian, for us to be humanitarian is to save lives and alleviate suffering in the worst case of failing to eradicate it.
Normally, social or community aid is intended for the poor, or who have suffered a humanitarian crisis, (Emergency in which massive humanitarian needs are expected in well above what could be the usual degree, and if not managed efficiently, effectively and diligently lead to a crisis, such as those caused by wars, etc) These forms of aid can respond to basic needs of hunger, health, infrastructure reconstruction, (Claims) Education, child protection and disadvantaged populations, construction or sanitation, construction of communication networks, etc. Normally the emergency humanitarian aid of Cooperation for Development is distinguished (includes all actions carried out by public and private actors, in order to promote global economic and social progress that is sustainable and equitable) depending on the context and needs of each country.
Knowing that humanitarian aid usually come from ..: Associations (secular or religious, even ideological) and humanitarian NGOs or Foundations financed by private or corporate donations State or other public authorities, public international organizations, usually dependent ONU, European Union, etc. and companies and individuals or philanthropists. As Shoshana is OPENING OUR DOORS to unite synergies to help.
Being clear humanist principles dedicated special attention to the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts, forgotten crises and other situations requiring humanitarian assistance, in education etc. We collaborate and cooperate with humanitarian organizations in initiatives focused on aid prioritizing those integrated into the conceptual framework of the causes of malnutrition, education proposals and other that consider not only its manifestations, but their immediate and underlying causes.
Immediate: Poor food consumption, both in quantity and quality needed for an active and healthy life. Diseases such as infections, malnutrition-related disease is narrow and in both directions. Likewise, the lack of education and its difficult access.
Underlying: Insufficient food security, which involves about a lack of access to necessary food, appropriate care, particularly maternal and infant stage; Lack of access to health services, as well as not having the vital as water and sanitation. The unavailability of means of access to primary education as necessary for human excellence and therefore non-employment preparation.
Requirements and participation
To achieve these objectives, our program contributes Social and Humanitarian Aid and contribute to various humanitarian organizations and to ensure the correct destination of aid, we have a database of organizations with the capacity and expertise to respond quickly and effectively to humanitarian crises.
To join in this database, essential condition for the contribution of “ShoShanas” organizations must share certain criteria, meet certain requirements and provide required information. The inclusion in this registry is a mechanism with proof that enhances closer partnerships between these organizations and “ShoShanas” which facilitates proper use of resources and mutual learning to similar situations that may occur in the future.
Select objective criteria entities with better chances of finalizing the aid in each case. Once a first selection, shortlisted organizations must submit a project proposal of intervention. After the final decision, “ShoShanas” signed agreements with the organization or selected organizations.
Organizations interested in joining this database should send their data before 28 February 2016, and also in subsequent years, if sent at a later date, would become part of the next edition of the base data of the following year.