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Project of school rehabilitation and child protection

Elturkman, SYRIA ©ECHO

Food Security and Livelihood support project
for the most vulnerable populations.

Um Dukhun, SUDAN ©TGH

Sewing training at the Voix Du Cœur Foundation's
Damala centre, Alliance Française

Bangui, CAR ©TGH

Multi-sectoral project in support of
the most vulnerable people.

Luhansk, UKRAINE ©TGH

Child resilience programme

Telkeif, Iraq, February 2022 ©TGH

Vodolei partner store

Svetlichne - UKRAINE

Sewing Training, Women's Prefectural House

Birao - CENTRAL AFRICAN REBUPLIC

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A first assessment of our action in Ukraine, following the Russian invasion in February 2022.                                                                                                                                                 

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School visit by UN and EU officials for Syria and OCHA

On August 10, TGH Syria team was honored to receive in Qalaat al-Madiq school the joint visit of Imran Izra, UN Resident Coordinator for Syria, and Dan Stoenescu, Head of the EU delegation to Syria along with other EU, UN and OCHA delegation members.
TGH has rehabilitated Qalaat al-Madiq school in March 2022 under SHF funds. Since then, non-formal education and psychosocial support sessions have been provided to 145 children. They also received student bags including education material and hygiene kits.
The visit was an opportunity to highlight TGH holistic approach and community engagement in the project. TGH Syria team pointed out the need for a more integrated response including shelter, livelihood and water, hygiene and sanitation components.
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INFO UKRAINE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
Hotline number : 08 00 20 32 42                                                                                                   
Instagram : tghukraine
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Healthy water distribution in Al-Maalla district, Yemen

The TGH Yemen team continues to work to improve the sanitary conditions of the Yemeni population in the midst of crisis and epidemics. In June, a distribution of healthy water by water truck place in the district of Al-Maalla.

A total of 15,570 people benefited from this distribution.

Thanks to the CDCS for supporting our activities.
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Visit to a seed group in Birao, CAR

In the Central African Republic and more specifically in the areas near Birao, TGH supports the production and sale of agricultural products by helping existing groups and cooperatives. These groups bring together a number of farmers who, in addition to their own work, work together to produce local, quality seeds for local sale.

TGH provides support in the structuring of the group as well as in the first phases of production, both at the technical and business development level.
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Statement of October 13, 2022 of the consortium of NGOs in the Sahrawi camps

The consortium of NGOs working in the Sahrawi refugee camps in the Algerian desert warns about the reduction of international aid while the needs of the population are increasing. Coupled with inflation, this situation considerably worsens the food and health crisis and accentuates the fragility of the population, whose livelihood depends entirely on foreign aid. The effects of this situation are already evident in the food situation in the camps, with a worrying decrease in the variety and quantity of basic products distributed to the population over the past few months. Concerned by the seriousness of this situation, the NGO consortium is calling on the international community and civil society solidarity to mobilize the support and visibility needed to address this forgotten crisis.

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A first assessment of our action in Ukraine, following the Russian invasion in February 2022

Read the assessment
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School visit by UN and EU officials for Syria and OCHA

On August 10, TGH Syria team was honored to receive in Qalaat al-Madiq school the joint visit of Imran Izra, UN Resident Coordinator for Syria, and Dan Stoenescu, Head of the EU delegation to Syria along with other EU, UN and OCHA delegation members.
TGH has rehabilitated Qalaat al-Madiq school in March 2022 under SHF funds. Since then, non-formal education and psychosocial support sessions have been provided to 145 children. They also received student bags including education material and hygiene kits.
The visit was an opportunity to highlight TGH holistic approach and community engagement in the project. TGH Syria team pointed out the need for a more integrated response including shelter, livelihood and water, hygiene and sanitation components.
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INFO UKRAINE
Hotline number : 08 00 20 32 42
Instagram : tghukraine
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Healthy water distribution in Al-Maalla district, Yemen

The TGH Yemen team continues to work to improve the sanitary conditions of the Yemeni population in the midst of crisis and epidemics. In June, a distribution of healthy water by water truck place in the district of Al-Maalla.

A total of 15,570 people benefited from this distribution.

Thanks to the CDCS for supporting our activities.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


Visit to a seed group in Birao, CAR

In the Central African Republic and more specifically in the areas near Birao, TGH supports the production and sale of agricultural products by helping existing groups and cooperatives. These groups bring together a number of farmers who, in addition to their own work, work together to produce local, quality seeds for local sale.

TGH provides support in the structuring of the group as well as in the first phases of production, both at the technical and business development level.
Suivant Refermer
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Statement of October 13, 2022 of the consortium of NGOs in the Sahrawi camps

The consortium of NGOs working in the Sahrawi refugee camps in the Algerian desert warns about the reduction of international aid while the needs of the population are increasing. Coupled with inflation, this situation considerably worsens the food and health crisis and accentuates the fragility of the population, whose livelihood depends entirely on foreign aid. The effects of this situation are already evident in the food situation in the camps, with a worrying decrease in the variety and quantity of basic products distributed to the population over the past few months. Concerned by the seriousness of this situation, the NGO consortium is calling on the international community and civil society solidarity to mobilize the support and visibility needed to address this forgotten crisis.

Read the press release
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PROGRAMMES

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462
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(2021 data)

10COUNTRIES
52PROGRAMMES
87EXPATRIATE
462CONTRIBUTORS
1 663 849 BENEFICIARIES
(2021 data)
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We are hiring staff with specific skills, in line with the different professions and areas of expertise deployed within the framework of our actions. The main profiles sought are for the following functions:

  • Programme management and operational coordination
  • Areas of expertise Water, hygiene and sanitation - food security and livelihoods - protection - education - MEAL
  • Support (finance - HR - logistics - safety and security)


TAKE PART IN THE ACTION
MAKE A DONATION

93% of our resources are devoted to our field activities (data of 2021). Our accounts are certified by In Extenso, accounting firm listed on the board of the Regional Council of Rhone Alpes.