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Humanitarian Care

Humanitarian Care for Displaced Persons (HCFDPS) is a non - profit organization that provides advocacy and the protection of migrants rights and uncommon access to essential services to hundreds of thousands of displaced persons across Africa

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Humanitarian Care

For the past 11 years, HCFDPS has tirelessly served people who have fled their home due to persecution, conflict, trafficking, violence and other humanitarian crises

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Humanitarian Care

We work with displaced persons and migrants (mostly Nigeria) to rebuild their lives and provide safety nets to communities and empower them with vocational and soft skills. We have used the direct engagement rather than the top – down approaches to humanitarian assistance to displaced persons in Africa

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Who We Are?

Humanitarian Care for Displaced Persons (HCFDPS) works with displaced persons and migrants (mostly Nigeria) to rebuild their lives and provide safety nets to communities and empower them with vocational and soft skills. We have used the direct engagement rather than the top – down approaches to humanitarian assistance to displaced persons in Africa.

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Humanitarian Care (Function)

Humanitarian care for Displaced Persons provides a refreshing perspective and integrated approach towards addressing Africa’s challenging issues of displacements – particularly internally displaced persons (IDPs) and forced migration (including protection and humanitarian assistance), across Nigeria and indeed Africa. We are Pan African in outlook, composition and orientation. We are dedicated to care for IDPs, migrants and critical development issues.
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Humanitarian Care (Objectives)

  • Policy advocacy for the eradication of human sufferings in Nigeria and indeed Africa.Promotion of Human Rights, Migration and Development and international Humanitarian Law.
  • Improve knowledge and understanding of displacements and forced migration.
  • Internationally influence policy and care for vulnerable persons.
  • Provide relief and protection for displaced persons.
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    Support us

  • Individual supporters make a crucial contribution to our work. Much of our funding is awarded for specific projects, so we rely on regular and consistent donations from our committed supporters to help us identify and develop new areas where our work can be of help to displaced persons.
  • For information on donating to Humanitarian care for displaced persons projects, please email giving@hcfdps.org
  • Development and Fund raising

    For information on donating to Humanitarian care for displaced persons projects, please email giving@hcfdps.org

    Humanitarian Care for Displaced Persons relies on individual supporters to make a crucial contribution to our work. Much of our funding is awarded for specific projects, so it is the regular and consistent with money given by our donor and supporters that help us to identify and develop new areas where our work can help to sustain displaced persons and people uprooted and forced to flee.

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    Our Work/ Intervention

    Some of our great works

    We work with people affected by displacements to improve their lives and sense of belonging, and conduct research and analysis. We use the evidence and learning to improve local, national and international policies and practices that can help sustain durable solutions. Our priority is displaced persons and vulnerable communities only – we believe that everyone should be able to lead peaceful, fulfilling lives, free from economic and social dislocation arising from displacement of any kind through early warning systems and preventive conflict management.

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