WHO ARE WE?

Background Information
Humanity Aid Service (HAS) is south Sudanese based humanitarian and development organization, nonprofit NGO founded on 19,11,2012 and registered by the Ministry of justice under the serial   no 1015 and registration  certificate of  operation by Relief And Rehabilitation  Commission (RRC) No. 288. Formerly, the organization was called Youth Technology Development Organization (YTDO)on 15 august 2018 the general assembly of the organization   pass a resolution No: 00221 to change the organization name to Humanity AID service (HAS) and re-registered under chapter 3, section 10 of NGOs act, 2016 as national organization reg. No 234.

Vision : To see a World where all Humans are treated with dignity, honesty and equal respect.

Mission: Restoring lost hopes, commitment to save lives, Cultural Transformation Empower and give life
skills to communities, women, people with special needs, migrants, asylum seekers Refugees,
Youths, child right to education, Creation of platforms for people to learn from each other and
dialogue among themselves on issues of concern. To reach too hard to access locations, with
humanitarian and development services to the world needy populations.

Goal: 
See-hunger free society, Healthy living, Literate nation. Peaceful co-existence among
communities, social justice to all persons. Transparency and accountability in service delivery,
self-reliant young men and women and resilient people.

Core Values: 
Believing in fundamental rights of humanity, where equal opportunity to decision making is
guaranteed. Deliver Humanitarian and Development services to the most needy without
discrimination on basis of ethnicity, economic class, gender, political opinion or religious beliefs.

What We Do:
Education, Tech innovation, Health, Livelihood, food security, peace building, WASH,
protection, GBV, infrastructure development, Environmental protection. Emergency assistance
to people affected by Natural or man-made disaster and children without parental care.

Motto:
One life matters