Donations and transparency
We believe in utmost transparency, so after you have donated,
we send you a report on how your donations are used.
(Partner - Swataleem)
Through your donations, we work towards the UN Sustainable Development goals of Quality Education, Climate Action, Zero Hunger, and Reduced Inequalities.
*These numbers are subject to changes as our projects progress
We Believe in strong actions to fight the injustice towards vulnerable communities and our planet. But we do so with a humane approach - with compassion and consideration, and being mindful of the crisis at hand
With a multidisciplinary background, we are a team of engineers, developers, designers and researchers with the common belief that innovation is a key factor in how we approaching and solving complex problems posed by COVID19.
Prototyping to Scale
With visions to work on larger themes such as education, livelihood and innovation for resilient communities, we have started small with a lean approach - testing with prototype projects
We believe that stronger relations and solutions in urgency only work if there is utmost trust and transparency. We have built public transparency reports and thrive on transparency with our donors and partners.
At midnight, on March 25, 2020, a 21-day lockdown was imposed in India, effectively immobilizing 1.3 billion of its citizens – the world’s largest lockdown. As we know, the majority of people we meet on the streets of India are daily wage workers and street entrepreneurs. They form the backbone of the informal economy, doing everything from selling ‘chai’, fruits, food, clothes, polishing your shoes, driving rickshaws and delivering goods, cleaning homes, etc. A three-week long lockdown implies inability to earn and threatens survival of the most vulnerable section of population. Realizing this, on the 1st day of the lockdown, we decided to launch an initiative to combat hunger.
The strategy was to catalyze a bottom-up process, starting from people acting within their communities, and then replicating it across various towns and cities. Within 8 days, we were able to raise more than 25K CHF, and by day 6, we were able to supply food and sanitary kits to more than 800 people across Delhi, Chandigarh, Kerala, and Chennai. Buoyed by our impact, we decided to develop this project into something more inspiring and long-term than we initially thought, to work on education, livelihood and environmental causes to support the vulnerable communities.
Humane Warriors is now a registered association in Switzerland and we have had more than 50 volunteers from all parts of the world. We are striving to create a difference in India and looking for allies to stand in solidarity and fight together.