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Humanity For The World (HFTW), an international NGO committed to the 12th Goal of Sustainable Development (SDG 12)

  • Published on August 15, 2018
Since the beginning of 2018, Humanity For The World (HFTW), has been collecting from the inhabitants of Martinique used equipment, but in good condition (wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, etc.) for disabled people. to redistribute them to people with disabilities in disadvantaged countries (Haiti, certain regions and African countries ... etc.)
The objective of this action is plural: - Help disadvantaged people with disabilities living in poor countries. - Reduce global social inequalities - Reduce inequalities with people with disabilities - Sign up for a resource sharing process - Preserve the natural resources of Martinique - Participate in recycling resources - Go towards an eco-citizen approach - Enter the cycle of responsible consumption and production by sharing our resources with other countries. Through this action, Humanity For The World (HFTW) wishes to follow the new universal roadmap on sustainable development by 2030, taken up by the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition of the French government and defined in September 2015 by the Organization of United Nations and its 193 member states taken over: "It's an agenda for people, for the planet, for prosperity, for peace and for partnerships. It carries a vision to transform our world by eradicating poverty and ensuring its transition to sustainable development. " Humanity For The World (HFTW) participates by acting directly for Sustainable Development Goal 12, SDG 12. As we speak, Humanity For The World (HFTW) has already collected 20 wheelchairs, 4 walkers, 3 crutches. Discussions are underway with local public / private institutions to define a routine circuit for automatic material collection * Martinique (Martinique Matinik Creole or Matnik), also known as "the island of flowers", is a French island region located in the Caribbean more precisely in the archipelago of the Lesser Antilles. Covering an area of ​​1128m2, it has approximately 383,911 inhabitants as of January 1, 2014. In the 2030 horizon, according to figures from INSEE (National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies) The population is aging more strongly than elsewhere in France. By 2030, nearly 40% of the population in Martinique will be over 60 years old. In this aging situation, Martinique is undoubtedly heading for a constant increase in the rate of elderly people with reduced mobility, thus motorized to overcome a situation of disability. Through this approach, Humanity For The World (HFTW) anticipates by proposing a sustainable solution for recycling resources (medical / paramedical equipment) on the Martinique territory.
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