Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust | Christian Vocations

Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust

Type: Agency

Where they work

Southern Asia

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Southeastern Asia

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Northern Africa

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Western Africa

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Eastern Africa

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We combine aid with advocacy, working for peoples suffering from oppression, exploitation and persecution.

We work with communities in active conflict zones (such as in Burma, Nigeria, South Sudan and Sudan); post-conflict areas still devastated by war (such as Nagorno-Karabakh, northern Uganda and Timor Leste); or areas where people are marginalised, oppressed and exploited for cultural, political and economic reasons (such as the Dalits and Temple Prostitutes in India).

HART relies on first-hand evidence of human rights violations, using this as a basis for a powerful twin-track programme of international advocacy in arenas such as the House of Lords and the media, and targeted aid-work focusing on sustainable community development, local partnership and regional networks of support.

HART believe that in order to truly meet the needs and requirements of the persecuted, oppressed and overlooked; the direction and management of aid must primarily involve the local people it wishes to help. By working through local partners, we ensure that the support we provide maintains their dignity, meets the priorities of the communities themselves, avoids upsetting the local economy and celebrates their achievements.