World Humanitarian Day

Before anything else, we invite you all to follow the campaign #RealLifeHeroes, which is a thank you to all the people who made it their mission to help others in need, and they are celebrated today, the real heroes who did and do their best to support and rescue others in the most dire conditions and situations.  On August 19th 2003 a bomb attack in Baghdad killed 22 humanitarian workers, and since then this day was created to commemorate the sacrifice and professionalism of those individuals who choose this life path. Which became mostly visible during the Pandemic crisis as many areas of the world became in dire need of aid and humanitarian assistance in dealing with Covid-19. 

The campaign #RealLifeHeroes, has its focus on the motivation and drive of those individuals dedicated to saving and protecting life, regardless of war, uncertainties, epidemics and other risks, and committing to the wellbeing of our global community. Its focus is in providing stories from humanitarians giving their maximum efforts to offer safety, relief and support to those in need and danger. The Real Life Heroes. 

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Published by Lorenzo Nava

Consultant, Trainer and Coach, on participatory learning processes, experiential learning dynamics, non formal education and NLP certified practitioner