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New partnership with NGA HR for a truly inclusive world

Inclusion
International United Kingdom

Humanity & Inclusion UK is proud to announce our new partnership with NGA HR.

Aicha, 10, playing with her friends in the playground of her school. Aicha is a beneficiary of the Integrated Project on Inclusive Education, Protection and Early Detection of Disabilities that HI has been implementing in Guinea-Bissau. Aicha loves playing and having fun with her school friends. An extroverted character, she is very integrated within her group of classmates and has lots of friends.

Aicha, 10, playing with her friends in the playground of her school. Aicha is a beneficiary of the Integrated Project on Inclusive Education, Protection and Early Detection of Disabilities that HI has been implementing in Guinea-Bissau. Aicha loves playing and having fun with her school friends. An extroverted character, she is very integrated within her group of classmates and has lots of friends. | © M.Moreiras/HI

NGA HR, a global leader in HR & Payroll services, have partnered with Humanity & Inclusion UK to support our vital inclusion work allowing for a more inclusive world where everyone has equal opportunities and rights. With their support, we will enable hundreds of people to meet their basic needs, lead dignified lives in decent living conditions and feel respected and valued in their communities.

This partnership will help Humanity & Inclusion to ensure inclusive livelihoods, inclusive education and inclusive local development for the most vulnerable people in contexts and countries where the need is greatest.

“On behalf of the whole organisation, I would like to thank NGA HR employees for their considerable support for our inclusion projects,” says Jane Morris, Head of Partnerships & Philanthropy at Humanity & Inclusion UK.

“We are absolutely delighted to be launching this new corporate partnership! Together, we can have a life-changing impact on people in the greatest need – with or without disabilities. We will ensure that young boys and girls all over the world can attend school, that the poorest have access to jobs and make a decent living, and that women and youth are included in local governance structures and have economic perspectives.”

“Welcome on board NGA HR – here’s to an excellent partnership to make this world truly inclusive!”

Andy Monshaw, CEO for NGA Human Resources, said, “Diversity, Inclusion & Giving Back are all part of our culture at NGA HR. Having met with Humanity & Inclusion, we were inspired by their work and the good they provide to so many people. We hope our partnership will help Humanity & Inclusion with their aim of making a truly inclusive world.”

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