Stop creating programs FOR PEOPLE
LET PEOPLE INNOVATE FOR THEMSELVES
AND THEIR COMMUNITIES
Together let's support projects that satisfy basic/vital needs dependencies and create opportunities for All!
World Humanitarian Innovation Day
We will select 30 – 40 best humanitarian innovation projects around the world in Switzerland for our first World Humanitarian Innovation Day. We will be able to connect entrepreneurs, philanthropists, impact investors and organisations. The Goal is to make all the hidden projects known and supported.
At Innovate4Right, we create simple, effective strategies that connect resources with entrepreneurs across every channel by putting basic needs at the center of the innovation. Combining our unrivaled specialism in specific humanitarian innovation activities with a strategic, differentiated approach, we are able to meet people, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, impact investors and organisations needs in the fast paced and constantly evolving landscape.
In other to have better humanitarian project supported by Innovate4right, the association will select organize competitions around the world and select the best humanitarian projects to come to the World Humanitarian Innovation days. These competitions and all the charges regarding the innovators will be take in Charge by Innovate4Right: Community competition Fees and Transport and accommodation fees for the innovators
International Funds for Unprivileged Youth (IFUY) is a Bern based non-profit association governed by the present statutes and, secondly, by Articles 60 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code. It is neutral politically, and non-denominational.
IFUY aims to help young people around the world in the fields of education, health, culture and social integration. The Association aims to help new-born, children and young people, regardless of race, gender, nationality, creed or political opinion, by means of international mutual assistance or development cooperation. Through its action and interventions, it works in favor of the concrete application of the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 20 November 1989. IFUY believes that education should contribute to individual development, sustainable development, citizenship, peace building, better health, gender equality and democracy. The association focuses on:
- Children born in prisons
- Children with a parent in prison
- Street Children
- Migrants Children
- Young people in precarious situations
- Young people living alone in a third country