Humanity First is an international aid agency that provides aid and assistance to those in need irrespective of race, religion or politics from registered offices now in 52 countries. HF have been working on projects in 51 countries across 6 continents.


Although Humanity First is now registered across the world, on specific projects or around certain disasters, whether natural or man-made, our staff sometimes find themselves in dangerous and difficult circumstances. We also need to rapidly engage with local authorities and other agencies to ensure that the combined aid effort is as productive as possible for the people that really matter, the victims. 

Humanity First takes a proactive approach to Collaboration with authorities and specialist agencies to ensure that we are able to deliver the right people and resources to the right location at the right time as safely and efficiently as possible. Humanity First has been working with a number of partners in the field including: AMG Group, AMJ, Aquabox, Blacks Leisure, Bio-Clinic of Alternative Medicine (Berkshire), Care International, IAAAE, Oxfam, Red Cross and Red Crescent, Rotary International, Samaritans, Save the Children, United Nations (UN), Water Aid, World Health Organisation (WHO) and WorldWaterWorks. We value their support and guidance.
Humanity First also has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Testimonials from partners 

"Save the Children is delighted to be working with Humanity First in the region. Our two organisations share common values and a desire to help the beleaguered children of the area to get back into education and training."
El Khidir Daloum, Regional Director, Save the Children 

"Humanity First is a great a blessing to the entire community of Budaka .... We the leaders of Budaka District are greatly impressed by the exemplary character of the leadership of Humanity First." 
Mulomi Samuel, District Chairman Budaka, Uganda 

"Oxfam GB is very happy about this new partnership with Humanity First. We will be working together to provide much needed clean water and sanitation facilities to over 600 children"
John Prideaux-Brune, Country Director, Oxfam