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Who CAN START COLLEGE CHAPTER ?

Initiate . Involve . Inspire

Any Undergraduates in a recognised college or university are eligible to apply to the Humanitarian Affairs, United Kingdom to start a Chapter in their institution.

As a Young Humanitarian, What Can I Do?
You will participate in a Humanitarian Affairs' Learning Journey Programme for children in poverty-stricken and disaster-prone countries. Some of our previous work includes providing soup kitchens, refurnishing village schools, setting up libraries, and educating children from disadvantaged backgrounds. 

How Do I Start a Chapter of Humanitarian Affairs?

First, Submit an Application to establish a Chapter
Next, Humanitarian Affairs, United Kingdom will contact you to schedule a telephone interview
Then, Humanitarian Affairs, United Kingdom will work with you to establish a Chapter in your College or University if your application is successful


What is Required of a Chapter of Humanitarian Affairs?

Recruit Students to be Young Humanitarians in your institution
Plan Outreach Programmes to benefit Communities
Initiate Fundraising Activities
Hold one community-based program quarterly
Submit Monthly Updates online about your Chapter Activities
Attend Annual Humanitarian Affairs' Meetings in different parts of the World


What Protocol Should I Observe?
Humanitarian Affairs Chapters are established only after an individual or group first applies to start a chapter. Then collaborate with the Secretariat to form the chapter. The Chapter becomes officially recognised after the office-bearer signs the Chapter Charter.

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