Here's a two minute video which explains what we do.
HumaneAfrica is a UK registered charity working with communities in Southern and Eastern Africa dedicated to accelerating the abandonment of harmful practices such as child mutilation and the removal of body parts and abuse and discrimination of children with disabilities through a community-driven approach. Our organization works towards diminishing the individual and social harms connected with these harmful practices.
HumaneAfrica, in partnership with local organizations conducted the first research into issues relating to the removal and movement of body parts for the use of harmful traditional practices in Southern and Eastern Africa in 2008.
Based on these findings, HumaneAfrica designed a process of social norm change and through engagement with local communities and community led discussions, has achieved a collective agreement to abandon the use of body parts in traditional medicine in a number of communities throughout the region.
This process of positive sustainable change has brought about a reduction in the demand for children's body parts.