Humans Care Foundation: House was created because of significant global problems that profoundly affect the lives of individuals, communities and even the infrastructure of entire countries. Humanitarian disasters, floods, landslides, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and droughts have claimed many lives and left entire families homeless. As a result, thousands of people around the world are forced to move in search of better conditions.

HCFH’s mission is to give a helping hand to the victims of humanitarian and natural disasters around the world. We believe that using innovative solutions made by HCF and drawing the attention of the global community we can create a sustainable future for everyone.


In a world marked by dynamic challenges, various crises impact millions of lives annually, necessitating urgent attention and humanitarian efforts. Here are some stark facts that underscore the magnitude of these crises, revealing the pressing need for collaborative action and compassionate response.

  • According to the UN, floods affect an average of 250 million people worldwide each year, causing economic losses of up to $40 billion.

  • The ongoing civil war in Syria has led to one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time, with over 12 million people in need of assistance and millions displaced from their homes.

  • According to the UN, over 168 million people worldwide require humanitarian assistance and protection due to conflict, natural disasters, and other crises.

  • In 2018, the eruption of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala killed over 190 people and displaced tens of thousands more.

  • According to the UN, droughts affect an estimated 55 million people annually, which leads to significant economic losses, affects food security and contributes to the displacement of many people.

  • According to the UNHCR, there are currently more than 82 million forcibly displaced persons worldwide, including refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons.

  • Hurricane Eta hit Nicaragua in November 2020 as a Category 4 storm, resulting in substantial damage estimated at $5 billion, the loss of at least 200 lives, and leaving thousands of people homeless.

  • According to the USGS, earthquakes can cause significant damage and loss of life, with an estimated 10,000 deaths each year and economic losses of up to $100 billion.

  • According to the World Health Organization, landslides cause an estimated 4,500 deaths worldwide each year and can lead to displacement of communities and economic losses.


The global problem of housing and homelessness is significant and affects a large number of people.

  • Homelessness places a strain on social services and resources, leading to longer wait times, overcrowding, and a lack of necessary support services

  • The estimated cost of providing assistance to a refugee for one year is 1500$. This cost includes camp accommodation and provision of basic necessities.

  • The average cost of building a simple house and buying land will be $15,000 worldwide.

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