The race for humanity

Waving our flag at the summit of Mount Everest 20. may 2017, we are placing our agenda to end extreme poverty on top of the world!

Our movement reached the top without oxygen, and the crew arrived back safe at the camp.
"It always seems impossible until it is done", said Nelson Mandela. We are determined to prove that extreme poverty is not a natural state to accept, and that the goods of the world can be differently distributed.

Climbing Mount Everest is our symbolic act in the race for - Move Humanity - where we every day work through social and charity projects - now in Iran, USA, Afghanistan, Uganda and Nepal - to Move Humanity.

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The billion reasons

Today is Day 1 for our most ambitious project and Human Act - the renewed name for our foundation that works for ending extreme poverty. At the basecamp, after climbing Mount Everest, the CEO of Harkat Ensani, Javad Noroozi, and our founder Djaffar Shalchi met to discuss the billion reasons to end extreme poverty that will create better lives for all of us.

Move Humanity wants to end extreme poverty

Move humanity is a global initiative to end extreme poverty,
founded by Human Act in 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Move humanity wants to mobilize a significant increase in private development assistance (PDA).

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Billion resons, to save billions of humans.
"We are not making a gift of our possessions to the poor. We are handing over to him what is his. For what has been given in common for the use of all, we have arrogated to ourselfs. The world is given to all, and not only to the rich. No one is justified in keeping for his exclusive use what he does not need, when others lack necessities."