Who we are

Humanity without Frontiers (HUWIF) we are a non-profit scientific co operation, is the driving force that helps build a future in developing world where the rights of every child for a basic education are accomplished. That makes us unique among world organisations, and unique among those working with the children in Asia and Pacific.

We have been involved in reaching the needy in many parts of the developing world for nearly 30 years working with charities and organisations and have founded Humanity without Frontiers to further facilitate that work.

We believe that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress. HUWIF was created with this purpose in mind – We believe that we can, together, advance the cause of humanity.

We promote girls’ education – ensuring that they complete primary education as a minimum – because it benefits all children, both girls and boys. Girls who are educated grow up to become better thinkers, better citizens, and better parents to their own children.

We involve everyone in creating protective environments for children, because no child should be exposed to violence, abuse or exploitation.


Many have overseas experience, and all are well versed in international issues affecting children. Our team is composed of grant making, communications, development, books, and finance and operations teams, working together to carry out HUWIF’s mission.

The Humanity without Frontiers for Education First, Our International board of directors includes members from a variety of professions – finances, philanthropy, management, and consulting – and brings collective wisdom and experience drawn from many quarters. The board has provided strategic development, financial oversight, energy, and aspiration. We honour their contributions as an integral part of what HUWIF is able to accomplish.

Hon. President:  H.E. Dr. Paul R. Wilson- Ratnayake
Director Administrative: Edgar Lischer
Internal Affaires : Philip Cueni 
Affiliate Members in : United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, France & Switzerland

Vision and Mission - Projects as of 2017

  • Accelerate Human Resources Development
  • Promote learning and life skills for young people and adults
  • To preserve the natural systems on which all life depend
  • Save the Asian Elephants

Global warming is the single biggest threat to wildlife and wild places. The impacts of global warming, caused by increased carbon pollution, are already being felt: more droughts, food and water shortages, severe weather, and habitat loss. National Wildlife Federation is advancing bold yet practical solutions to global warming. The organisation is working to expand clean energy and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels in order to improve our economy, our security and the planet’s future.

” The wildlife conservation values that are part of our country’s heritage. We are charting a new course for wildlife that our children and grandchildren will thank us for.  “

At the same time that global warming threatens our future, we as a nation are losing our connection with nature, connections that foster healthy children and an appreciation for the natural world. Today’s children are the first generation ever to grow up isolated from nature. Outdoor time for kids has decreased by almost 90 percent, while time spent inside, plugged into electronic media, has stretched to more than six hours per day.

HUMANITY WITHOUT FRONTIERS® campaign is designed to inspire families to open the door and get outside. A daily dose of the outdoors improves children’s physical, mental and emotional well-being. The benefits of outdoor play are real: healthier kids with a life-long appreciation of wildlife and nature. It’s time to trade some screen time for green time. HUWIF is helping to make that happen with programs that bring people closer to the natural world. These programs and events provide meaningful experiences that touch their hearts and build a sense of conservation stewardship.

To improve the lives of elephants and their caregivers worldwide through the development and use of progressive management practices, non-invasive research, community education and international advocacy.


HUMANITY WITHOUT FRONTIERS® provides a natural environment in which captive-held elephants can recover from past traumas and develop healthy bonds with caregivers and other elephants. HUWIF improves elephant welfare by collaborating with governments around the world, elephant caregivers and elephant owners; raising awareness of the plight of captive-held elephants everywhere they live; and advocating for improved standards and practices.

Climate change leads to migration

Around 21.5 million people are forced to leave their homes due to weather-related disasters each year.

“Drought in northern Syria led to a mass migration of people from rural areas to cities like Aleppo and became one of the spark plugs for the terrible conflict we are seeing there now,” says Lloyd Axworthy, chair of the World Refugee Council and former foreign minister of Canada. With climate change also expected to exacerbate droughts, floods and storms, Axworthy warns the problem is likely to worsen.

Other countries are having to subsidise and support large populations whose own means of growing food or living has been diminished – Lloyd Axworthy, World Refugee Council

According to the UN Refugee Agency’s latest figures, 65.6 million people were forcibly displaced by conflict and persecution in 2016, around 300,000 more than the previous year and the highest number since World War Two.

“This not a one-off,” warns Axworthy. “There are big areas of land that are running out of the fundamentals of life. Many governments are so bad that they do nothing about this. This means other countries are having to subsidise and support large populations whose own means of growing food or living has been diminished.”

Our Goal

Provide basic education to as many children as possible in the developing world by 2025.

How to Save Water
There are different methods we can follow to save clean drinking water to deal with the water scarcity.

Threats to Wild Elephants
No room to roam: The greatest threat to wild Asian elephants is habitat loss and fragmentation. Throughout the tropics, humans have cleared large areas of forest and have rapidly populated river valleys and plains.


Through an innovative model that captures attention, builds, mobilizes and nurtures a community of donors and project implementers, and scales the solution, the Humanity without Frontiers will help raise sufficient and allocate funds to provide sustainable, locally educational projects for those in need around the world.