Health is one of the fundamental and universal rights. We have always been committed to improving people’s living conditions, ensuring access to healthcare services and the quality of care for everyone, without any distinction.


Over the past twenty years, there has been an overall increase in the life cycle, a reduction in infant and maternal mortality, and an increase in healthy life expectancy worldwide. Unfortunately, this improvement does not apply to all countries in the world.

According to the WHO, however, the COVID-19 pandemic has hindered progress in expanding healthcare coverage and exacerbated the financial difficulties faced by those who need to cover medical expenses. Furthermore, the challenges during the emergency period have been more pronounced in less developed countries, where millions of people have lost vital healthcare assistance in terms of prevention, diagnosis, and disease control.

That’s why, in the areas where we operate, such as the districts of Wadi Al Hayat and Ghat in Libya, we work every day to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable groups. We combine safe access to quality healthcare services with protection services and psychological support to ensure comprehensive care for the communities and strengthen the resilience of the most fragile populations.

We aknowledge the strategic role of prevention in psychophysical well-being, which is why we coordinate with local authorities to launch awareness campaigns about the importance of healthcare, regular screenings, vaccinations, and good hygiene practices.

Lastly, we combat food and nutritional insecurity, which affects the health of boys and girls, compromising their proper physical and mental development. Through child sponsorship, we prevent malnutrition, organize medical visits for children in need, provide feminine hygiene kits, and carry out vaccination campaigns.

Why do we care about health?


Our mission is to ensure the health and well-being of all, both during humanitarian emergencies and in everyday life.


In the countries where we operate, we collaborate with Ministries of Health and local communities to support and integrate local socio-health development and meet the real needs of the community.


We enhance the capacity of primary health centers to provide adequate healthcare services and improve the quality of protection services, ensuring direct user engagement.


We provide psychological support to the most vulnerable groups facing the consequences of traumatic events such as conflicts or natural disasters.


We promote awareness campaigns on the importance of prevention and care through healthcare assistance, regular screenings, vaccinations, distribution of female hygiene kits, and the dissemination of proper hygiene practices.


In our activities, we pay special attention to children, as they are more vulnerable, aiming to help them grow in a safe and healthy environment.

We protect the well-being of communities worldwide

With our projects, we safeguard one of the fundamental human rights: health.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is defined as a complete state of physical, mental, and social well-being. At Helpcode, we aim to help people in the areas where we operate achieve this state through interventions aimed at ensuring access to medical care, as well as food security and safety.