The right to health is a basic and universal right. We have always been committed to improving people’s living conditions, in order to guarantee everyone – without any distinction – access to health services and quality of care.


Over the past twenty years, globally, we have witnessed an overall increase in the life cycle, a reduction in infant and maternal mortality and an increase in healthy life expectancy, but unfortunately this improvement does not concern all countries in the world.

According to WHO, however, the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed progress in service coverage and exacerbated financial difficulties for people facing health costs.

Furthermore, the challenges of the emergency period have been more pronounced in less developed countries, where millions of people have lost vital health assistance in disease prevention, diagnosis and control.

This is why, in the areas where we are present – such as in the Wadi al Hayaat and Ghat districts in Libya – we work every day to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable groups, by combining safe access to quality health services and protection and psychological support services, so as to guarantee integrated care for communities and strengthen the resilience capacities of the most vulnerable categories.

We know the strategic role of prevention on psychophysical well-being, which is why we coordinate with local authorities to launch awareness campaigns on the importance of health care, regular screenings, vaccination and Good hygiene and health practices.

Finally, we fight against food and nutritional insecurity, which influences the health of children and harms their good physical and mental development. Thanks in particular to child sponsorship, we prevent malnutrition, we organize medical visits for children who need them, we provide feminine hygiene kits and we lead vaccination campaigns.

Why do we intervene in the health sector?


Our mission is to guarantee the health and well-being of all, both during times of health crisis and on a daily basis.


In the countries in which we operate, we cooperate with ministries of health and local communities in order to support and strengthen local social and health development, and to respond to the real demands of the community.


We are improving the capacities of basic health centers to provide appropriate health services as well as the quality of protective services, ensuring direct patient care.


We offer psychological support to the most vulnerable categories who find themselves facing the consequences of traumatic events such as wars or natural disasters.


We carry out awareness campaigns on the importance of prevention and care, through health assistance, regular screenings, vaccination, distribution of feminine hygiene kits and the dissemination of good hygiene and health practices.


Our activities pay particular attention to children, as more vulnerable people, in order to allow them to grow up in a safe and healthy context.

We protect the well-being of communities around the world

With our projects, we protect one of the basic human rights: health.
Health is defined by the WHO as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. At Helpcode, we aim for people in the regions in which we operate to reach this state, through interventions aimed at ensuring access to medical care, livelihoods and food security.