The United Nations’ (UN) World Humanitarian Day is held on August 19 each year. The day honors all humanitarians who have worked in the promotion of the humanitarian cause, and those who have lost their lives in the cause of duty.
The day aims to increase public awareness about humanitarian assistance activities worldwide and the importance of international cooperation.
What Do People Do?
World Humanitarian Day is a day dedicated to humanitarians worldwide, as well as to increase public understanding of humanitarian assistance activities. The day aims to honor humanitarian workers who have lost their lives or injured themselves in the course of their work, and to acknowledge the ongoing work of humanitarian staff around the world.
Many communities and organizations try to increase the importance of humanitarians by distributing publicity and information material. Additionally, some try to speak to the press to help spread these key messages of World Humanitarian Day, while other groups organize public events worldwide that feature humanitarian work.
For the year 2010 and beyond, it is anticipated that World Humanitarian Day will focus on particular humanitarian themes to help increase public awareness. SOURCE
I wanna leave my footprints on the sands of time
Know there was something that, and something that I left behind
When I leave this world, I’ll leave no regrets
Leave something to remember, so they won’t forget
I want to say I lived each day, until I died
I know that I had something in, somebody’s life
The hearts I have touched, will be the proof that I leave
That I made a difference, and this world will see
Beyonce recently shot the video of ‘I was here’ and this will be premiered on 19th August 2012.
The lyrics of the song have always motivated us here at Chaud into doing what we do and hoping in so doing that we leave our footprints in at least one person’s life. We hope you our readers will join us all into making Sunday 19th August 2012 a memorable day where you get to help another human being – acts of kindness, words of encouragement or even more – we just hope you join in.