May 1, 2017

Colombia: The painstaking process to remove landmines, restore security

April 20, 2017

Vulnerable refugees and how UNHCR keeps them safe
The Guardian

April 13, 2017

"Be strong"-Iraqis wounded in Mosul try trauma counseling to cope

April 10, 2017

Emerging best practices from Iraq for psychosocial support in emergencies

March 22, 2017

NGOs demand access as Yemen suffers 'open-air massacre'
Daily Mail

Mar 15, 2016

Support for people with disabilities among many needs of Syrian Refugees

February 11, 2017

War without end: the deadly legacy of cluster munitions
Toronto Star

Nov 29, 2016

4 things to know as Mosul relief unfolds

October 6, 2016

What are Haiti's humanitarian needs after Hurricane Matthew?

September 28, 2016

The latest study: Syrian Displacement Fueled By Shelling via Associated Press

September 7, 2016

Counting the World's Invisible Minority
U.S. News & World Report

September 6, 2016

U.S. to spend $90 million to clear bombs in Laos
USA Today

August 19, 2016

6 facts that reveal how humanitarian aid is failing people with disabilities

July 4, 2016

Traffic Accidents ‘Destroy Lives, Property and Dignity'
Traffic Accidents are Leading Cause of Death in Cambodia
Voice of America

May 27, 2016

Syria war: Battling on as a disabled refugee

May 2016

The Handicap International Story: Logistics and Vulnerable Populations in Nepal
Liaison magazine

April 22, 2016

Girls scarred by Nepal quake share friendship, but not luck
Associated Press

April 21, 2016

In pictures: Four lives changed by Nepalese earthquake

March 15, 2016

Support for people with disabilities among many needs of Syrian refugees

January 29, 2016

Congo’s invisible, third-class citizens find solidarity
Women Under Siege Project

January 6, 2016

Nepal Earthquake Survivor Builds a New Life
ABC Nightline

December 13, 2015

Right Footed: A remarkable film about Jessica Cox
Community Digital News

December 2, 2015

From curse to catfish: West Africa schools tackle stigma of disability

November 2, 2015

US Army Vet Helps a Girl Injured in Nepal Earthquake Walk Again
ABC News

October 30, 2015

Portland man's promise to girl he saved after Nepal earthquake comes true

September 26, 2015

Armless Fil-Am Jessica Cox shares life story in new documentary
Asian Journal

September 5, 2015

World's only armless pilot visits Portland for U.S. premier of documentary

July 17, 2015

Destrozados, miembro a miembro: El sistema de salud jordano no da abasto para atender a los refugiados sirios
Newsweek en Espanol

July 14, 2015

Torn Limb From Limb, Syrian Refugees in Jordan Rebuild from the Scars of War

June 25, 2015

‘I pray to God that my children are safe and sound’
The Jordan Times

June 23, 2015

Bleak prospects for injured survivors of Nepali Quake
Associated Press, via The New York Times

June 15, 2015

Long, hard road for Nepal's disabled quake survivors
Yahoo! News via AFP

June 1, 2015

Bringing Hope, Healing to Mideast War Survivors
O&P Edge

May 27, 2015

Kobani's Lesson for Ramadi: Victory Against ISIS won't End Bloodshed
U.S. News & World Report

Booby-trapped corpses and other horrors remain in Syrian town after combat
The Washington Post

May 12, 2015

Dozens More Killed After 2nd Earthquake Hits Nepal
CBS Baltimore

Nepal Earthquake: How to Help Victims
Associated Press, via

Five million Syrians at risk of explosive weapons, study
Reuters, via New York Times

Activists Say at Least 28 Killed in Syria Government Attack
Associated Press, via ABC News

More Than 5 Million Syrians at Risk from Explosive Weapons

April 29, 2015

Thousands of Nepal Quake Survivors May Face Lifelong Disabilities: Aid Workers

April 28, 2015

Nepal Death Toll Might Hit 10,000 as Mass Cremations Continue and Rescue Time Runs Short

April 27, 2015

Nepal Earthquake: Survivors Left Homeless and Hungry
BBC News

April 26, 2015

Throngs Huddle in the Rain and Others Overwhelm Hospitals
New York Times

April 25, 2015

World Offers Help After Nepal Quake, But Few Know Scope Yet
Associated Press

April 17, 2015
Disability in Cambodia: 'Children can make progress and have rights'
The Guardian

March 25, 2015
Meer takes position at Handicap International
The Gazette

March 17, 2015
In ending Ebola, a struggle to track victims' elusive contacts
National Geographic

March 16, 2015
Devastation on the roads of Cambodia
National Geographic

March 15, 2015
Libya: Evidence of new cluster bomb use
Human Rights Watch

March 12, 2015
Aid groups criticize UN security council over Syria
New York Times (via Associated Press)

February 13, 2015
Uprooted South Sudanese fear the call to return home

January 15, 2015
China: a major gulf in care for the disabled
China Daily - Europe

January 7, 2015
Five years on, Haiti's earthquake amputees are still struggling
AFP, USA Today (various)

January 5, 2015
Surveying the unknown: Mozambique's epic struggle to free itself of landmines

December 31, 2014
Mozambique: A step to a landmine-free world
Al Jazeera

December 20, 2014
Dignity and Disability
China Daily

December 12, 2014
Clearing Land Mines Becomes Women's Work in Mozambique and Beyond
National Geographic

December 3, 2014
Lebanon's bittersweet expertise in prosthetics helps amputees
Al-Monitor, Lebanon Pulse

November 17, 2014
Ebola's Forgotten Victims
Huffington Post Impact

October 16, 2014
Long neglected, disabled make gains in Caribbean
Associated Press (and other outlets)

October 11, 2014
The Invisible People (video): Unreported World visits Lebanon to reveal the plight of some of the most vulnerable refugees fleeing the war in Syria: disabled people, many of whom are children
Channel 4: Unreported World

September 23, 2014
U.S. Pledges to Destroy All Landmines Outside of Korean Peninsula (image)

August 27, 2014
Monitor Reports Heavy Cluster Bomb Use in Syria
The New York Times

August 21, 2014
Land mine ban advocate speaking in SW Portland Thursday night
The Oregonian

August 21, 2014
Japan to Install “Smart” Traffic Lights Throughout Cambodia’s Capital

July 31, 2014
In Congo, a Disabled Peace
Foreign Policy

July 29, 2014
Africa: Heightened HIV Risk for People With Disabilities

June 27, 2014
U.S. to phase out landmines that target people

June 27, 2014
U.S. declares it will not produce any more antipersonnel land mines
Washington Post

June 22, 2014
Group Supporting Disabled IDPs Wins Global Award
The Star-Kenya

May 20, 2014
New AUDA guidelines require buildings to be disabled-friendly
The Times of India

May 16, 2014U.S. Cluster Bombs Keep Killing Civilians in Yemen
Vice News

April 9, 2014
Report: Syria’s Disabled Refugees Find Themselves Doubly Victimized

April 2, 2014
Syrians Adjust to Life Without Limbs
The Denver Post

March 27, 2014
Words, Words, Words: A Humanitarian Impasse
Huffington Post Impact

February 6, 2014
Cambodia Suspends All Traffic Enforcement to Butter Up Voters
Next City

January 18, 2014
Pictured: Cambodian land mine victims wounded by one of the 6 million hidden devices waiting to be detonated are nursed back to health
Daily Mail

December 27, 2013
Disability in India: The struggles of infrastructure, prejudice and karma

November 28, 2013
Armless Fil-Am pilot to help disabled typhoon victims
ABS-CBN Interactive

November 11, 2013
Easing UXO dangers in Mali

October 15, 2013
For Haiti's amputees, a struggle but less of a stigma
Al Jazeera: America Tonight

September 12, 2013
Photo essay: The uncounted Syrian tragedy
Al Jazeera

August 20, 2013
Poor and Disabled when Disaster Strikes
Inter Press News Service

August 9, 2013
Jessica Cox on Treaty for Equal Rights for Disabled Persons
Savvy Central Radio

August 9, 2013
Clearance of unexploded ordnance makes Libyan cities safer
Libya Herald

August 1, 2013
Syria's Assad Says He Will Win War
ABC News

July 15, 2013
Boosting local govt must to reduce disaster risk
The Daily Star-Bangladesh

July 5, 2013
Rwanda: Muhanga Disabled Get Wheelchairs
All Africa

July 2, 2013
An inspiration: Lynn Bradach ten years on
Cluster Munition Coalition

June 4, 2013
Armless pilot Jessica Cox on the power of 'I Can'
BBC World News America

June 3, 2013
Woman of the Week: Jessica Cox (and Handicap International-US)
A Parent in Silver Spring

May 20, 2013
Photographer and Triple-Amputee Giles Duley Meets Syria Refugees Trapped by Their Injuries
CBS News

April 14, 2013
Syria's injured
Today Programme, BBC Radio 4

April 3, 2013
In Pictures: Syria's Injured Refugees
BBC News

March 4, 2013
Cluster Munitions Have Prolonged Impact
Voice of America

November 9, 2012
$240 Changed Bikram's Life
Huffington Post Impact

September 6, 2012
750,000 Cluster Munitions Have Been Destroyed, But Not by the US
Common Dreams

August 29, 2012
Video: Paralympics success changing attitudes in China

August 9, 2012
Handicap International Campaigns to Raise Awareness of Gun-Related Injuries
Libya Herald

August 9, 2012
Limbless Frenchman Plans Swim from Alaska to Russia
Alaska Dispatch

August 6, 2012
Getting the Rings Moving: How Can the Olympics Inspire Physical Activity Throughout the World?
Huffington Post Impact

August 1, 2012
Sports for All
Huffington Post Impact

July 27, 2012
An Olympian in Our Midst
Huffington Post Impact

July 18, 2012
Making a Difference: Handicap International–Restoring Hope

July 11, 2012
Clinton, in Laos, Visits Prosthetic Center
Associated Press

July 10, 2012
Libya: The Aftermath of War
United Nations

July 5, 2012
Sahel Crisis: Hungry People, Deadly Land
Huffington Post Impact

June 27, 2012
People With Disabilities Cannot Be Left in the Wake of a Global Response
Huffington Post Impact

April 5, 2012
Why Hasn't the U.S. Signed an International Ban on Land Mines?
The Los Angeles Times

February/March 2012
Heading Back to Haiti
Ability Magazine

January 11, 2012
Two years later, Haitian Amputees Still Have a Long Way to Go
PBS NewsHour

December 7, 2011
Disabled in Sierra Leone Make Gains
Global Post

November 18, 2011
U.S. Leads Challenge to Ban on Cluster Munitions
Inter Press Service 

October 11, 2011
Senegal: Demining Machine Clears Path for a Better Future
IRIN Africa

July 26, 2011
Opinion: U.S. Should Take the Final Step to Ban Landmines
Roll Call

July 21, 2011
Educational Approaches to Tackling Disability in War-Torn Countries

May 1, 2011
Wendy's Story: Why Old Takoma is an Epicenter of Worldwide Humanitarianism
Takoma Voice

May 9, 2011
Helping the Most Vulnerable: Handicap International and the Hilton Prize

March 16, 2011
Handicap International Named Recipient of 2011 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize
Huffington Post Impact

February 24, 2011
Church Leader Reverses Stance on HIV, Reaches Out to those Affected

January 12, 2011
Prosthetic Limbs Give Quake Survivors Chance to Rise
NBC Nightly News

January 7, 2011
Haiti Earthquake Relief: How Charities Spent the Money
Huffington Post Impact

July 14, 2010
In Haiti, Amputees Face Different Kind of Healing
PBS NewsHour 

April 12, 2010
Leg Lost, Dancer is Caught between Caregivers
The New York Times

March 21, 2010
73 Legs, 12 Arms – Hundreds More to Go
NBC News

February 22, 2010
Countless Lost Limbs Alter Life in Haiti’s Ruins
The New York Times

February 18, 2010
Cluster Bomb Ban to Become Law
Inter Press Service News Agency

February 17, 2010
Amputations Push Haitians Closer to the Edge
The Los Angeles Times

February 12, 2010
In Post-Quake Haiti, a Surge of Amputees
National Public Radio

February 9, 2010
Life Without a Limb

February 8, 2010
For Haiti’s Countless Amputees, a Hard Road Ahead
The Wall Street Journal

February 4, 2010
New Amputees Worry About Life Ahead
USA Today

January 29, 2010
Disability Charity Charts Out Years of Great Need in Haiti
The Chronicle of Philanthropy

January 29, 2010
Haiti Moves Past Broken Bones to Future Needs
National Public Radio 

January 28, 2010
Haiti Amputees Face Dire Quest for Prosthetics

September 11, 2008
China's Disabled: Going for Gold 
TIME Magazine