Kanloukitibe, 10 years old, lives in Togo. She was born with hearing loss. For the past three years, HI has been ensuring she receives personalized educational assistance to help her keep up with her studies.
Gary Toombs, Humanity & Inclusion's Global Land Release/Armed Violence Reduction Technical Operations Manager, explains the effects of explosive ordnances even decades after conflict subsides.
Life can be harrowing for people with disabilities in war-torn Syria, as they are exposed to violence and discrimination. HI and its local partners are helping Faisal to live like any other father.
HI teaches people in Syria how to protect themselves during an earthquake and its aftershocks as well as from the large quantities of explosive ordnance littering the region.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way 02/27/23
After a car accident that injured his leg, Sami became infected with a bacterium that no treatment could cure. His leg had to be amputated. HI helped him through the life-changing process.
Housen is so happy to walk 02/27/23
Housen, eight years old, has cerebral palsy. HI and its partners developed a specifically tailored rehabilitation program to help him learn to walk and become more autonomous.
HI and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine sign a memorandum of understanding to improve the quality of access to health services.
Anja was injured during the earthquake. He is currently beeing treated by a medical team in one of HI’s 13 partner hospitals in northwest Syria.
Mother and son, Tamara and Mykhailo Artamonova, had to abandon their house after it was bombed. Thanks to a temporary shelter in Dnipro and HI’s services, they were able to get the help they needed.
On January 14th 2023, a missile strike hit a high-rise building in Dnipro in eastern Ukraine. 46 people died, including six children, and 81 persons were injured.
Pralhad Gairapipli, Humanity & Inclusion's regional communications officer for India, Nepal and Sri Lanka, reflects on working for the organization as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Mehdi Firouzi supervises the psychosocial teams in Syria. He explains the benefits of psychological first aid after a tragedy like the February 6th earthquake.
Rema is a something of a miracle. From her room in one of HI’s 13 partner hospitals in the area of Jindires, northwest Syria, she shares what happened to her.
Emilie was 6 years old when she lost her foot in a landmine explosion in Cambodia. She was one of the very first people to be fitted with a prosthesis by HI in its early days as an organization.
“New shelter camps every day” 02/17/23
Anis manages a team of 22 HI physiotherapists and psychosocial support experts in North Syria. He describes the earthquake response provided by HI.