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Life-changing crutches 01/18/23

Raphaël’s specially adapted crutches have made it easier for him move around and be more self-reliant – including walking to school by himself.

  • Democratic Republic of Congo

A wheelchair that makes all the difference 01/18/23

Daïsane was born with club feet. Supplied with a specially adapted wheelchair by HI, she can now move around on her own and play with her classmates at breaktime.

  • Democratic Republic of Congo

Fazal recovers from mine accident through rehabilitation 01/13/23

Fazal, 18, lost his leg in a mine accident. Humanity & Inclusion is providing him with rehabilitation care.

  • Afghanistan

Helping Milagros live life to the full 01/12/23

In Colombia, HI is supporting Venezuelan migrants like Milagros. Our teams are giving Milagros rehabilitation exercises to help her become more independent.

  • Colombia

Thanks to his prosthesis, Atilio has regained his independence 01/05/23

In Colombia, HI is supporting Venezuelan migrants like Atilio who crossed the border with an amputated leg. HI has provided him with a prosthesis and rehabilitation services.

  • Colombia

Women and girls aim to reduce gender-based violence in Central African Republic 12/06/22

Humanity & Inclusion and partners work alongside women and girls to prevent and respond to gender-based violence in the Central African Republic.

  • Central African Republic

Priti, 6: Life-changing rehabilitation care 12/05/22

Priti, 6, has cerebral palsy. She receives at-home rehabilitation care in Nepal.

  • Nepal

Q&A: Confronting global food insecurity in Ukraine, Horn of Africa 12/02/22

Madeline Sahagun, Humanity & Inclusion's Global Food Security Specialist, is based in Silver Spring, Maryland. She shares how the organization is confronting the global food crisis, including reflections from her recent visit to Ukraine.

  • International

Unprecedented levels of contamination in Raqqa 12/01/22

Humanity & Inclusion has conducted weapons clearance operations in northern Syria since 2018. A team of 25 demining experts face a giant task as the scale of explosive remnants of war contamination in Raqqa is beyond anything witnessed anywhere since WWII.

  • Syria

Rehabilitation improves mobility, wellness for Gatluak 11/29/22

Gatluak Muon used to find daily activities challenging and felt isolated from his community. With physical rehabilitation care from Humanity & Inclusion, he is already experiencing progress.

  • Ethiopia

With new artificial limb, Abdulaleem rediscovers his motivation and ambition 11/28/22

Abdulaleem survived a mine accident in Yemen. Fitted with an artificial limb by Humanity & Inclusion’s team, he is looking forward to the future.

  • Yemen

Sreyka fitted with new artificial limb after outgrowing her first 11/28/22

After outgrowing her first artificial limb provided by Humanity & Inclusion's team, Sreyka was recently fitted for a new one.

  • Cambodia

Hidayatullah can now stand on his own two feet and play with the other children 11/28/22

Hidayatullah was born with a malformation in both feet. His anxious mother was referred to HI's rehabilitation centre in Kandahar.

  • Afghanistan

The day I stepped on a mine, my fate was sealed 11/18/22

Marta Quintero has been part of HI’s demining operations in Colombia for seven years. She is working for the future of her country with an unwavering determination born out of personal experience.

  • Colombia

Inclusive education today for inclusive futures tomorrow! 11/17/22

12-year-old Patrick is benefitting from digital schooling in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. Thanks to accessible and adapted materials, he is prepared to achieve all his professional goals.

  • Kenya


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