Egide is 7 years old and lives in Rwanda. Born with a visual disability, Humanity & Inclusion has helped him receive the eye surgery he needed. Today, with his new glasses, he can see the bright side of life.
In Lebanon, Humanity & Inclusion has just begun new clearance operations in the Chouf District of Mount Lebanon province. Once released, the land – abandoned for the last 40 years – will be used for agriculture.
Irina Yashchuk is Humanity & Inclusion’s Health Project Manager in eastern Ukraine. Every day, she and her team work to support people affected by the war.
A shared community garden project in Burkina Faso is helping people living in the Sahel region ensure their food security.
- Burkina Faso
Hassan Safssafi works for Humanity & Inclusion as an Employment Projects Manager. He focuses on the social and economic inclusion of people with disabilities in Morocco.
Navin Raut specializes in the production of prostheses and orthoses—also known as artificial limbs and braces—with Humanity & Inclusion in Nepal. He talks about his journey from a young soldier requiring amputation to a prosthetics & orthotics (P&O) specialist.
In April 2023, Humanity & Inclusion declared the village of Santander de Quilichao in Colombia free of mines. After living in fear for 20 years, its residents are now getting on with their lives.
Paul Lokiru is a physical therapist for Humanity & Inclusion in Uganda. Every day, he helps patients regain their mobility and self-confidence. In the refugee camps where he works, the needs are immense.
Kennedy has cerebral palsy. After years of being unable to stand or walk, braces and physical therapy have helped him achieve incredible progress.
In Cuba, Humanity & Inclusion is helping residents prepare for potential natural disasters and strengthen their autonomy and resilience. Dania has received support for her farm.
HI helps Hajar find more than a job 08/04/23
Hajar has a visual disability caused by a degenerative eye disease. She tells about her life in Morocco and how Humanity & Inclusion helped her find a job.
After a powerful earthquake struck Türkiye and Syria in February, Rema was trapped under the rubble of her home. Found alive after 30 hours, rescue workers had to amputate her leg. She shares her experience.
Salahedin is the director of Aqrabat Hospital, Humanity & Inclusion’s partner in northwest Syria. The hospital's staff has treated more than 1,500 earthquake survivors.
In Uganda, with funding from ECHO, Humanity & Inclusion is helping refugees who have experienced traumatic events to heal and improve their psychosocial well-being.
In Uganda, with funding from ECHO, Humanity & Inclusion is providing refugees who have experienced traumatic events with physical rehabilitation care and mental health support.