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Q&A: Lasting effects of war-time weapons 03/06/23

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. 

  • Ukraine
  • Laos

“When you have a disability, you can’t just get up and run for safety.” 03/06/23

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.

  • Syria

Safety messages in the wake of the earthquake 03/06/23

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.

  • Syria

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.

  • Syria

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.

  • Syria

The Ministry of Health of Ukraine has signed a memorandum of understanding with HI 02/23/23

HI and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine sign a memorandum of understanding to improve the quality of access to health services.

  • Ukraine

"I’ve seen people maimed, others amputated. But I’m alright, I have hope" 02/23/23

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.

  • Syria

Displaced by war: the story of Tamara and her son Mykhailo 02/23/23

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.

  • Ukraine

Bombing in Dnipro: the European Union and Atlas Logistics help the victims 02/23/23

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.

  • Ukraine

Regional communications officer reflects on favorite parts of job 02/22/23

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.

  • Nepal

“Psychological first aid to avoid complication” 02/21/23

Mehdi Firouzi supervises the psychosocial teams in Syria. He explains the benefits of psychological first aid after a tragedy like the February 6th earthquake.

  • Syria

Rema, 13 years old, lost her leg after being trapped under the debris for 30 hours 02/20/23

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.

  • Syria

In 1982, HI provided Emilie with her first prosthesis 02/20/23

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.

  • Cambodia

“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.

  • Syria

“Many of the contaminated areas may have migrated" 02/17/23

HI’s global land release technical operations manager Gary Toombs explains how “the February 6th seism has significantly aggravated an already desperate situation.”

  • Syria


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