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Good news of February 2024

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Good news in February at HI: demining in Senegal, inclusive development in Venezuela, post-emergency rehabilitation in Morocco and advocacy in the Philippines.

Portrait of Luz Abril standing beside her new mill.

Luz Abril and her new mill. | © M. Campos / HI

15 new members join Senegal’s demining team

A new cohort of people trained by HI has joined the ranks of humanitarian deminers in Senegal: 4 men and 11 women, committed and determined, putting their courage and perseverance to work to assist the communities. Bravo!

Morocco: post-earthquake rehabilitation is a success!

A few months after the earthquake that struck Morocco, the needs are still great. With the help of mobile units, HI is working alongside its partners to support communities where lives have been shattered. Teams of physical therapists and mental health workers visit injured and isolated people, listen to them and ensure the continuity of care.

Venezuela: a sugarcane mill for Luz

Luz Abril lives in Apure, Venezuela. Her family produces cane molasses from the juice obtained from grinding sugar cane. Thanks to their new mill, they will be able to increase their production. An initiative that is helping to boost the economy of the family and the whole community!

In the Philippines, a voice for people with disabilities

Around 50 people with disabilities, supported by HI, have officially created their own association in Mother Kabuntalan, a small village in the south of the Philippines. They aim to protect people with disabilities from the climate hazards that frequently affect their region.

Date published: 02/26/24


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