As violence rages in Gaza, the number of injured people is soaring. Many are at risk of permanent disability.
Cleared land for Laotian people 02/23/24
Vannaly is 25 years old. She is a member of the HI Laos demining team and tells us about her experience.
Tamara, 5, has cerebral palsy. Thanks to therapy to help her with her nutrition, attention and speech, the little girl is becoming more confident.
- Bolivia and Andean states
At least 1.4 million people have been affected and more than 411,000 have been forced to flee due to massive flooding in several regions of Mindanao Island, in the south of the Philippines.
Two years after the invasion by Russia, Humanity & Inclusion is seeing an increase in the health needs of at-risk populations, particularly those living near the front line in the East of Ukraine.
Caregivers, people with disabilities, and displaced people in Ukraine are receiving hygiene kits from Humanity & Inclusion's teams. These necessities are distributed daily to support those most affected by the war.
In Ukrainian villages cut off by the war, such as Velyka Komyshuvakha in the Kharkiv region, Humanity & Inclusion is raising awareness of the risks posed by explosive remnants of war.
Suzan’s life was turned upside down by the earthquakes that struck Syria and Turkey in February 2023. Humanity & Inclusion and its partners helped her get through.
Sondus was 8 years old when earthquakes struck Syria and Turkey in February 2023. A traumatic experience for this little girl who was badly injured and lost a sister and her mother. Humanity & Inclusion and its partners have been supporting her.
After an earthquake hit northwest Syria in February 2023, 12-year-old Rawan remained trapped under rubble for 6 hours. Her legs were crushed.
Colette is 42 years old. At the age of 11, her right arm was amputated. Now, Colette teaches English and is committed to raising her students’ awareness of disability issues.
Survivors of the powerful earthquakes that hit Syria in February 2023 are still receiving rehabilitation and psychological support from Humanity & Inclusion's partners.
Medic supports deminers in Laos 01/29/24
Daovy has been a medic in Laos for 20 years. She tells us about her career and her experience with deminers and local residents.
Omo has been trained in farming techniques and business management by Humanity & Inclusion's inclusive farm project in Sierra Leone. As a result, her family's living conditions have improved.
- Sierra Leone
Good news roundup: January 2024 01/25/24
Good news in January at HI: mental health in Ukraine, inclusive development in Niger and Burkina Faso, sexual & reproductive health in South Sudan and rehabilitation in Eastern Chad.
- South Sudan
- Burkina Faso