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Millions at risk of being left behind in Ukraine invasion 03/07/22
Violent attacks continue to intensify across Ukraine, forcing millions to flee. Among the last to evacuate and most at-risk are people with disabilities and vulnerable populations.
“All women with disabilities should know how to say no when they have to” 03/07/22
On International Women's Day, Dieynaba Diallo from Senegal tells us about her career raising awareness of the rights of women with disabilities and her determination to build an inclusive society.
Wilfreed is living his dream 03/04/22
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) trains and encourages the next generation of rehabilitation professionals. After receiving support from HI, Wilfreed now works as a physical therapist in Chad.
A better future for Joc, wounded by a submunition when 15 03/04/22
When Joc was 5 years old, he was hit by a cluster munition while he was fishing. His life changed forever.
“Where a man can run an association, so can a woman” 03/03/22
Khadidiatou Ba shares her experience as a woman with a disability and how she uses her voice to build community for a better future.
“Empowering women to end violence” 03/03/22
On International Women's Day, Awa Siré Touré from Ziguinchor, Senegal, tells us about her fight for the empowerment of women with disabilities, alongside Humanity & Inclusion's teams.
700,000 people have fled bombing in Ukraine 03/02/22
Since February 24, 2022 which marked the beginning of a large-scale military conflict in Ukraine, cities across the country have been the target of devastating weapons strikes.
"I am proud to contribute to solving the problem of contamination in Laos." 03/02/22
Lamngueun joined Humanity & Inclusion in 2006 as an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) expert. Today, she manages an 8-person clearance team. She shares with us her experience:
Longini takes his first steps on new artificial limbs 03/01/22
For 18 months, Longini was unable to walk; he had outgrown his artificial limbs and Covid-19 lockdowns prevented him from getting new ones. If he was going to get back on track, Longini needed replacements as soon as possible.
Cyclone Emnati has lasting impact on Madagascar 02/24/22
The immediate impact of Cyclone Emnati remains uncertain, but the long-term consequences will be significant. HI supports affected families recovering from back-to-back cyclones.
Cyclone Emnati: Madagascar’s nightmare continues 02/21/22
Madagascar prepares for another intense tropical cyclone, Emnati, to make landfall Tuesday. HI accompanies targeted communities in their preparations and recovery.
Sign language: a mother tongue to Deaf children 02/19/22
On International Mother Tongue Day (February 21), let's recognize Nepali Sign Language as the mother tongue for thousands of Deaf people who mainly communicate through Sign language.
“The most intense cyclone season I have seen” 02/18/22
Right after the devastating passage of cyclone Batsirai, Madagascar prepares for a new storm: Emnati. HI teams are doubling down on their emergency response efforts before it makes landfall.