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Philippines: HI helps survivors of Typhoon Rai rebuild their lives 02/17/22
Humanity & Inclusion teams continue to assist people affected by Super Typhoon Rai, which slammed into the Philippines on 16 December.
Sisters share experiences as refugees with disabilities in Lebanon 02/17/22
Sidra and Marwa are from Syria, they are sister and found refuge in a camp near Beirut, Lebanon. They both have a disability, which create daily challenges for them. They received physical therapy care from Humanity & Inclusion.
“I exercised hard to walk with prostheses. They really changed my life.” 02/15/22
Hashim was hit by a mortar in Syria. Doctors had to amputate both of his legs. He was 18. He now lives in Jordan. Hashim shares his story with us:
Yemen: “I am shocked by the diversity of the contamination.” 02/14/22
After 7 years of war, Yemen is heavily contaminated by explosive remnants of war including improvised explosive devices. Humanity & Inclusion will soon launch a campaign to raise awareness within population on the danger of these weapons. Interview with Douglas Kalima, Humanity & Inclusion Risk Education Expert in Yemen.
Sandip’s story of determination 02/11/22
After losing his leg in a road accident, Sandip was fitted with an artificial limb with support from HI and its partners. This brave teenager is now preparing to confront the challenges ahead.
Global Disability Summit: More support needed for grassroots organizations of persons with disabilities 02/10/22
The Global Disability Summit can be a very important lever for persons with disabilities if their voices are raised and amplified. Victor Rescober, Vice President of the Philippine Blind Union, one of Humanity & Inclusion's organizational partners, explains why it is essential to support community-based organizations of persons with disabilities (OPDs).
Madagascar: Casualties from cyclone Batsirai continue to rise 02/10/22
Needs assessments across cyclone-affected regions of Madagascar reveal extensive damage. Humanity & Inclusion plans to supply distributions to families who have lost everything.
Madagascar: The extent of Batsirai’s damage 02/07/22
On 5th and 6th February, cyclone Batsirai tore across Madagascar, devastating communities along the way. In the aftermath, Humanity & Inclusion is assessing the damage and needs of the most vulnerable.
Protecting the most vulnerable from cyclone Batsirai 02/06/22
As cyclone Batsirai tears its way across Madagascar, HI identifies safe and accessible shelter for the most vulnerable populations.
Cyclone Batsirai advances across Madagascar 02/06/22
Humanity & Inclusion teams begin initial assessments after cyclone Batsirai makes landfall.
Helping the most vulnerable stay safe 02/04/22
Cyclone Batsirai is expected to make landfall in Madagascar within hours. Humanity & Inclusion implements disaster preparedness projects in the country to protect the population.
“We’re preparing for the worst before the cyclone hits” 02/03/22
HI’s teams in Madagascar are preparing for the arrival of cyclone Batsirai, which is expected to make landfall on Friday night. Its intensity poses a grave danger to the most vulnerable people.
Cyclone BATSIRAI puts over 500,000 people at risk 02/03/22
A dangerous tropical cyclone is quickly approaching Madagascar, threatening hundreds of thousands. Humanity & Inclusion teams in the country prepare for disaster.
The fight against landmines is not over 02/01/22
Enacted 25 years ago, the Mine Ban Treaty has been a major step forward in international humanitarian law. But there is a long way to go to eradicate landmines.
Mobile units in Haiti: HI reaches out to isolated patients 01/31/22
In Haiti, some earthquake survivors are struggling to access the services they need. Mobile units allow those services to come to them.