Humanity & Inclusion and its partners in Gaza have provided aid to more than 3,500 people since October 7.
More than 400,000 people with disabilities are encountering tremendous challenges to survive the horrors in Gaza.
Nose to the wind and eyes sparkling, the four dogs are training in the lush vegetation of Casamance. Soon, they will be clearing mines alongside Humanity & Inclusion’s teams.
Humanity & Inclusion's inclusive farm project in Sierra Leone enables participants to overcome the obstacles of everyday life and practice a sustainable, income-generating activity.
- Sierra Leone
Jeannette Uwimana, a young woman with hearing loss who was elected Miss Rwanda Innovation 2022, is Humanity & Inclusion's ambassador in Rwanda.
Thousands of refugees continue to arrive in eastern Chad after eight months of war in Sudan. This massive influx of people is presenting humanitarian workers with a host of logistical challenges.
Humanity & Inclusion is helping 87-year-old Moustafa, who fled the violence at the border of Israel and Lebanon.
Humanity & Inclusion will deliver more than 14,000 items including wheelchairs, mobility aids, first aid kits and hygiene items for people with disabilities and injuries in the Gaza Strip.
Gaza: Tahany escaped a bombing 12/20/23
Tahany is 53 years old. Her house was bombed and she was slightly injured. She remains shocked by the incident and all the violence.
Humanity & Inclusion and its partners have provided aid to more than 3,500 people since October 7 in Gaza.
On the Global Day of Action to call for a ceasefire in Gaza, Humanity & Inclusion mourns the tragic loss of its dedicated staff member, Nahla, and her four children.
Isabel Fanny's daughter, Carmen, has Down syndrome. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion's psychosocial support, she has learned to overcome challenges and support her child.
- Bolivia and Andean states
Humanity & Inclusion teams use interactive methods to raise awareness among young people of the dangers of explosive remnants of war.
Hani, who works for Humanity & Inclusion in Gaza, tells us his experience of this war.
In 2023, HI published a report highlighting the impact of climate change on people with disabilities in Nepal, one of the countries most exposed to the consequences of climate disasters.