After a decade of conflict, mistrust is still prevalent in communities in the Central African Republic. To recreate safe spaces, Humanity & Inclusion has been reaching out to these communities to organize collective activities.
- Central African Republic
Humanity & Inclusion's underwater mine clearance experts have cleared part of the Euphrates River, clearing the way for a bridge that is important for the economy of Raqqa to be rebuilt.
On October 7 and 11, two 6.3 magnitude earthquakes hit Afghanistan’s Herat province. Humanity & Inclusion has been working in the country since 1987 and is now working alongside its partners to help the survivors.
The recent attacks by Hamas and retaliation by Israel are having a devastating impact on civilians. At least 1,300 people have lost their lives in Israel, and 1,400 in Gaza. Humanity & Inclusion, present in Palestine since 1996, is preparing an emergency response.
Mohamed lives in Amizmiz, close to the epicenter of the earthquake that hit Morocco. He talks about how solidarity is helping to meet the challenges of this crisis.
Following its decision in July to supply Ukraine with cluster munitions, the Biden Administration will send a second transfer of these weapons, which are banned by the Oslo Convention.
Kanha, who survived an explosive remnant of war as a child, lives in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Now a dressmaker, Humanity & Inclusion is helping her to resume her studies and become a specialist in orthopedic braces and artificial limbs.
Alawneh and Mohammed have three children. Their youngest, Ameer, has Down syndrome. They want him to live like any other child.
Alia takes care of her husband, Mohammed, who uses a wheelchair. She tells us about her experience as a caregiver.
400,000 people have crossed the border into Chad to escape the fighting in Sudan. Many people with gunshot wounds are in need of medical, surgical and rehabilitation care.
Abed lost both of his legs in a mine accident in 2018 in Syria. Access to Humanity & Inclusion's rehabilitation services has changed his life.
Near Raqqa, Syria, Humanity & Inclusion’s clearance team has cleaned up piles of sulfur, a chemical used to produce explosive devices.
Mario Rui Monteiro is a young man from Mozambique. He used to be bullied at school. Through Humanity & inclusion's inclusive education actions, he has made friends and can pursue his dreams of becoming a lawyer.
Both of Abderamane’s legs were amputated after a wound became seriously infected. With the support of Humanity & Inclusion, and thanks to his own determination, he now has hope for the future.
- Central African Republic
Bamboo grows naturally in about 20 of the countries in which Humanity & Inclusion works. A historic symbol of our operations, bamboo is regularly used by our teams, particularly in Asia.