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.
Humanity & Inclusion teams continue to assist people affected by Super Typhoon Rai, which slammed into the Philippines on 16 December.
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.
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:
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).
Needs assessments across cyclone-affected regions of Madagascar reveal extensive damage. Humanity & Inclusion plans to supply distributions to families who have lost everything.
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.
As cyclone Batsirai tears its way across Madagascar, HI identifies safe and accessible shelter for the most vulnerable populations.
Humanity & Inclusion teams begin initial assessments after cyclone Batsirai makes landfall.
Cyclone Batsirai is expected to make landfall in Madagascar within hours. Humanity & Inclusion implements disaster preparedness projects in the country to protect the population.
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.
A dangerous tropical cyclone is quickly approaching Madagascar, threatening hundreds of thousands. Humanity & Inclusion teams in the country prepare for disaster.
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.