Humanity & Inclusion emergency rehabilitation specialist, Gaëlle Smith, explains the severity of blast injuries in Eastern Ukraine and the importance of early rehabilitation for recovery.
“I'm happy to be able to stand up” 06/14/22
Rashid fled Congo with his family in 2018. He has a disability and now lives in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, where Humanity & Inclusion has been supporting him.
Malnutrition prevented Pal from developing like other children his age. With Humanity & Inclusion's nutrition support and stimulation therapy, he can now sit, stand and walk on his own.
“I had never been to school” 06/03/22
In the Lake Province of Chad, insecurity has prevented thousands of children from attending school. Humanity & Inclusion works to improve their access to education, protection and psychosocial support.
28-year old Anna Bekh went home to visit family in Ukraine. When conflict arose two days later, she joined HI’s emergency response in her hometown.
Nisha Rai and Reshma Shrestha agree that love and patience are essential in understanding and supporting the learning needs of children with disabilities. The two women work as learning facilitators for the USAID-funded Reading for All program in Nepal.
HI distributes supply donations to conflict-affected families and provides logistics support to deliver humanitarian goods in active war zones.
In Kasaï-Central, Humanity & Inclusion is running agroecology projects to help communities cope with the threat of a food crisis.
- Democratic Republic of Congo
Life of people with disabilities in Yemen is desperate. Difficulties fleeing violence, accessing aid... Advocacy Advisor for Humanity & Inclusion,Yasmine Daelman explains the situation.
Humanity & Inclusion will work with communities in Ukraine to help them adopt conflict preparedness behaviors before, during and after armed attacks.
Some persons displaced by the war in Ukraine are beginning to return home, to cities contaminated by explosive ordnance. Humanity & Inclusion will prepare communities to identify hazards and adopt safe behaviors.
OpenTeleRehab was launched in Vietnam in early 2022: the software’s initial pilot phase is now over, and more than 100 professionals have been trained.
Rostyk, a physical therapy assistant with Humanity & Inclusion, is working to improve rehabilitation care in Ukraine.
With rising mental health and psychosocial support needs, the volunteer hotline allows affected populations in Ukraine to access services any time, from anywhere.
Zekia Musa Ahmed shares insight into her role as the WISH-HI Project Inclusion Assistant in South Sudan.
- South Sudan