Vladimir survived an explosion 05/11/22
Vladimir survived an explosion in Ukraine, but suffered severe burns. HI is supporting his recovery with rehabilitation exercises and care to facilitate proper healing.
Humanity & Inclusion rehabilitation specialists are working in Ukrainian hospitals to support burn and amputation patients in the ongoing conflict.
As a farmer, Fadimata relies on regular rainfall to provide for her 10-person household in Mali. Following recent changes in the environment, she is struggling to adapt.
After fleeing his home during armed attacks, doctor and cultural mediator Denys Byzov joined Humanity & Inclusion’s emergency response to support his fellow Ukranians.
The people of western Ukraine are facing growing needs. Humanity & Inclusion is assisting a refuge for children with multiple disabilities by strengthening its care services.
Four groups of students were recently recognized as winners of a storytelling video competition meant to promote disability inclusion in Laos.
Denys Byzov, a Kyiv resident and Humanity & Inclusion’s cultural mediator in Ukraine, shares his experience evacuating his family in armed conflict.
Centers in eastern Ukraine are providing shelter to vulnerable people displaced by the conflict. Humanity & Inclusion’s support is vital to address the critical needs of both residents and carers.
Caglar Tahiroglu, Humanity & Inclusion Emergency Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager in Ukraine explains the needs in mental health and psychological support.
Across Ukraine, Humanity & Inclusion is supporting displaced persons and hospitals where needs are greatest.
Interview with Caglar Tahiroglu, Humanity & Inlcusion Emergency Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager in Ukraine.
Reem Mansour is a physical therapist working for Humanity & Inclusion in Tripoli. She explains the importance of rehabilitation in post-war Libya.
Humanity & Inclusion supports the care of burn victims and amputees in Ukraine
Environmental changes and disability 04/05/22
The negative consequences of environmental and climate changes have a greater impact on vulnerable populations and persons with disabilities.
55-year old Amina comes from a long line of herders. Years of insufficient rainfall and climate change have put her work and family at risk, forcing them out of their home and way of life.