Humanity & Inclusion will attend the International Meeting of Mine Action National Directors and United Nations Advisers on June 22-23, 2023, in Geneva, Switzerland.
Azima and her son, Mohamed, are participating in Humanity & Inclusion's stimulation therapy sessions in Safo, Niger. As a result of this support, the little boy can finally sit up and walk on his own.
With the ENSEMBLE project and the support of the Togolese government, Humanity & Inclusion is implementing actions to promote sexual and reproductive health, particularly among women and young people.
Simon Njenga tells us about his day-to-day work as a pediatric rehabilitation officer at the Kakuma rehabilitation center in Kenya.
Despite Marie's best efforts, her son had a serious health problem: malnutrition. Humanity & Inclusion came to their aid.
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Aziza, Omot and Khalid keep their businesses thriving after the Covid-19 crisis with financial assistance from Humanity & Inclusion and the Mastercard Foundation.
Israa, 6, was seriously injured in the earthquake that rocked Syria on Feb. 6. Physical therapists and mental health specialists have helped her recover.
Mouch fled from South Sudan to Ethiopia to escape the war. After arriving in the refugee camp, his left leg was amputated due to an infection. Now supported by Humanity & Inclusion, Mouch tells his story.
In Niger, Humanity & Inclusion helps young women with disabilities find employment. Badariya, a talented seamstress, is an apprentice turned trainer.
Mahamat* is 13 years old. After fleeing his village after attacks by armed groups, he is now living in a camp for displaced people in Kousseri, on the shores of Lake Chad.
Un Sonita, known as Nita, was born with clubfoot. When she was just a baby, she started treatment at Humanity & Inclusion’s Kampong Cham rehabilitation center in Cambodia. Nita has now made a complete recovery!
Torrential rain and violent hailstorms: extreme weather events are a threat to people like Ali, 76, who lost his home and his harvest in 2021. HI provided him with an emergency shelter.
Olga Savchenko, explosive ordnance risk education project manager and Kaitlin Hodge, armed violence reduction specialist in Ukraine, explain how Humanity & Inclusion is raising the population’s awareness of the dangers linked to explosive devices and bombings.
Mahamadou is 13 years old and lives in Niger. He dreams of becoming a doctor and saving lives. HI is supporting him so that he can go to school in good conditions and fulfill his dreams.
Cyclone Mocha hit Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday, 14 May. Our teams are currently assessing the damage and needs in Cox's Bazar refugee camps.