In Cuba, Humanity & Inclusion is helping residents prepare for potential natural disasters and strengthen their autonomy and resilience. Dania has received support for her farm.
HI helps Hajar find more than a job 08/04/23
Hajar has a visual disability caused by a degenerative eye disease. She tells about her life in Morocco and how Humanity & Inclusion helped her find a job.
After a powerful earthquake struck Türkiye and Syria in February, Rema was trapped under the rubble of her home. Found alive after 30 hours, rescue workers had to amputate her leg. She shares her experience.
Salahedin is the director of Aqrabat Hospital, Humanity & Inclusion’s partner in northwest Syria. The hospital's staff has treated more than 1,500 earthquake survivors.
In Uganda, with funding from ECHO, Humanity & Inclusion is helping refugees who have experienced traumatic events to heal and improve their psychosocial well-being.
In Uganda, with funding from ECHO, Humanity & Inclusion is providing refugees who have experienced traumatic events with physical rehabilitation care and mental health support.
Inclusive education at HI 07/28/23
In 2022, Humanity & Inclusion launched 43 projects exclusively dedicated to inclusive education, particularly in Mali and Rwanda.
Michelle is a teenager with brittle bone disease. She came to Colombia looking for medical care. An adapted wheelchair has helped her pursue her dreams.
Super Typhoon Doksuri slammed the northern Philippines on Wednesday, July 26, killing at least 5 people and displacing nearly 27,000. Humanity & Inclusion is assessing the situation.
13 years after the trial of “Comrade Duch,” the Khmer Rouge torturer convicted of crimes against humanity, a former child soldier turned deminer tells his story.
Economic inclusion at HI 07/25/23
In 2022, Humanity & Inclusion operated 75 projects on economic inclusion, including in Niger and Madagascar.
Vadim spent the winter hiding in a cellar in Bakhmut, where the deadliest battle of the war in Ukraine was waged. He developed severe frostbite in his legs, requiring amputations.
Souleymane, who has a visual disability, is studying with adapted teaching materials supplied by Humanity & Inclusion. When he grows up, he dreams of becoming a teacher and making schools more inclusive.
Fatima Ahmed Arj, 20, was paralyzed from the waist down after her family’s apartment in west Mosul was hit by an airstrike in March 2017, causing damage to her spine.
Due to malnutrition, 2-year-old Yacouba had lost the ability to walk. Humanity & Inclusion's stimulation therapy sessions have made him more independent, much to the delight of his whole family.