In Raqqa, HI has been conducting underwater operations to locate, identify and remove explosive weapons. Thanks to these operations, the inhabitants now have access to drinking water again.
Growing coffee on land free of mines 05/10/23
It took 10 years for Justiniano, a farmer in Colombia, to feel safe when walking on and cultivating his land. Thanks to HI’s demining operations, his coffee plantation is now flourishing.
Ayham has been receiving psychological and rehabilitation care from HI and its partners since the earthquake that hit Syria and Turkey on February 6.
Mohammed, Taim, Hosain are three of the young survivors receiving psychological support from HI’s partners after the deadly February earthquake in northwest Syria. These are their stories.
Up to 300,000 Sudanese are expected to cross the border and will need humanitarian assistance. HI is prepared to aid refugees and host communities. Donors are urged to prevent disaster.
Sandesh was only a teenager when he lost both of his legs in the earthquake that hit Nepal in 2015. Since then, HI teams have been supporting him as he rebuilds his life.
Artificial limbs and braces, wheelchairs, physical and functional therapy… Every year, HI provides rehabilitation services to more than 1,500 patients at the Kampong Cham center.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the determination of Muamba Nkinda Jean Pierre and the support of HI are the perfect combination for this community facing a food crisis.
- Democratic Republic of Congo
In Mali, drought and conflict are ravaging the region and threatening the population’s food security. HI is helping women farmers to improve their harvests.
In Mali, drought and conflict are ravaging the region and threatening the population’s food security. In Léré, HI is supporting poor households to gain financial independence.
More than a year after U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan and the Taliban seized control, Humanity & Inclusion's teams continue to work with civilians injured in conflict.
Abd al-Rahman lost several members of his family in the earthquake on February 6 and he himself seriously injured. Two months later, he is still in one of HI’s partner hospitals in northwest Syria.
Élisabeth, an HI community liaison agent, intervenes before, during and after the work of the demining teams. Her role is essential to ensuring the security of operations and the trust of the community.
Manju was born in Dadeldhura, a hilly district in far west Nepal. Her foot and toes on her lower right leg were not fully grown, which prohibited her from walking. Things were so difficult for Manju that she couldn’t even attend infant school like other children.
Thwol, 60, had her leg amputated several years ago following complications from diabetes. At the Kalobeyei settlement in Kenya, Humanity & Inclusion offers her rehabilitation, an artificial limb and psychosocial support.