A family stands along a field in Mozambique after receiving essential aid from HI
Mozambique

Your impact in pictures

Since Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique in mid-March, residents of Beira’s poorest municipalities have faced an uphill struggle to meet their daily needs—food, water, shelter, and health care. Thanks to support from USAID and our donors, Humanity & Inclusion is providing essential aid to the most vulnerable.

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Humanity & Inclusion in Mozambique

Humanity & Inclusion has been working in Mozambique since 1986, and is best known there for our work helping victims of landmines and other explosive ordnance left from the country’s civil war. We ran a large demining operation that wrapped up when the country declared itself mine free in 2015. Most recently, staff work to promote the rights and social participation of people with disabilities, support civil society to improve the social inclusion of people with disabilities, and prevent the development of disabilities.