Nujeen Mustafa, who has used a wheelchair since childhood, fled Aleppo with her family after constant bombing. She's now a refugee living in Germany.
March 15, 2021 marks 10 years of conflict in Syria. Major cities and civilian infrastructure have been destroyed. Explosive weapons contaminate land and put civilians at constant risk of losing life or limb. 11 million Syrians are in need of humanitarian aid.
This is Nujeen's story.
Humanity & Inclusion and the Syria crisis
Since the organization began its response to the Syria crisis in 2012, Humanity & Inclusion has helped 1.8 million Syrians in six countries through emergency rehabilitation, psychological support, and supplying prosthetics and other assistive devices. As of December 2020, Humanity & Inclusion provided 14,000 prosthetics or orthotics to Syrians and conducted rehabilitation sessions with 180,000 people. Learn more about our work and the Syria crisis.