URGENT: Deliver aid to survivors of Middle East earthquakes.

The Next Step

Help us prepare for what comes next

Humanity & Inclusion has been working alongside children and adults with disabilities, as well as survivors of conflict and natural disaster, day in and day out, for almost 40 years.  

Every day, thousands of our global neighbors set out on their paths toward an independent future. You can help them prepare for whatever comes next: Clear the next minefield. Brace for the next storm. Open the next inclusive classroom.  

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The Next Disaster

"The walls swayed back and forth and I started to run. I knew immediately that it was an earthquake."
— Oscar, Haiti

The rate of natural disaster occurrence is five times higher today than it was 50 years ago.

Bolster emergency response

The Next Student  

"Many people with disabilities in our community are still deprived of their rights and the support they need to gain their independence. They need access to education, which can be life-changing for them."
— Rabina, Nepal

32 million children with disabilities are not enrolled in school worldwide.

Promote inclusive education

The Next Landmine

"I didn’t know what it was. It was an accident. I picked it up with my right hand, then my left hand, and it exploded."
— Jemerson, Colombia

More than half of the world's countries are contaminated by explosive remnants of war, including landmines and cluster munitions.

Support mine action

The Next Entrepreneur

"I earn an income from my sewing skills, which helps my family."
— Srey Nuch, Cambodia

Through inclusive livelihood projects, people with disabilities learn new skills and start their own businesses.

Invest in small business owners

The Next Innovation

"I never imagined I would be able to walk for more than a mile! I can go to the hospital on my own. I participate in community meetings and my voice is heard."
— Hakim, Uganda

3D printing technology makes artificial limbs and braces more accessible.

Advance technology