Thuy has a spinal cord injury and is paralyzed from the chest down.Read more
"Dig deep" for Syrian refugees
The report concludes with sets of specific recommendations for different stakeholders (states, donors and civil society, including organizations of people with disabilities), which have the potential to strengthen rehabilitation services and improve the health and wellbeing of millions around the world.
Pilot Testing of 3D Printing Technology for Transtibial Prosthesis in Complex Contexts (Togo, Madagascar, Syria) (2017)
The organization is involved in physical rehabilitation within complex contexts. From January-October 2016, HI carried out a pilot testing of 3D printing technology for transtibial prosthesis in Togo, Madagascar and Syria. This report offers its findings.
The disaster response environment in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake represented a complex healthcare challenge. This study was designed to identify challenges during the Haiti disaster response.
This literature review examines epidemiological studies reporting data on spinal cord injury survivors of the 2005 Kashmir earthquake in Pakistan, the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in China, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
The provision of wheeled mobility and positioning devices: Integrating wheelchair provision into rehabilitation systems: Focus on emergency contexts (2013)
This policy brief provides an introduction to integrating wheeled mobility and positioning device provision into rehabilitation work – with a focus on emergency contexts. Brief can be viewed here, with the full report forthcoming.
This guide describes the Sustainability Analysis Process (SAP), which aims to facilitate the development of a common vision of sustainability, using physical rehabilitation as a case study. View report here.
Detailed adapted physical activities are provided with practical guides, group sport guides and assessment tools in order to promote a more inclusive society through sports. View report here.
Impact of Rehabilitation Care on the Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Togo: Survey of 30 lower limb amputees (2009)
This report details a study on the impact of health-related rehabilitation as a contributor to social inclusion for people with disabilities in Togo. View report here.
Handicap International launched its largest ever emergency operation in Haiti in response to the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck on January 12, 2010.
It's difficult to describe the carnage that led seven-year-old Ammar and his family to flee Syria and take refuge in Jordan.Read more
On October 23, the new U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Michele Sison, visited Handicap International's rehabilitation project for people with disabilities at the Batticaloa Teaching Hospital.Read more
Denièse Isaac's disability appeared in 2006, when she woke one morning, tried to stand and found that her legs would not support her. The source of her disability remains a mystery, despite countless trips to the hospital. Since then, she has used a wheelchair.Read more
Terry Cagaanan is a 57-year-old widow and stroke victim, and is one of the many survivors of the flash flood brought about by Tropical Storm Washi.Read more
Chun Vanny was 24-years-old when he was forcibly recruited by the government army to fight against the last strongholds of the Khmer Rouge.Read more