Humanity & Inclusion ensures that people with the most acute needs receive essential goods during the war. Teams have delivered more than 3,700 hygiene kits across Ukraine.Read more
Humanity & Inclusion provides rehabilitation and psychosocial support training sessions to medical professionals at one of its partner centers in Ukraine, the Vinnytsia Medical Rehabilitation Center for children.Read more
Constant shelling in Ukraine has cost Misha his home, his job and the life he knew. At Humanity & Inclusion’s partner rehabilitation center, he found work and support. This is his story:
My name is Mykhailo, but you can call me Misha.Read more
Ukraine | Coordinating humanitarian logistics services with partner organizations to meet basic needs
Humanity & Inclusion provides logistics solutions in support of local and international organizations to deliver essential goods to people across Ukraine.Read more
Ukraine | Training medical professionals to provide artificial limbs and braces to injured civilians
Since February 2022 in Ukraine, there have been more than 17,000 civilian casualties, including over 10,000 people injured. Humanity & Inclusion’s experts are working to strengthen prosthetic and orthotic services across the country.
With war ongoing in Ukraine, people are at risk of conflict-related injuries from explosive weapons during an armed attack, collapsing buildings, or accidental contact with a landmine or explosive ordnance that may be left over from combat or set as a booby trap.Read more
After her worst fears came true, Irina was forced to leave her life in Ukraine behind. Today, she finds comfort in Humanity & Inclusion’s psychosocial support in Moldova.Read more
Gaëlle Smith, Humanity & Inclusion’s emergency rehabilitation specialist, was deployed to Ukraine to support the local teams. She shares her experience treating patients at a hospital in Dnipro.Read more
Like many Ukrainians, Nadezhda lives with compromised health conditions. After the war worsened her symptoms and displaced her from home, Humanity & Inclusion’s rehabilitation specialists helped relieve pain and restore her energy.Read more
Humanity & Inclusion logistics experts in Ukraine support Save the Children to deliver essential humanitarian goods to the bombarded city of Bakhmut.
In eastern Ukraine, accessing areas close to the front line of conflict is a key issue for humanitarian actors bringing aid for populations unable to flee the war.
With the support of the European Union and the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Humanity & Inclusion transports essential goods and supplies from the city of Dnipro to cities and towns located at the heart of the conflict, within 12 miles of the front line. The organization’s team of highly experienced project managers, logisticians, security experts and drivers offer safe, innovative and ethical logistics solutions to more than 20 partner organizations. The logistics platform operates within the framework of a global partnership with the organizations Bioport and RLH Coop.Read more