When disaster strikes, no one should be excluded from aid.
Typhoon Mangkhut has struck the Philippines, causing damage to communities and crops, and endangering lives and livelihoods.
You can ensure that people with disabilities and the most vulnerable receive the support and aid they need in the days and weeks to come.
Humanity & Inclusion has worked in the Philippines since 1985, providing aid and support to survivors of disaster and running disaster-risk reduction programs to help people with disabilities prepare for future disasters. We are co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for our work to ban landmines, the 1996 Nansen Prize for our work with refugees, and the 2011 Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the world’s largest humanitarian prize, for our work in Haiti after the earthquake.
*Any funds raised beyond the needs of our emergency response in the Philippines will be used to support other vital programs in the country and around the world.
None of the funds donated through this website will benefit activities in the following countries: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, the Crimea Region, or Syria. Humanity & Inclusion does not have programs in all of these countries.