Ukraine Crisis: Help us deliver inclusive emergency aid.
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Help us deliver aid to Ukrainians displaced by conflict.

Right now, Humanity & Inclusion teams—including emergency response, rehabilitation and logistics specialists—are in Ukraine and surrounding countries responding to the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

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Ukraine Crisis - HI Operational Update (March 15, 2022)

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Humanity & Inclusion in Ukraine 

Since the start of a new large-scale conflict in Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, intensive bombing of the country’s major cities has resulted in multiple civilian casualties. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing violence inside the country or taking refuge in neighboring countries.

Humanity & Inclusion deployed sent a team to the region to perform a needs assessment and examine response options in support of displaced communities. The organization is calling for an immediate end to hostilities, and the protection of civilians and civilian infrastructure from the effects of war.  

Humanity & Inclusion previously worked in Ukraine from 2015 through 2017, offering rehabilitation care and promoting access to care for those constrained by conflict.

Prior conflict between government forces and independence movements starting in 2014 in Ukraine resulted in chronic insecurity in several of the country’s regions. The conflict was triggered by mass demonstrations in Kiev and other Ukrainian cities in late 2013, leading to the fall of President Yanukovych in February 2014. Fighting made it difficult for people with disabilities and others to access critical services. Parts of the country are heavily contaminated by landmines.


Our Past Work

Humanity & Inclusion had operations in Ukraine from 2015 through 2017, fostering a culture of dignity, access, and inclusion for ALL people with disabilities.

Read on to learn more about our past work in Ukraine, and consider investing in our future.

Rehabilitation

Humanity & Inclusion provided at-home rehabilitation care to limit the onset of complications from injuries or the functional limitations of older people or people with reduced mobility who had a difficult time accessing care services as a result of the conflict. We also built the capacities of health facilities and care staff and supplies rehabilitation equipment and mobility aids.

Inclusion

The organization worked with other agencies to make sure that people with disabilities and individuals living in situations of extreme hardship could access emergency health services.

Mine risk education

Between October 2015 and February 2016, with the support of UNICEF, Humanity & Inclusion provided risk education on mines and explosive remnants of war to children and teenagers living along the contact line between government forces and independence movements. 

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