Every day, innocent people are killed and disabled by landmines and other explosive devices. In a second, their entire lives—not just their outfits—are altered or ruined forever.
The cost of a new _______
(item you want, but don’t really need)
can repair or save a life. Instead of adding more to your wardrobe, make a purchase that really matters.
Trendy Shirt psychosocial support for a family living through a crisis or natural disaster
Without psychosocial support now, trauma’s wrath continues to impact the lives of the injured and their families for years. That’s why our team of experts focuses on rehabilitating both the mind and body.
one year of physical therapy for someone with a conflict-inflicted disability.
Imagine having to re-learn the movement of your arm, or how to walk after an injury. This process tests a person’s strength on every level. Autonomy begins with healing, then reprogramming the body to recover and rebuild strength. With the proper physical therapy exercises, people with injuries can regain strength and get back to work, school, and daily life.
Designer Jeans a custom-fit wheelchair, providing mobility to someone in need
Victims of landmines and other exploded remnants of war deserve to live with dignity and independence. Humanity & Inclusion provides wheelchairs and other mobility devices to ensure that these individuals can forge their own paths forward after a traumatic event.
Humanity & Inclusion serves thousands of wonderful, innocent people who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
For 38 years, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been a strong global advocate for the landmine ban and active cleanup of landmines and other explosive weapons that harm too many innocent people every day. HI pushes hard against world leaders who use weapons that deliver deadly and disabling blows to civilians. In 1997, HI received a Nobel Peace Prize for our advocacy work passing the Mine Ban Treaty.
HI has teams all over the world who step in to help victims with disabilities recover their peace of mind and physical strength. Our staff are often by people’s sides as they take their first steps on new, artificial legs, or as they are integrated back into their communities.
HI walks a rigid line of independence and impartiality to ensure we can deliver aid in some of the world’s most dire conflicts and emergencies. We raise the voices of people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions, and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.