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Your favorite photos of 2019

Humanity & Inclusion supporters shared their love of so many of our incredible photos throughout the year. Here are the top 5! 

Fayaz stands tall and swings high


We love moments like this—when children with disabilities get to play their favorite sports! Fayaz, 5, lost both of his legs when a bomb exploded in India. Thanks to his new artificial legs from Humanity & Inclusion, Fayaz can run & play cricket with his friends.

Gaza's first accessible beach


Everyone should be able to enjoy the beach! Humanity & Inclusion's team made the first accessible beach for people with and without disabilities in Gaza. That way, everyone can catch some rays! 

Giving land back in Iraq


In 2018, Humanity & Inclusion's demining team in Iraq destroyed 200 explosive weapons of war. What happened next? They released 32 million sq. ft. of land back to a village whose economy is based on agriculture. A huge thanks to our incredible deminers for providing safety and peace of mind.

Standing tall in Bangladesh


Not only do Humanity & Inclusion physical therapists provide vital rehabilitation care, but they will go as far as building a makeshift standing frame so that Shumira, a young girl with cerebral palsy in Bangladesh, can stand tall. We love that Humanity & Inclusion staff truly go the extra mile! 

Removing remnants of war in Chad


Since last November, Humanity & Inclusion’s mine action team has cleared more than 400,000 square meters of land—the equivalent of 70 football fields—in northern Chad. The team has identified and destroyed 114 landmines and other explosive remnants of war.