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Haiti: 10 years after the earthquake

Haiti: 10 years after the earthquake 08/01/20

Haiti has not been spared in the last 10 years. The devastating earthquake in 2010, followed by a powerful hurricane in 2016, added to serious political instability that continues to paralyse the country today. In 2010, HI deployed one of its largest humanitarian aid operations in Haiti. It still makes a major contribution today to strengthening the local physical rehabilitation network.

Haiti

British physiotherapists tackle deadly measles outbreak in Samoa 09/01/20

In December 2019, the UK Emergency Medical Team (UKEMT), including three physiotherapists, travelled to Samoa to help save lives following a deadly outbreak of measles on the Pacific island. Funded by UK Aid, the UKEMT is the front line of the UK’s response to a humanitarian crisis overseas.

United Kingdom

HI goes the extra mile to bring rehabilitation to isolated areas of South Sudan 08/01/20

HI’s Flying Team travels to some of the most remote areas of South Sudan, meeting isolated communities and uncovering significant need for physical rehabilitation.

South Sudan

Climate Change: A major threat to the world’s most vulnerable 02/01/20

An increase in climate-related disasters is having a disproportionate impact on people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, putting HI's work under pressure.

Haiti | International