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Humanity & Inclusion works across the world in countries affected by poverty, conflict, and disaster.

Sylvian Riccio, a member of our emergency team, meeting local representatives at the town hall in Guiuan to establish the needs in the area. Behind them, a list of casualties and missing people covers the walls. The south coast of Samar and Eastern Samar provinces in the Philippines were severely hit by Typhoon Haiyan.

A member of our emergency team meets local representatives in Guiuan to establish the needs in the area, which was severely hit by Typhoon Haiyan. Primary tabs | © Brice Blondel/HI

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Invisible: Disabled people fleeing South Sudan violence tell of significant challenges in Uganda refugee camps
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Invisible: Disabled people fleeing South Sudan violence tell of significant challenges in Uganda refugee camps

Renowned British photographer Giles Duley visited Omugo, Uganda, to document the stories of disabled refugees fleeing violence in South Sudan.

Blog: World Refugee Day – No refugee should be left behind
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Blog: World Refugee Day – No refugee should be left behind

On World Refugee Day, Aleema Shivji, Executive Director of Humanity & Inclusion UK, calls for more action to ensure that disabled refugees can access the support services they need.

Uganda: HI is reaching invisible refugees who are excluded from humanitarian aid
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Uganda: HI is reaching invisible refugees who are excluded from humanitarian aid

On World Refugee Day, Meryll Patois, Humanity & Inclusion's rehabilitation technical advisor and coordinator, talks about the situation facing South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.