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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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International Women's Day: Women with disabilities almost ten times more likely to experience sexual violence
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Prevention Rights

International Women's Day: Women with disabilities almost ten times more likely to experience sexual violence

On 8th March, International Women's Day, HI is calling attention to the fact that more than one in three women experience violence in their lifetime, and women with disabilities are particularly at risk. HI's work aims to prevent violence and provide women with psychological and medical support.

Tune in to see HI's demining work in Laos featured on BBC1
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Explosive weapons

Tune in to see HI's demining work in Laos featured on BBC1

The BBC recently visited Humanity & Inclusion’s team in Laos to film our incredible deminers! Tune in to watch Earth’s Natural Wonders on BBC1 at 9pm on Wednesday 7th March.

Humanity & Inclusion condemns the unending bombardment of besieged Eastern Ghouta Emergency Explosive weapons

Humanity & Inclusion condemns the unending bombardment of besieged Eastern Ghouta

The extreme escalation of bombardment in the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta in the past 48 hours has caused more than 200 civilian deaths and extensive damage to infrastructure – particularly hospitals, clinics and shelters where civilians are taking refuge. 390,000 civilians are besieged under heavy shelling, airstrikes and barrel bomb attacks in the enclave of Eastern Ghouta, with dwindling water, food and medical supplies.