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Donate in memory of a loved one

At a time of great sadness, you can choose to celebrate the life of a loved one by leaving a gift in their memory to Humanity & Inclusion UK, or by asking for donations to be made as an alternative to flowers at a funeral.

Noor, who has been paralysed in his right arm since he was born, during a rehabilitation session in Azraq refugee camp, Jordan.

Noor, who has been paralysed in his right arm since he was born, during a rehabilitation session in Azraq refugee camp, Jordan. | © Frederik Buyckx/HI

By helping us bring long-term change to disabled people, a lasting gift will be remembered long after flowers and cards have faded.

You may consider setting up a dedicated JustGiving page in memory of your loved one. These are simple to set up and use, can be personalised and allow your friends and family to leave you messages. All the money raised on your page will go directly to Humanity & Inclusion UK.

If you would like advice about in-memoriam donations please call and speak to our Supporter Care team on 0870 774 3737 or email supportercare.uk[at]hi.org

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New humanitarian standards launched for inclusion of older people and people with disabilities
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Completion of demining operations in DRC
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Explosive weapons

Completion of demining operations in DRC

HI has completed its demining operations in the Tshopo, Ituri, Bas-Uele and Haut-Uele provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), launched in January 2016. Over a two-year period, HI and its local partner, AFRILAM (Africa for Anti-Mine Action) cleared 34,520 m2 of land of mines, the equivalent of 5 football pitches, benefiting the 5,600 inhabitants in the region.