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Nirmala lost her right leg in the devastating earthquake in Nepal. A year later she has learnt to walk again with Handicap International's support. Here she is at Boudhanath temple.

Nirmala lost her right leg in the devastating earthquake in Nepal. A year later she has learnt to walk again with Handicap International's support. Here she is at Boudhanath temple. | © Lucas Veuve/Handicap International

Every Step Counts

Donations to our Every Step Counts appeal were matched by the UK government from 18th April to 18th July 2016. This opportunity has now ended, but you can still donate to support disabled and injured people!

Please donate today

Your gift today could go towards providing artificial limbs, walking aids and physiotherapy to disabled children like Nirmala. Your donation will go to countries where we provide disabled people with essential rehabilitation care, including Nepal, Jordan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thank you.

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Caught in an horrific bombing, Nora is supported by HI teams in Yemen
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Explosive weapons Rehabilitation

Caught in an horrific bombing, Nora is supported by HI teams in Yemen

Nora was seriously injured by a missile that fell outside the entrance to Al-Thawra Hospital in Al-Hudaydah, Yemen, as she arrived by bus with friends. She is being supported by Humanity & Inclusion's teams.

Half a tonne of weapons and bombs destroyed in Tawergha, Libya
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Explosive weapons

Half a tonne of weapons and bombs destroyed in Tawergha, Libya

Since November 2018, Humanity & Inclusion's six weapons specialists have removed 150 explosive devices from the streets of Tawergha, a city south of Misrata, Libya. Team leader Simon Elmont tells us more about the organisation’s work.

Safaa, 2, starts to walk again thanks to rehabilitation care
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Health Rehabilitation

Safaa, 2, starts to walk again thanks to rehabilitation care

In Jordan, Humanity & Inclusion has helped 450 children with disabilities or developmental delay since July 2017. The parents of two-year-old Safaa, who has cerebral palsy, are among those who have benefited from its expertise.