After Haiti was hit by an earthquake on January 12th 2010, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) launched one the biggest emergency responses in its history. The organisation continues to provide support to people with disabilities today.
Moïse, who is 14 years old, lost his leg in 2010 when Haiti was struck by a powerful earthquake. With support from Humanity & Inclusion (HI), he has now been fitted with a prosthesis. He meets the HI team regularly to ensure regular adjustments can be made as he grows.
Photographer Giles Duley tells the incredible story of Kholoud, a woman he met in Lebanon on his first proper trip back to work after being injured, and how meeting her helped him get his own life back.
On International Day of People with Disabilities, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) reflects on 2020, a year which has put indescribable pressure on people with disabilities internationally. Going into 2021, HI will continue to put people with disabilities at the forefront of its work to ensure no one is left behind.
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