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Reiza Dejito: mother and humanitarian worker

Reiza Dejito: mother and humanitarian worker 08/03/21

To mark International Women's Day, we talked to Reiza Dejito who works for Humanity & Inclusion (HI) in Nepal - just one of many strong women who are deeply committed to both their roles as mothers and professional careers in the humanitarian sector. Reiza has worked in countries affected by humanitarian crises for two decades.

Nepal

“I feel blessed to walk again" 02/03/21

Malik was just 13 years old when his home in Syria was bombed. From having his leg amputated to attending rehabilitation sessions and focusing on his mental health, the road to recovery has been long. Humanity & Inclusion's (HI) team in Jordan have supported Malik throughout this journey.

Jordan

Mohamad's Story: “I had a one-in-a-hundred chance of survival" 03/03/21

Mohamad is one of thousands of victims who have experienced the impact of bombing in populated areas. After an explosion hit near his home in 2012, he became paralysed from the waist down. This is Mohamad's story of how he has learned to rebuild his life with support from Humanity & Inclusion (HI).

Jordan | Syria

Ten years of conflict in Syria will take at least two generations to rebuild 26/02/21

After a decade of war, Syria has been contaminated by explosive remnants on a scale experts have never seen before. When the conflict ends, the complex work of clearing weapons and rebuilding the country will begin. Emmanuel Sauvage, Director of Armed Violence Reduction at Humanity & Inclusion (HI), tells us more.

Syria