Ahmad is 10 years old. He was born with epilepsy and cerebral palsy. Humanity & Inclusion provides him with rehabilitation care and supports his inclusion in school.
For the first few years of her life, Christina hardly communicated at all. Today, thanks to Humanity & Inclusion, she is making very encouraging progress.
After the earthquake of 14 August 2021, Humanity & Inclusion reorganised its activities to respond to the emergency. A year later, the needs are still huge and our teams continue to assist thousands of survivors
After a Wednesday morning earthquake struck the Luzon region of the Philippines, Humanity & Inclusion reacted immediately to assess community needs.
Shelcia is a joyful, smart child. She loves going to school and playing with her best friends. She dreams of becoming a doctor.
Hilario is a sports teacher at Benfica Nova School in Mozambique and lives with a visual impairment. He has been trained by Humanity & Inclusion to carry out a whole range of inclusive educational activities.
Hawa is 14 years old. She lives in Fourkoulham, a camp for internally displaced people on Lake Chad. Born without a left foot, she is able to go back to school with her prosthesis provided by Humanity & Inclusion.
Rahmat is nine years old and lives in Mozampbique. She loves school. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion, she receives support tailored to her disability.
Imane is seven years old. She has a hearing impairment. Her family fled the war in Syria in 2018 and took refuge in Beirut, Lebanon. Humanity & Inclusion is supporting her.
Sundari, 11: “I want to be a doctor” 26/07/22
Sundari has an intellectual disability. With the support of Humanity & Inclusion in Nepal, she enrolled in a class adapted to her disability. She enjoys school.
On 19th July 2022, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) celebrates its 40th anniversary. We want to thank all our supporters who make our life-changing work possible every day!
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Among the millions displaced by violent warfare in Ukraine, older people are among the most vulnerable. HI teams are providing individual and group services to help them cope with distress.
Odile struggles to afford enough food for her son Nasolo, who is now facing malnutrition. HI's teams provide stimulation therapy to help him overcome the consequences.
HI uses play to help Sosiany develop 11/07/22
Sosiany’s growth and development have been delayed by severe malnutrition. HI's teams are using stimulation therapy and active play to help her avoid long-term consequences.
After consecutive cyclones devastated Madagascar, communities were left with nothing. For months, Humanity & Inclusion has been providing essentials to the most vulnerable people.