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“I just want to live in safety”

Salah was hit by schrapnel during a bombing in Mosul, last March. His eight year old daughter died the same day. Salah now lives with the rest of his family in a displaced people’s camp, where he receives regular visits from Handicap International (HI).

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Salah outside his tent in Hasansham camp. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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The woman who destroys bombs: HI deminer featured on BBC
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Explosive weapons

The woman who destroys bombs: HI deminer featured on BBC

Humanity & Inclusion’s demining team in Laos was recently featured in Earth’s Natural Wonders on BBC1. You can watch our teams in action below!

International Women's Day: Women with disabilities almost ten times more likely to experience sexual violence
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International Women's Day: Women with disabilities almost ten times more likely to experience sexual violence

On 8th March, International Women's Day, HI is calling attention to the fact that more than one in three women experience violence in their lifetime, and women with disabilities are particularly at risk. HI's work aims to prevent violence and provide women with psychological and medical support.

Tune in to see HI's demining work in Laos featured on BBC1
© Philippa Poussereau/HI
Explosive weapons

Tune in to see HI's demining work in Laos featured on BBC1

The BBC recently visited Humanity & Inclusion’s team in Laos to film our incredible deminers! Tune in to watch Earth’s Natural Wonders on BBC1 at 9pm on Wednesday 7th March.