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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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New humanitarian standards launched for inclusion of older people and people with disabilities
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Emergency Inclusion

New humanitarian standards launched for inclusion of older people and people with disabilities

A new set of inclusion standards that provide humanitarian organisations with guidance to ensure older people and people with disabilities are not marginalised in emergency responses has been launched on 7th February.

Completion of demining operations in DRC
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Explosive weapons

Completion of demining operations in DRC

HI has completed its demining operations in the Tshopo, Ituri, Bas-Uele and Haut-Uele provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), launched in January 2016. Over a two-year period, HI and its local partner, AFRILAM (Africa for Anti-Mine Action) cleared 34,520 m2 of land of mines, the equivalent of 5 football pitches, benefiting the 5,600 inhabitants in the region.

Handicap International becomes Humanity & Inclusion
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Event Inclusion Rights

Handicap International becomes Humanity & Inclusion

Introducing our new brand and answering your questions about the changes.