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“I looked at his leg and, deep down, I knew”

Abdel Rahman was caught in a bombing in Mosul last May, which led to the loss of his leg. He now lives with his family in Hasansham displaced people’s camp, where Handicap International (HI) provides him with rehabilitation care and psychological support.  

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Mohammad does rehabilitation exercises with Abdel Rahman | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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I’ve found 300 mines since I started my job
© Gilles Lordet / HI
Explosive weapons

I’ve found 300 mines since I started my job

Jason Mudingay Lufuluabo is head of HI's mine clearance operations in Chad. He tells us about his work and how he became a mine clearance expert.

HI is helping over 85,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
© Abir Abdullah/HI
Emergency Rehabilitation

HI is helping over 85,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Two years after the mass influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh, Humanity & Inclusion is still conducting emergency response work in the country.

Long term support for the victims of the war in Syria
© O. van den Broeck/HI
Emergency Rehabilitation

Long term support for the victims of the war in Syria

Humanity & Inclusion's teams are continuing their support for injured and traumatised Syrian refugees in Jordan, thanks to support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.