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“I remember seeing my body riddled with shrapnel”

In April 2017, Raneen was injured in a bomb attack in Mosul. The leg fracture she sustained has still not healed. She is currently being treated in Hamdaniya hospital, where Handicap International (HI) is providing her with physiotherapy sessions.

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Raneen in her hospital room in Hamdaniya. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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Mozambique: Cyclone death toll tops 400, with many still isolated
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Emergency

Mozambique: Cyclone death toll tops 400, with many still isolated

Ten days after Cyclone Idai hit central Mozambique, communications with the town of Beira, where an HI team is weighing up its response to the disaster, remain unreliable.

Mozambique: HI Increases relief efforts to help vulnerable survivors
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Emergency

Mozambique: HI Increases relief efforts to help vulnerable survivors

Additional members of HI’s emergency teams will arrive to reinforce the team in Beira, Mozambique.

Table tennis champions Jack Hunter-Spivey and Ross Wilson become Ambassadors for Humanity & Inclusion UK
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Event

Table tennis champions Jack Hunter-Spivey and Ross Wilson become Ambassadors for Humanity & Inclusion UK

Paralympians Jack Hunter-Spivey and Ross Wilson have joined the Humanity & Inclusion UK family as our new Ambassadors. The two renowned table tennis players have reached the top of the game over the past eight years and will be supporting HI and our activities alongside people with disabilities living in places affected natural disaster, war and situations of severe poverty and exclusion.