What happens after the dust has settled? HI’s approach to emergencies and long term support 02/12/20
Federico Dessi, Humanity & Inclusion's Regional Director for the Middle East, answers questions about the different challenges that are faced when moving from emergency to long-term support. Thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery, HI has been supporting Syrian refugees in the region as the crisis heads towards a decade of displacement and destruction.
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HI is working with people with disabilities to mitigate disproportionate impact of COVID-19 30/11/20
December 3rd marks International Day of People with Disabilities. People with disbailities are often excluded from the rest of the society. This year, it is even more important to raise awareness on this day as the long-term impacts of COVID-19 threaten to exacerbate this exclusion for people with disabilities even further.
With Humanity & Inclusion’s support, Dicko has learnt the skills to install and repair solar panels to support his family.
Cluster munitions have been recently used in the Azerbaijan-Armenia war. Humanity & Inclusion's Armed Violence Reduction Specialist, Gary Toombs, explains why this weapon is banned.
Many children with disabilities have never been to school. Here are some examples of how Humanity and Inclusion (HI) is working to ensure primary schools become more inclusive for children with visual and hearing impairments.
HI assisting people affected by Typhoon Goni, the most powerful storm of 2020 in the Philippines 20/11/20
Humanity & Inclusion is helping the victims of Typhoon Goni in the Philippines by distributing temporary shelter kits and providing financial assistance.
Hurricane Iota, which made landfall in Central America on 17 November, caused considerable damage in the region - just two weeks after it was hit by another major hurricane. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) will send a team to Honduras at the earliest opportunity to assess the situation.
To coincide with International Day of Older Persons, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and its partners raised the awareness of more than 26,000 refugees in Rwanda on the importance of caring for older people.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has published a report on the difficulties children with disabilities face in accessing education in the world’s poorest countries. Valentina Pomatto, Inclusion Advocacy Officer for HI, explains the obstacles to inclusive education.
A Category 4 hurricane hit the coasts of Nicaragua and northern Honduras on Monday night, with potentially disastrous consequences for the populations of both countries. Humanity & Inclusion is particularly concerned about the threat to the most vulnerable people.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is distributing hygiene kits and raising the awareness of people living in the districts of Maputo and Matola.
Photographer Giles Duley tells the incredible story of Kholoud, a woman he met in Lebanon on his first proper trip back to work after being injured, and how meeting her helped him get his own life back.
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An HI team is preparing to travel to the areas worst affected by Typhoon Goni, which made landfall in the eastern Philippines on 1st November.
As part of its response to the Covid-19 crisis, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is providing support to Venezuelan refugees in Colombia, where one million people have been infected the virus. The impact of the epidemic has been dramatic.
HI adapts 3D printing technology to produce face visors for professionals on the front line in Uganda 27/10/20
In Uganda, HI has adapted 3D printing technology used for physical rehabilitation to produce protective face visors for health professionals on the front line.