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Surviving a bombing is a miracle 17/01/22

Anfal is a mental health worker with Humanity & Inclusion in Iraq. She used to live in Mosul, which was bombed in 2017. Anfal and her family survived an airstrike that hit their house. 

  • Iraq

Covid-19: Survey shows unequal access to vaccines for people with disabilities in Laos 05/01/22

Humanity & Inclusion is working to reduce the impact of Covid-19 in Laos and recently published a survey on the obstacles to vaccination faced by people with disabilities.

  • Laos

Typhoon Rai: HI launches initial relief operations 23/12/21

Humanity & Inclusion is preparing to launch its emergency relief operations in the Philippines in aid of vulnerable people in the wake of the devastation caused by Typhoon Rai.

  • Philippines

HI identifies immediate needs after super typhoon RAI 21/12/21

After a devastating typhoon affected over 1 million people in the Philippines, Humanity & Inclusion sends emergency teams to determine the most urgent needs and response.

  • Philippines

HI’s three approaches to greener assistive devices 21/12/21

When creating prosthetic and orthotic devices, Humanity & Inclusion uses alternative, innovative solutions to limit negative environmental impacts.

  • International

Super-typhoon Rai in the Philippines: huge damages 20/12/21

Typhoon Rai caused significant material damages across the middle of the Philippines. An emergency team from Humanity & Inclusion is in one of the hardest-hit areas to identify the needs.

  • Philippines

HI is alongside victims of typhoon Rai in the Philippines 20/12/21

Humanity & Inclusion launches mission to evaluate the impact of devastating cyclone Rai on affected populations.

  • Philippines

Super Typhoon Rai: HI ready to take action 18/12/21

An exceptionally intense typhoon passed through the centre of the Philippine archipelago on Thursday. Humanity & Inclusion’s teams in the country are preparing to move into the affected areas.

  • Philippines

HI celebrates 24 years since Nobel Peace Prize 07/12/21

On 10 December 1997, Humanity & Inclusion was co-awarded the Nobel Peace Prize as a member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. Twenty-four years on, the fight to protect civilians continues.

  • International

HI fights to end Gender-Based Violence in Bolivia 06/12/21

Violence against women is an international problem, with devastating consequences. In Bolivia, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) acts to reduce risks and protect women with disabilities.

  • Bolivia and Andean states

Demining activities bring hope back to Colombia 06/12/21

Five years after the end of the Colombian armed conflict, tens of thousands of landmines are still threatening people's lives. More and more women are taking on the task of removing them.

  • Colombia

2022 Global Disability Summit: HI calls for more inclusion 06/12/21

The Global Disability Summit will be held from 15 to 17 February 2022 to advance the rights of people with disabilities. Humanity & Inclusion is calling on States to commit to a more inclusive world.

  • International

Lebanon: 1 million square meters cleared by HI over 10 years 06/12/21

The Lebanese authorities officially hand over lands cleared by Humanity & Inclusion (HI) to residents in Northern Lebanon on December 8. Head of the HI clearance operations, Mohamad Kaakour, explains HI’s work.

  • Lebanon

"Please don't forget Afghanistan in this difficult time" 22/11/21

Mohammad Rasool is base coordinator for Humanity & Inclusion in Afghanistan, managing our work in Kandahar and Nimroz provinces where our teams are providing rehabilitation and psychosocial support. In this interview, Mohammad describes the situation on the ground at the moment.

  • Afghanistan

Sierra Leone: HI makes schools accessible to children with disabilities 22/11/21

Fatmata, 15,  has motor speech difficulties and uses a wheelchair due to a physical impairment. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion's intervention, a lot of adaptation work has been done to Fatmata's school to make it accessible to children with disabilities.

  • Sierra Leone