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Fatehia walks again thanks to HI’s teams 23/03/20

Eight-year-old Fatehia was seriously injured in a bombing raid on her village in northern Yemen. She now receives medical and psychological support from HI.

  • Yemen

Heba learns to walk with a prosthesis 23/03/20

Heba is a 13-year-old girl. Her home in Sa'dah, Yemen, was struck by an airstrike last year. She suffered a serious leg wound and her leg had to be amputated.

  • Yemen

Ameen: "Now I can walk, I want to go back to university" 23/03/20

Ameen, 19, was the victim of an explosion in Hodeidah, Yemen. He was injured in his right leg, just above the knee. Humanity & Inclusion supplied him with a prosthesis and helped him walk again.

  • Yemen

Mirror therapy helps Abdulrahman on his path to recovery 08/01/20

Following a bombardment in North Yemen, Abdulrahman had a right arm fracture with vascular injuries which lead to gangrene. His arm was amputated. HI is supporting him.

  • Yemen

“The war has made people withdraw into themselves" 16/10/19

Suad Al-Qadri works as a psychosocial support counsellor for HI in Sana'a, Yemen. She describes the mental condition of the patients assisted by HI and the impact of bombing on the psychological health of the city's inhabitants. 

  • Yemen

Yeminis are exhausted by four years of war 23/09/19

HI has been providing rehabilitation care and psychosocial support in eight health facilities in Sana'a since 2015 and in one of Aden's main hospitals since last July. Maud Bellon, HI’s head of mission, tells us about the unacceptable situation now facing civilians.  

  • Yemen

Blog: More proof that a small group of campaigners can change the world 01/07/19

Aleema Shivji, Executive Director of Humanity & Inclusion UK, explains how recent events bring us one step closer to protecting civilians caught in armed conflict.

  • United Kingdom
  • International
  • Yemen

"I want to be a doctor and help people with disabilities" 15/04/19

Anwar is 9 years old. Four years ago, as his family was fleeing the bombing in Sana'a, Yemen, his leg was hit by a shard of metal and had to be amputated a few hours later.

  • Yemen

Yasser: losing everything at 12 19/03/19

Yasser, 12, was at home finishing his school work, as he did every night. Suddenly, a bomb struck his home and the explosion tore off his leg. Tragically hisfather was killed. Supported by Humanity & Inclusion Yasser is now fighting to rebuild his life. 

  • Yemen

Yemen: Updates from our rehabilitation teams 10/03/19

A series of updates from Maud Bellon, director of HI in Yemen, describing the daily work of our rehabilitation teams in Sana'a.

  • Yemen

Caught in an horrific bombing, Nora is supported by HI teams in Yemen 17/01/19

Nora was seriously injured by a missile that fell outside the entrance to Al-Thawra Hospital in Al-Hudaydah, Yemen, as she arrived by bus with friends. She is being supported by Humanity & Inclusion's teams.

  • Yemen

"The mine threw me up into the air and ripped my leg off" 03/01/19

Raja, from Yemen, is 13 years old. She was looking after the sheep in the mountains when she trod on a mine which exploded and threw her into the air.  Her leg was ripped off.

  • Yemen

Yemen: "A rocket blew up not far from me" 22/11/18

Twelve-year-old Zakarya is the eighth child of a poor family who live in a small village in northern Yemen. His life changed dramatically when he was injured in a rocket attack and doctors had to amputate his left leg.

  • Yemen

Yemen: Repairing minds and bodies 22/11/18

17-year-old Salim was injured in a bombing while working in a grocery store near Hudaydah in Yemen. His leg had to be amputated and he was left shocked and anxious. Humanity & Inclusion teams have supported him with rehabilitation care and psychological support.

  • Yemen

Yemen: Reducing the risk of disability 19/11/18

The conflict in Yemen is about to enter its fifth year. Wave upon wave of casualties continue to arrive in the country’s health facilities. Humanity & Inclusion teams are working tirelessly to support injured people and reduce the risk of permanent disabilities.

 

  • Yemen