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HI continues to adapt its work in countries to protect the most vulnerable 08/04/20

Day after day, Humanity & Inclusion is adapting its work to help protect the most vulnerable from the rapid spread of the Covid-19 epidemic. Priority is being given to prevention messages and assisting the most fragile individuals, including the offer of psychosocial support.

  • Rwanda
  • Nepal
  • Togo
  • Bangladesh

HI and local relief teams working to fight COVID-19 in Madagascar 08/04/20

HI is adapting two of its projects in Madagascar to fight the spread of COVID-19. We are training local relief teams to protect people in the areas where we work. Our goal is to assist people with disabilities and vulnerable individuals.

  • Madagascar

Blog: COVID-19 - We must leave no one behind 02/04/20

Aleema Shivji, Executive Director of Humanity & Inclusion UK, explains the impact of COVID-19 on the most vulnerable people living in developing countries.

  • United Kingdom
  • International

HI adapts its actions to combat Covid-19 and protect the most vulnerable 01/04/20

Humanity & Inclusion teams are making changes to the way they work in order to slow the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic wherever possible. This includes reviewing their current actions and implementing new projects. The aim is to protect people from the virus and deal with the impact of the crisis, with a focus on people with disabilities, children, women, and isolated and older people.

  • International

HI adapts its operations to help with the Covid-19 pandemic 30/03/20

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads to countries already affected by poverty, conflict and natural disasters, HI is adapting its response to the health crisis.

  • International

Drawing on HI’s experience to help protect people most vulnerable to Covid-19 26/03/20

Humanity & Inclusion is assessing its scope for action and plans to use its expertise in emergency situations and its experience of past epidemic situations to protect the most vulnerable.

  • International

Including the most vulnerable in the fight against COVID-19 25/03/20

From Burkina Faso to Senegal to Pakistan, the list of countries affected by COVID-19 grows longer by the day. Present in more than 55 countries worldwide, Humanity & Inclusion is determined to continue assisting its beneficiaries while safeguarding the health of its teams.

  • International

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

HI teams engaged in the fight against Covid-19 19/03/20

Although Europe is now the epicentre of the Coronavirus pandemic, the virus continues to spill across continents and countries, causing widespread disarray. The number of affected people increases daily. Given this unprecedented and dramatic situation, Humanity & Inclusion is taking special measures to protect its teams, maintain its operational capabilities and continue assisting the most vulnerable people.

  • International

Supporter update: Our Coronavirus response 18/03/20

Information for our supporters about how Humanity & Inclusion is adapting in response to the Coronavirus.

  • United Kingdom
  • International

Diabetic Abdel gets his strength back after amputation 18/03/20

After losing his foot to diabetes, Abdel is slowly recovering his strength thanks to support from Humanity & Inclusion's teams.

  • Jordan

Being a child with a disability in a refugee family 18/03/20

11 year-old Abd Alnor has been affeced by developmental delays and learning difficulties since birth. After fleeing Syria in 2013, his family was unable to find the specific care he needed, until they met Humanity & Inclusion's teams.

  • Jordan

Fadi receives HI rehabilitation support after amputation 17/03/20

In 2016, Fadi was diagnosed a skin cancer on the right ankle. He has to be amputated below the knee. HI provided him with a prosthesis and rehabilitation support.

  • Jordan