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Indonesia: Coming to the aid of tsunami victims 03/10/18

A tsunami struck the centre of the Indonesian region of Sulawesi a few days ago, killing more than 1,200 people. As HI’s teams prepare to help its victims, Pauline Falipou, one of HI’s emergency physiotherapists, who provided assistance in the wake of the earthquake in Nepal in 2015, explains the rehabilitation needs of people in this type of emergency.

  • Indonesia

Indonesia: supporting tsunami victims 01/10/18

Following the tsunami that struck the centre of the Sulawesi region of Indonesia a few days ago, killing more than 800 people, HI is mobilising its teams to identify the needs of victims. With the support of local partners, the organisation will carry out an assessment in Sulawesi.

  • Indonesia

Philippines: HI distributes clearance kits to typhoon-affected population 01/10/18

Typhoon Mangkhut, which struck the Philippines on the night of 14th September, affected more than one million people. As part of its relief effort, HI is helping people affected by the storm clear debris from roads.

  • Philippines

One year on, almost one million Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh 26/09/18

Since August 2017, more than 700,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar for Cox's Bazaar in Bangladesh, where Humanity & Inclusion is providing assistance to more than 30,000 people.

  • Bangladesh

Help protect civilians: Humanity & Inclusion appeals to 4,500 politicians 21/09/18

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is calling on 4,500 politicians to demand an end to the bombing of populated areas, an almost systematic practice in present-day conflicts. 

  • United Kingdom

"I'm a living manifestation of possibility": HI ambassador Eddie Ndopu 19/09/18

Eddie Ndopu, the new ambassador of Humanity & Inclusion UK, talks to the Guardian Development podcast 'Small Changes' about his dream to break down stigma around disability.

  • United Kingdom
  • International

1 in 5 Syrian refugees has a disability, new survey reveals 19/09/18

A new study by HI and iMMAP shows that much more can be done to ensure the inclusion of people with disabilities in humanitarian responses.

  • United Kingdom
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon

Typhoon Mangkhut: "We’ve lost nearly half of our crops" 18/09/18

HI emergency workers have arrived in the northern Philippines to assess the needs of people affected by typhoon Mangkhut and to prepare for a possible emergency response.

  • Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut: HI travels to worst-affected areas 16/09/18

Super Typhoon Mangkhut, which made landfall in the northern Philippines early on Saturday 15th September, has killed dozens of people and affected more than 4 million others. An HI assessment team will arrive in areas worst hit by the disaster on Monday to identify the needs of affected people. 

  • Philippines

Philippines: protecting the victims of typhoon Mangkhut 15/09/18

HI’s teams are preparing to set out for the northern Philippines where they plan to assist people affected by Mangkhut. The super typhoon, which made landfall last night, has already claimed its first victims.

  • Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut: preparing for the long-term consequences 15/09/18

Typhoon Mangkhut threatens to cause serious damage when it makes landfall in the Philippines. Below, three victims of the previous typhoon Haiyan recall how they coped with the tragedy.

  • Philippines

EWIPA talks in Geneva: HI calls for a greater focus on supporting victims 14/09/18

This week in Geneva, HI has been participating in talks on minimising the humanitarian impact of explosive weapons in populated areas. 

  • International

Philippines: HI teams prepare for Typhoon Mangkhut 13/09/18

Humanity & Inclusion's teams are preparing for the aftermath of super typhoon Mangkhut, which is set to make landfall in the Philippines during the night of Friday 14th to Saturday 15th September. Thousands of people are likely to be affected by the storm.

  • Philippines

Hit by a bullet, first responder volunteer Zena loses her sight 12/09/18

During the demonstrations in Gaza, Zena gave first aid to the injured. Until she was hit by a bullet herself. Having lost the use of one eye, it’s Zena who now needs help. HI is providing her with care and psychological support.

  • Palestine

Six HI superheroes take part in UK’s only disability triathlon 04/09/18

In August six amazing HI fundraisers took part in the UK's only disability triathlon.

  • United Kingdom