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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

New report on cluster munitions finds that 99% of victims are civilians 30/08/18

Released on 30th August, the 2018 Cluster Munition Monitor report reveals new attacks involving cluster munitions in 2017 in both Syria and Yemen. Shockingly 99% of these casualties were civilians and 65% of all new recorded casualties were in Syria. HI strongly condemns the use of these barbaric weapons and deplores the fact that in 2017 at least 289 people were killed or injured by cluster munitions in a total of eight countries and two territories. Although this figure is lower than in 2016, it remains unacceptable.

  • International

Lake Chad: Risk education to protect people from explosive weapons 14/08/18

After decades of armed conflict, the Lake Chad region remains littered with explosive remnants of war. HI puts up warning signs around hazardous areas and runs risk education sessions to protect local people from accidents.

  • Chad

HI opens first-ever inclusive playground in Bangladesh 01/08/18

With support from IKEA Foundation, Humanity & Inclusion constructed and opened its first-ever inclusive playground in Teknaf district, Bangladesh. Since opening day, the playground has become a place filled with children, with and without disabilities, playing and laughing together.

  • Bangladesh

Accelerating disability inclusion with human-centred design 18/07/18

Humanity & Inclusion is putting together an innovative global toolbox to help employers in low and middle-income countries create work spaces, tools, and work methods that are accessible for persons with disabilities.

  • United Kingdom
  • International

Torrential rain in Bangladesh: more than 9,000 Rohingya refugees affected 18/07/18

More than 9,000 Rohingya refugees have been affected by floods and landslides in Bangladesh since June. HI’s teams continue to assist affected populations.

  • Bangladesh

New partnership with Euromonitor International aims to save lives of thousands of women and babies in DR Congo 21/06/18

Humanity & Inclusion UK is proud to announce a new partnership with Euromonitor International.

  • United Kingdom
  • Democratic Republic of Congo

Invisible: Disabled people fleeing South Sudan violence tell of significant challenges in Uganda refugee camps 20/06/18

Renowned British photographer Giles Duley visited Omugo, Uganda, to document the stories of disabled refugees fleeing violence in South Sudan.

  • United Kingdom
  • South Sudan
  • Uganda

Blog: World Refugee Day – No refugee should be left behind 20/06/18

On World Refugee Day, Aleema Shivji, Executive Director of Humanity & Inclusion UK, calls for more action to ensure that disabled refugees can access the support services they need.

  • United Kingdom
  • International

Uganda: HI is reaching invisible refugees who are excluded from humanitarian aid 18/06/18

On World Refugee Day, Meryll Patois, Humanity & Inclusion's rehabilitation technical advisor and coordinator, talks about the situation facing South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.

  • South Sudan
  • Uganda