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HI teams supporting child development in Jordan 10/01/19

HI's mobile teams in Jordan identify children with disabilities and refer them to medical centres where they can access the services they need.

  • Jordan

Haiti Earthquake: 9 years on, HI continues to ensure access to rehabilitation services for the most vulnerable 09/01/19

Since the huge earthquake hit Haiti on 12th January 2010, Humanity & Inclusion has continued to work alongside the victims and provide assistance, in particular high quality rehabilitation services.

  • Haiti

"Working with children is my passion" 03/01/19

Sina works as an occupational therapist at the Basma hospital rehabilitation centre in Jordan. Since HI set up a specialist paediatric unit for neurological disorders, she has been working with children with cerebral palsy.

  • Jordan

"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

Latin America says Stop Bombing Civilians 10/12/18

The Regional Conference on Protecting Civilians from the Use of Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas organized by HI, in Santiago, Chile, ended on 6 December. 23 States adopted the Santiago Communiqué expressing concern over the devastating impact on civilians of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas. Well done HI Advocacy team!

  • International

Help us restore hope this Christmas 05/12/18

Eight-year-old Sondos was left injured and traumatised by a bombing in Syria. Please support Humanity & Inclusion's urgent Christmas appeal and give the gift of hope to an injured child.

  • United Kingdom

Latin and Central America against the bombing of populated areas 05/12/18

On 5th and 6th December 2018, Humanity & Inclusion will organise a regional conference in Santiago, the capital of Chile, on protecting civilians from bombing. Twenty-six governments and some thirty civil society organisations and international NGOs will attend. The organisation hopes to raise awareness of this crucial issue and encourage States to take a stand against the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.

  • International

Indonesia: HI assisting earthquake and tsunami victims 03/12/18

Humanity & Inclusion, in partnership with IFI, is assisting people affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Sulawesi province in Indonesia on 28th September.

 

  • Indonesia

Cluster munitions investments in free-fall 03/12/18

According to the report Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions: A Shared Responsibility released on 3rd December by the non-governmental organisation PAX, investments in cluster munitions have fallen by two thirds since the last report in May 2017.

  • International

HI calls for assistance for mine victims 29/11/18

Humanity & Inclusion is attending the Meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty from 26th - 30th November 2018 in Geneva. The organisation is calling on governments to support assistance for landmine victims whose needs have increased dramatically in recent years.

  • International

Tawergha, Libya: Humanity & Inclusion teams are making safe a city contaminated by missiles, rockets and bombs 28/11/18

A few kilometres south of Misrata in Libya, Tawergha has been a ghost town since it was hit by intense fighting in 2011. Humanity & Inclusion teams are taking action.

  • Libya

This #GivingTuesday, help make land safe for future generations 26/11/18

This #GivingTuesday, Humanity & Inclusion UK is launching a special appeal to make land safe for future generations. Find out how you can join us.

  • United Kingdom

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

Syria crisis: Our biggest expense is medicine 22/11/18

At the start of the war in Syria, Hussein and his family left their home town to take refuge in Jordan. In the last few years, he has suffered from a series of medical complications. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion's partnership with a local rehabilitation centre, the arthritis he suffers from in his knee is now managed by a team of physiotherapists.

  • Jordan

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