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Mawada’s happiness comes first

Mawada, 6, has cerebral palsy. Last November, she and her family fled Mosul and took refuge in Khazer camp. Handicap International have given the little girl a walking frame and the organisation provided her with physiotherapy sessions.

Nader provides Mawada with physiotherapy care. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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South Sudan: HI’s emergency mobile teams assist displaced people
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Inclusion Rehabilitation

South Sudan: HI’s emergency mobile teams assist displaced people

HI has deployed emergency mobile teams to provide rehabilitation and psychosocial support to vulnerable displaced people in conflict-affected areas of South Sudan.

Protecting civilians from explosive weapons in populated areas
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Explosive weapons

Protecting civilians from explosive weapons in populated areas

Last Monday in Geneva, more than 70 States met for the second round of negotiations for a political declaration against the use of explosive weapons in urban areas. HI was there to remind them of the urgency of protecting civilians.        

Laos: two cluster munition survivors tell their stories
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Explosive weapons

Laos: two cluster munition survivors tell their stories

Thirty years apart, two inhabitants of the same village in Laos were injured by submunitions. They tell us about their experiences.