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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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HI adapts its actions to combat Covid-19 and protect the most vulnerable
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Emergency Health Inclusion

HI adapts its actions to combat Covid-19 and protect the most vulnerable

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.

HI adapts its operations to help with the Covid-19 pandemic
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Emergency Health

HI adapts its operations to help with the Covid-19 pandemic

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

Drawing on HI’s experience to help protect people most vulnerable to Covid-19
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Emergency Health

Drawing on HI’s experience to help protect people most vulnerable to Covid-19

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.