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Nepal earthquake: inseparable Nirmala and Khendo

Nepal earthquake: inseparable Nirmala and Khendo April, 19 2018

On 25 April 2015, Nepal was hit by a violent earthquake. Hundreds of kilometres apart, Nirmala and Khendo were both buried under the rubble. Rushed to hospital, they each had a leg amputated. This is where they met, attended rehabilitation sessions with HI’s physiotherapists, and learned to walk. Three years on, they are almost never apart and even go to school together. Their dream? To dance again.

Nepal

“When I grow up I’m going to fly” July, 12 2018

Saiful is 7 years old. He lives in the Rohingya registered refugee camp in Kutupalong, southern Bangladesh. Due to a congenital malformation, he lost his right leg when he was two years old. With support from Handicap International, he has been fitted with an artificial limb and can now walk and attend school.  He loves playing with his friends and dreams of becoming a pilot one day.

Bangladesh

Humanity & Inclusion appoints a new Federal Chairperson June, 27 2018

On Saturday 16 June, HI's Federal Board of Trustees elected Jean-Noël Dargnies as its new Chairperson. After a career in industry and higher education, he is taking over from Jacques Tassi, whose third term as Chairperson ended on Saturday.

International

Gunshot injury: a traumatising experience June, 15 2018

Ahmed is 15. Injured in his right thigh just above the knee during a demonstration on the border between Gaza and Israel, he is currently care managed by an HI team. He will begin rehabilitation sessions once his wound has healed. He also needs psychological support.

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