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Victims of explosion in Beirut will need HI’s help.
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Emergency

Victims of explosion in Beirut will need HI’s help.

Scenes of devastation following a huge explosion in Beirut leave no doubt as to the immediate and urgent needs of the more than 4,000 people injured. Humanity & Inclusion’s (HI) expert team already based in the country is ready to help those in need.

Rohingya refugee children with disabilities shine with HI support
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Inclusion Supporting the Displaced Populations/Refugees

Rohingya refugee children with disabilities shine with HI support

“By observing other children playing and by doing stimulation exercises, Zesmin has finally learnt to call us father and mother.” Zesmin’s parents, Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh, witnessed their daughter, a girl with Down syndrome who had difficulties moving and communicating, turn into a happy, energetic toddler. “We meticulously followed Humanity & Inclusion’s (HI) advice. With wonderful results.”

Mrs. Dhahabo, a refugee with disabilities, won't let the virus beat her
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Prevention Rehabilitation

Mrs. Dhahabo, a refugee with disabilities, won't let the virus beat her

In Kenya, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is teaching the most vulnerable, including people with disabilities like Ms. Dhahobo, to protect themselves from COVID-19.