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Rehabilitation services urgently needed to avoid disability
© Ali Jadallah/Anadolu Agency/ AFP

Rehabilitation services urgently needed to avoid disability

Some 3,000 people were injured in demonstrations on the 14th and 15th May at the border between Gaza and Israel. Medical services in Gaza have been overwhelmed by the sudden arrival of large numbers of casualties. HI is ready to provide rehabilitation services to prevent patients from developing a permanent disability and to regain their mobility.

Gaza: Injured Palestinians need urgent physical rehabilitation
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Gaza: Injured Palestinians need urgent physical rehabilitation

The number of people seriously injured during protests in Gaza continues to rise. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has decided to extend its activity in Gaza and offer its expertise in emergency rehabilitation care to ensure that the injured have the best chance of recovery.

Nepal earthquake: inseparable Nirmala and Khendo
© Elise cartuyvels/HI

Nepal earthquake: inseparable Nirmala and Khendo

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.