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    Each year, many voluntary workers choose to devote their time, skills and energy to the organization. A vital driving-force behind our activities, they are offered a full and varied range of missions allowing everyone to discover the activity that suits them best. If you want to get involved and giving your time click here.

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The recruitment of expatriate staff is handled by Handicap International France.
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30 000 people killed or injured by explosive weapons in 2019
© P. Houliat / HI
Emergency Explosive weapons

30 000 people killed or injured by explosive weapons in 2019

HI partner organisation Action On Armed Violence (AOAV) releases figures on explosive violence casualties in 2019.

«I heard Moïse crying under the rubble...»
© Davide Preti/HI
Emergency Rehabilitation

«I heard Moïse crying under the rubble...»

Moïse was four years old when he lost his left leg in the earthquake that struck Haiti on 12 January 2010.

Haiti: 10 years after the earthquake
© Davide Preti/HI
Emergency Rehabilitation

Haiti: 10 years after the earthquake

Haiti has not been spared in the last 10 years. A devastating earthquake in 2010 followed by a powerful hurricane in 2016 has compounded serious political instability that continues to paralyse the country today. In 2010, HI deployed one of its largest humanitarian aid operations in Haiti. It still makes a major contribution today to strengthening the local physical rehabilitation network.