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In Canada

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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.

Field vacancies

The recruitment of expatriate staff is handled by Handicap International France.
Find out more on our job opportunities abroad

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Interview with Jean-Loup Gouot on the COVID-19 pandemic
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Health Protect vulnerable populations Supporting the Displaced Populations/Refugees

Interview with Jean-Loup Gouot on the COVID-19 pandemic

Jean-Loup Gouot, Director of Humanity & Inclusion (HI) in Bangladesh, talks about the impact of COVID-19 in the country and outlines the risks of this epidemic, particularly for Rohingya refugees.

HI adapts its action to combat COVID-19 and protect the most vulnerable
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Emergency Health Inclusion

HI adapts its action to combat COVID-19 and protect the most vulnerable

Our teams are making changes to the way they work in order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the field wherever possible. This includes reviewing their current response and implementing new projects 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.

COVID-19: Physical therapists help prevent the spread in vulnerable communities
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Health Protect vulnerable populations Rehabilitation

COVID-19: Physical therapists help prevent the spread in vulnerable communities

Humanity & Inclusion’s teams are making changes to the way they work and assisting at-risk populations in response to the global spread of COVID-19. This will include providing local people with accessible, stay healthy messages, and offering access to physical therapists via WhatsApp. Our emergency rehabilitation expert Pauline Falipou explains: