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Explosion in Freetown: HI begins assisting victims November, 16 2021

More than one hundred people were killed in an explosion in Sierra Leone, on 5 November. After assessing needs in the field, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is moving on to the next stage of its actions in aid of the victims.

  • Sierra Leone

HI mobilises support after lethal explosion in Freetown November, 16 2021

More than one hundred people were killed when a fuel tanker hit a heavy goods lorry and exploded on 5th November in the district of Wellington in Freetown. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is working to assist the casualties.

  • Sierra Leone

Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction in the Philippines November, 3 2021

In the Philippines, frequent natural disasters have serious consequences for people with disabilities. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) works closely with affected communities to include vulnerable groups in disaster preparation and make their voices heard.

  • Philippines

HI provides logistical support to deliver humanitarian aid October, 20 2021

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has mobilized its teams to help the victims of the August 14th earthquake. The organization has already transported tons of material to support the most affected families.

  • Haiti

Reducing the impact of conflict October, 18 2021

Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s Armed Violence Reduction department supervises clearance, risk education, conflict transformation programs - activities that play a vital role in the reconstruction of countries after war.

  • International

Two months later: HI’s emergency earthquake response continues October, 15 2021

The earthquake that hit Haiti claimed thousands of lives and caused widespread desolation. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is actively responding and has already provided 1200 rehabilitation sessions to people injured.

  • Haiti

“Our goal is to minimise the impact of disasters” October, 13 2021

With natural disasters on the rise, Jennifer M'Vouama, Humanity & Inclusion's Disaster Risk Reduction Advocacy Officer, explains the need for inclusion in NGO responses.

  • International

Disaster Risk Reduction: a growing humanitarian need October, 8 2021

The frequency and intensity of disasters from natural hazards is steadily increasing. Research shows that vulnerable populations and low-income countries suffer the greatest consequences.

  • International

Women and girls with disabilities among most affected by Haiti earthquake October, 7 2021

Of the estimated 800,000 people affected by the earthquake in Haiti, women and girls with disabilities are among those most impacted. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is on-site working to ensure their needs are accounted for.

  • Haiti

Nepal: HI helping girls with disabilities access education October, 6 2021

Meet Rabina from Nepal. Rabina is a determined young woman who, with support from Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and the ENGAGE Project, now lives a more independent and dignified life.

  • Nepal

HI takes action to include children with cerebral palsy October, 5 2021

To mark World Cerebral Palsy Day on 6th October, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) highlights the importance of providing care and treatment to children born with this life-long condition.

  • International

Imminent famine in Madagascar: HI provides urgent aid October, 1 2021

Over 1 million people are facing severe food insecurity in southern Madagascar. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) teams are supporting families and malnourished children at risk. More than 1,000 households have already benefitted.

  • Madagascar

Helping families most vulnerable to COVID-19 October, 1 2021

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and partners have supported more than 10,000 people in coping with COVID-19. Despite the earthquake of August 14, HI continues to help the most vulnerable amid the pandemic.

  • Haiti

HI continues activities in Afghanistan September, 22 2021

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is steadily resuming its activities in four provinces - Herat, Kunduz, Kandahar and Nimroz. After more than 30 years of war, humanitarian needs in Afghanistan are immense.

  • Afghanistan

Haiti : One month after the quake September, 17 2021

One month after an earthquake wreaked havoc in southwest Haiti, humanitarian needs remain immense. The disaster caused over 2,000 deaths and put 650,000 people in need of vital support.

  • Haiti