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Handicap International Canada's submission to the International Assistance Review

Emergency Explosive weapons Health Inclusion Prevention Rehabilitation Rights

July 29, 2016. Handicap International is an international not-for-profit organisation with over 30 years of experience implementing humanitarian assistance and development programs around the world. It has been active in Canada since 2003. This consultation process provides a welcome opportunity to reflect upon Canada’s role in addressing some of the most urgent issues in the fields of development and humanitarian assistance today. We hope that our contributions will impact positively on the outcomes of this significant initiative.

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Nepal | © Tim Dirven / Handicap International

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The international agreement on bombing in populated areas is finalised
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Explosive weapons

The international agreement on bombing in populated areas is finalised

States have agreed on a final version of an international agreement on explosive weapons in populated areas.
 “I 'm happy to be able to stand up.”
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Health Rehabilitation

“I 'm happy to be able to stand up.”

Rashid fled Congo with his family in 2018. He now lives in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, where HI has treated his impairment.
Supporting growth in malnourished children: Pal’s story
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Rehabilitation

Supporting growth in malnourished children: Pal’s story

Malnutrition prevented Pal from developing like other children his age. With HI’s nutrition support and stimulation therapy, he can now sit, stand and walk on his own.