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Wilfreed is living his dream April, 26 2022

HI trains and encourages the next generation of rehabilitation professionals. After receiving support from HI, Wilfreed now works as a physiotherapist in Chad.

  • Chad

“I do not consider myself a victim” April, 25 2022

Denys Byzov, a Kyiv resident and HI’s cultural mediator in Ukraine, shares his experience evacuating his family in armed conflict.

  • Ukraine

Providing support where needs are the greatest April, 20 2022

Across Ukraine, HI is supporting displaced persons and hospitals where needs are greatest.

  • Ukraine

Refugees are in a state of shock. Many do not speak for days. April, 20 2022

Caglar Tahiroglu, HI Emergency Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager in Ukraine explains the needs in mental health and psychological support.

  • Ukraine

Assisting vulnerable people and their carers April, 20 2022

Refuges in eastern Ukraine are providing shelter to vulnerable people displaced by the conflict. HI’s support is vital to address the critical needs of both residents and carers.

  • Ukraine

"People have become refugees overnight" April, 20 2022

Interview with Caglar Tahiroglu, HI Emergency Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager

  • Ukraine

Madagascar: The humanitarian impact of climate change April, 12 2022

Increasing exposure to weather-related hazards creates significant need in Madagascar. HI develops adapted solutions

  • Madagascar

Helping rough sleepers to cope with Covid-19 April, 12 2022

Around 15,000 people are sleeping rough on the streets of Togo’s capital, Lomé. HI has been running a project to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Togo

HI trains health professionals in specialised physiotherapy April, 12 2022

HI is providing specialised physiotherapy training to staff caring for burns patients in Ukrainian hospitals.

  • Ukraine

Somaliland drought threatens pastoral communities April, 12 2022

55-year old Amina comes from a long line of herders. Years of insufficient rainfall and climate change have put her work and family at risk, forcing them out of their home and way of life.

  • Somaliland

HI cares for injured Ukrainians in armed conflict April, 12 2022

HI supports the care of burn victims and amputees in Ukraine

  • Ukraine

Environmental changes and disability April, 12 2022

The negative consequences of environmental and climate changes have a greater impact on vulnerable populations and persons with disabilities.

  • International

Aid distribution begins in Ukraine April, 12 2022

In Chernivtsi, a city in western Ukraine, HI is assisting host institutions for older people and people with disabilities displaced by the conflict.

  • Ukraine

How to provide rehabilitation care to cases presenting complications April, 12 2022

Reem Mansour is a physiotherapist working for HI in Tripoli. She explains the importance of rehabilitation in post-war Libya.

  • Libya

Testimony Ukraine EWIPA March, 24 2022

Jeremie, coordinator of HI programmes, describes the humanitarian emergency in western Ukraine.

  • Ukraine