Injuries caused by the huge blasts in Beirut that occurred on Tuesday include burns, fractures and amputations, in addition to thousands of minor and major wounds caused by shattered glass. 500 people are likely to need physical rehabilitation in order to recover.
Scenes of devastation following a huge explosion in Beirut leave no doubt as to the immediate and urgent needs of the more than 4,000 people injured. Humanity & Inclusion’s (HI) expert team already based in the country is ready to help those in need.
“By observing other children playing and by doing stimulation exercises, Zesmin has finally learnt to call us father and mother.” Zesmin’s parents, Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh, witnessed their daughter, a girl with Down syndrome who had difficulties moving and communicating, turn into a happy, energetic toddler. “We meticulously followed Humanity & Inclusion’s (HI) advice. With wonderful results.”
In Kenya, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is teaching the most vulnerable, including people with disabilities like Ms. Dhahobo, to protect themselves from COVID-19.
Nepal has not escaped the Covid-19 epidemic. As it is vital not to disrupt the care process, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has continued to provide rehabilitation care to people who need it, in accordance with strict hygiene measures.
In Kenya, in the Kakuma refugee camp, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is sensitizing children with disabilities to barrier gestures against COVID-19.
In Lomé, the capital of Togo, COVID-19 restrictions have made the lives of homeless people even more difficult to bear. Many are children and single mothers. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been organising outreach to provide them with assistance.
11 year-old Abd Alnor has been living with developmental delays and learning difficulties since birth. After fleeing Syria in 2013, his family was unable to find the specific care he needed until they met Humanity & Inclusion (HI) teams. A great help as refugees can have difficulties…
More than 140,000 people have been affected by Covid-19 in Pakistan. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is assisting the most vulnerable individuals, including Afghan refugees.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) works in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, where Covid-19 is spreading at an alarming rate.
Some 1.8 million Venezuelans have fled their country to live in Colombia. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) provides these vulnerable individuals and their host communities with emergency assistance.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) distributes food and sacks of flour to families during the confinement in Rwanda.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has responded to the COVID-19 epidemic in Rwanda by raising awareness of the virus, distributing masks and food, and adapting online courses for students.
One of the poorest countries in the world and already confronted by one of its worst humanitarian crises, the Central African Republic must now face the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s teams are working to ensure people with disabilities and vulnerable individuals at risk from exclusion are included in epidemic prevention actions.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has distributed food kits to more than 120 families in Bolivia