Humanity & Inclusion (HI)'s teams intervened to help the victims of the fire that broke out in Cox Bazar, in a Rohingya refugee camp, on March 22.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI)'s logistics and rehabilitation services are assisting the most vulnerable people in CAR amid rising tensions.
For several days, Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s teams have been working to guide and assist vulnerable populations - pregnant women, older people, people with disabilities, and children - displaced by recent fighting in Palma, northern Mozambique. They urgently need access to water, food and shelter.
On the evening of 24 March 2021, a terrible fire burnt down the shanty town of Susan's Bay, in Freetown, capital city of Sierra Leone. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is providing psychological support to the victims.
A major blaze ripped through the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh on 22 March. More than 40,000 people were directly affected and lost their shelter. Eleven people died and over 550 were injured, according to initial reports. Humanity & Inclusion’s (HI) teams have been deployed to assist the most vulnerable.
Abdullah is 12. In December 2019, he was seriously injured in an air strike as he played outside with his friends. After doctors amputated his leg, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) helped him through his ordeal.
Mohamad is one of thousands of Syrian bombing victims. Paralysed from the waist down after an explosion in 2012, he has learned to live again, with help from Humanity & Inclusion (HI).
After a decade of war, Syria has been completely contaminated by explosive remnants on a scale experts have never seen before. When the conflict ends, the complex work of clearing weapons and rebuilding the country will begin. Emmanuel Sauvage, Director of Armed Violence Reduction at Humanity & Inclusion (HI), tells us more.
Salam was picking olives in the field at her home in Syria in 2015. She found a strange piece of metal, a small bomb. She was just 5 years old.
To mark International Women's Day, we talked to Reiza Dejito. A strong woman who is deeply committed to both her family and her role at Humanity & Inclusion (HI), she has worked in countries affected by humanitarian crises for two decades.
Since meeting Humanity & Inclusion's (HI) mobile team in the region of Herat, 14-year-old Safa has covered a lot of ground.
Humanity & inclusion (HI) is using telemedicine and 3D printing to provide physical rehabilitation services for refugees. This work not only helps to improve mobility, it restores hope!
For many years, Mahnaz lost the use of her legs. Then she met Humanity & Inclusion (HI). Now this determined little girl is getting back on her feet again.
Seriously injured in an air strike on his home, Juma, 14, suffered brain damage and is now quadriplegic. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is assisting him and helping him regain his independence.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s teams came to the assistance of the victims of a fire that destroyed more than 500 shelters in the Nayarapa refugee camp in Bangladesh on 14 January 2021.