Over a million people in Ethiopia are suffering in the midst of a violent crisis. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) teams arrive to provide aid and support to those most affected.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) launched its weapons clearance operations in Laos in June 1996. Twenty-five years on, it continues to help decontaminate the country.
The Covid-19 epidemic has plunged Nepal into a public health disaster. One of the poorest nations in Asia, it does not have the resources to cope. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) stands ready to assist the most vulnerable people.
Last March, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) finalized its two-year drone experimentation in Northern Chad with its partners Mobility Robotics and FlyingLabs Côte d’Ivoire.
Testimony of Jérémy Mouton, Humanity & Inclusion (HI)'s Emergency Watch and Preparedness Officer, in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Russian President Putin and US President Biden will meet on Wednesday 16 June in Geneva. HI reminds that Russia and the US are among the main perpetrators of civilian harm caused by airstrikes.
More than 170 members of 4 national parliaments call on governments to make a firm and concrete commitment to the fight against the bombing in populated areas.
Kotime and her mother are lionesses. With help from Humanity & Inclusion (HI), they have braved disability, war, exodus and rejection by their family to fight for a better life.
Malyun, now 18, grew up in Somalia. At the age of five, she was playing with her friends in a field near her home when she swallowed an unknown metal fragment. She immediately fell to the ground. When her father came to her aid, he tried to hold her hand to make her stand, but her legs would not hold. The family sought medical treatment in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, but all treatments failed. They were then sent to Kenya for further specialist treatment. It was on arrival at the hospital that Malyun was diagnosed with lower limb paralysis.
Kassim Mohammed, 14, is a Somali refugee living in Dagahaley camp in Daadab, Kenya. His daily life is not always easy, but Kassim also faces a different situation from other refugees his age, as he is visually impaired and has a disability in one leg! Despite this, Kassim shows determination and goes to school every day, where he is now in grade 7.
Imani, 29, lives with her mother and five siblings in Kakuma refugee camp in northern Kenya. Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, she had to flee the country because of numerous raids against her tribe. Unfortunately, during her journey she was involved in a traffic accident that caused a spinal cord injury, paralyzing both her legs.
When she was 23, Zawadi was seriously injured in a traffic accident in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, causing permanent disabilities. Although Zawadi has not walked since, she has regained her independence with the support of Humanity & Inclusion (HI), and in a different country she now calls home. However, her journey has not been without its challenges.
Covid-19 has hit the world, but its impact has been felt most acutely by those in vulnerable situations. Kenya has not escaped the pandemic and its refugee populations in the Dadaap and Kakuma camps have had to show resilience to overcome the new challenges that have emerged.
Over 1 million people face starvation in Madagascar. Humanity & Inclusion (HI) launches aid program in support of families and malnourished children at risk.
170 million people worldwide have been infected by COVID-19. Vaccination is key to tackle the crisis.