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“We need to live”

Last year, Jihan was severely burned when she was hit by a bombing in Mosul. A month ago, she fled the city with her family and took refuge in Hasansham camp, in Iraqi Kurdistan. One of Handicap International’s teams met with Jihan and suggested she take part in a physiotherapy session to learn some daily exercises, in order to ease her condition.

Jihan in her family’s tent. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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Kuch's life blighted by a tragic motorcycle accident
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Rehabilitation

Kuch's life blighted by a tragic motorcycle accident

A cheeky young lad, Kuch isn’t afraid to show his pride. And he has every right to! After losing his right leg in a motorcycle accident, this determined little boy quickly learned to walk again with a prosthesis made for him by Humanity & Inclusion (HI) .

HI’s teams work to protect people from Covid-19
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Health Prevention

HI’s teams work to protect people from Covid-19

Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s teams are setting up hygiene clubs and raising awareness on the airwaves to take the fight against Covid-19 to schools and communities, and particularly people with disabilities.

HI leads emergency response for Rohingya refugees affected by fire in Bangladesh
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Emergency Supporting the Displaced Populations/Refugees

HI leads emergency response for Rohingya refugees affected by fire in Bangladesh

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.