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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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Haitian earthquake victim Moïse is back on the football pitch
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Emergency Rehabilitation

Haitian earthquake victim Moïse is back on the football pitch

Moïse, 15, lost his leg in 2010, when Haiti was struck by a powerful earthquake. With support from Humanity & Inclusion (HI), he has now been fitted with a prosthesis and benefits from regular adjustments.

Haiti: 11 years on, HI continues to ensure access to rehabilitation services for the most vulnerable
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Emergency Rehabilitation

Haiti: 11 years on, HI continues to ensure access to rehabilitation services for the most vulnerable

After Haiti was hit by an earthquake on 12 January 2010, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) launched one the biggest emergency responses in its history. The organisation continues to provide support to the most vulnerable people today.

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, HI continues to support disabled people
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Inclusion

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, HI continues to support disabled people

The COVID-19 crisis hasn’t stopped Humanity & Inclusion (HI) from providing people with disabilities with personalized follow-up.