Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has deployed emergency mobile teams to provide rehabilitation and psychosocial support to vulnerable displaced people in conflict-affected areas.
Last Monday in Geneva, more than 70 States met for the second round of negotiations for a political declaration against the use of explosive weapons in urban areas. HI was there to recall the urgency of protecting civilians.
The Trump Administration announced a deadly landmine policy shift
HI is assessing needs of Volcano Taal victims (Philippines) and plans to launch an emergency response.
In Laos, HI continues its interventions to eliminate the threat and reduce the humanitarian and socio-economic risk that the explosive remnants of war still pose to the country's populations today.
HI partner organisation Action On Armed Violence (AOAV) releases figures on explosive violence casualties in 2019.
Moïse was four years old when he lost his left leg in the earthquake that struck Haiti on 12 January 2010.
Haiti has not been spared in the last 10 years. A devastating earthquake in 2010 followed by a powerful hurricane in 2016 has compounded serious political instability that continues to paralyse the country today. In 2010, HI deployed one of its largest humanitarian aid operations in Haiti. It still makes a major contribution today to strengthening the local physical rehabilitation network.
To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3rd, Humanity & Inclusion Canada hosted a dance show that brought to the forefront the challenges faced by persons with disabilities.
HI under pressure due to increase in climate-related disasters.
Following a bombardment in North Yemen, Abdulrahmam had a right arm fracture with vascular injuries which lead to gangrene. His arm was amputated. HI is by his side.
HI’s Flying Team provides functional rehabilitation services to people with disabilities in several extremely remote areas across South Sudan.
HI’s Flying Team travels to some of the most remote areas of South Sudan, meeting isolated communities and uncovering significant need for physical rehabilitation.
Hala, 4 years old, has only one leg left. She is one of the recent victims of the bombings that are devastating her country, Yemen, just like her cousin, Erada, 8, who was playing with her when a plane dropped a shell on their neighbourhood while they were playing in front of their home.
Until 10 December 2019, the annual international campaign "16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women" takes place. On this occasion, Corinne Gillet, Disability, Gender and Age Policy Officer, explains how HI, as an organization, ensures that no one is left out.