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Urgent appeal: Injured and disabled people need your support

Rafah, Gaza, February 2024. © S. Hejji - HQ/HI



Injured and disabled people
need your help

Humanity & Inclusion works alongside disabled and vulnerable people in 60 countries affected by poverty, conflict and disaster.

Our vision is a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.


Disabled people are the hardest hit in this forgotten crisis.


Help our teams support the most vulnerable people.

Our global impact

2.5 million

Our actions directly supported 2.5 million people in 2022


We provide life-changing support in 60 countries


We run 466 projects worldwide

Nobel Peace Prize medal Nobel Peace Prize medal Nobel Peace Prize medal Nobel Peace Prize medal

Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 1997

for our work towards banning and clearing anti-personnel landmines

What we do

Since HI was founded in 1982, we have supported tens of millions of people. Our teams work in over 60 countries working tirelessly to support the most vulnerable people in humanitarian emergencies, chronic crises, and longer-term development.


HI’s emergency teams take action on the ground to assist the most vulnerable, in particular people with disabilities, injured and displaced people. And we work to ensure that no one is left behind in a humanitarian crisis.

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Explosive weapons

HI has a comprehensive approach to mine action, working to protect civilians, support the victims of conflict, and campaign for change. We clear explosive remnants of war, educate communities about the risks, and help survivors back into society.

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HI teams provide injured and disabled people with life-changing rehabilitation, prosthetic limbs, wheelchairs and other aids. And we campaign for rehabilitation to be integrated into health systems worldwide.

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HI works with people with disabilities, their families, communities and a range of organisations for a truly inclusive world where people with disabilities have equal opportunities and rights.

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Long-term support

Kanha, from Cambodia, lost her left leg when she was just 7 years old in an accident with an unexploded bomb. Find out how her life has been transformed thanks to support from our regular donors.

Changing lives

Kanha, from Cambodia, lost her left leg in an accident with an unexploded bomb when she was just 7 years old. Her life has been transformed with support from HI's rehabilitation teams, thanks to regular monthly support from our donors.

How you can help

Partner with us

Support people with disabilities and vulnerable populations around the world.
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Become a regular monthly donor and help change lives.
Join our campaign to Stop Bombing Civilians.

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Support the global campaign to Stop Bombing Civilians.


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Give in your will

A gift in your will could help change lives in the future.

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Where we work

Latest news

Gaza: HI's response to the humanitarian crisis

Gaza: HI's response to the humanitarian crisis 20/05/24

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) employs 40 people in the Gaza Strip, supported by 300 volunteers. HI is also working in Egypt and Lebanon, helping to address the impact of the crisis there.

Occupied Palestinian Territories

“Kharkiv is under recurrent bombing and people fear for their lives!” 27/06/24

One month after the beginning of the new Russian offensive in the Kharkiv region, repeated shelling is taking its heavy toll on the population.


Crisis in North Kivu: mobile clinics providing essential care 17/04/24

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is deploying mobile clinics in North Kivu to improve access to healthcare and provide medical and psychosocial assistance to people displaced by the conflicts.

Democratic Republic of Congo

Paralysed by a bullet, Abdellatif is determined to recover 15/04/24

The little boy, wounded by gunfire almost a year ago, is working hard to regain feeling and mobility in his legs through intensive rehabilitation sessions, supported by Humanity & Inclusion’s team in eastern Chad.