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Flore, a driver’s assistant with HI passionate about her job 13/05/24

Flore is responsible for ensuring the effective delivery of humanitarian supplies in Burkina Faso in a complicated security context. Portrait of a woman of commitment, passionate about her job.

  • Burkina Faso

Isolated communities in CAR on the road to economic activity thanks to HI 13/05/24

In Central African Republic, Humanity & Inclusion is working alongside vulnerable and isolated communities to improve the state of the roads so that aid can get through to them and they can move freely again.

  • Central African Republic

Jamaima, orthoprosthetist: a profession of service to others 08/05/24

Jamaima Naluggya, orthoprosthetist, is heading a project to develop the 3D printing of prostheses and orthoses in refugee camps in Uganda. This is the story of her commitment to helping others.

  • Uganda

States must reaffirm their commitment to the Mine Ban Treaty 08/05/24

The Mine Action Conference will take place in Cambodia on November 25-29, 2024. After 15 years of decline, their use and the number of victims are increasing...

  • International

The parent-child bond, crucial to the development of malnourished children 08/05/24

Humanity & Inclusion's actions for malnourished children are based on the emotional bond between parents and children. Amina, mother of a baby who has benefited from these interventions, tells us about her experience.

  • Chad

Gaza: All the children are out of school 08/05/24

All the schools in Gaza are closed because of the violence, so what is happening to the children who are now out of school?

  • Occupied Palestinian Territories

Srey Neang: a prosthesis so she can return to school 24/04/24

Srey Neang's leg was amputated after she was injured by an explosive device at the age of four.

  • Cambodia

Noor, walking her way back to life! 24/04/24

Noor, aged 3, is a survivor of the earthquake that struck Turkey and north-west Syria in February 2023. HI is accompanying this vivacious and resilient little girl on the way to her refound life.

  • Syria

Maïbate Sané works as a deminer, a job that brings both joy and fear 17/04/24

Maïbata Sané lives in Casamance, Senegal, where she works as a deminer for Humanity & Inclusion. Portrait of a strong, determined woman committed to a better future.

  • Senegal

Thanks to HI, Samira is confident and making plans for the future 17/04/24

Samira, now a teenager, lost her leg when she was 9 as the result of a bullet wound. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion (HI), she can now stand on her own two feet again and is confidently looking to the future.

  • Central African Republic

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

“I want people to be aware of the risk of putting civilians in the middle of war” 17/04/24

Marwa is living in Germany. She fled the conflict in Syria where she was injured and is now using a wheelchair. She tells how she has coped with her disability.

  • Syria

“School has become a scary place” 17/04/24

Salam is the director of the Boys Elementary School in Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank. She tells us about the dangers of teaching in a context of armed violence.

  • Occupied Palestinian Territories

In Laos, HI is supporting 200 children with autism to access education 16/04/24

HI is supporting the inclusion of children with developmental disabilities, including autism, in the provinces of Champasak and Houaphan.

  • Laos

I want my grandchildren to grow up on the land of my ancestors 16/04/24

In 1992, Mansata had to flee the village of Bissine in Senegal to escape armed violence. Thirty years later, she has returned and now lives here in safety with her children and grandchildren.

  • Senegal