FOCUS ON –  New study on the inclusion of Syrian refugees with disabilities in Jordan & Lebanon

FOCUS ON – New study on the inclusion of Syrian refugees with disabilities in Jordan & Lebanon

Posted by: on Sep 20, 2018 | No Comments

More than 60% of the Syrian refugee households include a person with disability, and 1/5 of refugees in Lebanon and Jordan have a disability, according to a new study by HI and iMMAP*.

ALERT- Idleb, Syria: The risk of a humanitarian disaster

ALERT- Idleb, Syria: The risk of a humanitarian disaster

Posted by: on Sep 6, 2018 | No Comments

While a major military offensive on Idleb region is possibly under preparation, HI calls on parties to the conflict to spare civilians and allow full and unfettered humanitarian access.

FEEDBACK – Shifting the focus from vulnerability to rights and resilience. A progressive approach to humanitarian action for persons with disabilities

FEEDBACK – Shifting the focus from vulnerability to rights and resilience. A progressive approach to humanitarian action for persons with disabilities

Posted by: on Jun 27, 2018 | No Comments

On 20 June, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) co-organised a side event looking at how humanitarian actors can identify new and inclusive approaches to address the situation of persons with disabilities in crisis context.

ALERT – Yemen: France should press Saudi and Emirati allies to minimize harm to hundreds of thousands of civilians in Hodeidah attack

ALERT – Yemen: France should press Saudi and Emirati allies to minimize harm to hundreds of thousands of civilians in Hodeidah attack

Posted by: on Jun 26, 2018 | No Comments

15 humanitarian and human rights organizations today urged Emmanuel Macron and the French government to use all means at their disposal to press their allies, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, to minimize harm to civilians during the attack on Hodeidah city, home to Yemen’s most important port.