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Humanity & Inclusion is an international solidarity NGO since 1982

For 40 years, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) has been has been responding to humanitarian emergencies, helping to reduce armed violence and fighting to improve the living conditions of disabled and vulnerable people in the most remote or dangerous places in the world. We are working tirelessly to ensure that they are never left behind.


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Risk of a collapse of the humanitarian aid in Gaza

Risk of a collapse of the humanitarian aid in Gaza May, 29 2024

New crossing points and ‘floating dock’ are cosmetic changes, as humanitarian access disintegrates in Gaza, warn aid agencies


Jerusalem, 28 May 2024 – As Israeli attacks intensify on Rafah, the unpredictable trickle of aid into Gaza has created a mirage of improved access while the humanitarian response is in reality on the verge of collapse, warn 20 aid agencies. The latest Israeli attacks on a displacement camp near UN aid facilities in Rafah reportedly killed dozens of people, including children, and injured many more. The ability of aid groups and medical teams to respond has now all but crumbled, with temporary fixes such as a ‘floating dock’ and new crossing points having little impact.


Occupied Palestinian Territories

In Kharkiv, Ukraine, the situation is very concerning May, 28 2024

Since 10th May 2024, Russia has been conducting a new offensive in the region. As the security situation deteriorates, humanitarian needs continue to increase.


What is Humanity & Inclusion doing in Gaza? May, 22 2024

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

Occupied Palestinian Territories

Flore, a woman who sets herself no limits! May, 22 2024

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

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