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  • Emergencies

    The months following an emergency are often as dangerous as the disaster itself. Handicap International’s emergency teams respond with assistance to the most vulnerable victims. In particular, we help people with disabilities, the injured, and those struggling with forced displacement. Read more...

  • Disability Rights

    People with disabilities account for approximately 15% of the world's population—over one billion people. A staggering 80% of people with disabilities live in developing countries with a strong link between disability and poverty. Read more...

  • Health & Prevention

    Good health is a human right. Access to health care is an essential step toward social inclusion. Through prevention of diseases, providing psychological support, all our actions ensure that every man, woman and child has the chance to stay healthy. Read more...

  • Inclusion

    Handicap International works with people with disabilities to promote their inclusion in education, sports and cultural activities, as well as access to employment. We lobby governments to ensure they are offered equal opportunities. Read more...

  • Rehabilitation

    Our approach to rehabilitation is based on the recognition of individual needs, taking into account a person's individual situation, their environment and the local services available. Read more...

  • Landmines & Cluster Bombs

    Long after conflicts end, landmines and cluster munitions continue to injure and kill civilians. Read more...

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