Humanity & Inclusion works with children with disabilities in Algeria to improve the care they receive, both in specialist institutions, and within the mainstream school system. Since 2015, parents, the media, and education stakeholders have had their awareness raised regarding the universal right to education (all children have the right to attend school) and teachers have received training in inclusive teaching and learning techniques (methods to enable children with disabilities to follow lessons in mainstream schools).
The organisation supports Disabled People’s Organisations to ensure their voices are heard by the authorities and public powers.
Finally, the organisation works in southern Algeria with the Sahrawi refugees. Humanity & Inclusion improves access to rehabilitation care for people with disabilities and is improving the early screening of disabilities and impairments amongst children under the age of five years old.
In 2018, Humanity & Inclusion launched two projects aimed at improving rural livelihoods. This involves training and coaching small-scale farmers and artisans from vulnerable populations to enable them to join professional networks and improve the quality and profitability of sustainable production, as well as the economic sectors in which these activities operate.