Some 300,000 people live under the threat of mines and explosive remnants of war, the legacy of successive conflicts. Moreover, instability on the country's borders has only served to worsen an already complex humanitarian situation, with more than 4 million people now in need of humanitarian aid or emergency assistance. Humanity & Inclusion has been working since October 2014 to support the country’s mine clearance and victim assistance sectors. Since 2015, the organisation has raised the awareness of displaced populations in the Lake Chad region to the risk from unexploded ordnance and promoted the inclusion of children with disabilities.
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