Humanity & Inclusion runs awareness-raising activities in order to allow children with disabilities to enjoy the same rights as all other children. The organisation thereby provides training for teachers, head teachers and school inspectors at 12 partner schools.
In 2017, Humanity & Inclusion set up activities tackling the risk of HIV and disability. The organisation raises people's awareness of the significance of the impact of Humanity & InclusionV on people with disabilities, collects data to improve understanding of the crisis, and supports civil society organisations to better include people living with disabilities in HIV control.
Humanity & Inclusion has been working in Guinea-Bissau since 2000. The first activities were carried out in the field of functional rehabilitation, the economic inclusion of people with disabilities and the campaign against mines and explosive remnants of war. Humanity & Inclusion suspended its operations in the country from 2008 - 2014, due to the political unrest and security risks. It returned to the country in 2015.