Since returning to Yemen in 2014, Humanity & Inclusion has been implementing actions to mitigate the impact of the crisis affecting the whole country, with specific attention for vulnerable and injured people.
The organisation works in 8 health establishments (hospitals and rehabilitation centres) and provides rehabilitation equipment to support people injured or left disabled by the conflict. It also delivers training and awareness-raising sessions to physiotherapists and other medical staff on rehabilitation care and managing war injuries.
Humanity & Inclusion supports all the humanitarian organisations working in Yemen to ensure vulnerable people (elderly people, people who are isolated or with disabilities) are better taken into account in humanitarian interventions and are not left out. It also raises the awareness of staff members of various NGOs of the risks linked to the presence of improved explosive devices and light weapons.