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The future is bright for Nirmala and Khendo - Nepal earthquake - Handicap International
Description: Nirmala & Khendo both lost a leg in the earthquake that struck Nepal on 25th April 2015. Handicap International's team supported them with rehabilitation sessions and fitted them with prosthetic legs. Today, the girls can walk again and are back in school. They are enjoying life and have a bright future ahead of them. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/
  24 Apr 2017   1m10s 0 34 0
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Supporting displaced people in Khazer camp - Handicap International - Iraq
Description: Elisa Fourt, our communication officer, reports from Khazer Camp in Iraq where Handicap International teams are supporting people dispaced by the bombings in Mosul. In particular, we are providing psychological support to help people deal with the trauma they have experienced. For more info visit https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/iraq
  19 Apr 2017   29s 1 23 0
Treating victims of the bombings in Mosul - Handicap International - Iraq
Description: Elisa Fourt, our communication officer, reports from a hospital in Iraq that treats victims of the bombing in Mosul. A young boy, Mohammed is receiving physiotherapy following an injury to his leg. For more info visit https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/iraq
  19 Apr 2017   48s 2 49 0
Weapons clearance in Iraq - Handicap International
Description: In January 2017, Handicap International launched weapons clearance operations in the governorates of Kirkuk and Diyala, in Iraq. In three months, the organisation has already destroyed more than 2,000 explosive remnants of war in areas seriously affected by fighting. © Handicap International
  04 Apr 2017   1m7s 0 33 0
BOMBED Exhibition - Handicap International
Description: In January 2017, the French photographer Philippe de Poulpiquet spent two weeks with Handicap International’s teams in Jordan and Lebanon. Every day they went out to visit Syrian refugees, including numerous victims of explosive weapons. This exhibition, supported by ECHO (the European Commission - Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations) gives a voice to these civilians, whose lives were turned upside down in the space of a second. Their stories reflect a terrible reality shared by hundreds of thousands of Syrians since the beginning of the war in 2011. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   1m45s 0 59 0
Molham, 12: "No more wars in any country" - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Molham had just turned 9 years old when he was injured by a stray bullet in Homs, Syria. In 2014, his family fled the fighting and took refuge in Jordan. Handicap International provides the young boy with rehabilitation care and psychosocial support. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   1m37s 0 203 0
Ahmad, 24: "We want it to stop. Six years is enough!" - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Ahmad, 24 years old, is from Deraa, in Syria. In 2013, when fleeing the city, he trod on a landmine and lost his right foot. He is now a refugee in Jordan. Handicap International has fitted him with a prosthesis and provides physiotherapy but he struggles to imagine the future. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   2m29s 0 98 0
Mayada, 48: "I'm numb" - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Mayada, 48 years old, is from the suburbs of Damascus in Syria. In 2014, her house was bombed. As a result of her injuries, her leg had to be amputated. She has been living as a refugee in Lebanon for two years and has been fitted with a prosthesis by Handicap International which monitors her progress through regular physiotherapy sessions. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   3m45s 0 16 0
Hozeifa, 17: “My injury has changed everything” - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Hozeifa was injured in 2016, during the bombing of Idlib in Syria. He is now paraplegic and lives in a tent with the rest of his family in Lebanon, where they have taken refuge. Handicap International is helping him to adapt to his new circumstances by providing psychological support and physiotherapy. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   2m57s 0 177 0
Sondos, 8: “When there were planes in the sky, we didn’t go to school” - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Sondos is 8 years old and comes from a besieged area in the suburbs of Damascus. In 2016, she and her family were the victims of bombing. Still traumatised by what she has been though, she now lives as a refugee in Lebanon where she receives psychological support from Handicap International. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   2m25s 2 432 0
Hussein, 15: “Everything was destroyed” - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Hussein is 15 years old. At the end of 2016, he was injured during the bombing of Idlib, in Syria, in which half of his family was killed. He had one leg amputated and took refuge in Lebanon. Handicap International provides him with rehabilitation sessions and crutches to help get around. Find out more at https://bit.ly/BOMBED #BOMBEDexhibition Since 2012, Handicap International has been working alongside the victims of the Syrian conflict, in particular victims of explosive weapons. Supported by ECHO, the organisation currently has 500 professionals working in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria to assist the most vulnerable, including people with injuries, people with disabilities, and people who are elderly or isolated. Its teams also intervene to help displaced people and refugees living in camps or hosted in local communities. Handicap International provides rehabilitation and orthopaedic fitting services, offers psychological support, ensures the most vulnerable have access to humanitarian aid, raises awareness of explosive remnants of war, conducts mine clearance work and distributes emergency kits.
  16 Mar 2017   1m41s 0 379 0
Jomaa, 53: “Before the war, I had a good life” - BOMBED Exhibition
Description: Jomaa, 55 years old, is from Homs, in Syria. In 2014, he sustained a shoulder injury when his home city was bombed. He and his family have been refugees in Lebanon since 2016 and he receives rehabilitation physiotherapy from Handicap International.
  16 Mar 2017   2m3s 0 13 0