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'The House with a Beating Heart' by Sanda Aung, 10 - Growing Together
Description: Sanda Aung is 10 and lives in Umpiem camp in Thailand. This drawing shows Sanda’s eye for detail: the lovely flowers in front of the house, the doorknob shaped as a beating heart, the tree with a swing … she found inspiration in a magazine. Sand's mum uses old magazines to teach her children how to read and write. In Myanmar, the family’s home country, the mother was a well-educated woman. But nowadays she can’t send her children to school; they can’t afford books or school fees. It is Sanda’s dream to live in the house in her drawing. But she thinks she will never be able to afford it. The contrast with her life in the refugee camp is huge. Sanda lives with her parents and her 9 brothers and sister in a small bamboo house. They sleep together in one tiny room. When she grows up, Sanda wants to become a teacher. In her school, all children would be welcome. Always. Sanda Aung is a beneficiary of Growing Together, a project that gives vulnerable children the opportunity to play and develop. The project is funded by IKEA Foundation as part of the Let's Play for Change campaign and is implemented by Handicap International. © W. Huyghe / Earlybirds Films For more information about the aprtnership between IKEA Foundation and Handicap International please visit: http://bit.ly/GrowingTogether-HI-IKEA
  06 Nov 2017   1m14s 0 68 0
'If I Were Tall' by Eh Ta Moo, 12, Thailand - Growing Together project
Description: Eh Ta Moo is 12-years-old and lives in Umpiem camp In Thailand. He doesn't go to school and helps his mum doing household jobs and tries to grow cabbages. In his free time, he likes to play with elastic bands. In his drawing, he is tall and strong. He drives a motorbike and flies a helicopter. He wishes he were strong in real life. He would take care of his family. He would grow vegetables for all of them. Inside the house, his brothers and sisters are playing with elastic bands. They are in a happy place. The people in the car are not happy. They are going back to Myanmar, which is very dangerous. Eh Tha Moo fears they might be attacked! One of his best friends recently went back. This makes him very sad. If he were a superhero, he would stop the car and build a nice home for his friend. Eh Ta Moo is a beneficiary of Growing Together, a project that gives vulnerable children the opportunity to play and develop. The project is funded by IKEA Foundation as part of the Let's Play for Change campaign and is implemented by Handicap International. © W. Huyghe / Earlybirds Films For more information about the aprtnership between IKEA Foundation and Handicap International please visit: http://bit.ly/GrowingTogether-HI-IKEA
  06 Nov 2017   1m16s 0 15 0
My Little Duckling by Misbah, 8, Pakistan,  Growing Together project
Description: Misbah Amjad is eight-year-old. She lives in Jalozai, a remote area of Pakistan and has a hearing and speech impairment. Getting an education is one of her biggest dreams. Since there are no specialised schools in her community, she attends a mainstream school. Her mum is afraid that she might be bullied due to her disability so she sits with her older brother in his classroom, watching as he learns. That’s why Misbah adores the drawing sessions and play activities organised by Handicap International. She loves animals and spends most of her time after school taking care of her pets. Her drawing shows one of her ducklings that became ill and died. Next to it is an apple, her favorite food, that she would like to feed to the duckling to make it better. Misbah wants to treat all the animals and birds that fall sick and help them to get proper food and medicine. She doesn’t want people to lose their pets like she did. Misbah is a beneficiary of Growing Together, a project that gives vulnerable children the opportunity to play and develop. The project is funded by IKEA Foundation as part of the Let's Play for Change campaign and is implemented by Handicap International. © W. Huyghe / Earlybirds Films For more information about the aprtnership between IKEA Foundation and Handicap International please visit: http://bit.ly/GrowingTogether-HI-IKEA
  06 Nov 2017   1m17s 1 18 0
Everywhere the bombing followed us - Ranim's story – Part V
Description: In the final episode, Ranim tells how she escaped Syria and took refuge in Lebanon. Ranim’s story is one of the testimonies of Syrian refugee women in Lebanon featured in Handicap International's new report, 'Everywhere the bombing followed us'. The report looks at the human impact of multiple displacement caused by bombings. Read our blog on the new report. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/news/blog-everywhere-the-bombing-followed-us and join our Stop Bombing Civilians campaign https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/campaign/stop-bombing-civilians #Syria #Lebanon #Refugees #StopBombingCivilians © Handicap International
  10 Oct 2017   49s 0 39 0
Everywhere the bombing followed us - Ranim's story – Part IV
Description: In Part IV, Ranim becomes injured after being struck by a bomb. Ranim’s story is one of the testimonies of Syrian refugee women in Lebanon featured in Handicap International's new report, 'Everywhere the bombing followed us'. The report looks at the human impact of multiple displacement caused by bombings. Read our blog on the new report. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/news/blog-everywhere-the-bombing-followed-us and join our Stop Bombing Civilians campaign https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/campaign/stop-bombing-civilians © Handicap International
  10 Oct 2017   49s 0 26 0
Everywhere the bombing followed us - Ranim's story – Part III
Description: In this episode of Ranim's story, she tells how she returned home to find food and clothes in order to survive. Ranim’s story is one of the testimonies of Syrian refugee women in Lebanon featured in Handicap International's new report, 'Everywhere the bombing followed us'. The report looks at the human impact of multiple displacement caused by bombings. Read our blog on the new report. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/news/blog-everywhere-the-bombing-followed-us and join our Stop Bombing Civilians campaign https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/campaign/stop-bombing-civilians © Handicap International
  10 Oct 2017   51s 0 28 0
Everywhere the bombing followed us - Ranim's story – Part II
Description: In Part II, Ranim continues the story of her displacement within Syria. Did know that Syrian refugees relocate 25 times on average before finding a safe refuge? 25 times! #Watch Ranim’s story is one of the testimonies of Syrian refugee women in Lebanon featured in Handicap International's new report, 'Everywhere the bombing followed us'. The report looks at the human impact of multiple displacement caused by bombings. Read our blog on the new report. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/news/blog-everywhere-the-bombing-followed-us and join our Stop Bombing Civilians campaign https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/campaign/stop-bombing-civilians © Handicap International
  10 Oct 2017   49s 0 25 0
Everywhere the bombing followed us - Ranim's story – Part I
Description: "Ranim's story" is a multi-episode story based on real life accounts of Syrian refugees currently living in Lebanon. In this episode, Ranim tells the story of her displacement. Like our page and stay tuned for the next episode. Ranim’s story is one of the testimonies of Syrian refugee women in Lebanon featured in Handicap International's new report, 'Everywhere the bombing followed us'. The report looks at the human impact of multiple displacement caused by bombings. Read our blog on the new report. https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/news/blog-everywhere-the-bombing-followed-us and join our Stop Bombing Civilians campaign https://www.handicap-international.org.uk/campaign/stop-bombing-civilians © Handicap International
  10 Oct 2017   47s 0 40 0
Leonardo's story - The impact of landmines in Colombia - Handicap International
Description: "All my life I've been fighting for my own life. We live from battle to battle but we go forward". Colombian landmine victim Leonardo shares his story in Gillian Griffin's short film. He is one of more than 11,400 people in Colombia who have been injured by landmines. © Gillian Griffin
  06 Oct 2017   2m50s 0 46 0
Quality Inclusive Education for children with disabilities in Ethiopia
Description: Achieving education for all in Ethiopia will remain a distant aspiration if most of the 5 million children with special educational needs in the country cannot go to school. Since 2014, Handicap International have been supporting 49 schools to become places where everyone has a role to play in making schools more inclusive. © Handicap International Ethiopia
  06 Oct 2017   3m50s 1 178 0
STOP Bombing Civilians - Share your photo
Description: Take a stand against the bombing of civilians by sharing your own STOP photo! Here's how to take part: 1. Write the word STOP on your hand and then take a 'selfie'. (You can also ask someone else to take the photo). 2. Post it on your Instagram, Twitter or Facebook accounts using the hashtag #StopBombingCivilians 3. Mention us in your post! Instagram: @stopbombing and @handicap_uk | Twitter: @hi_uk | Facebook @Handicap International UK Thank you for your support!
  11 Sep 2017   16s 2 105 0
Introducing Handicap International's new Global Ambassador - Neymar Jr. !!!
Description: The Brazilian football player Neymar Jr. became the new ambassador of Handicap International on 15th August 2017. An event was organised in Place des Nations in Geneva to mark the occasion. Through this partnership, Neymar is using his huge fame for a good cause: to support the most vulnerable people in the world, people with disabilities in poor countries, victims of conflicts and natural disasters.
  17 Aug 2017   45s 3 135 0