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Djbouti 2019

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Yemen has seen more than 24 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, including 12 million children, but it is difficult to access the country to provide direct aid. Humanitet visited Djbouti, where the largest population of Yemeni refugees now resides.


Focusing on the Marghazi Camp, providing: Mobility Aids & Sanitary Supplies, to some of the most in-need residents.

Lebanon 2020

Lebanon's port explosion was a new addition to a string of its crises, including the Covid-19 pandemic and hyperinflation. More than 150 died, thousands were wounded and 300,000 displaced. Humanitet visited with aid.

Essential items, Mobility Aids and Sanitary supplies reached clinics attending to the poorest Lebanese Palestinians and Syrians without access to treatment for their ailments, or the means to afford it.

India 2021

More than 20·2 million cases of COVID-19 had been reported by 4th May 2021 in India, with a rolling average of 378 000 cases a day, together with more than 222,000 deaths, which experts believe are likely to be substantial underestimates.

Hospitals overwhelmed, and health workers exhausted.


Humanitet provided vital supplies of Oxygen Concentrators, PPE and Sanitary Supplies in one of India's biggest time of need. 

About Humanitet

We are a Disaster Relief organisation providing Humanitarian Aid to those affected by Conflict, War and Disasters around the world. 

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