Humanity and Inclusion (HI)
1982-07-19 Lyon France
19 Jul 1982, Lyon (France), as Operation Handicap International – Opération handicap internationale (OHI). Subsequently changed title to Handicap International (HI). Current title adopted 24 Jan 2018. Individual countries may still use old title. current bylaws updated and approved Jun 2016. Registered in Belgium, 10 Sep 1986. French section has taken over activities of U-XG4159 - Action Nord Sud.
Reduce risk-factors which lead to incapacity or increased vulnerability; develop individuals' abilities and independence in order to help them fulfil their life goals; adapt environmental, social and physical factors so to improve quality and access to services; develop social participation in order to reduce situations of disability, vulnerability or exclusion.
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