Why risk publishing a new international humanitarian review? - J-F. Mattei, B. Miribel, J-B. Richardier, J-C. Rufin
Humanitarian action beyond the "French doctors" - E. Davey
Focus Ebola - The end of the nightmare?
Haïti, or humanitarian ethics under question - J-F. Mattei
Humanitarian action in the face of civic mobilisations. The example of the Senegalese movement "Y en a marre" - T. Fouquet
Young girls smiling during the reception of new mattresses furnished by Hi to replace those having been in contact with potentially Ebola infected fluids.
View in Azraq camp, Jordan, for the syrian refugees, september 2015
Dadaab, Kenya, August 4, 2011, iFO 3 Refugees camp.
Intervention of the team with suspected patients to drive them to a center for diagnosis and isolation and to decontaminate the zone with a chlorine solution.
Handicap International staff helping man evacuated to an Ebola testing centre.
Decontamination with chlorine solution on a zone potentially infected by the virus.
On interventions, Handicap International teams remove mattresses and other items that have been in contact with potentially infected fluids and that can not be decontaminated. They are evacuated and destroyed and then replaced with new items.
Cleaning of the intervention equipment
Handicap International staff put on PPE (personal protective equipment) for intervention.
Intervention in a community to drive a potentially sus- pect patient towards a centre for diagno- sis and isolation and to decontaminate the house and the environment.
Decontamination with a chlorine solution on a zone potentially infected by the virus.
Plain of Bekaa , Lebanon, june 2013. Oumran, social worker for Handicap international, is conducting an enumeration and evaluation of a family of Syrian refugees newly arrived from raqa with 5 children in the informal Jibyanin camp in the Bekaa, east of Lebanon.
State of Orissa, India, November 2008. Bhabani rout, 45, was amputee was amputee and has been fitted with a prosthesis. She leads an early warning mock drill in the frame of the project drr (disaster risk reduction) in the village of Bilipada.