Life in the shadows: Living with disabilities in a conflict zone
“We found that there was still some challenges among humanitarian workers — they are not always sure how to work with people with disabilities or how to communicate with people with disabilities.” — Kelly Thayer, emergency coordinator, Humanity & Inclusion
Infanticide in Kenya: ‘I was told to kill my disabled baby’
Her own grandmother went as far as suggesting how she could kill her baby. “She told me to insert needles into Samwell’s veins – that they would kill him slowly and no-one would know what had happened,” she said.