International Medical Corps is committed to providing medical support and assistance to where it is needed most. Our work takes us to the most inaccessible, dangerous and isolated areas on the planet and to make our work possible we need medicines, equipment and personnel to travel to these remote locations.
Since 1984, International Medical Corps’ Logistics staff has provided procurement, shipping and supply chain operations in more than 65 countries on four continents, responding to the world’s most challenging humanitarian crises.
International Medical Corps’ Logistics capacity has expanded exponentially since our early days in Afghanistan, when the organisation relied on a small group of dedicated volunteers for support. Today our professional team of experts are often the first onsite following a disaster and routinely handle some of the most complex logistical challenges imaginable – whether it’s airlifting ambulances onto islands in Southeast Asia, setting up a field hospital and sending doctors, nurses and medical equipment into Libya, or transporting clinic construction materials into the jungles of Liberia. All the time, continuing to support International Medical Corps’ ongoing relief programmes in 28 countries worldwide.