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Thank you DFID and the Start Network for support in the vaccination of 18,000 children at risk of measles in Yemen

Thanks to support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and Irish Aid through the Start Network, International Medical Corps has begun a measles vaccination campaign that will reach 18,000 children around Amran City, Yemen. Many children are at risk from infection following months of fighting around the city, which has disrupted the local health care system and led…read more →

Thank you Jersey Overseas Aid Commission for helping bring classrooms, clean water and medical facilities to the most vulnerable in forgotten region of Darfur

International Medical Corps, supported by the Jersey Overseas Aid Commission are providing clean water, health care and education to more than 1,400 families in the Darfur region of Sudan. Darfur has seen more than a decade of fighting between rebel groups and the Government of Sudan, causing widespread suffering amongst the people in the region. Vulnerable communities have been cut off…read more →

Reddit Ask Me Anything with Humanitarian Aid Nurse Nora Hellman

Emergency nurse, Nora Hellman, has worked and volunteered for International Medical Crops in conflict and disaster zones around the world. She recently answered questions in an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit. Read a selection of the Q&A below or click here to read all 65 comments! Q: Hi, Nora, What made you want to go and work in dangerous…read more →

International Medical Corps Responds To Displacement Crisis in Iraq

In response to the escalation of violence in Iraq, International Medical Corps immediately mobilized local staff on the ground to deliver emergency health services, operate ambulances to transfer the critically-wounded and procure emergency supplies and medicines. Having operated in Iraq for more than a decade, International Medical Corps’ Emergency Response Teams are working closely with the Iraq Department of Health…read more →

Sienna Miller Raises Awareness of the Ongoing Syria Crisis and its Impact on Lebanon

  Our ambassador Sienna Miller visited Lebanon last week to raise awareness about the ongoing Syria crisis – now well into its fourth year – and the enormous impact the war is having on both Syrian refugees and the communities in Lebanon that are assisting them. The estimated 1.1 million Syrians in Lebanon now comprise more than a quarter of the country’s total population, putting…read more →

Iraqi violence threatens protracted humanitarian crisis warns International Medical Corps

Iraq civilians fleeing violence in Mosul, Erbil, Tikrit and surrounding areas are facing a potentially devastating humanitarian crisis, warned the British humanitarian organisation, International Medical Corps UK. More than 500,000 people have fled Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city and are in urgent need of medical care, food, shelter, and relief supplies. Up to 300,000 people are seeking safety north of…read more →

International Medical Corps Team in Iraq Monitoring Humanitarian Needs as Violence Forces est. 500,000 from Homes

International Medical Corps’ team on the ground in Iraq is closely monitoring the humanitarian situation as increased violence has forced an estimated 500,000 people to flee their homes. As the fighting intensifies, people will be moving out of urban areas into surrounding communities, greatly stressing the current systems’ capacity to meet basic humanitarian needs,” said Gerald Evans, Iraq Country Director…read more →

I Am A Humanitarian Nurse – Ask Me Anything on Reddit Monday 16 June

Ever wondered what it’s like to be a humanitarian nurse working in conflict zones and disaster areas? I am an emergency nurse with International Medical Corps and I am taking your questions live now in a Reddit Ask Me Anything! Come and join us. I am a registered nurse from Bozeman, Montana, USA. I first volunteered with International Medical Corps after the…read more →

International Medical Corps Teams in Balkans Responding Following Deadly Floods

Following massive flooding that has killed more than fifty people and displaced tens of thousands more, International Medical Corps teams are on the ground in the Balkans assessing humanitarian needs and coordinating with local partners. International Medical Corps will distribute over €1 million worth of food items donated by Luftfahrt Ohne Grenzen Germany with support from the Red Cross. The…read more →

International Medical Corps Deploys Team to Balkans Following Deadly Floods

International Medical Corps has deployed teams to the Balkans after massive flooding that has killed 47 people and displaced tens of thousands more. The heaviest rains in more than a century sparked floods across Bosnia and Serbia, leading to the evacuations of more than 60,000 people. Up to two million people could potentially be affected. Rainfall also caused more than…read more →