Take a look inside our maternity clinic in Juba, which provides vital reproductive health care to mothers and their families, forced to flee their homes to the UN site in South Sudan. Many of the International Medical Corps staff both live and work in the camp and are lifesaving First Responders for their community.
— EU Humanitarian Aid (@eu_echo) March 7, 2014
— IMC UK (@IMC_UK) March 8, 2014
In the face of adversity, triggered by conflict, failed harvests and poverty, these Malians have shown remarkable resilience. Often heartbreaking, their stories are never desperate. The European Commission supports numerous partners in Mali to help those most in need recover and become their own best First Responders
One euro spent in disaster preparedness can actually save four euro after a storm or disaster has hit.