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Health care for 30,000 people in Nepal


We aim to be on the ground within 48 hours of a decision to deploy to an emergency


We treated 1.67 million children under 5 for illnesses last year


We trained more than 6,800 health workers around the world last year

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adama leaving

Adama dances out of hospital

Adama dances out of hospital

The last patient in Sierra Leone

Watch the moment Adama, the last ‪‎Ebola‬ patient in Sierra Leone, left our treatment unit in Mateneh, Sierra Leone to singing and dancing.

thank you sierra leone

An inspiring message

An inspiring message

From Sierra Leone

As Sierra Leone reaches zero cases of Ebola, the team send a special message to everyone in the UK who has helped their fight.

Devi and her baby story tile

A new baby on the way

A new baby on the way

Devi's story

At nine months pregnancy, Devi found her baby was in the breech position, but she was miles from hospital.

A child screened for malnutrition in Yemen

Yemen's tragedy

Yemen's tragedy

A Yemeni aid worker shares her story

International Medical Corps Health Programme Officer Doa’a Kutbi Omer was forced to flee her home in Aden together with her husband and young baby after her neighbourhood came under attack. Read her blog

Last ebola patients in Sierra Leone

Countdown to zero

Countdown to zero

Final Ebola patients released

The final Ebola patient left her handprint on our survivor wall marking the countdown to the country being declared Ebola free.

humanitarian day tips

Thinking of becoming a humanitarian?

Thinking of becoming a humanitarian?

10 tips for aid workers

Read our top ten tips from humanitarians working with us around the world


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