Building safe water supplies for schools in rural Kenya
Supporting people to survive and thrive
Global expertise|Medical & health care|Lifesaving support
Once the emergency phase of a disaster or conflict has passed, people are still vulnerable to all kinds of health issues that can prove just as dangerous as the crisis itself.
International Medical Corps have unparalleled expertise in a wide range of medical and health care disciplines.
This allow us to save lives across an incredibly wide range of locations and environments, regardless of the challenges. It also means that when we are present in a community we can meet all the health needs that may be in demand.
International Medical Corps provides support in the areas of mental health; food; clean water & sanitation; violence against women; mothers & child health; vaccinations & disease and HIV/AIDS.
Whether building latrines in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake to protect children from the threat of water borne disease; vaccinating thousands of children against polio in Chad or providing nutritious food and advice on breastfeeding to mothers in Ethiopia to help keep their children nourished, we are ensuring the survival of some of the most vulnerable in the world.
Our expertise is the difference between life and death for thousands of people every day.