25 Years of International Medical Corps
In honor of our 25th anniversary, International Medical Corps announces the release of “A Thousand Words: Photos from the Field,” a stunning coffee table photography book documenting the humanitarian crises to which we have responded in the last quarter century.
Written and edited by Stacy Twilley and with a Foreword by CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour, “A Thousand Words: Photos from the Field” is a visual journey that traces paths from war, genocide, conflict, and devastation to compassion, resilience, and hope. The award-winning photographs, taken in 21 countries from Afghanistan and Iraq to Somalia and Rwanda, were selected by renowned Los Angeles museum curators and notable art collectors, including Mario Testino, Richard Gere, and Anjelica Huston.
Underwritten by generous supporters, “A Thousand Words: Photos from the Field” is now on sale at Amazon.com with net proceeds supporting International Medical Corps. We hope that you will join us in celebrating 25 years of saving lives and building self-reliance with the purchase of this book. Its images promise to inspire, whether in your home or as a gift, and will help us continue our critical, life-saving work for the next 25 years.
Purchase the book at Amazon or use http://tiny.cc/1000words.
Read more about this chronicle of International Medical Corps' history.
Watch Clips About "A Thousand Words":
December 17, 2009 - PRI's The World - International Medical Corps: A Thousand Words
October 28, 2009 - CNN: From Rwanda to Bosnia: Devastating impact of world's tragedies