Disaster Survivors Need Our Help

International Medical Corps is responding to multiple disasters around the world—from an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, to hurricanes in the US, to the latest Ebola outbreak in Africa, to hunger crises in Yemen, Somalia and South Sudan. Thousands of men, women and children are in urgent need of medical care, nutrition services, clean water and other critical supplies. Help us provide them with lifesaving healthcare and training.

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Hurricane Michael

Our teams are helping Floridians

Indonesia Earthquakes & Tsunami

Emergency Response Team mobilized

Ebola Outbreak in the DRC

Infection prevention activities continue

International Medical Corps is working to relieve the suffering of those affected by war, natural disaster and disease. We deliver vital healthcare services that focus on training and help devastated populations return to self-reliance.

Our Impact Around the World

Hurricane Michael: we're there.

At the request of the Florida Department of Health, we've sent multiple teams of doctors and nurses to the state to respond to Hurricane Michael. Our volunteer doctors and nurses have been working at medical facilities and special-needs shelters providing primary healthcare to people affected by the storm, giving local first responders the opportunity to rest and attend to their own losses in the wake of the devastating hurricane.

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Healing Invisible Wounds

Those we serve on the front lines of war and disaster have been exposed to extreme violence and have endured unthinkable conditions. They often bear invisible but profound wounds of emotional distress. They need a truly holistic approach to rebuild their lives.

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We're responding to the largest hunger crisis in decades

In Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen and Ethiopia, millions of people are at risk of starvation. In these countries, drought, increasing conflict and displacement have created a humanitarian crisis on a scale not seen in decades.

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We have helped nearly 16 million people affected by Syria’s civil war since 2012

Half of Syria’s population has been uprooted from their homes, fueling the largest displacement crisis since World War II. We reach people where they are, providing lifesaving healthcare, training and other services.

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More than 55,500 babies were delivered by a skilled birth attendant in 2017

We provide midwifery training so that more moms and babies can have healthy pregnancies—and safe deliveries.

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We’re active in 27 countries

Our staff numbers more than 7,000 worldwide, with 95% recruited locally. Because our approach encompasses relief, recovery and resilience, training is an essential and consistent part of everything we do. Our strategy ensures that the knowledge required to prepare for future emergencies remains anchored in the communities we serve.

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In 2017, we issued 106,428 training certificates

Training builds knowledge, instills confidence and fosters self-reliance.

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In 2017, we helped more than 8 million people across the globe

We provided more than 4.8 million medical consultations, as well as specialized treatment such as nutrition, mental health and psychosocial support, and other services.

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We distributed more than 327,000 hygiene kits in 2017

Proper hygiene is a key ingredient to good health. We teach people how to prevent disease through good hygiene, while helping provide access to safe, sanitary conditions and clean water.

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Help us save lives

Your tax-deductible gift will help us respond to emergencies and provide lifesaving medical treatment in more than 35 countries around the world.