A preeminent First Responder, International Medical Corps provides emergency relief to those struck by disaster, no matter where they are, no matter what the conditions, working with them to recover, rebuild and gain the skills and tools required for self-reliance.
Our Global Ambassadors and First Responders help us to educate, advocate and draw attention to humanitarian crises around the world.
The establishment of International Medical Corps in 1984 ushered in a new and different kind of relief agency.
Working with health agencies around the world, International Medical Corps is providing expertise, equipment, training and triage services in response to COVID-19.
We serve areas of Yemen with some of the most pressing humanitarian needs, even though widespread damage to existing infrastructure has restricted access to many areas.
We are responding to new confirmed cases of Ebola in the DRC and in Guinea, leveraging our extensive experience fighting the deadly virus on the continent.
When Mount Nyiragongo erupted last May in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), destroying more than 1,000 homes...
In many countries where we work, the COVID-19 pandemic has overburdened healthcare systems that were already ill-equipped to care...
Fighting COVID-19 Around the World Throughout the year, we’ve continued to fight COVID-19 and support vaccination efforts in the...
Though 2021 posed unprecedented challenges, our teams on the frontlines were still able to capture special moments — moments made possible...
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On March 4, International Medical Corps conducted a webinar featuring epidemiologists who gave an overview of the origins of COVID-19, as well as response efforts around it.