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.
Yemen’s civil war, now in its fourth year, has brought a steady deterioration of humanitarian conditions, leaving more than 3 million displaced.
International Medical Corps is responding in Puerto Rico, Florida, and across the Caribbean.
War, drought, and displacement is fueling the largest hunger crisis in decades, with more than 30 million people experiencing extreme food insecurity.
With every new day, families fleeing hunger and violence continue to pour into Baidoa, the capital of Somalia’s Bay...
With markets in every corner, signs of Mogadishu’s commercial pulse can be spotted everywhere in the centre of town....
To commemorate World Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28, 2018, International Medical Corps distributed dignitary kits to 40 vulnerable...
Childhood is a precious time, or at least it should be. Yet, during the war in Yemen at least...
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Ebola, the Syrian refugee crisis, hurricanes. International Medical Corps is on the ground now providing lifesaving care to those suffering due to war, disaster or disease. Every dollar you donate by June 30 will be matched up to $20,000.