International Medical Corps supports communities in over 30 countries that are hit by adversity, working closely with local nonprofit and community groups, regional governments, national ministries of health and international agencies in all phases of disaster response and recovery.
Strengthening community health through partnerships and training in advance of an emergency reduces the impact of a disaster when it does occur. It also strengthens the resilience of those communities and countries affected. Together, these steps can provide a more stable foundation for recovery and a clearer path toward sustainable development.
Technical Rapid Response Team
Partnering with Action Against Hunger and Save the Children, in collaboration with UNICEF and the Global Nutrition Cluster to strengthen the role of nutrition during an emergency response.
A Partnership To Speed Assistance
Building a Better Response
Partnering with Concern Worldwide and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative to strengthen NGO capacity for more effective emergency response.