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Thank you for being there in 2019

Because of supporters like you, International Medical Corps has been able to provide lifesaving healthcare and training in some 35 countries around the world. Together we’ve changed millions of lives. Thank you for working with us to build a better and more hopeful world.
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35 Years of Hope

What connects us? No matter where we come from or who we are, we are bound together as humans across space and time. We are a tapestry woven throughout this wild and beautiful earth, made up of disparate and diverse pieces that, when viewed from afar, merge into one unified image. From the most privileged …

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Saving Children’s Lives at a Modest Cost

It cost just $50 for the medicines needed to save baby Shamekh. Indeed, the entire three-week treatment provided by International Medical Corps to rescue the 17-month-old Yemeni boy from death’s door totaled just $511. That sum included all direct treatment costs for Shamekh during his three-week stay at Al Dorah Hospital, where International Medical Corps …

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Health Is a Human Right, the Foundation of a Dignified Life

Note from the editor: In this article, published to observe Human Rights Day, International Medical Corps reflects on the importance of health as a human right. We also share some examples from the frontlines, where our committed healthcare workers put theory into practice, helping people who have had their lives ripped apart by conflict to …

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Laying the Foundation for Training Communities

Dr. Janice Edwards will never forget how she felt when Hurricane Dorian ravaged her hometown on Grand Bahama island while she was 130 miles away in Nassau, nervously awaiting news of her family and friends who stayed behind. “I’m so proud of the strength of our people.” –Dr. Janice Edwards-Rowlands Hurricane Dorian slammed into the …

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The Dream of Rosier Days

“I want to name her Joury [rose], after my favorite flower. Hopefully, her days will be rosier than mine.” This is what Rania* told the doctor when she delivered her third daughter and was asked to name her. Rania is a 33-year-old displaced Syrian residing in a small town in Southern Lebanon. She has three …

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Welcome to International Medical Corps

When disasters strike, International Medical Corps rushes in. We’re there, no matter where, delivering medical care, supplies and training to help devastated populations get relief and build self-reliance. We’re glad to have you with us! You’re part of something amazing. Watch this video to learn more.
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