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Training First Responders in Mosul

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Crisis Response Journal

Child Refugees Helping Others to Stay Healthy

Zaid Jalood, Community Health Officer with the International Medical Corps, reports on a project that has trained young displaced people in Iraq as community healthy workers to help prevent the health issues that can be endemic in refugee camps.

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UCONN

ER Doctor in Puerto Rico Reports on Hurricane Devastation

Dr. Robert Fuller, department chair and professor of emergency medicine at UConn Health, shares his first-hand account of how every single person in the Puerto Rico is being affected by the magnitude of the hurricane’s impact.

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PBS NewsHour

International Medical Corps fighting Famine in South Sudan

Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports on the hunger crisis in South Sudan, where countless numbers of people are on the run amid a brutal civil war. Communities hide in the wilderness to avoid violence, but there is nothing to eat, fueling a man-made famine as aid agencies struggle to reach people.

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60 Minutes

Fighting famine in war-torn South Sudan

Go behind the scenes as 60 Minutes reports from an International Medical Corps stabilization center in South Sudan, where doctors are fighting to save lives during a brutal famine.  

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