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Our Unending Focus on Security in Ukraine

At International Medical Corps, the safety and security of our staff is our foremost concern. We follow robust security protocols to minimize risk and ensure that our staff members can continue their lifesaving work.

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Our Unending Focus on Security in Ukraine

The volatile and rapidly evolving situation in Ukraine continues to pose safety threats to millions of people. In December, Russian attacks on residential and other civilian buildings, including critical energy and healthcare infrastructure, killed scores of people. In January, a missile strike on an apartment building in Dnipro killed at least 40 people, including several …

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With Your Help in 2022

In 2022, your support enabled our teams to provide services and support to more than 19 million people in 30 countries around the world. Watch this short video to see just a few examples of how you changed—and saved—lives. Thank you.
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Hygiene Kits Give Hope to Ukrainians

What emotions does a war evoke? Fear? Hopelessness? Grief? Anger? Over the past 10 months, the Ukrainians have felt all these, and more. They have lost their land, livelihoods and loved ones in the invasion, yet continue to show courage and commitment in the face of Russian aggression. But resilience and bravery are not enough—especially …

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Multi-purpose Cash Assistance Helps Ukrainians Keep Warm in Winter

An invasion that began in the cold month of February has dragged on into the cold months of the next winter. Russian forces have continued their attacks, focusing recently on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure with rockets and missiles—and leaving millions without power and heating at a time when temperatures have dropped well below zero. International Medical …

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International Medical Corps 2022 End-of-Year Briefing

Dr. Javed Ali, David Eastman and Susan Mangicaro, leaders of our emergency responses in Ukraine, East Africa and South Asia, and the US, look back at our work in 2022 and share key insights on our priorities for humanitarian relief in 2023.
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Ordinary Refugees, Extraordinary Resilience

Three women, three excruciating journeys. Like lines, converging and separating, weaving toward and away from each other over time, Alona, Anastasia and Natalia each were born and raised and were living in Ukraine when their lives suddenly shattered. Each woman remembers the exact moment when she got the news that war had come to her …

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PFA Training Helps Caregivers Care for Themselves as Well as Others

The Russian invasion has changed the daily life of every Ukrainian. Though the Ukraine army has been defending the country on the frontlines, medical workers have played a pivotal role, treating wounds and injuries caused by war, as well as “internal wounds” caused by acute stress. Dr. Taras Kushnir is living with the consequences of …

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