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Emergency Response to the Conflict in Sudan

Our teams in CAR, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Sudan are responding to the critical needs of displaced and conflict-affected people.

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Emergency Response to the Conflict in Sudan

On April 15, clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces erupted in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. Due to the conflict, large segments of the population have been completely cut off from essential services, hundreds have been killed nationwide and thousands have been injured. Sudan has long been plagued by tribal …

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International Medical Corps partners with KSRelief and Gamers Without Borders to respond to drought and malnutrition in Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen

With generous support from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre (KSRelief), and from Gamers Without Borders, International Medical Corps is implementing healthcare, nutrition and emergency response programs to support underserved, drought-affected communities in Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen.    Countries across Africa and the Middle East are experiencing an …

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March Snapshots 2023

Prioritizing Staff Well-Being Providing humanitarian assistance in disaster and crisis situations can take a toll on the physical and mental health of frontline first responders. Because many of our staff are local to the communities they serve, they often can be directly affected by a crisis at the same time they’re working to provide lifesaving …

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Marking Twelve Years of War in Syria

March 15, 2023, marks 12 years since the start of the Syrian conflict. We’ve been providing healthcare services to vulnerable people in Syria since 2008. In addition to supporting people displaced by conflict, we’re providing emergency support to survivors of the recent earthquake.
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Earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria Lead to a Rapid Response

On February 6, massive 7.8- and 7.5-magnitude earthquakes struck southern Türkiye along its border with Syria, leaving more than 50,000 dead. The initial earthquakes were followed by thousands of aftershocks, including a 6.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked Türkiye’s Hatay province just two weeks later, causing additional damage. The first earthquake on February 6 struck while most …

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