The Golden Hour

Training First Responders in Mosul

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Celebrating World Mental Health Day Worldwide

It is estimated that one in five people are affected by depression and anxiety in humanitarian emergencies and ongoing conflict. Yet, mental health services are often non-existent or not accessible. In fact, four out of five people with mental disorders do not receive care in low and middle income countries. As one of the few …

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Selected clips of International Medical Corps being featured on 60 Minutes, CNN, Fox News, NBC and other news outlets.


A preeminent First Responder, International Medical Corps provides emergency relief to those struck by disaster, no matter where they are, no matter what the conditions, working with them to recover, rebuild and gain the skills and tools required for self-reliance.
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International Medical Corps Ready to Respond in Aftermath of Hurricane Irma

International Medical Corps is prepared to deploy disaster response experts to provide lifesaving assistance as Hurricane Irma makes its way across the northern Caribbean and barrels toward southern Florida. Teams have already been established and stand ready to assess needs and provide lifesaving relief in the aftermath of the storm. Though the majority of International …

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Four Humanitarians Who Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

August 19th is World Humanitarian Day, which recognizes aid workers who deliver lifesaving relief, often at great risk to themselves. From Mosul to Mogadishu, International Medical Corps’ First Responders brave war, natural disaster, and disease to bring medical care and other services to people in need. Meet four courageous First Responders who are saving lives …

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Thank you for being there in 2016

Because of supporters like you, International Medical Corps has been able to respond to nearly every major humanitarian crisis around the world for over 30 years, alleviating suffering, building healthier communities and encouraging self-reliance through training. From our first humanitarian response in Afghanistan in 1984 through the Syrian refugee crisis and Hurricane Matthew in 2016, together we’ve changed millions of lives.