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Lightning Strikes Twice as Doctors Tackle Malnutrition in South Sudan

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#Snapshots September 2020

We Are Continuing to Fight COVID-19 Around the World Around the world, we’re continuing to help people in need as we adapt our healthcare and training programs to the demands of COVID-19. Responding in the United States In the United States, we’ve partnered with hospitals, clinics and nursing homes in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New …

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For the Sake of Humanity

Susan Mangicaro reflects on waging battle in coronavirus-torn New York City.

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Global Ambassador Sienna Miller accepts a Television Humanitarian Award

September 17, 2020. Sienna Miller, Global Ambassador for International Medical Corps, receives a Television Humanitarian Award from The Creative Coalition. "I know we all feel this huge responsibility to give back and make a difference I'm so grateful to have found the heroes of International Medical Corps to be able to amplify their voices and their work."
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#Snapshots August

Providing Lifesaving Support to the Survivors of the Explosion in Lebanon On Tuesday, August 4, a massive explosion tore through the city of Beirut. Because we were already in the country providing a range of health services, we were able to respond immediately and provide help to survivors and support to hospitals and health facilities …

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International Medical Corps and CHRISTUS Spohn Partner to Respond to COVID-19 Surge in Corpus Christi Area

The International Medical Corps field units enable hospitals to expand triage and treatment space at existing facilities, improve patient flow and keep COVID-19 patients separated from other patients. Depending on the configuration chosen, hospitals can potentially treat hundreds of extra patients per day with the units, which can include patient beds, medical examination supplies, portable …

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Hurricane Laura: International Medical Corps Stands Ready to Deploy

Hurricane Laura made landfall on the Louisiana and Texas coasts as a dangerous Category 4 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds as high as 150 mph. It created dangerous storm surges and flooding along hundreds of miles of coast, and is bringing high winds far inland, creating enormous disruptions in lives and livelihoods, especially to areas …

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#Snapshots July

Fighting COVID-19 Around the World COVID-19 cases continue to rise globally and our teams worldwide are still hard at work in the fight against the virus. Responding in the United States As case numbers continue to rise throughout the US, we’re coordinating with partners in a number of hotspots, including California, Florida and Texas. In …

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US COVID-19 Response

Update on International Medical Corps’ US COVID-19 response.
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