The Golden Hour

Training First Responders in Mosul

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Borgen Magazine

Success in Improving Mental Health in Lebanon

In response to a worldwide initiative to prevent and control mental health illnesses, the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health, in collaboration with the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the International Medical Corps, launched the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP) in May 2014 with the goal of reforming and improving mental health care in Lebanon.


Thank you for being there in 2017

Together, we saved lives, relieved suffering and provided training that helped communities around the world become more self-reliant. Thank you for the difference YOU made in 2017.

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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Peace Insight

Invisible Scars? Mental Health Provision in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is amongst the poorest countries in the world with alarming cases of mental health problems, worsened by events like the recent devastating floods. But support in psychological first aid (PFA) is giving renewed hope to victims of the recent mudslide disaster in Freetown.

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Al Monitor

One-of-a-kind Program Assists Children Traumatized by War

The original impetus behind Insan, an initiative launched in 2013, was to provide psychological treatment to Syrian children in Egypt suffering from the trauma of the civil war in their home country.


Regaining Courage, Control, and Confidence after Years of Abuse

Samia* and Khaled* married 13 years ago. They were both 23. Samia remembers their first five years of marriage fondly. The couple lived together in Burj Al Barajneh Palestinian camp in Beirut’s southern suburbs and soon had three children, Tareq*, Hani*, and Sara*. Then cracks in their relationship started to emerge. Khaled rarely worked, which …

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Funding Mental Health Before the Next Crisis

Two years after South Sudan gained independence, Dr. Inka Weissbecker, global mental health and psychosocial advisor for the International Medical Corps, toured the young country’s only mental health facility.


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