Helping Children in Gaza Break Free from Fear and Shame

Our child-protection programming helps children overcome emotional distress caused by violence and discover self-confidence.

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Relieving the Effects of Conflict With Women’s and Girl’s Safe Spaces

Though the November 2022 cessation of hostilities agreement was signed between the Ethiopian federal government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, the effects and trauma of the war in Tigray still linger among community members in the northern regions of Ethiopia. In the Afar region, displaced people, host communities and returnees are experiencing these compounding …

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The Humanitarian Impacts of Climate Change

Climate change is already affecting the frequency and severity of natural disasters, such as droughts, heatwaves, wildfires, storms and floods. Communities across the world—including in the United States—are facing repeated, widespread disruption and loss of livelihoods, resources and support systems, which undermines resilience and increases risk. For vulnerable communities and those already facing conflict, displacement and disease, climate change is leading to prolonged states of crisis. In this video, International Medical Corps experts discuss the health-related impacts of climate change, and how it will change humanitarian operations.

Bringing Vaccines to Children in Remote Areas of Cameroon

Immunization means protection. Before International Medical Corps began offering primary health and nutrition services in Oshie, a village in Northwest Cameroon, the integrated health center (IHC) was not functional. This meant that people living in the town and its surrounding villages had to travel to Njikwa District Hospital, which is 8 km (5 miles) away …

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CNN International

Providing Humanitarian Aid After Libya Flooding

International Medical Corps’ David Eastman explains how the organization has been rushing medicines and medical supplies to the hard-hit city of Derna.

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We Are Responding to the Earthquake in Morocco

Late on Friday, September 8, a 6.8-magnitude struck a mountainous region of central Morocco, about 45 miles southwest of the historic city of Marrakech. The quake was followed by a series of powerful aftershocks. Almost 3,000 people have been killed, thousands have been injured and tens of thousands have lost their homes. These numbers will …

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