Emergency Medical Care for Flood Victims

 
$4,686
$5,314
Raised
Remaining
Dec 30, 2011

Happy New Year!

2012 is almost here and we would like to take a moment to thank you for supporting our emergency response and long-term capacity building in Pakistan.

This year with the help of our amazing supporters, we were able to continue our relief efforts in Pakistan and around the world, as well as respond to crises in Libya, East Africa, and Japan. You can see for yourself -- click on the video below and hear firsthand from our staff on the frontlines, working in some of the most unstable and dangerous regions of the world.



And as we look to the future, we hope we can count on your support again.

Your generosity was crucial during our initial emergency response and it’s just as important now, as we work to help these devastated communities rebuild and recover. Please considering making a donation or using your new GlobalGiving gift card to help our rebuilding efforts.

Your donation will help us start 2012 strong!

On behalf of all of at International Medical Corps, thank you for your support.

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Project Leader

Chessa Latifi

Resource Development Officer
Santa Monica, CA United States

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Map of Emergency Medical Care for Flood Victims