International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps is a global humanitarian nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through healthcare training, disaster relief, and long-term development programs.
Rebuild Indonesia’s Health Care System
 
$110
$14,890
Raised
Remaining
International Medical Corps is providing lifesaving health care services and training for local health workers after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake devastated Padang, Indonesia in September. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Medical Care for Flood Victims
 
$4,686
$5,314
Raised
Remaining
Over 1.5 million people displaced by massive flooding in Pakistan. International Medical Corps is on the ground, providing emergency medical care and relief to thousands of men, women and children. project reportread updates from the field
Building Resilience in Japan
 
$163,281
$36,719
Raised
Remaining
48 hours after the 9.0 Richter scale earthquake and tsunami hit Japan in March 2011, International Medical Corps' teams were on the ground. Our work continues. With this project, International Medical Corps continues to aid in recovery efforts as we help local organizations plan and prepare for the future through capacity-building and emergency preparedness planning - so that communities can support the most vulnerable, and families are better able to respond and recover from future disasters. project reportread updates from the field
Help Survivors of Turkey's 7.2 Earthquake
 
$0
$10,000
Raised
Remaining
International Medical Corps' team on the ground in Ankara, Turkey is monitoring the situation following the 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck hit the southeastern part of the country and is on standby to respond as needed. project reportread updates from the field
With Japan, We Prepare Together
 
$730
$99,270
Raised
Remaining
Within 48 hours of 2011 disaster in Japan, International Medical Corps had teams on the ground, working hand in hand with local agencies to fill essential gaps and reduce suffering. Today, International Medical Corps and Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) seek to build the capacity of communities and agencies to improve preparations for rescue, relief, and recovery efforts that reflect the needs of the entire population, including those persons with disabilities (PWDs). project reportread updates from the field
By Sea or Donkey, Delivering Medicine to the Field
 
$0
$50,000
Raised
Remaining
International Medical Corps supports hundreds of health centers in under-served communities. We work hand-in-hand with partners who donate medicine and supplies to at-risk populations, especially women and children, who would otherwise not have access to lifesaving drugs. These donations provide medicine to fight infection, diarrhea, malaria, and more. But we need your help - while medicines and supplies are donated, the cost of shipping to the most remote locations in the world is often not. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Relief for Victims of Cyclone Phailin
 
$10
$84,990
Raised
Remaining
International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Team is on the ground in India following Cyclone Phailin, a powerful cyclone that struck the country's east coast on October 12. International Medical Corps' emergency response doctors are on the ground, determining the needs of the more than 8 million people affected by this storm. The Indian government's preparation saved countless lives, but survivors now need emergency medical care and non-food items like tents and water purification equipment. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Relief for Victims of the Balkan Floods
 
$1,915
$23,085
Raised
Remaining
International Medical Corps has deployed teams to the Balkans after massive flooding that has killed 47 people and displaced tens of thousands more. The heaviest rains in more than a century sparked floods across Bosnia and Serbia, leading to the evacuations of over 60,000 people. Up to two million people could potentially be affected. International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Teams deploying to the region include experts in logistics as well as water, sanitation and hygiene. project reportread updates from the field
Response to Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu
 
$627
$24,373
Raised
Remaining
Tropical Cyclone Pam made landfall on Vanuatu and the capital island of Efate with a population of 66,000. The capital city of Port Vila suffered a direct hit by the storm, which was the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane. This is the strongest storm to make landfall since Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in 2013, and the humanitarian impact is expected to be high. UNICEF is reporting that the full force of Pam was dramatically worse than had been initially predicted. project reportread updates from the field
 

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