The International Medical Crisis Response Alliance has initiated a collaborative effort with Save the Children in Connecticut as a way of optimizing both outreach and effectiveness for both organizations. During the next few months IMCRA and STC will be exploring multiple avenues of collaboration in aid of refugee families both in CT and internationally.
While the primary focus of the collaborative program will be pediatric medicine, IMCRA's outreach will seek to serve families in general with a secondary focus on elderly family members and women, those most often tasked with child care.
Some events currently under consideration include a movie screening a fundraising dinner and outreach through the working alliance between Norwalk's synagogies and single mosque.
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