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Six-Month Update: Our Emergency Responses in Israel and Gaza

International Medical Corps’ field hospital in Gaza is currently providing lifesaving medical services to as many as 800 civilians every day.

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A Journey to Healing and Hope

Syria has been in the midst of a civil war since 2011, leading to significant humanitarian crises, displacement and destruction of infrastructure. The millions of Syrians who have been internally displaced have placed a strain on resources and services. The many challenges and hardship associated with the Syrian conflict have severely strained the healthcare system, …

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Restoring Hope and Building Resilience

After 13 years of crisis, most Syrians face a context of continuing humanitarian decline. The country has one of the largest populations of internally displaced people in the world, with millions of people in need since the beginning of the crisis. Humanitarian and economic indicators continue to deteriorate, while basic services are collapsing. Within the …

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Nurturing Hope Amid Healthcare Disparities

Abdul’s parents were deeply concerned about their child, as he struggled with and suffered from recurrent seizures that affected his development. Our mobile medical teams were there to help.

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Lifting Up Syria Through Humanitarian Assistance – and Basketball

In many ways, Sharif Al Osh is a typical International Medical Corps staff member. Each day, he goes to the office in Damascus, Syria, where he works as a Grants Manager—acting as the bridge between the programme and support units, communicating with donors and headquarters, and preparing grant reports. After work, he goes to the …

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We Are Responding to the Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

At 4:17 a.m. local time on February 6, a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Turkey near the city of Gaziantep, along the border with Syria. Just 11 minutes later, the region was struck again, by a 6.7 magnitude aftershock. These strong quakes were followed by more in the early afternoon, with a 7.5 magnitude …

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