Intl Medical Corps


International Medical Corps saves lives and relieves suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

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Thank you ‘s for the special guest briefing at our headquarters & your continued partnership

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Our Global Ambassador Sienna Miller visits #Ethiopia camps for Somali refugees to raise awareness of #famine

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Photo: Emergency response team member @ #Tunisia #Libya border; on Monday alone an estimated 1,200 fled to Tunisia

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Photo: Emergency Response team member John Ferguson buys baby food to deliver to evacuation centers in #Japan:

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Our volunteer Dr. Joyce assessing needs in Sendai #Japan - Text MED to 80888 from cell to give $10 to our response

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“We saw first-hand how extensive the material & human damage of tsunami & earthquake was,” - Dr. Ikuhara

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International Medical Corps volunteer Dr. Jalil @ #Egypt / #Libya border treats a young man fleeing the violence

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Our teams unloading medical kits donated by OFDA @ #Libya border clinic in #Egypt

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Our teams delivering medicines to Intl Org for Migration doctors @ #Libya border clinic in #Egypt

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Our emergency team has deployed! Photo: REUTERS Evacuated employees near damaged Sendai brewery, northeast #Japan

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We’ve been a leading responder to emergencies in 50+ countries incl. 2004 Asian #tsunami, & 2010 Haiti #earthquake

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While #Japan has a large capacity to manage a disaster of this scale, we will respond as needed.

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Our team found # of latrines and washing areas insufficient for large # of refugees @ border camp in #Tunisia

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UN estimates 180K have fled #Libya to #Tunisia, #Egypt & Niger. Majority are migrant workers w/limited resources

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Check out the #worldcup game schedule w/ #HIV #AIDS info we passed out during Natl HIV testing day in #Haiti

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This is the same girl that I sent to the USS Comfort on one of my last days in the ED tents and was very impressed with the local people's willingness to help. Her mother was also injured and could not help her get around and she needed to get to the rest

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Nurse Greg Hynes:"Almost all care was given in the dark w/ a head torch with the supplies carried on your back..."

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We build wells, latrines, and large-scale water treatment and waste management systems to help prevent waterborne illness. #haiti

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Without clean water and sanitation, public health cannot be achieved. #haiti

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The rain has just started to fall in Port-au-Prince.

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