We build capacity by making education and training an integral part of our programs. This fosters self-reliance, and builds confidence, pride and self-esteem essential for sustainability.
International Medical Corps delivers all the basic services of strong maternal child health care and child survival, including lifesaving pre- and post-natal care in remote, demanding settings.
Consecutive dry rainy seasons have resulted in the worst drought in more than 60 years in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya. More than 10 million people in the region are on emergency food aid.
Our Center is engaged in field-based research and humanitarian projects to develop and implement emergency systems that meet the needs of underserved and vulnerable populations in crisis.
Created in 1999, this program home-delivers meals to children whose parents are living with AIDS or cancer and are physically and/or mentally unable to prepare their meals.