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What we do

By building high-quality, sustainable medical centers (rather than temporary or minimal-care facilities), EMERGENCY partners with the local population in war-torn and impoverished communities to provide healthcare services that reach beyond walls to heal communities.

Since 1994 EMERGENCY teams have provided assistance to over 7,000,000 people, and trained over 10,000 medical professionals.

EMERGENCY USA supports construction and management of international projects for medical care:

Hospitals specifically dedicated to war and trauma victims, providing skilled surgical intervention in emergencies

Hospitals specifically dedicated to war and trauma victims, providing skilled surgical intervention in emergencies


Physical and social rehabilitation centers for victims of anti-personnel mines and other war injuries

Physical and social rehabilitation centers for victims of anti-personnel mines and other war injuries


First aid posts for emergency treatment and healthcare centers for primary care

First aid posts for emergency treatment and healthcare centers for primary care


Regional hospitals offering specialized medical and surgical care in places where unmet needs are demonstrated

Regional hospitals offering specialized medical and surgical care in places where unmet needs are demonstrated


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July 26, 2016
Patients recover in a ward at the Emergency hospital in Lashkargah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Sunday, August 25, 2013.  From January to July 2013, the Emergency Hospital in Lashkargah admitted 1167 war wounded patients, an increase of 90% over the year before, over one third of them minors. As the pullout of US troops continues and fighting increases between the Afghan forces and the Taliban, more and more civilians are being killed and wounded. According to a UNAMA report civilian casualties are up 23% in 2013, and 74% are caused by the Taliban.

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