This is Mohammed. We first met him in Milan almost a year ago through our Italy Programme, which provides free healthcare and social support to marginalised people and communities. He comes from The Gambia and arrived in Italy in 2013, landing in Lampedusa. Before going to…
There seems to be no possibility for peace or respite for the people of this country.”
On 5 November, a fuel tanker exploded in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.
“It took us three hours to find her. She was unrecognisable. It was her who recognised us."
"The humanitarian situation in South Darfur is very difficult. A large part of the population lives in extreme poverty without access to basic health services. The high rate of malnutrition makes the needs of the youngest children increasingly urgent."
Earlier this year, our amazing friends at ISHKAR started a photography print fundraiser for EMERGENCY’s healthcare projects across Afghanistan.
The thread of solidarity, inclusion and diversity she created throughout Europe must stay intact.
Elise Blanchard, journalist and photographer for Agence France-Presse (AFP), has collected children’s stories from across Afghanistan.
We received 21 patients, one of whom was dead on arrival.