On 20 December 2022, Afghanistan’s Ministry of Higher Education announced a ban on women attending university with immediate effect until further notice. EMERGENCY is very concerned about this measure, which, if not removed, will have a long-term negative impact on…
Thank you for standing with EMERGENCY in our efforts to bring more healing to the world. We are looking forward to seeing what more we can accomplish together in 2023.
"All operations were carried out with promptly by the rescue team," says Carlo Maisano, EMERGENCY’s SAR Project Coordinator
EMERGENCY is proud to join the civil fleet and defend human rights.
At our Paediatric Centre in Port Sudan, the only hospital located in one of the poorest areas of the city, we offer free and high-quality care to children up to the age of 14.
So many patients have travelled up and down these steps over the years, becoming familiar with their prostheses. Jabar is one of them.
23 years ago, EMERGENCY opened a First Aid Post in Afghanistan.
Today and every day, EMERGENCY reaffirms its support for persons with disabilities by providing free, high-quality healthcare.