In 2022, the Orthopaedic Technicians at EMERGENCY’s Sulaymaniyah Rehabilitation Centre delivered 583 new prostheses. Colleagues like Rozhgar and Zhino make this possible. After graduating from Soran Prosthetics Institute, Rozhgar began her career as an ICU nurse. But, she says, “I…
Armed clashes between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) began this morning on the streets of the capital Khartoum.
Over three weeks, our surgical team saw Amir in the operating theatre every 48 hours.
Thank you for this daily revolution of justice. Thank you above all to those of you who have chosen once again to help us this year, because you believe in the only possible choice: the choice to support those in need.
One hypothesis could be that the engine has started working again and the boat is sailing towards Sicily, but we have no evidence of this.
EMERGENCY's Life Support concludes its fifth mission today. At sea since December 2022, it has rescued 619 people.
EMERGENCY and CRIMEDIM, a research group from the Università del Piemonte Orientale, have released a new report that explores access to care across the country based on data and testimony from over 1,800 Afghans.
staff at our Paediatric Centre in Nyala are working on this as part of the project Objective of Good Health in Sudan: Strengthening Human Capital and Quality Paediatric Health Services in South Darfur.
On Monday 27 March, an explosion took place near the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kabul.
Late last night, EMERGENCY's search and rescue ship Life Support received a report of a boat in distress in international waters off Libya.