We’re hard at work with our staff, providing constant training to prevent contagion and offer psychological help and general support to the weakest people in society
Africa’s right to equality starts with Africa’s health.
and I say to myself that these are the moments, or rather the gifts, that give meaning to everything that each of us does with, and thanks to, EMERGENCY.”
Dear Rose, I’m writing to you this Mother’s Day, at this challenging time for humanity, for you and me and for all mothers and their children. You should never forget one thing: tough times don’t last, but tough people do!…
We have a role to play. Doing our part to support this city, these people, this healthcare system, this country.
EMERGENCY’s team of approximately 20 people will consist of doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, and logisticians, who will run the intensive and sub-intensive care wards.
Here's to the elimination of racial discrimination, once and for all.
To contain the outbreak, we must intercept as many people as possible, especially those who live on the margins of society."
Medicine can’t stop. Neither can solidarity with one another in these difficult times.
Zarbibi and Maysaa are two brave women. To them, and all the women who fight every day to improve the world, we dedicate this #InternationalWomenDay2020