‘A Quiet Revolution’ is the first report from EMERGENCY, to be published on 15th October, and was created to analyse how the system set up by the organisation in that zone in Afghanistan can provide a model to be replicated in other areas in the country and elsewhere.
I take them in my arms as soon as I see them in the ward, when I can, I try to take some pictures so I can also see them again when I’m in Cagliari…waiting for the next call to come.
We still like to remember her surrounded by people who were given the chance of a new life by EMERGENCY.
And not just that: Nora Idris started dancing. While watching her, we felt like dancing with joy too.
We thank her for her courage, as we do all the men and women who risk their lives in this humanitarian crisis to save other people.
It’s what keeps us focused on our goal: to help people who think they’ve missed their chance, to let them live again.
commitment and desire for change that will continue to inspire us long into the future.
When you get to the heart of them, these stories are no different from the stories of you or I. They're stories about all of us."
We are pleased to share that Elena Nebiolo, an EMERGENCY volunteer, has been honoured with the “2018 Viacommunity Award Prize”.
Simply put, they provide care - in every sense of the word.