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International Medical Corps

The global first responder provides training and delivers emergency health care and related services to those affected by conflict, natural disaster, and disease anywhere in the world.

Delivering Short- and Long-Term Support When Disaster Strikes

International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps was established in 1984 in response to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan during the Soviet Union occupation. The organization trained Afghan civilians as medics and provided supplies so they could treat their fellow residents in their communities. Over the years, International Medical Corps has responded to crises in nearly 30 countries across five continents, delivering emergency medical relief to those in immediate need, and following up with programs that support adequate water, sanitation, and hygiene services as well as mental health, nutrition and food security. By providing resources and training to local residents so that they can become first responders. the organization empowers the communities that it aids and supports them not just in the hours and days after a catastrophe happens, but in the weeks, months, and years ahead.

GRoW Support


Disaster Relief - Zimbabwe


Disaster Relief - Mexico and Caribbean Islands


General Operating Support