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So far 47 people have been killed and over 125,000 have been evacuated from their homes. They urgently need food, baby food, nappies, clothing, water, medications, tents, generators, and water purification sets.
Up to 2 million people could be affected by the heaviest rains in more than a century that have sparked floods across Bosnia and Serbia. So far 47 people have been killed and over 125000 have been evacuated from their homes. They urgently need food, baby food, nappies, clothing, water, ...
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Here are our favourite photos from 2013. They're from our work in Central African Republic, Turkey, Jordan, Sierra Leone, the Philippines, Mali and India. 

Some great photos take by our staff and professionals alike.
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Having operated in CAR since 2007, International Medical Corps’ local teams are monitoring ongoing developments and are responding to the escalating humanitarian crisis by delivering vital health care services. The organisation is prepared to expand and deliver a comprehensive humanitarian response as needed.
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As part of 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence we let Ara, an International Medical Corps Gender Based Violence counsellor, write about the challenges of her job working with Afghan refugees in Pakistan. #16days  
An International Medical Corps worker tells her experience fighting gender based violence among Afghan refugees in Pakistan
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Amazing clips! From the UK team we want to say a big thanks to Olga and the other midwives. They're superstars and this footage shows it!
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We have a team on the ground in the Philippines following Super Typhoon Haiyan, which has left widespread devastation, affecting 4.3 million people, including nearly 620,000 who fled their homes. 

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International Medical Corps has a team on the ground in the Philippines following Super Typhoon Haiyan, which has left widespread devastation, affecting 4.3 million people, including nearly 620000 who fled their homes. Authorities estimate the death toll from the typhoon, one of the most ...
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Our ambassador Sienna Miller visited Lebanon last week to raise awareness about the ongoing Syria crisis – now well into its fourth year – and the enormous impact the war is having on both Syrian refugees and the communities in Lebanon that are assisting them. The estimated 1.1 million Syrians ...
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Meet Richard, he's a #FirstResponder. Support him and all those who respond to disasters worldwide. 
www.firstresponderscampaign.org.uk
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Our team in Central African Republic set up clinics in a church where 10,000 people are taking refuge, see what that meant:
The security and humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic continues to deteriorate. The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) has increased as the fighting has escalated. There are now an estimated 614000 people displaced from their homes across the country, of which 189000 ...
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This coming Sunday (1 December) is World AIDs Day 2013. 

Have you got your red ribbon yet? Taking part in any events to mark the day?

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This World AIDS Day (December 1, 2013), UNAIDs reports accelerated progress in the fight against HIV/ AIDS in most parts of the world, indicating that we are closer than ever to reaching our goal of ending the epidemic. Last year, there were 2.3 million new HIV infections – the lowest number ...
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We've been getting great photos from our team in the Philippins as they reach many communities with the first medical aid they've seen since Haiyan hit.
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Thank you very much Rose. I hope you're keeping safe.
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We are a global humanitarian organisation rebuilding lives through health care, training and community development
Introduction
Welcome to the International Medical Corps UK page. We work in over 25 countries around the world, offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations. Through these activities International Medical Corps UK rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.