Once ready, our doctors, nurses, and logisticians will treat and support those in need
What we need to do is to respect rules, do our part and look at society as a whole.” our President Rossella Miccio, today at RTR World.
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.
“Everybody needs this mindset - that I have to protect others from myself because I might be contagious.” Rossella Miccio.
Here's to the elimination of racial discrimination, once and for all.
Homeless people, migrants living in shelters, seasonal workers living in shacks. At the moment we are doing our best to help the many people at risk from two things – being ill and being abandoned,” says Rossella Miccio, President of EMERGENCY.
As always, thank you for whatever you can do.
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