On 4 November 2018 in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of EMERGENCY’s Maternity Hospital in Panjshir, Anabah, an outbreak of an unknown and as yet not determined origin was registered. Twelve newborns, who were already in a critical condition…
It’s not every day that we get to catch up with a former patient and hear about their new life.
Sometimes our patients respond with a smile - sometimes with quiet, dignified determination.
EMERGENCY has always believed that access to free medical care is a fundamental human right and must be available to everyone.
Kabul is at the epicentre of the conflict in Afghanistan.
The exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to witness the skill and dedication that goes into constructing the highest quality medical facilities.
The facility has treated over 5,000 war victims since it opened in 1998
One year ago, Abdul Jabbar, a young man from Kabul, was shot during a firefight just an hour before his wedding.
EMERGENCY's Outpatient Clinic in Polistena, Italy, provides free healthcare to migrant and refugee workers suffering from illnesses deriving from the harsh living and working conditions they are forced into.
EMERGENCY UK was proud to participate in the launch of a significant report to Parliament on the impact on explosive violence and victim assistance.