F’s eyes fill with both joy and sadness as he recognises the EMERGENCY logo
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.
The conditions are inhumane, shameful, degrading.
We’re visiting the makeshift camps in the Rosarno area, Calabria, where migrants who come to the area annually to harvest oranges every year live.
The shacks that burned have been replaced by ash and mud.
The aim of the seminar is to provide participants with the basic principles of the treatment of patients in low income and war-torn Countries.
They are people with first-hand experience of the brutal migration politics of the last few months.
'The little girl was the first off the ship, accompanied by her mum. She was in a very bad way, with dyspnea and arrhythmia.'
Ahad Abdulah, who is 10 years old, suffered facial injuries when a bomb landed near him.
J. is one of the survivors of the shipwreck on 6 November, 30 miles off the Libyan coast.