Wave of Protests in Sierra Leone: 14 Injured People Received, An EMERGENCY Vehicle Caught Up in the Violence
"We are working to treat patients, expand the number of beds and stock up on food and water to cope with this crisis."
“I Chose to Join EMERGENCY for Constant, Daily Training”
“My work is valuable. You have to be in love with it and be patient and careful. When you love what you do, everything is possible.”
“The Lye Programme Saved My Life”
For a full year after her accident, Aisha had to be fed by her mother from a bottle.
Sierra Leone: Swallowing Lye Is Still One Of The Main Causes Of Admission Of Child Patients At Our Surgical Centre In Goderich.
The Lye Programme now under way at our centre has the twofold aim of treating the chemical’s victims and raising public awareness of the problem.
Sierra Leone: Alie, two-years-old, has already fallen victim to lye.
Alie’s family did not know what to do about his accident. To ease his pain, they gave him palm oil to drink.
“Best Performing Medical Emergency Response Team”
An award for supporting the country at the most difficult times.
Peaceful Greetings from Everyone at EMERGENCY.
We wish all those celebrating a very happy festive season.
We Are Here to Help During This Difficult Time For the Country
On 5 November, a fuel tanker exploded in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.
“Why Global Surgery? Why Now?”
To work globally, surgery needs a global approach.