EMERGENCY gives hope to disabled people to return back into society, with a combination of high quality of prostheses and economic independence.
We echo the call to #ProtectHealthWorkers
Life shouldn't be like this. Civilians are #NotATarget
Today, on 4 April, we observe the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
This International Mine Awareness Day, EMERGENCY reaffirms its commitment to treating the victims of these inhumane and indiscriminate weapons.
EMERGENCY staff report from the field where Iraq's landmine problem continues to affect innocent civilians, many of whom are children.
"That's what I've learnt about bullets, shrapnel and landmines. And it's something you won't find in the books."
By hosting the world’s largest arms fair, the UK government plays an active role in perpetuating the vicious cycle of conflict.
EMERGENCY's three hospitals in Afghanistan have admitted more than 14,000 injured by bullet, more than 7000 injured by explosion and more than 4000 injured by landmines