Violence leaves scars. Not only physical, but mental ones too. We witness this first-hand at our clinics in southern Italy, where we offer free psychological support. Many of our patients there are migrants who have endured unimaginable suffering on their…
EMERGENCY is proud to announce that Giulio Piscitelli’s award-winning photographic exhibition Zakhem | Wounds: When War Comes Home is coming to London.
"Because we believe every heartbeat matters” World Heart Federation – and we might add, it doesn’t matter where it beats or whose heartbeat is.
The last thing we want is to see her again in the hospital; she belongs amongst other children, living the life that every child like her deserves.
I try to take some pictures so I can also see them again when I’m in Cagliari…waiting for the next call to come.
And not just that: Nora Idris started dancing. While watching her, we felt like dancing with joy too.
Human rights do not come with a price tag.
Luigi discovered EMERGENCY in 2013 through one of our volunteers, and since then he has worked to support migrants and vulnerable people in our projects in Italy.
Monica Pinna of EuroNews reports once again from our hospital in Kabul, meeting patients affected by the intense and long-lasting war in Afghanistan, and the medical staff who work around the clock to provide them with treatment.
It’s what keeps us focused on our goal: to help people who think they’ve missed their chance, to let them live again.