Emanuele Nannini, EMERGENCY’s Country Director in Afghanistan, joined a roundtable last Tuesday, where he shared how hospitals perceive the current status of humanitarian aid in the country. “Healthcare is always one of the most affected areas, just as it is…
To all the midwives who have worked here, and the team at the hospital today, thank you.
A. thanks us because she has found a "safe place" where she can cry and vent her anguish without fear of falling apart.
EMERGENCY is supporting the social and medical needs of the victims of this war.
An award for supporting the country at the most difficult times.
We treat the atrocious consequences of this explosive violence.
the European Union can come together to uphold its values of respect for human rights and protecting those fleeing persecution, war and violence.
3 million people died since the Omicron variant emerged, shattering perceptions that the pandemic is over.
There are striking parallels between COVID-19 and another deadly pandemic: HIV.
We invite you to attend.