EMERGENCY has treated over 12 million victims of war landmines and poverty. With your help, we can do even more.
EMERGENCY provides free, high-quality, long-term sustainable healthcare around the world by building hospitals, training local people to be medics, and treating people in need.
In light of the current conflict in Ukraine, our ‘Politruck’ (the largest of EMERGENCY’s mobile clinics, pictured above), has arrived in Moldova to provide nursing care, medicine, and psychological assistance to thousands of people fleeing the war in Ukraine, predominantly older people, women and children.
As EMERGENCY’s President, Rossella Miccio, summarises, “Our contribution must be effective. We must ensure our experience working in the midst of conflict is useful to those in need. EMERGENCY wants to be there for the Ukrainian people.”
Here’s the difference your support could make:
£5 is enough to pay for a whole day of meals for one of our hospital patients in Sierra Leone.
£25 is enough to pay for the treatment of a newborn child hospitalised in our Neonatal Intensive Care Ward in Afghanistan.
£100 is enough to pay for one year of post-operative therapy for a patient having heart valve replacement surgery in Sudan.
£750 is enough to pay for a prosthetic rehabilitation in Iraq for the loss of someone’s leg above the knee.
£2,500 is enough to fully run a First Aid Post for one month in rural areas of Afghanistan, meaning war victims in remote locations can still receive high-quality medical care.