International Medical Corps

Salam is a psychologist working with the International Medical Corps in Jordan. In this vlog, part of HuffPost’s Christmas
24-year-old Nyawal is learning crocheting and beading and has recently enrolled in numeracy and literacy classes, where, she
While the magnitude of suffering in Mosul is almost impossible to fully comprehend, I have witnessed incredible transformations that show the strength of the human spirit. In Mosul, people are engaged and committed to supporting their communities - helping us create a network that will have a lasting legacy for families in need.
When Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, killing thousands of people and causing widespread devastation, Nurse Christine Casimir accepted the call to help without hesitation.
As more and more refugees find themselves seeking safety in Turkey, and the Syrian war rages on with no end in sight, it
The lowest point came when her children dropped out of school, their time dominated with the need to forage for wild cabbage
Amer has always loved studying. Even when civil war erupted in his home country of Syria, Amer and his siblings continued
For the first time in four years, nine-year-old Aysha is attending school and dreaming of becoming a doctor, but it was not
Imagine you are in the home of a refugee, discussing the horrors they have lived through, when they serve you the only food they have as a sign of honour. What would you do?
As the Syrian civil war continues into its fifth year, more than 2.7 million Syrian refugees are now living in Turkey. There is little hope among Syrians to return to their country in the near future, and Turkey has become home for large numbers of refugee families with children.