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What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids. What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids. What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids. What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids. What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids.

What did your mum want you to be when you grew up? These Sierra Leone mums answer for their kids.

The refugee camps in Maban County South Sudan are almost 1 year old. We’ve been busy! The refugee camps in Maban County South Sudan are almost 1 year old. We’ve been busy! The refugee camps in Maban County South Sudan are almost 1 year old. We’ve been busy!

The refugee camps in Maban County South Sudan are almost 1 year old. We’ve been busy!

Ahead of the London Somalia conference on May 7th, we’re looking at our work in Somalia Ahead of the London Somalia conference on May 7th, we’re looking at our work in Somalia

Ahead of the London Somalia conference on May 7th, we’re looking at our work in Somalia

Know the facts about Malaria in Africa. Find out more

The female Anopheles mosquito requires blood to nurture her eggs. Their bite spreads malaria - A disease which kills a child every second of every day.

International Medical Corps marks World Malaria Day 2013

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Some of our favourite photos from last year. See more at our website Some of our favourite photos from last year. See more at our website Some of our favourite photos from last year. See more at our website Some of our favourite photos from last year. See more at our website

Some of our favourite photos from last year. See more at our website

An Introduction to International Medical Corps

The key to our success in Iraq was building relationships and establishing trust.

The moment I knew our mission would succeed was the day that the most powerful Sheikh in the city invited me to marry his daughter. As a married man, I politely declined, but I am very proud of what we achieved in Iraq at this most difficult of times.

Dr. Tariq Hasoon,  National Medical Director, International Medical Corps Iraq