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Pune is facing a shortage of ambulance services, so a couple has converted their van into an ambulance and now is helping underprivileged people reach the hospital on time without paying any charges.
The Emergency and Rescue Service in Congo. The city of Isiro is a city of about 150 thousand inhabitants, capital of the province of Haut-Uélé.
Timor Leste, an infirmary for the girls of Laga: a native of Lecco, a missionary nurse, who is also a doctor, works in the orphanage and lives in the Southeast Asian country since 1992.
Nigeria has a new ambulance, and it is the brightest of all. We do not know the brand, model or interior design, but it is definitely the most shining of all. Why? Because it was purchased by a group of poor women from the Jigawa state in…
Migrants, the COVID-19 has not only blocked the flows of those who leave their land due to war or poverty, but also those who have chosen to return home.
The International Committee of Red Cross (CICR) issued an interview with a French anesthesiologist who was inspired by medical missions in conflict countries. We wish to report the story of Nathalie, who treasured these adventures to spread…
Not only COVID-19, in Ethiopia the fear of contagion has another name: trachoma.
The UN Refugee Agency is saddened by the deaths of three Rohingya refugees who disembarked in northern Aceh, Indonesia last week. The situation, however, is very worrying for all the 293 people which are fleeing.
COVID-19 and delirious repressions: in Angola, a young doctor arrested because he did not wear the facemask. He was detained in jail and dies in controversial circumstances, with the suspicion that police violence caused his death.
After 40 days from the Beirut dock explosion, the International Committee of Red Cross in Lebanon declared that its food stocks caught fire during the blast. However, this did not stop Red Cross in providing relief.