Emergency Response

Insulin Reaches Syrian Children with Diabetes

As the global disease burden continues to shift from communicable to non-communicable diseases, type 1 and type 2 diabetes have emerged as […]

A Puerto Rico Community Powers Its Future

(Español) When 85-year-old Don Andrés Rodríguez Rodríguez described the place where he grew up, he answered without hesitation. “Perfect, my community is […]

Syrian NGOs Respond in Wake of Douma Attacks

An attack on the Syrian town of Douma Saturday killed more than 40 people and injured hundreds, many of them women and children. […]

Six Months After Hurricane Maria, Recovery Continues in Puerto Rico

 This coming week, the world will remember how tragedy struck Puerto Rico six months ago. Hurricane Maria churned a devastating path […]

Puerto Rico Launches Largest Single-Day Public Health Campaign Since Hurricane Maria

  One of the world’s largest-ever one-day vaccination campaigns happened Saturday, March 10, across Puerto Rico. Thanks to a daylong event conducted […]

As Conflict Continues, Critical Medicines Arrive in Syria

More than $11 million worth of medicines have arrived in Syria and will be distributed to more than two dozen health facilities […]