"I trust them with my family. I trust them with my life". Find out how our work in Nepal extended a lifeline to Kalpana during here traumatic labour.
Read about the extraordinary determination of Sanja Devi who took action and, with the help of Duncan Hospital, escaped the cycle of sickness and poverty.
Rabekah fled a life of domestic abuse with her son when she was only 19 years old. She was struggling to take care of her grandparents and her young son until she received care support from EMMS-supported David Gordon Memorial Hospital. You can read her full story here.
Find out more about EMMS International's commitment in making the health and healthcare of women and girls a priority across all of our work.
We were delighted to have the UK government’s International Development Secretary, Penny Mordaunt MP join us today to celebrate the success of the ‘Every Life Matters’ appeal and announce the total raised.
Burns Night Dinner raises £29,500 which is matched AND matched again!
EMMS International are launching the Every Life Matters appeal with match funding from the UK government. No life should be wasted in hunger and pain.