Although the refugee crisis is no longer front page news, there are still thousands of people who rely on Doctors of the World to provide healthcare.
Our volunteers and staff are there treating people from the beaches of Italy and
We also run 23 medical centres and mobile clinics in Syria, helping the millions who have been caught up in the devastating conflict.
No one should suffer or die because they can’t access medical care
£10 could pay for a basic hygiene kit for a refugee, which includes basic toiletries such as toothpaste and soap.
£52 could cover the costs of accommodation and food for a volunteer doctor working in a refugee camp or the costs of our interpreters.
Like Kharman, a 55-year-old Londoner, who works as an interpreter in northern ’s refugee camps. She helps the camps’ pregnant women and new mothers explain their health problems to our volunteer medics. When a woman is referred to hospital, she heads there with them.
“We see a lot of Yazidi women who are fleeing ISIS. These are people who have lost everything,” says