In 2005 Dr Martina Fuchs, founder and CEO at Real Medicine Foundation (RMF), took her pediatric skills to Sri Lanka to assist in the relief efforts of the catastrophic 2004 Southeast Asian tsunami. What began as a one-person humanitarian response to deliver medical assistance quickly evolved into a broader reconceptualisation of humanitarian work in post-disaster settings. Continue →
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Vincent Fevrier: What will Brexit mean for International NGOs?
As the dust settles, a bit, following the United Kingdom’s June 23 referendum as to whether or not the country would leave or remain in the European Union, it has become apparent that promises made during the preceding campaign might not be upheld, and that uncertainty will be the norm for a while. Continue →