Professional burnout

Professional burnout

As Ukraine continues to grapple with ongoing conflict and a growing humanitarian crisis, its communities require assistance on numerous fronts. And while emergency relief efforts and reconstruction are vital, we strongly believe in addressing psychological support –...
Fostering Psychosocial Healing and Empowerment

Fostering Psychosocial Healing and Empowerment

Due to ongoing challenges and daily hardships, the demand for comprehensive well-being transcends mere physical health. An integrated approach that addresses the profound impact on mental, emotional, and social dimensions is needed, especially for the most vulnerable....
‘It was like Armageddon’

‘It was like Armageddon’

It was a once in a generation event. On 6th February 2023 at 4:17am, on a bitterly cold winter night, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit south-eastern Türkiye and northern Syria, followed by another almost as large a few hours later. The largest to hit the region for 84...
Syria and Turkiye one year after the earthquakes

Syria and Turkiye one year after the earthquakes

When two earthquakes struck Syria and Türkiye on 6th February 2023, killing more than 59,000 people and leaving millions homeless without access to basic shelter, nutrition and health services. Medair was one of the first NGOs to mobilise and arrive in location...
Revitalising Hope in Blue Nile

Revitalising Hope in Blue Nile

In the heart of Blue Nile, where the echoes of conflict and displacement reverberate through the landscape, the health and nutrition crisis deepens its grip on vulnerable communities. The situation is dire, marked by widespread food insecurity, limited healthcare...
Living amidst shelling

Living amidst shelling

Oleksandr and Halyna, both in their seventies, lived in a peaceful village where their day-to-day was blissful, and uneventful – until one day, their house was struck by a missile, damaging the roof and foundations and leaving their picturesque house almost...
Joining Forces for the Vulnerable

Joining Forces for the Vulnerable

“We prefer when it rains during the day,” Napita tells us. She is 36 and recently fled the fighting in Khartoum with her family back to her old home, South Sudan. “It’s dark at night and we can’t see the poisonous snakes around us, which...