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2011

ANNUAL REPORT

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Annual Message

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Mission Statement

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Program Activities Map

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What We Do / Our Philosophy

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2011 By the Numbers

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Our Priorities, Our Successes

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Milestones

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Partnerships for Humanitarian Action

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Financial Statements

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Board of Directors

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Annual Support

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How You Can Help

Cover Photo by Jaya Vadlamudi

International Medical Corps 2011 Annual Report

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Annual Message Dear Friends of International Medical Corps: What remarkable change we witnessed in 2011. It was a year that revealed the heights and depths of humanity tremendous suffering, yet also tremendous achievement. Once again, International Medical Corps responded to both sudden and chronic crises on four continents, delivering emergency relief and development programs that focus on training local people so that they can once again become self-reliant. International Medical Corps mobilized emergency response teams in East Africa, where the worst drought in 60 years unleashed widespread hunger, displaced more than a million people, and triggered a famine in Somalia that killed tens of thousands. We implemented nutrition programs targeting the most vulnerable particularly children under 5 years of age - as well as water, sanitation and hygiene programs to stave off the threat of diarrheal and other diseases. When a massive earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, we responded immediately, hitting the ground within 48 hours and reaching out to the hardest-hit communities with essential supplies, medicines, and critically needed mental health support services, all in collaboration with local partners.

As uprisings across the Arab world exploded in the winter and continued to reverberate throughout the year, International Medical Corps was there, providing lifesaving relief to hundreds of thousands of people caught up by conflict in Libya, Tunisia, and Syria. True to our mission, we trained local health care workers even in the midst of hostilities, enabling them to become an active part of relief activities, as well as to lay the foundation for long-term recovery. In other places like Darfur, Haiti, Afghanistan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, we carried out our relief operations while continuing our training programs, helping restore people’s lives with dignity and hope. Our ability to be flexible, innovative and effective is the cornerstone of our work. We are able to respond whenever and wherever we are needed most because of the support we receive from individuals, corporations, foundations, government and UN agencies, and other partners who play a vital role in our program activities. We are deeply grateful for the confidence and trust that you place in us. We hope that you take great pride in what we have all achieved together and look forward to your continued support. Sincerely,

Robert R. Simon, M.D. Founder & Chairman

Nancy A. Aossey President & CEO

International Medical Corps Mission: From Relief to Self-Reliance International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Our mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in areas worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

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Mission Statement

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AFGHANISTAN Primary and secondary health care, medical training, continuing medical education, hospital administration reforms, maternal/ child health care, nutritional support, health capacity strengthening, health education, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, returnee assistance, mental health, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction. BURUNDI Primary health care, health systems strengthening, nutritional support and training, sexual and gender-based violence prevention, treatment and awareness, health and nutrition education, reproductive (maternal and infant) health and nutrition, returnee and refugee assistance. CAMBODIA Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. CAMEROON Primary health care, nutritional support and training, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, emergency response to cholera outbreak, HIV/AIDS awareness.

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC Primary and secondary health care, nutritional support, HIV/AIDS awareness, protection (child, sexual and gender-based violence), health capacity strengthening. CHAD Primary and secondary health care, health capacity strengthening, nutritional support and training, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, health education, medical training, psychosocial services, and child protection. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO Emergency response, primary and secondary health care, nutritional support and training, health facility infrastructure development and improvement, sexual and gender-based violence prevention and response, HIV/AIDS testing and counseling, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, assistance to returnees, refugees and IDPs. EGYPT Emergency assistance and refugee response. ETHIOPIA Sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, nutritional support and training, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, reproductive and maternal health care.

GHANA Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. HAITI Emergency assistance and response, primary and secondary health care, health capacity strengthening, psychosocial services, nutritional support and training, protection, care to orphans and vulnerable children, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, emergency preparedness, disaster risk reduction, cholera prevention. INDONESIA Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. IRAQ Emergency medicine training, health capacity strengthening, capacity strengthening of ministries, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, mental health and psychosocial services, assistance to returnees and displaced, economic livelihoods, women’s empowerment, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness. JAPAN Emergency response, psychosocial support, capacity strengthening of local NGOs. JORDAN Primary health care, mental health and psychosocial services, e-learning for health workers, health capacity strengthening, refugee assistance, emergency assistance and response. KENYA Primary health care, HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria prevention and treatment, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, nutritional support and training, mental health services. LAOS Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. LEBANON Primary health care, health capacity strengthening, mental health and psychosocial assistance, clinic construction, conflict resolution, vocational training, refugee assistance, emergency assistance and response. LIBYA Emergency assistance and response, emergency medicine, medic training, provision of medical supplies and equipment, sexual and gender-based violence treatment, psychological first aid, health capacity strengthening, rehabilitation. PAKISTAN Primary health care, health capacity strengthening, health education, economic livelihoods, reproductive health, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, refugee and internally displaced persons assistance, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, mental health care, emergency response.

PHILIPPINES Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. RUSSIAN FEDERATION (Chechnya, Dagestan, and Ingushetia) Primary health care, mental health and psychosocial services, livelihoods training, community development, TB awareness, sexual and gender-based violence care and awareness, vocational training for youth. SIERRA LEONE Nutrition and health education, maternal/child health, water, sanitation and hygiene education, health facility infrastructure rehabilitation. SOMALIA Primary health care, nutritional support and training, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, capacity strengthening of local NGOs, agricultural and economic livelihoods. SOUTH SUDAN Primary and secondary health care, midwife and nurse training, health capacity strengthening, HIV/AIDS care and awareness, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion, returnee assistance. SUDAN ( DARFUR ) Primary health care, health capacity strengthening, nutritional support and training, HIV/AIDS awareness, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion. ST. LUCIA Emergency response, health capacity strengthening, Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Professional Development. SYRIA Primary health care, health capacity strengthening, psychosocial assistance, early childhood development, refugee assistance. TANZANIA Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. TUNISIA Primary health care and capacity strengthening, refugee assistance. TURKEY Primary health care, mental health and psychosocial services, capacity strengthening of local NGOs, refugee assistance and protection. UGANDA Planning for multi-sector pandemic preparedness and response. YEMEN Emergency health, water and sanitation, and nutrition. ZIMBABWE Emergency response, cholera treatment and control, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion.

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GAZA Mental health, early childhood development, occupational therapy and rehabilitation, and community psychiatric support.

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What We Do We help people build a better, healthier future, wherever they are, whatever the conditions. In emergencies, we deploy immediately to assist survivors of natural and man-made disasters. In fragile states and nations striving to recover and progress, we bring the tools and knowledge for long-term development. Whatever our task, we teach skills that empower local communities and promote self-reliance.

Our Philosophy We believe self-reliance is only possible through lasting solutions anchored in local culture, affirmed by local decision-making and carried out by local residents trained with the necessary skills that then become community assets. That is why we draw over 95 percent of our staff from local communities and place key decisions in local hands, offering a unique intensity of focus that lifts people to their fullest potential.

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OUR PRIORITIES, OUR SUCCESSES

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND PREPAREDNESS

Whatever the conditions, we respond to crises around the world and immediately deploy to assist victims of disaster and communities in peril, swiftly and effectively providing lifesaving medical care and relief wherever it is most needed. In 2011 we continued our legacy of responding rapidly and working closely with local and national authorities to prevent and prepare for emergencies.

Within 48 hours of the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan, our teams were on the ground, reaching more than 20,000 people with medicine, supplies, and communications equipment in the days and weeks that followed. While Japan has significant capacity and expertise in managing emergencies, the magnitude of this disaster – coupled with the threat of nuclear exposure – was large enough to warrant international assistance. We worked in coordination with the Japanese government and local nonprofits to build partnerships to help fill critical gaps, particularly in mental health care provision and training, and continue to help the Japanese people recover and rebuild.

In East Africa, following months of the worst drought in 60 years in the region, the UN officially declared famine in parts of Somalia on July 20, 2011. Operating in the region since 1991, International Medical Corps expanded our programs in Somalia, Ethiopia, and Kenya by establishing supplementary feeding centers, conducting nutrition screenings for thousands of malnourished children, and delivering therapeutic foods. Our teams also delivered critical medicines and health care services, built latrines, and dug boreholes for clean drinking water. We treated 40,715 acutely malnourished children and provided over 46,300 pregnant and lactating women with food rations and vitamin supplements.

Following a cholera outbreak in Haiti that claimed thousands of lives, International Medical Corps established cholera treatment centers and prevention activities in the five most vulnerable districts. We also built a network of 820 community health volunteers to educate fellow Haitians on how to prevent and identify cholera. Since cholera was a new disease to Haiti, International Medical Corps made it a priority to train local doctors and nurses in how to handle, treat, prevent, and contain cholera cases.

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In 2011, International Medical Corps responded to a tribal conflict in Jonglei state in newly independent South Sudan, providing emergency health care for approximately 387 warwounded patients and performing 58 war-related surgeries. With funding from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, we treated patients while simultaneously training local health care workers.

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In Libya, following the outbreak of violence in February, International Medical Corps immediately crossed the Libyan border and began providing humanitarian relief. Throughout 2011, with funding from the Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance, we supported 78 health facilities, provided more than 68,000 medical consultations and surgeries, trained more than 2,000 health workers, and delivered 147 tons of medicines, medical supplies, and basic necessities.

OUR PRIORITIES, OUR SUCCESSES

CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

Supporting communities to meet their own needs is our central goal. It is how our work began nearly 30 years ago and is where our present and future successes lie. As both a training organization and an emergency relief and development group, in 2011 we continued this tradition in some of the world’s most challenging environments.

International Medical Corps worked with a local partner to support 197 health facilities in Paktika Province in Afghanistan. We supported a network of over 300 Community Health Workers (CHWs) in 2011 by providing training and necessary equipment. These CHWs, both female and male, were identified and recruited with the help of the community according to Ministry of Public Health selection criteria. They were trained in community mapping, preventative and promotional health, and eventually curative health care, and learned about specific health topics such as safe motherhood, child health, and tuberculosis.

In South Sudan, where there is a mass shortage of trained health care workers, International Medical Corps established a midwifery training school at Kajo Keji Hospital to increase the number of mid-level health professionals in the country. Offering training courses to certify nurses and community midwives, the school has graduated 20 nurses and 48 midwives to date, a 10 percent increase in the number of trained nurses in South Sudan.

Through the PREPARE project, funded by the US Agency for International Development, International Medical Corps works to strengthen the capacity of low-resourced countries in Africa and Asia for multisector disaster management and pandemic preparedness planning. In 2011, PREPARE held pandemic preparedness workshops and events in Cambodia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Laos, the Philippines, Italy, Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda, Tanzania and Thailand.

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In Jordan, International Medical Corps is working with Jordan Health Aid Society (JHAS) to deliver lifesaving health care services throughout the Middle East, as well as to improve JHAS’ organizational abilities. In this way we are able to reach exponentially more vulnerable populations throughout the Middle East and North Africa, including Libya, where JHAS deployed dozens of nurses as part of our Emergency Response Teams.

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International Medical Corps implemented an Emergency and Disaster Risk Reduction program at the main university hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the first comprehensive emergency medicine training program in the country. The series of courses trained more than 300 doctors and nurses in nearly every component of emergency care delivery.

OUR PRIORITIES, OUR SUCCESSES

WOMEN & CHILDREN

With women and children comprising 80 percent of those who bear the burden during conflict and disaster, International Medical Corps prioritizes maternal and child health in all of our emergency responses. In fact, the well-being of women and children is recognized as key to promoting health, building stable, confident, self-reliant communities, and eradicating global poverty. To that end, in 2011 we provided: lifesaving antenatal and postnatal care; improved child-feeding and immunization programs; programs to heal and comfort survivors of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV); and income-generating programs.

International Medical Corps is addressing the alarming rates of SGBV prevalent in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Our programs take a holistic approach to addressing the needs of SGBV survivors while also preventing future cases by changing community attitudes around gender and violence. This means creating better access for survivors to quality medical services, as well as psychosocial care, legal support, and skills-building and educational opportunities.

When the East Africa drought led to a massive influx of Somali refugees to Ethiopia in early 2011, International Medical Corps was the only international actor established in the region addressing SGBV. We quickly adapted and scaled up programming to respond to the emergency by leading a rapid assessment to identify risk factors of violence against women and girls, and expanding services to new camps. Overall, over 36,000 refugees were reached with SGBV awareness messages.

In Afghanistan, which has one of the world’s highest infant mortality rates, International Medical Corps is operating a Community Midwifery Education program in Khost province that has been recognized as the best in the country. We have trained more than 100 young women to assist expectant mothers through pregnancies, childbirth, and in the most critical period after birth. Each trained midwife can provide health care for an estimated 300 women each year.

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In Ethiopia, International Medical Corps uses Mother Care Groups to train local mothers in healthy nutrition and childcare practices, with the aim of preventing malnutrition in children. These “lead mothers� form their own groups of mothers to convey these practices community-wide. Employing local women, the program reaches 64,000 men, women, and children with lifesaving information.

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International Medical Corps commenced SGBV programming in eastern Libya in April 2011 during the height of the civil war. As the only international organization focused on SGBV in the country, International Medical Corps strengthened the capacity of medical personnel, social workers, and psychologists to care for those affected by sexual violence and also built a secure and confidential reporting system.

In Cameroon, International Medical Corps and the local Ministry of Public Health launched a vaccination campaign against polio, a disease eradicated in the developed world but that has reemerged in recent years in some developing countries. In addition to administering polio vaccinations, International Medical Corps also provided children with screenings for malnutrition.

OUR PRIORITIES, OUR SUCCESSES

WATER, SANITATION & HYGIENE Access to clean water and sanitation is an essential component of public health. Diarrheal diseases, most commonly caused by unsafe drinking water and poor sanitation conditions, claim the lives of nearly two million people each year, devastating families and undermining efforts to build healthy, self-reliant communities. International Medical Corps assists households, communities, and local governments in water projects large and small from building and maintaining wells and latrines, to establishing water and waste management systems. We also prioritize hygiene promotion and education so that communities have the knowledge they need to better protect themselves from the threat of waterborne illness.

In Pakistan, having already deployed to Sindh Province in response to the unprecedented 2010 floods, International Medical Corps immediately began delivering emergency services at health facilities throughout the region when flooding struck again in August 2011. We deployed mobile health teams to reach flood-stricken communities with health care services, distributed food, and conducted hygiene education sessions for more than 1.6 million people.

In Haiti, International Medical Corps was a main provider of cholera treatment and management in 2011, bringing lifesaving and life-changing help to devastated communities – many of them still recovering from the 2010 earthquake. Since the first outbreak of the disease, which easily spreads through unclean or stagnant water, International Medical Corps has built over 550 latrines and shower facilities, as well as distributed more than 750,000 hygiene and sanitation materials and disseminated health and sanitation messages to millions of people across the country. In East Africa, International Medical Corps’ emergency response to famine and drought in the region has included an integrated approach to nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene. In Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, International Medical Corps is targeting pregnant women, new mothers and children under age five to prevent malnutrition but also to provide clean water and sanitation facilities to protect them from waterborne diseases. We are also building hundreds of toilets and hand washing facilities, while training and educating Community Health Workers about safe water and sanitation. In response to cholera outbreaks in Cameroon, International Medical Corps deployed medical teams to support the Ministry of Health and provided mobile clinics in each of our partner districts. We reached 37,732 community members in 24 villages with sanitation education; trained 50 volunteer community health workers from 18 villages on cholera prevention and good hygiene practices; convened 18 water committees; and conveyed sanitation messages over radio broadcasts that reached 200,000 people. We also worked with local villages to build water pumps, latrines, and wells to ensure sustainable access to safe drinking water and sanitation.

MENTAL HEALTH

Although mental illness draws less public attention and donor awareness than widely feared communicable diseases, it quietly saps the strength of developing societies. International Medical Corps trains local staff to recognize and treat those with symptoms of this often-overlooked disease, in order to build strong, stable communities. Key to our successful approach is that we integrate mental health and psychosocial support into every stage of our relief and development programs.

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International Medical Corps implemented an 18-month project to support the Mental Health Hospital of Kabul, Afghanistan and build the capacity of its staff. Our comprehensive approach includes training of staff at all levels, provision of appropriate medicines, and implemention of hospital procedures, such as medication management and admission and discharge procedures. We also work with city authorities, Ministry of Public Health officials and local businesses to support people with severe mental illness so that they can continue to lead healthy, productive lives in their communities.

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Young children in low-resource settings, such as refugee or displaced communities, are particularly vulnerable to falling behind on important milestones in their physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. In Sierra Leone, International Medical Corps runs an Early Childhood Development program among mothers receiving nutritional support – a program we piloted in Uganda and Ethiopia. For women and children receiving food, International Medical Corps staff provides training in infant stimulation and child development, as well as the importance of play. In 2011, we also implemented Early Childhood Development programming in Haiti, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria.

In Libya, during and after the conflict, International Medical Corps provided mental health services through primary health care facilities to those affected by violence and displacement. This approach makes care more readily available, and also lowers the stigma associated with seeking mental health support. We also trained more than 140 Libyan hospital staff in Psychological First Aid, an approach which evaluations show increases the ability of health care professionals to effectively treat those suffering from mental health conditions brought on by the distress of conflict or disaster.

Response to Libya Conflict

Japan

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton / British Prime Minister David Cameron

February 27, 2011

March 11, 2011

March 24 & 29, 2011

International Medical Corps is one of the first humanitarian organizations to enter Libya and begin providing emergency medical care following the outbreak of conflict.

International Medical Corps deploys an Emergency Response Team within 48 hours after an earthquake and tsunami destroys coastal communities in Japan.

Clinton and Cameron cite International Medical Corps’ humanitarian response in Libya during their addresses to international allied bodies.

Milestones Sienna Miller Visits Ethiopia

Clinton Global Initiative

eBay Auction

September 15, 2011

September 22, 2011

October 23, 2011

Global Ambassador Sienna Miller sits down with The Today Show to talk about her visit to our nutrition programs in Ethiopia to raise awareness of the East Africa famine and drought.

At the Clinton Global Initiative, International Medical Corps President & CEO Nancy Aossey highlights the organization’s commitment to combating hunger in East Africa.

Sienna Miller holds a charity auction sponsored by eBay with all proceeds going to International Medical Corps’ emergency response in East Africa.

Pictured with P&G President & CEO Bob McDonald

Place bid

First Lady Michelle Obama

Drought & Famine Response in Somalia

May 7, 2011

July 20, 2011

August 26, 2011

The First Lady recognizes University of Northern Iowa (UNI) alum Nancy Aossey and International Medical Corps for lifesaving achievements around the world, during UNI commencement address.

The UN declares famine in southern Somalia; International Medical Corps mobilizes teams throughout Somalia, Ethiopia, and Kenya to deliver critical services.

Google recognizes International Medical Corps’ use of its technology in disaster response efforts in Haiti and Japan.

Esquire House NYC

Annual Awards Celebration

Christie’s Auction

October 24, 2011

November 8, 2011

November 9, 2011

The 9th annual Esquire House celebration is held in New York City with International Medical Corps once again selected by the magazine as a charity partner.

Supporters, friends and staff gather for our Annual Awards Celebration to honor Andrew Barth, Sienna Miller, Dr. Solomon Kebede Goshu, Wells Fargo, and Research in Motion for their generous commitments to International Medical Corps.

World-renowned contemporary artist Takashi Murakami organizes a charity auction at Christie’s with proceeds to benefit International Medical Corps and three other groups that responded in Japan.

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Partnerships for Humanitarian Action Collective Humanitarian Advocacy International Medical Corps places strong emphasis on collective learning and action and is a member of coalitions and networks critical to the humanitarian and development field, including InterAction, the International Council of Voluntary Agencies, the Global Health Council, the NGO Leaders Forum convened by the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University, and the Society for International Development. Our contribution to improving coordination and response in humanitarian crises is demonstrated through our active participation and leadership roles in several mechanisms of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), such as the Global Health, Nutrition, Water/ Sanitation/Hygiene, and Protection Clusters, the IASC Sub-Working Group on Gender, the IASC Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, and the IASC Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support. As a member of the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership and the board of The Sphere Project, we continue our commitment to strengthen accountability to the affected communities in which we work.

Improving the Ability to Deliver Critical Medicines and Supplies International Medical Corps forged new and strengthened existing partnerships in 2011, all aimed at improving our ability to deliver essential medical equipment and supplies quickly to those who are hardest-hit in times of emergency. We received tens of millions of dollars in Gift-in-Kind donations of medicines, supplies and equipment from Alpha Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, AmeriCares, BluSource, Bridge Foundation, Catholic Relief Services, Child First Meds, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Heart to Heart International, IMRES, International Aid, International Health Partners UK, International Relief Teams, International Orthodox Christian Charities, Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen, Aviation Without Borders, MAP International, Medical Teams International, Medicines for Humanity, Mercy Corps, Ministry of Health - Sudan, Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, Reinvention Wheels, UNICEF, USAID, and the World Food Programme.

Global Agreement with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to Strengthen Local Capacity Recognizing the essential role of national actors and civil society in responding to humanitarian crises, International Medical Corps has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with UNHCR committing to working collaboratively to strengthen the capacity of national and local NGOs in emergency response. Through this global agreement, the two organizations will explore avenues for enhancing the organizational and emergency response capacity of NGOs in various regions through training in the areas of administration, logistics, standards and guidelines, and team development and management.

International Medical Corps Makes a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action - Provide Relief for Famine and Drought - Affected Regions in Africa International Medical Corps made a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action in 2011 to address the nutritional and  health needs of individuals suffering from the effect of the ongoing drought in East Africa. Over one year, with the financial and in-kind support of our national and international partners, International Medical Corps is providing targeted nutrition and Water/Sanitation/Hygiene programs in refugee camps and drought-affected regions in Somalia, Somaliland, Kenya, and Ethiopia. This includes malnutrition screening, supplemental nutrition programs, malnutrition prevention, and safe water and hygiene programs. At the closing ceremonies of this year’s CGI meeting, President Clinton recognized International Medical Corps for its critical and effective response: “International Medical Corps has committed to reaching 200,000 people in the camps and the drought-affected regions of Somalia, Somaliland, Kenya and Ethiopia with nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene.  If you give them the money, they’ll spend it well and in a hurry.” - President Bill Clinton

In partnership with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), International Medical Corps has launched a project to strengthen technical capacity of field practitioners to design, implement, and manage effective multi-sectoral interventions to prevent genderbased violence (GBV) and provide appropriate services for survivors. Together, International Medical Corps and UNFPA, with funding from the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), are addressing a gap in training opportunities to build technical knowledge, skills, and abilities to design and implement programs to address GBV. The project, which is initiated under the auspices of the Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility global working group of the IASC Global Protection Cluster, will offer GBV field practitioners a face-to-face training that will build both technical knowledge of GBV and practical skills in program design and management.

Enhancing Nutrition Response On behalf of the Global Nutrition Cluster (GNC) and with support from UNICEF, International Medical Corps will be implementing global-level cluster coordination training and surge capacity development for rapid response to nutrition needs in emergencies. The project supports the GNC through training that will strengthen the capacity of GNC partners in cluster coordination and the humanitarian approach. International Medical Corps will also work with UNICEF to ensure that nutrition personnel are available for rapid deployment in emergencies. This collaboration will increase understanding of cluster coordination and partners’ roles in the nutrition cluster among agencies that work on nutrition in humanitarian settings. The collaboration between UNICEF and International Medical Corps demonstrates the principle of partnership that forms the core basis of the cluster approach and humanitarian reform.

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Building Skills to Address Gender-Based Violence

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Raising Mental Health Awareness Despite the high disease burden, mental health is largely missed from the global health agenda and remains one of the most under-addressed areas of health care. This holds true in humanitarian response, where the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the rates of common mental disorders can double in natural disasters and conflict settings. Building on its strong programmatic experience, International Medical Corps partnered with the WHO and Johns Hopkins University to highlight mental health needs in humanitarian settings. This included a session hosted by the Humanitarian Health Caucus at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington DC. This was followed by a Capitol Hill briefing for congressional staff and NGOs on “Addressing Mental Health in Humanitarian Crises�, with a panel of presenters that included International Medical Corps’ global mental health and psychosocial advisor, the WHO, the US State Department, and the US Agency for International Development.

Strengthening Accountability to Affected Communities International Medical Corps is a member of the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP). HAP provides a framework for addressing principles of accountability and standards, and helps organizations design, implement, assess and recognize programs that are accountable to, and deliver quality for, communities affected by disasters, conflict, poverty and other crises.

Disaster Risk Reduction To help communities around the world better prepare for and minimize the effects of disaster, International Medical Corps implemented comprehensive, whole-of-society training programs for health care workers at the national and local levels. For instance, we partnered with UNICEF to provide disaster risk reduction training for students, teachers, Ministry of Education staff and community members at 24 schools in an earthquake and flood-prone region of Jordan. In Afghanistan, projects funded by the European Commission and the Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance are building the capacity of communities and front-line health workers to respond quickly to rapid onset emergencies and other acute humanitarian needs.

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INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FY 2010-2011 The following is International Medical Corps’ Statement of Financial Position and Activities for the years ended June 30, 2011 and 2010.

Statement of Financial Position 2011

2010

Assets Cash and cash equivalents

$12,458,728

$9,088,008

Grants receivable

10,714,787

10,115,523

Other receivables

2,566,477

2,124,066

718,661

440,129

1,378,818

1,161,141

248,465

203,904

Inventory of supplies and commodities

1,496,954

6,008,974

Equipment, net

1,924,245

1,803,044

31,507,135

30,944,789

Accounts payable

2,120,119

1,965,211

Accrued liabilities

7,546,529

5,530,523

Refundable advances

8,942,447

8,862,554

Deferred rent

297,472

386,164

Notes payable

119,344

180,801

Obligation under capital leases

508,495

865,725

Total liabilities

19,534,406

17,790,978

Total net assets

11,972,729

13,153,811

$31,507,135

$30,944,789

Investments in equity securities Prepaid expenses Deposits

Total assets

Liabilities and net assets

Total liabilities and net assets

Statement of Activities 2011

2010

$94,023,304

$81,153,786

7,423,808

7,547,428

Donated medical supplies

32,304,974

42,011,498

Donated medical services

409,320

1,865,366

134,161,406

132,578,078

8,828

5,990

Realized and unrealized gain on investments

131,133

41,749

Other

170,634

447,596

310,595

495,335

134,472,001

133,073,413

Africa

53,165,859

50,111,361

Asia

12,962,838

12,874,082

876,690

1,290,416

Middle East

34,260,455

31,033,242

South / Central America and the Caribbean

15,107,758

14,669,741

67,278

27,842

116,440,878

110,006,684

6,089,524

4,282,070

11,756,188

8,898,908

1,366,493

794,614

135,653,083

123,982,276

Change in net assets

(1,181,082)

9,091,137

Net assets at beginning of the year

13,153,811

4,062,674

$11,972,729

$13,153,811

Public support and revenue Public support Contract and grant support Contributions

Total public support Revenue Interest and dividend income

Total revenue

Total public support and revenue

Program services

Caucasus

United States

Total program services Program management and evaluation Supporting services Management and general Fundraising

Total expenses

Net assets at end of this period

KPMG LLP audited financial statements are available on request from International Medical Corps.

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Expenses

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INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS-UK ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FY 2010-2011 The following is International Medical Corps-UK’s Statement of Financial Activities and Balance Sheet for the years ended June 30, 2011 and 2010.

Statement of Financial Activities 2011

2010

Income and expenditures Incoming resources Incoming resources from generated funds £4,629,715

£3,406,768

27,059,272

21,120,537

31,688,987

24,527,305

10,636

34,068

14,377,966

11,425,299

8,788,119

6,325,952

8,034

598,367

Middle East

3,357,851

2,436,375

South / Central America and the Caribbean

4,482,899

2,535,964

31,014,869

23,321,957

17,795

19,878

31,043,300

23,375,903

645,687

1,151,402

3,502,983

2,351,581

£4,148,670

£3,502,983

Voluntary income Incoming resources from charitable activities

Total incoming resources Resources expended Cost of generating funds Cost of generating voluntary income Charitable activities Africa Asia Caucasus

Total charitable activities Governance cost

Total resources expended Net movement in funds Fund balance brought forward at July 1, 2010

Fund balance carried forward at June 30, 2011

Balance Sheet 2011

2010

Fixed assets Tangible assets

£17,289

£4,063

Debtors

2,837,227

3,208,482

Cash at bank and in hand

3,423,032

2,160,031

6,260,259

5,368,513

(2,128,878)

(1,869,593)

Net current assets

4,131,381

3,498,920

Total net assets

4,148,670

3,502,983

4,003,991

3,471,650

144,679

31,333

£4,148,670

£3,502,983

Creditors: amounts falling due within one year

Funds and reserves Income funds Restricted funds Unrestricted funds: general fund

Total funds and reserves

The above statement of financial activities and balance sheet have been adapted from the full financial statements of International Medical Corps-UK. For a full understanding of the charity’s finances, the full International Medical Corps-UK Annual Report and Accounts are available upon request from International Medical Corps-UK. The full financial statements were prepared in accordance with applicable law and United Kingdom Accounting Standards and were audited by Buzzacott LLP, who had issued a clean audit report.

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GLOBAL FINANCIAL SUMMARY The resources of International Medical Corps Worldwide global operations - consisting of government and UN grants, private funds, and donated products and services - totaled more than $183 million in fiscal year 2011. Approximately 92% of these resources went directly to program activities, reflecting International Medical Corps’ deep and enduring commitment to fiscal responsibility and efficiency. In addition, as a result of International Medical Corps’ longstanding emphasis on leveraging resources, every dollar in private contributions helped generate $38 in additional cash and in-kind resources.

Combined Statement of Activities, International Medical Corps and International Medical Corps-UK* 2011

2010

International Medical Corps-UK

$43,855,644

$30,289,741

International Medical Corps

100,760,980

88,413,808

Total contract and grant support

144,616,624

118,703,549

6,206,483

4,071,726

32,714,294

43,876,864

Support and revenue

International Medical Corps-UK International Medical Corps Total donated services and supplies

38,920,777 47,948,590

Total support and revenue

183,537,401 166,652,139

Expenses

International Medical Corps-UK program services International Medical Corps program services Total program expenses

47,659,229

32,908,633

121,533,675

113,506,013

169,192,904 146,414,646

International Medical Corps-UK management and general

2,172,677

1,477,453

15,987

46,217

11,756,188

8,898,908

1,366,493

794,614

Total supporting services

15,311,345

11,217,192

Total expenses

184,504,249

157,631,838

(966,848)

9,020,301

International Medical Corps-UK fundraising International Medical Corps management and general International Medical Corps fundraising

Change in net assets Net assets at beginning of the year

Net assets at the end of the year

13,381,112 4,360,811 $12,414,264

$13,381,112

* The combined statement of activities for International Medical Corps and International Medical Corps-UK is based on US accounting principles and presented in US dollars.

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KPMG LLP audited financial statements for International Medical Corps and Buzzacott LLP audited financial statements for International Medical Corps - UK are available upon request. International Medical Corps is governed by accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. International Medical Corps - UK is governed by relevant legal and regulatory requirements of the United Kingdom in accordance with the Companies Act of 1985.

INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS WORLDWIDE International Medical Corps Worldwide is a global humanitarian alliance that comprises the resources and capabilities of two independent affiliate organizations, International Medical Corps and International Medical Corps-UK. Together, their mission is to save lives and relieve suffering through the provision of health care through training. With headquarters in the United States and the United Kingdom respectively, they collaborate to maximize resources for the delivery of appropriate relief and development activities.

International Medical Corps (US) Board of Directors Founder and Chairman Robert R. Simon, M.D. Professor Department of Emergency Medicine Rush University Stroger-Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois

Associate Chairman Henry H. Hood, Jr., M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon Lancaster, Ohio

President & CEO Nancy A. Aossey International Medical Corps Santa Monica, California

William Robinson, M.D. Chief Medical Officer Bozeman Deaconess Hospital Bozeman, Montana

Lori B. Bookstein Lori Bookstein Fine Art New York, New York

Nancy E. Shelmon, CPA Retired Senior Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Rancho Santa Fe, California

Linda N. Cappello Los Angeles, California

Christine J. Toretti Chairman Palladio, LLC Indiana, Pennsylvania

Secretary of the Board Mrs. William F. Riordan Rockville, Maryland

Edward J. Carpenter Chairman & CEO Carpenter & Company Irvine, California

Treasurer of the Board William B. Moore, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon Santa Fe, New Mexico

Paul Dean, M.D., M.P.H. Public Health Specialist and Dermatologist San Diego, California

Directors Emeriti Nancy Kassebaum Baker Former United States Senator Burdick, Kansas Richard J. Riordan Former Mayor of Los Angeles Los Angeles, California

International Medical Corps (UK) Board of Directors Andrew W. GĂŠczy London

Nancy A. Aossey Santa Monica, California

Hendrik Cornelis London

Timothy Kirk London

Leadership Council Linda Daly Los Angeles, California

Andrew F. Barth Chairman Capital Guardian Trust Company Los Angeles, California

Debbie Fisher Malibu, California

Brook Byers Founding Partner Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Menlo Park, California Alex L. Cappello Chairman and CEO Cappello Capital Corp. Santa Monica, California Victor J. Coleman Managing Director Hudson Capital, LLC Los Angeles, California Richard R. Crowell Managing Partner Vance Street Capital, LLC Los Angeles, California

Fadi A. Ghandour Founder and Chief Executive Officer Aramex Amman, Jordan Jonathan M. Glaser Managing Partner JMG Capital Management, LLC Los Angeles, California Andrew G. Hauptman Chairman Andell Holdings Los Angeles, California Sabrina Kay Chancellor and CEO Fremont College Los Angeles, California

Katie McGrath Los Angeles, California

Pamela Mohn Los Angeles, California

Barry A. Porter Managing General Partner Clarity Partners, LP Beverly Hills, California

Anthony N. Pritzker Managing Partner The Pritzker Group Los Angeles, California

Carol Sharer Vail, Colorado

Hans Zimmer Santa Monica, California

Global Ambassadors Jerrold D. Green President & CEO Pacific Council on International Policy Los Angeles, California

Sienna Miller Actress and Activist United Kingdom

Stacy Twilley Founder & CEO iVolunteer.org Los Angeles, California

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ANNUAL SUPPORT Your generosity is truly making a difference in the lives of millions International Medical Corps would like to thank the following institutions, individuals, and organizations for their support and partnership throughout 2011. This year we were inspired by your unprecedented support for people suffering the effects of war, disease, and disaster. We also would like to thank our donors who wish to remain anonymous, as well as those who have volunteered their time and expertise to help us achieve our mission. Additionally, we give special thanks to the donors we were not able to list due to space limitations. International Medical Corps also would like to acknowledge those organizations with whom we have partnered during 2011.

Every donor is important to us. If your name is not listed correctly, please accept our apologies and notify the Resource Development Department at 310-826-7800.

PUBLIC DONORS Australian Agency for International Development Centers for Disease Control and Prevention UK Department for International Development European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department of the European Commission Jersey Overseas Aid Commission Ministry of Public Health, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Stichting Vluchteling United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund & European Commission

United States Agency for International Development/ Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance

United Nations Children’s Fund

United States Department of Health and Human Services

United Nations Development Fund for Women

United States Department of State

United Nations Development Program United Nations Office for Project Services United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs United Nations Population Fund

United States Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor United States Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration World Food Program World Health Organization

United States Agency for International Development

PARTNERS, SUPPORTERS & COLLABORATORS Afghan Help and Training Program

American Red Cross

Afrinet

Association for Aid and Relief

Agility - PWC GLOBAL LOGISTICS HOLDINGS LTD.

Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

ACDI/ VOCA

Baby Olivia’s First Birthday Party

Ambarella

Bardot

American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative

Basic Education for Awareness Reforms and Empowerment

Bergen County United Way Charitable Flex Fund Berkeley Repertory Theatre Bikram Yoga College Blossoms of Hope /Japanese Friendship Collective BMB Matt MacDonald Ltd. Brentwood School

ANNUAL SUPPORT Burbank First United Methodist Church

Good Works Health Inc.

JustGive

Burundi District and Provincial Health Offices and Hospitals of Health

Google Checkout

Kah Asian Restaurant

The Government of Haiti

Kaikai Kiki

The Government of St. Lucia

Kenya Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation

Cars 4 Causes Catholic Relief Services

The Government of the Central African Republic

Central African Ministry of Public Health and Population

The Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe

Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters

Groupon, Inc.

Chad Ministry of Health

GSI Commerce Call Center, Inc.

Ki-Metrica Kindred Spirits King’s Hardware La Jolla Playhouse Larchmont Temple

Chadian Government

Haiti Ministry for the Public Health and the Population

Community Shares of Minnesota

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

Concern Worldwide

Haitian Development Resource Foundation

Libyan National Transitional Council Ministry of Health

Congregation Beth Israel

Hermosa Beach Comedy & Magic Club

Liverpool VCT Care & Treatment

Connect to Charity, LLC

Hidalgo Foods

Lufthansa

Conrad Hotels

Hilltop Community Church

Management Sciences for Health

Cooperazione Internazionale

Hospital de l’universite d’etat d’Haiti (HUEH)

Medical Teams International

Couch Surfer and Friends

Humanitarian Assistance & Development Association

Members Give

Covance Laboratories, Inc.

LIBAID Executive Office of the Libyan National Transitional Council

Mennonite Foundation, Inc.

DB Chocolates

Humanitarian Assistance for the Women and Children of Afghanistan

Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community, Inc.

Humanitarian Medical Relief Body

Mercy Corps

Democratic Republic of the Congo Ministry of Health

ImportantGifts, Inc.

Mexico Lindo Restaurant

Innogive Foundation

Mildmay International

Disastees

Inspirato

Ministry of Health in Benghazi

Eat at Mizu

International Rescue Committee

Mirrored Media

Elsevier Medical

International Volunteer Center of Yamagata

MissionFish

Enough Violence and Exploitation

IntraHealth International Inc.

MobileCause

Esquire Magazine

Iraq Ministry of Education

Mobile Giving Foundation, Inc.

Ethiopian Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs

Iraq Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs

National Council of Jewish Women (DRC)

Japanese Society of Transcultural Psychiatry

Network for Good

JHPIEGO Corporation

Nile Hope Development Forum

JK Consulting

Oh My Shirts

Firstgiving

Johns Hopkins University

Gaza Community Mental Health Program

Jordan Breast Cancer Program

Oromia Region Bureau of Finance and Economic Development

Global Impact

Jordan Health Aid Society

GlobalGiving

Jordan Ministry of Education

GOAL Ethiopia

Jordan River Foundation

Exterior Relations Department of the President and the Government of the Chechen Republic

The Mentor Initiative

Oromia Region Health Bureau Pan American Health Organization Panzi General Hospital (DRC) Population Service International

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Presbyterian Relief and Development Agency

Somali Region Bureau of Finance and Economic Development

RAND Corporation

Somali Region Health Bureau

The Emergency Department of the John H. Stroger Cook County Hospital (CCH) & The Emergency Department at RUSH University Medical Center (RUMC)

Razoo Foundation

Somaliland Ministry of Health

TINT Salon

Remote Control Productions, Inc.

South Asia Partnership - Pakistan

Tokyo English Life Line

Sageworth Trust

South Sudan Ministry of Local Government Act Law & Enforcement

United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Search for Common Ground Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

State Ministry of Health in West Darfur Stay Human Band

SFP Studio

Syrian Arab Red Crescent

The Shakers

Team Rubicon

Shapla Neer

Technical Agreement with the Ministry of Health for Health and Nutrition West Darfur

SHARE (Service for the Health in Asian and African Regions) SNNP Region Bureau of Finance and Economic Development SNNP Region Health Bureau

Technical Agreement with the State Ministry of Health South Darfur Technical Agreement with Water and Environemntal Sanitation West Darfur Temple Beth Israel Text to Change

United Way of Greater New Haven, Inc United Way of Long Island United Way Silicon Valley United Way, Special Distribution Account UniversalGiving University of Northern Iowa College of Business Administration YMCA Yoga Fusion Studio Yoga South Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Welfare Zuma Press/Kona Gallery

IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS $1,000,000 and above AmeriCares Foundation Bridge Foundation International Organization for Migration (IOM) International Relief Teams (IRT) Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen e. V. MAP International Medicines for Humanity (MFH)

$100,000 - $499,999

$5,000 - $24,999

BluSource

Child First Meds - Lucress Watson and Dick Watson Children’s Foundation

Health Partners International of Canada International Health Partners (UK) Limited (IHP)

United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)

IMRES B.V.

Medical Teams International

Merchant Community of Benghazi

People in Need

Ministry of Health, Sudan

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

United States Agency for International Development

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

World Health Organization (WHO)

U.S. Agency for International Development - Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA)

$1,000 - $4,999

$25,000 - $99,999 $500,000 - $999,999

Free Wheelchair Mission

Heart to Heart International International Aid Reinvention Wheels United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Alfa Health Care & Pharmaceuticals Mohsin Pharmacy

ANNUAL SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL, FOUNDATION, CORPORATE, AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Christie’s, Inc. Clinton Bush Haiti Fund GE Foundation

$500,000 - $999,999 Anonymous (2) Amgen Amgen Foundation

Global Impact

Jewish Coalition for Japan Relief

Groupon, Inc.

Dr. Sabrina Kay

Jain Center of Southern California

Kindred Spirits

The Medtronic Foundation

Jena and Michael King

Markos Nomikos

The Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation

Research In Motion

William P. Mako and Eunok Lee

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Kathleen McGrath and Jeffrey J. Abrams

Spencer Stuart

MissionFish

Wells Fargo

Jarl and Pamela Mohn

Zaman International

The Estate of Michael O’Callaghan Barry and Lea Porter

ConocoPhillips

$25,000 - $49,999

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Anonymous (3)

Anthony Pritzker Family Foundation

$250,000 - $499,999

Robert J. Abernethy

The Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund

Alghanim Industries

Providence Investment Management

Margaret A. Cargill Foundation

American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation

The Roux Family Foundation

$100,000 - $249,999

Aramex International, Ltd. Nathaniel A. Back

Carol H. Sharer

Andrew and Avery Barth Brook and Shawn Byers California Community Foundation Charles Schwab Foundation Edgerton Foundation GlobalGiving Foundation GAP Foundation Jewish World Watch Joseph Drown Foundation Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City

Edward J. Carpenter Victor and Wendy Coleman L. John Doerr and Ann Howland Doerr The Earth Council Foundation The Elsevier Foundation Fadi, Rula, Fares and Bassel Ghandour Jon and Nancy Glaser Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation

Network for Good

Google Matching Gifts Program

$50,000 - $99,999

Andrew and Ellen Hauptman

Anonymous (2) Broadcom Foundation Scott Cook and Signe Ostby Linda Dorfmont

James and Susan Hart Hess Foundation, Inc Martha and David Ho Innogive Foundation International Relief Teams

Princess Cruise Lines, Ltd.

Robert and Jeanne Segal St. Joseph Health System Foundation Union for Reform Judaism Daniel M. Wheeler

$10,000 - $24,999 Anonymous (4) 99¢ Only Store Abbott Fund Agility Catherine Allen Drew Altman Musaed N. Al-Saleh Arlene Foundation in honor of Yukako Mese David and Lisa Auerbach Ambassador Frank and Kathy Baxter

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H. Keith H. Brodie M.D.

Joan A. Payden

Amy and Camille Chidiac

Chris and Kim Brothers

David and Emily Pottruck

City National Bank

Kim and Virginia Caldwell

Public Health Institute

Clifford Chance CIS Limited

The Capital Group Companies

Quantum Corporation

John and Mary Conlin

Laurie and Gerard Cappello

Eugenia Riordan MulĂŠ

Bill and Amy Conway

Samantha Colodny

George and Cindy Rusu

Peter and Bonni Curran

Covance Laboratories, Inc.

William and Janet Ryan

Kathleen and Paul D’Addario

Hassen Dakroub

Bruce and Stacy Simon

Gregory and Sandy DeSisto

Linda Daly Charitable Foundation

Robert and Marilynn Simon

Gary Elden and Phyllis Mandler

Lew and Pilar Davies

Michael C. and Pauline L. Smith

Jackie and Chris Flanigan

Dell, Inc.

Jolie Stahl and Robert M. Dannin

EOS Foundation

Alexis Deutsch-Adler and Robert Adler

C. William Sundblad in memory of Tracy Anglen and Scott West

Josh and Beth Friedman

Gina Deutsch-Zakarin Thea Duell Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Debbie and Damon Fisher The Friedland Foundation Sheila Gold Foundation William R. and Gillian M. Gover Carol Hall and Leonard Majzlin Fred and Joyce Hameetman Kenneth Hao and Kathy Chiao-Hao JFD Eagle Foundation Bill and Shannon Joy The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Bruce and Martha Karsh Leander and Alex Krueger Laird Norton Company, LLC Lifeplus Foundation Mako Foundation David and Susan Martin Foundation Daniel and Susan Marus MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger The Mesdag Family Foundation National Projects Real Estate Northern Trust Eugene and Catherine Ohr

Mark and Victoria Sutherland Vanessa Taylor The Three Sisters Foundation Jeffrey Minh Tran Jean and Alex Trebek The Van Konynenburg Foundation The Ziegler Family Trust

Adam B. Ginsberg Walter B. Gladstone Global Concepts Enterprise, Inc. Good Fence Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Grantmakers In Health on behalf of Dr. Drew Altman Greater New York Mutual Insurance Company

$5,000 - $9,999

Calvin B. and Marilyn B. Gross

Anonymous (5)

Patricia Herson

AEL Foundation

Hilltop Community Church of Christ

Michael J. Albert

Hilton Hotels Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Armour

Mohamed R. Hussein

Nancy A. Aossey in honor of David and Eileen Aossey

IBM Employee Services Center

Beachmint, Inc. Berliner and Hammerman Families Bingham Family Foundation Joan N. Braddi

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

International Federation of Accountants Neil Joyce, M.D. and Kristin Brown The Kaplan Family in memory of Leonard Burstein

Gerald Breslauer and Joyce Klein

Kayne Foundation, Ric and Suzanne Kayne, Jenni, Maggie and Saree

Christopher W. Brody

Wendy and Tad Kelly

Elliott and Robin Broidy

Farhad Khosravi

Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology

Susan and Stan Krcmar

Kathryn Chen and Jason Bonanca

John and Heather Little

Aubrey and Joyce Chernick

Dickson M. Lupo

ANNUAL SUPPORT

Robert Matloff

David and Claudia Zuercher

Robert J. Harr William W. Harris

Erica and Brian McLoughlin

$2,500 - $4,999

The Barry and Wendy Meyer Foundation

Anonymous (11)

Healthfirst

Shayle Miller and Jin-Soo Kim

Robert and Donna Abraham

Mary R. and Richard J. Hearty

New York University

AKC Fund, Inc.

Richard B. Hendin

Augie and Lynne Nieto

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Allen

J.C. and Susan Henry

NIKE Employee Matching Gift Program

Gregory and Robin Anderson

Robert W. Hewitt

J. Melvin Nissley

Kevin and Essie Asher

David and Mary Anne Heyman

Cindy Nguyen

Ashley Collins Studio

Sunny and Josh Holden

Talmadge O’Neill

James Avedikian

Richard and Harriet Orkand

Roshan Bangera

Sherry and Clark Hsu in honor of Peter Smailes

Pascal International, Inc.

The Barmore Fund

Pegasystems, Inc.

Christine and Doug Belgrad

Ben and Sheila Plotkin

John Berookhim

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Mark and Cathy Bissell

Ruth M. Qualben

Stanley and Janice Blumenfeld

Teresa Jane Riordan

Thomas B. Bracken

Rosetta W. Harris Charitable Lead Trust - C

Ramona Cappello

Roth Family Foundation

Visnja Cipcic

Sandy Sewell

Jason F. Conroy

George Sheer

John and Nicki Conti

Joan and Robert Sinton Family Fund

Anthony G. and Kathleen A. Coughlan

Eric and Susan Smidt

Pam Dawber

Brian and Stephanie Spector

Paul and Nelly Dean

Shawn and Richard Sperber

Discovery Communications

Steven and Alexis Strongin

Bryan and Quinn Ezralow

James Sutter

Laura Felzer

Jeffrey Tamura in honor of Paul Yoshito Tamura and Emi Tamura

Ferris Greeney Family Foundation

Tenth Gate Center for Yoga and Meditation

John and Laura Foster

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation

Grace and Tom Jackamo Mark X. Jacobs and Daniel P. Barash The Janus Foundation The Joan M. Wismer Foundation Michael and Barbara Kadoura Karen and John Lanigan Mark Larrimore Sarah Macfarlane Shari Malyn and Jonathan Abbott Lillian and J. Masters Gregg O. McCrary Pam Merrill Richard and M. Kathleen Merrill Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Sarah and Neal Moritz Mary Mott and Gordon Simmering Renae Holman Murti and Prashant Murti Claudia Neuhauser Adam J. Ockman

Michael Trent and Angela Telerski

Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold Foundation

Stacy Twilley and Michael Kong

Richard Fried

Atli Orvarsson

Gustavo Uribe

Edward Friedmann and Elizabeth Coyte

William Pechstein

Paul and Betsy Von Kuster

Maureen Gevlin and Charles Roh, Jr

Stephanie and John Perenchio

Steven Wozencraft

GSO Business Management

Steven Perley

Yeekion Yap

Chris Buckles Haley

Aaron Perlmutter

Mary and Jeffrey Zients

Shahin A. Orci

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The Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. Abouaf

Bianca Bernard

John Adams

Nanny E. Berry

Mary and Harold Adams

Hans Bez

Peter and Elaine Adams

Jason Bianchi

Robert L. Adams and Julie DeVito Adams

Bikram Yoga South Pasadena

Dr. David C. Richardson

Muniba Adil

William and Deborah Robinson

Mark Agulnik

The Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation in honor of Linda Cappello

Jeanne and Harry Robinson

David Alarcon

Cynthia and Edward Santos

Sarah Albanna

Ambassador Rockwell and Marna Schnabel

Ahmed and Manal Alfi

Frederick W. Smothers

All India Movement for Seva, Inc.

South Side Bank

Keith Allardice

Southern California Edison

Lila Ishie Ally

Spinal Associates

Nancy Alpert

Brenda Stein

Mona Maria Aossey

Susquehanna Bank

Joseph and Elizabeth Armao

Kathy Taggares

Dr. Behdad Aryavand

Susan and Misbah Tahir in memory of Noah Tahir

Janet J. Assi

Bernard C. and Serenea G. Taylor Family Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Alyssa M. Ba

John and Sirpa Brock in honor of Juoma Ristimaki and Isobelle Brock

Nancy E. Baldwin

Sheila Brutoco Young

Shumeet Baluja

Lori Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Bancroft

John Bryson and Louise Henry Bryson

Bank of America Matching Gifts

Mike Brzozowski

Goldie Barby

Carter Bundy

Lisel Welden

Doron Bardas in honor of Doron, Tamara, Jessica, Jason, and Siena

The Winter Family Fund in memory of Robert K. Adams

Keisha and Matthew Burdick in honor of Lilly Burdick

Dr. Tara Barki

Sally Burke

William Morris Endeavor

Susan Barrett in memory of Vernon J. Roden, M.D.

Lucy Butler

Robin P. Wolaner

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bay

Jane and Robert Woolley

Willow Bay and Robert Iger

Yahoo! Employee Funds

Lynn W. Bayer

Bennet Yee

Stephen and Elizabeth Bechtel

Zuma Press Inc.

Laurie and Bill Benenson

Julianne Phillips and Marc Gurvitz William and Eva Price The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Trystan Upstill Charlotte and Peter Vincent Walden University Thomas and Katharine Waldmann Diana and Robert Walker

$1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous (45)

Kaream Assi

Leslie Benson Gil and Kathy Benton Sandra Berg

Allison L. Blechman Joyanne Bloom David Bock Alfred Boeckli The Bodhisattva Foundation Lori Bookstein Bridget Bourgon Daniel and Esther Brabec Michael Braun in honor of Reto Braun Jay Brecker and Eileen Cowin Jonathan Bredin Pam and Kurt Brendlinger

Sean Byrne Sandy M. Cademartori Linda and Alex Cappello Emilio Carranza Cars 4 Causes Kurt Casper Jane H. Caulfield Causecast Foundation

ANNUAL SUPPORT Suk Wah Anita Chan

Sally Dunlap

Rachelle Gaa

Hsiao Shi ‘Victor’ Chen in Honor of Olivia Chen

John and Fiona Eberts

Ms. M. Caroline Gamble

Kathie and Robert Eckert

Inna Gerlovina

Aaron Edelheit

Barry Gertz

David and Jean Ehnebuske

Jody and Rhonda Gessow

Charles and Diane Eilers in honor of Kasey Davis

Gilt Groupe

Max Cheung Robert Chitwood Chubb and Son, Inc. Claremont High School Associated Student Body

Douglas Eldred Eli Lilly and Company Foundation

Rick and Lynn Giovinazzo Amy Glad

Adnan and Zerifie Elkadri

Cynthia Glazar and Mark Cendrowski in memory of Paul Manning

Tyler Ellis

The Glickenhaus Foundation

Scott Emerman

Gary and Kristin Godfrey

Aviva and Carl Covitz

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

David and Sherry Gold

James Cowie

John and Kristin Epstein

Carol Crofoot

Phyllis Epstein

Rich and Anne Cronin

Mr. H. Allen Evans

Richard and Alison Crowell

Ornella Faraoni

Dr. Karoly Csatorday

Russell Faucett

The D&B Foundation

Lelani O. and Bradley C. Fauvre

Tami Dairiki

Adam M. Ferne

Alan Daniels

Albert and Yasmine Ferris in memory of James Ferris

Dawn Cohen Angela Collins Telles Ellyn M. Corey Brent and Pam Cousino

Davis Family Trust

George Golden and Deanna Louie Stan and Abbie Golden Good Works Health Inc. Wm. Christopher Gorog Brand Gould and Jinx Garza Glenn Gould Marcy and Bennett Grau Robert V. Graziano and Wendy Wachtell Jerrold and Madelyne Green

Marilyn Fife

Reginald and Maggie Green

First United Methodist Church

Dr. Richard Greenberg

Dell Direct Giving Campaign

Marianna and David Fisher in honor of Debbie and Damon Fisher

Lenore Gregor

Del Mar M.E.D.

Arnold and Judy Fishman

Dennis Deloria and Suzanne Thouvenelle

GSI Commerce Call Center, Inc.

Linda Derschang

The Flaster Valji Family Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Mark K. Gunderson in memory of Hideko Sato

Deschutes Investments Consulting, LLC

Flint Hill School

Paul Haahr

Frank Dino

FormFactor Inc.

Ronald S. Haft

Dennis and Marianne Doherty

Emily Fortuna

Harness, Dickey and Pierce, P.L.C.

Rick Donovan

Mark and Cherylana Foss

Rosemary H. and Brent Harrell

Stephen A. Driscoll

Franklin Templeton Investments

Nobuaki Hashizume

Mike and Hannah Ducey

Shirley J. Fredricks

Peggy Hedberg

Peggy Dufour

Robert Friedman

Gregory Heinzinger and Kerstin Pfann

James Dufrain

Friends Academy

Stewart Herrera

Stephen Duncan

The Fuller Foundation, Inc.

Susan and Tom Hertz

Guido Deboeck Delevan Drive Elementary School PTA

Connie Groves and Jonathan Witt

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Hidalgo Ventures, LLC

F. John Kavak

Stuart Mackey

Judith Hill

Jonathan and Nancy Kaye

Leonard Hill in honor of Boryana Zeitz

Pam Kearney-Sheperd

Mamaroneck High School - Students Taking Action Now for Darfur

Mr. James G. Hoffman

Greg Kimball

Laura A. Hoganson in memory of Gary Paul Hoganson

King’s Hardware, LLC

Metz and Mary Holder Monica Holguin Stephen and Margot Holland Michael and Laura Holt Henry H. and Eleanor Hood Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Hormel Foods Corporation Colin Horowitz Essa Hu Hsu-Yin Kuo Huang Michael Hubbard Peter M. Hudelson Alyssa Hunt Information Technology Systems

Todd B. Kirshner Klein, O’Neill, and Singh, LLP Lisa V. Koenig Nathan Kriege Naomi and Edward Kritzer Labaton Sucharow, LLP Adam Laden and Liz Lieberman Tack Lam Nancy and John Lancy Lang Foundation Fabian Lange Harry Lange Larchmont Temple James S. LaSovage

Eileen and Warren Martin Lawyer Martin Dennis G. and Marilyn G. Martin Mario A. Martinez Mark Matlock Jennifer Mattimoe Linda May and Jack Suzar Allan Mayer and Renee Vogel Mary McClymont Elspeth M. McDougall, M.D. Marjorie and Ernest Meadows Medical, Educational Missions and Outreach Michael D. Melnick Menlo Acquisition Corporation Janet Miller Ann Mills Rebecca Milner and Troy Plair

Intuit Foundation

Randall H. Lau in memory of Lt. Col. Stanley W. Lau, USAF

Dr. Sharon K. Isonaka

Joan and Roger Lee

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1919 Santa Monica Blvd.,Suite 400 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Phone: 310-826-7800 Fax: 310-442-6622 WASHINGTON, DC INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS 1313 L St. NW, Suite 220 Washington, DC 20005 Phone: 202-828-5155 Fax: 202-828-5156

www.InternationalMedicalCorps.org

UNITED KINGDOM INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS-UK 1st Floor 254-258 Goswell Road London EC1V 7EB Great Britain Phone: +44 (0) 207 253 0001 Fax: +44 (0) 207 250 3269

www.InternationalMedicalCorps.org.uk


2012 Annual Report - International Medical Corps