IFMSA

Attacks on Medical Education

Sunday, April 22, 2018
The attacks on healthcare are a shocking reality of ongoing violent conflicts. This report aims to explore the impact pf violence on medical education, with its specific components, such as education facilities, teaching hospitals, libraries, professors, medical students and all other directly related components.

IFMSA on the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Yemen

Friday, November 10, 2017
In reaction to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Yemen, the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations, a coalition member, and National Association of Medical Students in Yemen released an appeal to advocate for immediate access to medical and humanitarian aid for people in need and urge involved parties to immediately take concrete steps to improve the situation.

Statement on the Protection of Health Services

Monday, November 28, 2016
The last week has seen the surge of violence in Syria’s city of Aleppo, in which every hospital in the rebel-held east Aleppo has been damaged to the extent of putting them out of service (a statement confirmed by the World Health Organization), leaving more than 250,000 men, women, and children living in east Aleppo without access to health care. In light of this, the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) reaffirms its firm stance against violations of International Humanitarian Law and attacks on health care workers, facilities, and systems.