International Day of the Midwife 2013 is on Sunday May 5. Take a glimpse into the life of Nabila from Afghanistan. She's made her childhood dream of becoming a midwife a reality. Every day she is saving lives.
There’s an epidemic of measles in Swansea. Sadly, one man has lost his life. This is terribly sad. And it made me think about the work that Merlin is doing.
Solar-powered lighting is changing the way Merlin’s clinics work. We now have solar-powered lighting installed in 27 health posts. By putting light into clinics, they can operate longer and see more patients.
It’s been lurking as an ambition for as long as I can remember. An annual fixture of my childhood, being glued to the telly, marvelling at the swarms of runners parading past London landmarks
Rick Merrick, a dedicated Merlin supporter is taking on the Virgin London Marathon 2013 and shares his top training and fundraising tips.
Lucy Speed, ex Eastenders star and proud Merlin supporter celebrates her first Mother's Day. Thinking about the mothers and children around the world without proper healthcare, she's decided to do the Plumpy'Nut Challenge.
The typhoon’s humanitarian impact was indeed tremendous with 6.2 million people being affected. Nearly a million people were displaced outside evacuation centres and 1,146 reported dead. 834 are still counted as missing.
If you asked me what keeps me going ten years on, it is the progress that I know I’ve made during my time with Merlin. We’ve worked in so many countries, responded to so many large scale as well as silent emergencies.
Imogen Ward, Merlin’s Marketing & Communications Director, joined the international health charity Merlin 10 years ago this month. Here she documents what Merlin means to her and how a recent trip to Liberia helped her love her job that little bit more…