Since July 2009, ALIMA has been working together with its local partner BEFEN (Well-being of the Woman and Child in Niger) in Niger. The project focuses on the medical management of malnutrition and malaria in the district of Mirriah.
In December 2009, ALIMA partnered with the Chain of Hope to work on their project of setting up a pediatric cardiac surgery unit in Baghdad, Iraq.
Two days after the dreadful earthquake struck Haiti, ALIMA intervened to provide specialized surgical care. Following the controversy over amputations, ALIMA decided to implement a research, Monitoring and Treatment of Limb Trauma (SUTRA ²) which aims to evaluate the different surgical procedures in this type of disaster. Finally, as cholera turned into a major health crisis, ALIMA started its intervention in response to the epidemic in November 2010.
Since May 2011, ALIMA and AMCP (Medical Alliance Against Malaria), a Malian NGO, have been working together on the free and decentralized medical management of malaria and child malnutrition in the circle of Kangaba, Mali.
In addition, ALIMA ran short-term emergency projects in Gaza during the conflict in January 2009 and in the intensive phase of the end of the civil war in Sri Lanka.