The UK nonprofit Mission:Europe is a catalyst for bringing about transformation in individuals, communities, and nations across Europe.
Volunteer opportunities vary: Serbian teams could specialize in pediatrics, women’s health, dentistry, etc; teams in Moldova provide free health or dental care in poor villages; and custom mission opportunities for individuals, teams, key leaders and churches are possible in Albania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania, and Serbia.
Children in Distress is a charity dedicated to helping suffering children in the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
The agency has an ongoing need to share best practice with local medical, nursing, therapy, and care staff and welcomes contact with volunteers who wish to share their experience and expertise.
International Children’s Heart Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free cardiac surgery to kids in developing countries while providing education to local teams.
Medical mission trips are made up of volunteer medical professionals with experience working with pediatric cardiac surgical patients, including pediatric cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, perfusionists, OR nurses, pediatric cardiologists, ICU nurses, intensivists, and respiratory therapists. Urgently needed are pediatric surgeons, pediatric cardiac anesthesiologists, OR nurses, and RNFAs with cardiac experience.
Real Medicine Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ignite the potential of the people that need help—turning aid into empowerment and victims into leaders.
The foundation looks for volunteers to participate in field work or direct public health and medical work in California, India, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Kiribati, Haiti, Turks and Caicos Islands, Serbia, Armenia, Pakistan, Peru, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan, and Uganda.
International Medical Corps is a nonprofit organization working to relieve the suffering of those impacted by war, natural disaster, and disease by delivering vital healthcare services that focus on training, helping devastated populations return to self-reliance.
International Medical Corps is looking for highly trained medical staff to add to their emergency response roster, which requires that volunteers be willing to deploy rapidly—usually within 72 hours—and for a duration of 2–8 weeks. (Preference is given to those able to deploy for longer durations.)