The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism, an independent mission agency based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has healthcare ministries throughout the world, which include full-service hospitals, mobile and itinerant medical clinics, crisis pregnancy centers, and community health evangelism teams.
Volunteer anesthesiologists, dentists, dental hygienists, hospital administrators, midwives, nurse practitioners, nurses, obstetricians and gynecologists, pediatricians, pharmacists, and physical therapists, physicians, physician assistants, and surgeons are needed.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society is a national humanitarian organization which caters to the health and welfare of the Palestinian people and others in need in the OPT and the Diaspora.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society has a volunteer network of more than 20,000 people.
Food for the Hungry is an international relief and development organization that strives to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor in more than 26 countries. When disasters strike, Food for the Hungry is often one of the first organizations on the ground to provide and facilitate emergency relief assistance to those in urgent need of food, shelter, and medical care.
The nonprofit Arab World Ministries is passionate about initiating church-planting movements among the unreached in the Arab world.
Your qualifications and experience in medicine, engineering, banking, business, or education may have great potential to allow you to reach key Arab people with the gospel. If interested, please review the website for short or long-term volunteer positions.
Hand in Hand for Syria—a UK-registered charity—is one of very few aid agencies providing emergency humanitarian aid inside Syria.
The agency is always looking for volunteer doctors, surgeons, and specialists with skills relevant to conflict zones, ideally with Arabic-language proficiency.
Arabic Church of Houston is a mission-minded Christian church that conducts medical missions in Texas and in the Middle East.
From Bethlehem to the World conducts medical mission trips to Israel, Jordan, Syria, and the Palestinian Territories. Medical mission trips host medical professionals who bring the talent, time, and compassion to provide care for those who could never afford it.
Syrian American Medical Society is a nonprofit organization working on the front lines of crisis relief in Syria and neighboring countries to alleviate suffering and save lives.
The participation of volunteer physicians and healthcare professionals is needed on medical mission trips.
Life for Relief and Development is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to alleviating human suffering regardless of race, color, religion, or cultural background. In response to poverty, famine, social and economic turmoil, natural disasters, war, and other catastrophes, assistance is provided to people across the globe by offering humanitarian services such as food, water, and temporary shelter as well as health care and education.
Helping Hand for Relief and Development is a nonprofit organization responding
Opportunities to volunteer for overseas relief work are provided. Medical professionals are often needed to support field hospitals.
Goal Global is a nonprofit organization that aims to ensure that the poorest and most vulnerable in our world and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, health care, and education.
Baitulmaal is an international charity and relief organization devoted to sustainable development and disaster relief.
American Refugee Committee is a nonprofit organization that works with refugees to help them survive crises and rebuild lives of dignity, health, security, and self-sufficiency.
Applications are accepted from those with skills in medicine for volunteer/intern positions at overseas locations.
Islamic Relief USA is a nonprofit organization that strives to alleviate poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and diseases worldwide.
Currently, Day of Dignity events offer opportunities for healthcare professionals to volunteer in their area of the United States, providing free medical care and screenings. Please contact Islamic Relief USA to inquire about these and other opportunities to volunteer for disaster response and other initiatives worldwide.
It was by random chance I got to work with the GFR team in Jordan 2014. Turned out the organization they were working with in Jordan needed an extra translator, and I just so happened to be in Amman at the time.
I was on a bus from DC to NYC to arrange for an art show about my home (Syria) when I thought: what if I could do more? What if I can use art to do more than raise awareness about what’s going on at home! That’s when I thought of “Blooming Syria” a simple project where I work with Syrian kids to plant garden in the shape of the Syrian map. From that point on, the ideas were flowing and the end result was my project “Seen for Syria” which combined art education/ therapy with gardening and exchanging letters and drawings between Syrian refugee children and children in the U.S.
On May 29th 2014, I arrived to Amman, Jordan to start my 10-week long project with SCM and little did I know that by joining two medical missions as a humanitarian, my whole perspective on the Syrian crisis will change: I expected to see children that are depressed, and had lost all child-like qualities because of what they’ve been though. To my great surprise, these kids had a lot more to offer that I thought: while we offered them toys and candy and did face painting and planted vegetables, they offered all of us, especially me a lesson in survival; a lesson in the true meaning of hope. They shared the sincerest and heart-breaking stories about their lives in Syria, the people they had lost and what they hope to happen.
Many kids asked me to be their teacher. They’d give me hugs and kisses and shook hands with me. Not for a second did I feel that I was helping. The whole time I was at any camp, I felt that I was being showered with love. The kids I had worked with during the medical missions and at the SCM center had proven true what Vincent Van Gogh said two hundred years ago: “There’s no art like loving other people”. Today I have more hope than ever that we will have our beautiful Syria one plant at a time and one hug at a time, and like a phoenix, my beautiful Syria will rise from the ashes.
Medical Teams International is a nonprofit Christian global health organization that helps people affected by disaster, conflict, and poverty.
There are volunteer opportunities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oregon, and Washington for family practice physicians, OB/GYNs, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, certified nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, physical therapists, radiologists, sonographers, biomedical technicians, paramedics, dentists, and dental assistants. Disaster response volunteers include ER doctors, ER nurses, nurse practitioners, family and general practitioners, mental health practitioners, nutritionists, obstetricians and gynecologists, pharmacists, physician assistants, paramedics, and public health specialists.
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.)
Doctors Without Borders is an international medical humanitarian organization working in nearly 70 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.
A wide variety of volunteers are needed: physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, specialists in infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, and TB, surgeons, nurse midwives, certified midwives, licensed mental health specialists, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, pharmacists, obstetricians/gynecologists, epidemiologists, operating room nurses, and laboratory technicians.