The Cameroon Association for the Protection and Education of the Child, a non-governmental, not for profit organization based in Cameroon, envisions a world in which all children realize their full potentials in society.
Qualified nurses, physiotherapists, and teachers specially trained in handling handicapped persons will be welcomed as volunteers at the rehabilitation centres for the handicapped. Volunteers with medical or nursing experiences are welcome to help in the orphanage’s infirmary. Doctors, HIV/AIDS counselors, medical and pre-medical students, medical researchers, and trained nurses may volunteer in hospital and local health centres.
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.
Chain of Hope, a UK-registered charity, exists to provide children affected by life-threatening heart disease with the treatment to which they very often simply do not have access.
Chain of Hope recruits volunteer cardiac surgeons, cardiac anaesthetists, cardiac intensivists, cardiac intensive care nurses, biomedical engineers, perfusionists, and cardiac theatre nurses.
Orbis International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing quality eye health to the world through training, research, and advocacy.
Orbis International retains a dedicated global network of medical professionals who provide ophthalmic education and instruction to increase the agency’s partners’ skill, service, and the quality of patient care.
Health Teams International is a nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to evangelize through the ministrations of short-term Christian healthcare teams. Dentists and hygienists, doctors and nurses, opticians, pharmacists, and non-medical volunteers are needed on all of the missions.
Cry Cameroon Ministries is a nonprofit organization that supports a primary healthcare center that is located on the grounds of the Harvest Children‘s Home in Cameroon. Not only does this center serve the children of the orphanage, but it also serves the public as well.
Volunteer doctors and nurses are needed.
The organization can use volunteers scientists, chemists, and pharmacists for drug production and drug access programs and teaching at Cameroon’s universities. Nurses, doctors, dentists, or those in public health can volunteer in an AIDS treatment center or rural or urban hospital.
Mission Doctors Association is a religious nonprofit organization that provides lifesaving medical care for the poor and training for local healthcare professionals around the world.
There are needs for volunteer OBGYNs, pediatricians, family practice and internal medicine practitioners, dentists, cardiologists, and surgeons.
IVUmed teaches surgical techniques to local physicians in low-resource countries, focusing on urology and reproductive health.
Experts in the fields of urology, anesthesia, and nursing are needed as volunteers to help educate medical personnel in partner hospitals throughout the world. Medical professionals are also needed as volunteers to assist in collecting, creating, and refining the educational materials that are used during workshops and provided as resources to the host hospital medical staff.
Helps International is a nonprofit organization that aims to improve the health and social and economic well-being of the underprivileged in Buea, Cameroon, through education, skill development, and job creation.
Non-permanent projects that volunteers may participate in are those that provide health awareness to the local community through training and medical outreach programs.
Adventist Health International (AHI) is a nonprofit corporation focused on upgrading and managing mission hospitals by providing governance, consultation, and technical assistance to a number of affiliated Seventh-day Adventist hospitals throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
AHI is built upon the many talents of its volunteers. The greatest need is for licensed healthcare professionals.
HOPE worldwide is a non-profit, faith-based volunteer program focusing on leadership training and community service throughout the world. It brings people from all different backgrounds together to work across the globe serving the world’s poor.
Village To Village Care is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to partner with the people of rural areas in African countries and other undeveloped areas of the world to help them achieve a high level of wellness by focusing on health education, nutrition, disease prevention, and treatment.
Volunteer professionals are needed to provide basic medical care to those in need in underdeveloped nations.
Southeastern Church of Christ is a religious, nonprofit organization in Indianapolis, Indiana, that engages in mission trips overseas. Volunteers may participate in various projects, including those that involve providing health care.
Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons is a nonprofit organization that exists to train and disciple African surgeons to glorify God and to provide excellent,
Christian surgeons, radiologists, anesthesiologists, gastroenterologists, and pathologists are needed as volunteers.
Medical Centers of West Africa is a Christian nonprofit organization that offers a variety of opportunities to serve in the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.
Long-term volunteer needs in Cameroon are for pediatricians, primary care physicians, general and orthopedic surgeons, pharmacists, pathologists, radiologists, lab technicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, emergency medical technicians, and paramedics. Short-term volunteers include physicians, surgeons, nurses, and other medical professionals.
CWE Missions is a non-profit organization that engages in construction—of churches, medical clinics, and educational institutions—and facilitates foreign medical and agricultural missions.
Medical missions are done with teams of volunteer physicians, nurses, dentists, eye specialists, evangelists, and support personnel.
Medical Benevolence Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works to provide hope and healing to those most in need. Working with international church partners, healing ministries are supported in more than 100 hospitals and clinics around the world.
Healthcare professionals are needed as volunteers on medical and vision mission trips.
Medical Relief International is a nonprofit organization that provides dental, medical, and humanitarian aid in part from the participation of medical and dental volunteers.
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.)
A Broader View is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide developing
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.