Global First Responder volunteers will be providing assistance to displaced refugees. We will hold medical clinics in coordination with other organizations.
This trip involves Global First Responder members and volunteers traveling to Thailand to provide medical and humanitarian aid to locals. Our volunteers offer medical clinics and health education classes and engage in community service projects for the area. We work with local physicians to provide primary health care for all ages. The health education classes cover general hygiene, disease prevention, infant care, CPR, and first-aid training. Classes will be open to the public and health officials in the area.
We are looking forward to and are grateful for the opportunity to help to improve the lives of others and the well-being of communities. Join us!
Our volunteers will host a public outreach clinic and perform various community development projects.
Along with Partners in Health and the staff at St. Nicholas Hospital, Global First Responder will hold a 2-day public outreach clinic for patients in need of healthcare. While in Haiti we will educate doctors, nurses and staff through a 2-day medical academic conference in St. Marc.
Our construction team will be working on improvements on to the Kay Mackenson clinic for Type 1 Diabetics in Haiti. They have requested infrastructure improvements including cabinets and shelving to rooms.
Number of Volunteers: 20
The Global First Responder team will be working with Amazon Promise to provide a 5-day clinic for those in need. Our construction team will build a medical supply depot to store medical equipment and medication.