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Global First Responder will eb working with MedGlobal in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh – Working medical clinics in Rohyngya refugee camps.  Medical personnel requested.

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Cost of Materials: $5,149 + $50,000 of Donated Solar Panels | Number of Volunteers: 6 | Population: 9,301 The GFR construction/solar team deployed to Puerto Rico for continuing reconstruction efforts and installation of solar to facilities in need in multiple cities.   Solar was installed on a cancer clinic in Vieques. Often members of this

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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.

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Cost of Materials: $5,183 + $30,000 in donated solar panels | Number of Volunteers: 4 Arroyo Population: 19,117 | Patillas Population: 19,277 Global First Responder construction team to repaired homes devastated by the hurricane. Solar panels were installed on two clinics; one clinic in Arroyo and another in Patillas. The progress made on this trip

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While in Puerto Rico we will be working to assist in hurricane relief efforts with both healthcare and construction crews. Potential construction projects while in the country include solar panel installation at clinics, provision of medical services at a shelter, and demolition at a clinic or housing.

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Cost of Materials: $4,614 | Number of Volunteers: 9 | Population 462,000 Our volunteers ran public health clinics along with members of the Liberian health authorities as well as participating in an academic conference with the local medical school. We worked with Jackson F. Doe Hospital to serve over 500 patients in 3 days.  While in Liberia

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On this trip, Global First Responder will be continuing its new initiative of partnering with local hospitals in Haiti to support sustainable healthcare development. There will be sustainment of the shared goal to equip hospitals with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide health care for patients and staff. Volunteers on this trip will not directly provide the

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This trip involves Global First Responder members and volunteers traveling to the Outside Marrakech in Morocco 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

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Cost of Materials: $7,759 | Number of Volunteers: 15 On this trip, 15 volunteers finished the guest wing on Osapo Hospital. 

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Cost of Materials: $2,947 | Number of Volunteers: 11 GFR provided medical care and dental care to communities in and around Puttaparthi, India. Clinic was held in 5 villages and served over 1,000 patients. During our time in India, we followed up on care provided during our August 2015 trip. Health education was provided to

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On this trip, Global First Responder continued its new initiative of partnering with local hospitals in Haiti to support sustainable healthcare development. There was sustainment of the shared goal to equip hospitals with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide health care for patients and staff. Volunteers on this trip did not directly provide the health care,

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Global First Responder partnered with local hospitals in Haiti for the long-term goal of supporting sustainable healthcare development. The shared goal is to equip facilities with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide and care for staff and patients. We are beginning where there is the greatest need: emergency medicine and pediatrics.  The purpose

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Cost of Materials: $3,700 | Number of Volunteers: 13 | Estimated Population: 6,900 13 volunteers assisted refugees in the area by running a primary care clinic and providing medication.  

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This volunteer positions for this trip have been filled. We will be working with Himalayan Family Healthcare to run clinic and make construction improvements to a local hospital.

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Cost of Materials: $9,400 | Number of Volunteers: 10  On this trip, five groups worked together as a team to provide medical aid to residents of communities in and around Montrouis and Port-au-Prince. Global First Responder was excited to be able to work with Osapo, Project Medishare, Partners In Health, and Paul Chester Children’s Hope Foundation. A large team delivered

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This trip involved Global First Responder members and volunteers going to Marrakech, Morocco. We worked to provide medical and humanitarian aid to locals. Our volunteers offered medical clinics and health education classes and engaged in community service projects for the area. We worked with local physicians to provide primary health care for all ages. The

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Cost of Materials: $13,700 | Number of Volunteers: 10 | Population 263,000 Global First Responder members and volunteers provided medical and humanitarian aid to locals in Lukula, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Solar technology was installed to Lukula General Hospital as well as an incinerator for medical waste. Toxic medical waste was previously dumped into a ditch

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We teamed up with Salaam Cultural Museum for a joint trip to Lesbos, Greece. Together, we worked to assist in refugee relief efforts. Volunteers offered medical care, basic humanitarian relief, and logistical assistance to displaced Syrian refugees in the Idomeni Refugee Camp.

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We worked together with JAHJAH Foundation to provide health care and health education to residents of Kingston and other cities in the interior of Jamaica, including Ulster Springs.

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We worked with Osapo Foundation to provide medical care, health education, and upgrades and repairs to the local community hospital.

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We worked with JAHJAH Foundation to provide health care and health education across multiple areas of Jamaica.

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We worked with International Medical Relief to provide medical care to residents in multiple rural communities across Cambodia. 

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We worked with CERT International to provide health care to residents of rural communities in and around Cusco, Peru.

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We worked in conjunction with Project Medishare at Bernard Mev Trauma and Critical Care Hospital to provide medical care to the citizens of Port-au-Prince and outlying areas.

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We worked with International Medical Relief Organization to provide medical care to residents of rural communities in and around Kisumu.

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