4 the World is a U.S.-based non-profit organization providing support to under-developed communities throughout the world, by empowering local people to collaborate, learn new skills, and improve their own communities. They are developing a medical clinic in Selena Belize.
The mission of ACTS is to promote sustainable programs for health, education and development in collaboration with rural Honduran communities in the Yoro region and to foster cross-cultural understanding between us.
Advantage Haiti serves the needs of those with disabling conditions through the Rehabilitation Clinic & the Prosthetics / Orthotics Shop at the Cayes Clinic in Les Cayes, The Bernice Johnson Center (vocational training program for women with disabilities and--starting in May 2010--rehabilitation clinic that can house persons who need to stay in the area for short or longer term rehabilitation. The Rehabilitation Brace Shop is equipped to fabricate custom orthotics. Other programs include those for Blindness and Low Vision and School Sponsorships.
Adventure In Missions is a non-denominational Christian ministry dedicated to bridging the gap between North Americans and the needy and neglected of Honduras. Has medical outreach teams. Not related to Adventures in Mission (adventures.org)
Agape Flights makes regular weekly flights to Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Bahamas for over 350 missionary families. Agape distributes medicine, medical supplies, nutritional supplements. They coordinate short-term, volunteer mission teams and organizes and implement self-sustaining community development projects. They run a Mission House in Santo Domingo. Also serves in Honduras and Belize.
Agape in Action seeks to bring hope to the poor and disadvantaged in Guatemala by providing physical, medical and spiritual aid. Surgical care is provided at the Santa Cruz del Quiche government hospital, and volunteers serve poor Mayan Indians in rural clinic settings as well.
Aid for Haiti is a nonprofit organization that exists to aid the people of Haiti through compassionate health care, spiritual ministry and training for service. Aid for Haiti conducts both surgical missions to La Colline and rural medical missions several times each year.
From Christ United Methodist Church, Jasper, Alabama. Groups go under the umbrella of Volunteers in Missions, United Methodist Church. They are interdenominational. 45 teams went last year on medical, dental, eye, and building trips. Opened Ciriboya Health Clinic. Goal: Function as a regional hospital, clinic, emergency services 24/7, referral center, training for medical personnel, eye, dental, and public health center.
AMG International (Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel) is an evangelical mission and relief agency, currently ministering in 55 countries of the world. They have a hospital in Cubulco, Guatemala (Senorita Elena Medical) that is partly staffed by short-term medical missionaries from the U.S. and Canada.
Support organizations for Hospitalito Atitlan-- a small private non-profit hospital serving a population of 43,000 Tz'utujil Maya on the southern shore of Lake Atitlan in the highlands of Guatemala. Local physicians work with volunteer medical personnel from around the world to provide a comprehensive scope of care, including the only 24/7 emergency and surgical obstetrical care within a 2-hour radius.
AMURT - Haiti operates numerous programs including educational, urban ecology, rural environmental initiative and rural healthcare. AMURT - Haiti offers daily mobile health clinics in underserved areas of Port au Prince and the NW Artibonite. In addition, AMURT-Haiti runs a homeopathy program in Commune Anse Rouge, and supports the health clinic it built in Commune Terre-Neuves.
Angel Missions Haiti coordinates state-of-the-art medical care and delivers elementary education to the children of Haiti in concert with providing primary health education to Haitian physicians through its U.S. and Haitian missions.
Archangel Airborne is a not for profit organization of aviators, clinicians and multidisciplinary specialists whose mission is to provide medical, logistical and consultative support to areas in need of re-stabilization.
Based on years of work in Xela and the rural areas that surround the city, Pop Wuj teachers believe that lack of access to healthcare is one of the most pressing problems in present-day Guatemala. The Pop Wuj Clinic exists to address that need. Since its opening, the Pop Wuj clinic has opened its doors to students and healthcare professionals interested in helping in this process with donations of time, ideas, money or equipment.
ASSADE is a non governmental, non-profit organization offering primary health services, equally to the population of San Andres Itzapa and Chimaltenango. Employs two doctors and a pharmacist. Hosts medical missions.
ASSOCIATION HAITIENNE DE DEVELOPPEMENT HUMAIN, INC., is a non-profit organization founded in November 1986 by a group of Haitians in New Orleans, Louisiana, who pooled their professional, intellectual, economic and cultural resources. AHDH aims to promote the welfare of Haitians by contributing to and / or instituting humanitarian programs (health, education, culture, development, etc)in Haiti and in Louisiana.
The Baptist Haiti Mission's medical ministry in Fermathe, Haiti (close to Port-au-Prince) serves the local population as well as those in remote areas. The medical staff operates a 100 bed full service hospital and tuberculosis sanitarium, as well as outpatient clinics serving hundreds daily.
BMDMI sends short-term and full-time missionaries abroad to minister to impoverished people through medical-dental volunteer mission teams. For the past 3 decades, BMDMI has been ministering in the remote villages of Honduras and Nicaragua striving to meet the needs of people who are in great need. Our short-term mission teams comprised of professionals and non-professionals alike play a critical role in meeting these needs.
Baptist Medical Missions International is a program offering free medical care by volunteer health care professionals where there is need around the world. The medical/evangelistic teams, comprised of hundreds of doctors, dentists, optometrists, pharmacists, nurses, and a host of other health care professionals visited/will visit in 2004 Guatemala, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic, as well as many other countries.
The project is a parish ministry of St. John the Baptist Catholic Community, Silver Spring, Maryland. It enables people in St. Pierre parish, Baraderes, to obtain health and educational services they otherwise would not have. Baraderes is on the north coast of Haiti's western peninsula, about 100 miles west of Port-au-Prince.
Humanitarian aid organization with the purpose of addressing the difficulties facing the indigent population living in the bateys [labor enclaves] of the Dominican Republic, including the Haitian migrants and their families by raising awareness about their plight by facilitating dialogues and by forming partnerships so that effective programs can be created.
Mission Statement: The goal of Medical Mission Exchange(MMEX) is to facilitate referrals of underserved patients to appropriate medical specialists in Belize, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras and Guatemala.