The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) is an international organization with chapters at universities all over the world. It strives to provide access to medical care to underprivileged and medically underserved children worldwide, including the Dominican Republic.
The Foundation for Peace is a non-profit organization working to provide education, clean water, health care, and economic opportunities for those in some of the poorest areas in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Kenya.
Free to Smile Foundation is dedicated to supporting and sustaining comprehensive, quality surgical and dental services to poor and underprivileged children and adolescents throughout the world. Free to Smile Foundation volunteers and partner organizations provide free cleft lip/palate surgery, dental and educational care.
Friend Ships provides large scale humanitarian aid, establishes development programs for people lacking essential human needs and supports ongoing programs that are having a significant, positive impact on their communities. Mission teams travel to "Friend Ships Village" in Roatan, Honduras.
The Friends of Barnabas began working in Honduras in the mid- 1990s. Their work evolved into roadside medical clinics staffed by volunteer doctors and nurses from the US. Now all teams have a physician and at least two other medical professionals. FOBF's Extended Care Program for children schedules and takes them to medical appointments
Friends of Ft. Liberte is a non-profit organization that supports the Ebenezer Medical Clinic, a primary health care clinic in Fort Liberte. In addition, they operate a child sponsorship program, fund and maintain an orphanage and provide a school lunch program for the children of the Ebenezer Baptist School.
The Friends of Haiti, Inc., of Green Bay, Wisconsin, is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to reach out in friendship to the people of Haiti, with an emphasis on improvements in health care and educational opportunities.
Friends of Honduran Children is a non-profit, volunteer-driven, grass roots organization. Working with Sociedad Amigos de los Ninos, they aim to help the impoverished children of Honduras to break the cycle of poverty which controls their lives and become independent, self-reliant, contributing adults. Work includes medical brigades.
Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti (FLM) is a nonprofit organization that works in the communities of Laboule, Boutilliers, Kenscoff, and Thomassin, located south of Port-au-Prince. FLM operates a primary and secondary school in Laboule and the House of David Community Health Center in Thomassin, providing basic health care services and health education. In addition, FLM conducts short term medical missions twice yearly.
Gaskov Clerge Foundation (GCF) works in Southern Haiti, in the district of Les Cayes. GFC operates mobile medical clinics as well as conducting annual surgical missions with teams working at Hospital Immaculee Conception, Brenda Strafford Institute or City Med Clinic.
Gehlen Catholic Mission Honduras 'Changing Lives,' was born in the fall of 2000. The vision was to create a program where students from Gehlen would do missionary work in a developing country. Sister Valerie Knoche and Sister Barb Zimmer run the Catholic Mission out of the small village of El Guante. El Guante is located about 2 hours north of Tegucigalpa and is home to about 1,000 people.
GHESKIO through its service and research activities, has emerged as leader in the fight against diarrhoeal and mycobacterial diseases as well as AIDS and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. GHESKIO has been a model of integration with and cooperation among the private, public, national, international, university, and humanitarian sectors.
The mission of Gift of Life International, Inc. is to further the cause of world peace and understanding by facilitating free medical services to children suffering from heart disease and other similar or allied diseases, regardless of race, gender, creed or national origin, and who would otherwise lack access to such services.
The Glens Falls Medical Mission Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to provide services to a medically under-served area of Guatemala. They have been sending medical and dental mission teams to the village of Nueva Santa Rosa since 1997.
GLOBAL D.I.R.T. provides communication assistance and EMS support to Port Au Prince while also collaborating in several hands-on projects. GLOBAL Dirt is currently working to connect all Haitian hospitals together through their PILS System (Patient Information and Logistics System). This system takes advantage of GLOBAL Dirts status as the only 24/7 on-call patient transport service in Haiti.
Global ENT Outreach is a non-profit foundation dedicated to providing education to ENT specialists through surgical training and humanitarian surgical services to the underserved in developing countries.
GHA's mission is to provide training and education in health, community development, and leadership to benefit individuals, families, and communities worldwide. Graduates of GHA programs are active in over 80 countries around the globe. It conducts community health worker training in Haiti.
Since 1989, Global Health Ministry has sent teams of healthcare professionals to provincial villages and distressed urban areas in Latin America and the Caribbean to help people with little or no access to professional healthcare. Founded as Global Outreach, a program of Eastern Mercy Heath System, today's Global Health Ministry has served over 18,000 people through the dedicated work of over 400 volunteers.
Global Health Outreach operates under the auspices of the CMDA. Founded in 1931, CMDA provides programs and services supporting its mission to "change hearts in healthcare" with a current membership of more than 17,000. CMDA promotes positions and addresses policies on healthcare issues; conducts overseas medical evangelism projects through its mission arm, Global Health Outreach; coordinates a network of Christian doctors for fellowship and professional growth; sponsors student ministries in medical and dental schools; distributes educational and inspirational resources; hosts marriage and family conferences; provides Third World missionary doctors with continuing education resources; and conducts academic exchange programs overseas
Global Medical Brigades is an international network of more than 50 university clubs and volunteer organizations that provide communities in developing nations with sustainable health care solutions. Our current emphasis is in Honduras, where nearly 1,000 GMB volunteers travel annually to deliver services to our 40 communities.
GMR is a collaborative effort among university students, medical professionals and other non-profit organizations to provide relief and additional resources through medical brigades, educational outreach programs and shipment of medical supplies.
Global Therapy Group was created in response to the dire need for rehabilitation services in Haiti following the earthquake of January, 2010. We are dedicated to providing sustainable rehabilitation and training to those in need throughout the world.
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.