Ongoing through 2019

Country Facts

  • Over 1.3 million Rohingya refugees currently residing in Bangladesh after suffering genocide and persecution in Myanmar since the 1990’s
  • Over 60% are children
  • Since August 2017 over 800,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh

MedGlobal's Response

  • Partner with OBAT Helpers
  • Send weekly Medical Providers to service over 1200 patients per week
  • In 2018 we treated 30,079 Beneficiaries
  • In 2018 we sent 191 Volunteers to Bangladesh


On August 25, 2017 the Rohingya Arsa militants attacked several police posts in Rakhine state. In response, the Myanmar military launched what it called a “clearance operation,” which was essentially a pseudonym for ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya. Since August of 2017, over 500,000 Rohingya women, children, and men have fled the Rakhine State region.

Most Rohingya refugees arrived in Bangladesh with only the clothes on their backs. Now, over to 1.3 million refugees have set up camps in difficult terrains with little access to safe drinking water, food, shelter, or healthcare. The need for aid with this vastly growing humanitarian crisis has been overwhelming.


We are currently sending weekly teams of 4-8 medical personnel to the MedGlobal clinic in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. We are working in partnership with OBAT Helpers to provide Medical Professionals to service their clinic in Camp 4 Kutupalong Refugee camp.

The clinic currently sees close to 2000 Rohingya patients per week providing primary care, emergency, free medications and referrals. We are also working closely with OBAT Helpers to establish training programs for the local and refugee populations.


We are currently sending weekly teams of 4-8 medical personnel to the MedGlobal clinic in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. We are recruiting medical professionals who can work in a Primary Care setting with preference for the following:

Specialties Needed:
  • Internal Medicine
  • Family Practice
  • General Practitioner
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Paramedics
  • Specialties
  • OB-GYN
  • Emergency Room
  • Infectious Disease

    Any other specialists will be considered in the application process but should be ready to work in a Primary Care capacity if selected. Volunteers must commit to a minimum stay of 7 days. We recommend longer deployments if possible

    Time Commitment:
    1 week minimum

    Dates: January 2019
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