Helping Babies Breathe Training in Pakistan

MedGlobal team, Indus Hospital in Pakistan

Compassion and Empathy Workshop in Pakistan

Adult Ultrasound Training in Pakistan

Dr. Jay Jindal urges volunteers to join Greece mission

Divina Providencia Dinner

Our Gaza mission concludes


Interview from Gaza

World Refugee Day

Report from Gaza

Report from Gaza

Report from Gaza

MedGlobal mission in Venezuela

MedGlobal and MEDCARE in Colombia

Urgent MedGLobal message from Idlib

HBB training programs in Bangladesh.

Ramadan Kareem from Dr. Sahloul

Eid Mubarak from Dr. Draper

Ramadan Mubarak from Dr. Akhras

Ramadan Kareem from Dr. Ahson

Eid Mubarak from Dr. Maryam

Lebanon Medical Mission October 2018

Rohingya preparing for monsoon 2018

Moonsoon Season 2018 Bangladesh

2018 in review

2017 in review


In The Press

CBS 2 MedGlobal Report

Tracy Ibgui, a registered nurse from Clarendon Hills, traveled to the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh, to help victims of what the United Nations calls a genocide; mass killings of Rohingya Muslims by the government in Myanmar.

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“Women want to control the time that they deliver because things are unexpected,” Sahloul said. “A bombing can happen at any time, and in the middle of the night you cannot move to the hospital.”

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PHR Physicians for Human Rights

Every day is a busy day at the Hope Foundation clinic outside Balukhali camp in Bangladesh. The small facility teems with Rohingya refugees who have fled a campaign of brutal violence by the Myanmar military. The week I was there last December, there was a man with a bullet wound, a woman with facial burns, and more women with tiny babies than I could count. 

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Even for children who weren’t separated from their parents during immigration processing, the psycho-emotional stressors of making such a journey can be “far worse than the physical ones,” retired pediatrician John Kahler said.

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“Sharing the information with the United Nations did not lead to greater protection,” said Dr Zaher Sahloul, the president of MedGlobal who was recently in Idlib. “If anything people are thinking right now that by sharing this information it’s increasing the risk of targeting the hospitals.”

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Syrian Muslims, Rohingya Muslims and Yemeni Muslims are very different from each other in terms of literacy rates, lifestyles and occupations, says retired pediatrician John Kahler. Yet, today, all of these groups are struggling with escalating violence in their homelands, resulting in growing humanitarian crises around the world.

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Queens Free Press

According to a Word Health Organization (WHO) situation report, there are 18.8 million people in Yemen who are in need of some sort of humanitarian aid. 14.8 million people in Yemen have no access to health care services. 

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The National Hellenic Museum will host a conversation with MedGlobal Doctors John Kahler and Peter Houck on the current state of the refugee crisis in Greece on Sunday, August 11, 2019, from 2 – 4 PM. 

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“I saw some villages completely emptied or half-emptied of their residents,” said Dr. Zaher Sahloul, the president of MedGlobal, an organization that sends medical teams to disaster regions, who risked the bombardments and threats from extremist groups to visit some of the most devastated areas this week.

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Helping Babie Survive Logo

As a general pediatrician, and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) instructor from Vernon, BC, Canada, I couldn’t help but see a need for newborn resuscitation education when I volunteered with MedGlobal for the first time in the Rohingya refugee camp, near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in April, 2018. 

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