Thank you for your generous support of MedGlobal.

MedGlobal is secure.
256-bit SSL encryption is protecting all of your digital transactions.

MedGlobal needs your continued support. In 2018 your generous donations helped to provide for over 110,687 consultations for vulnerable patients in 14 countries. We’re looking forward to serving more people in 2019 and reaching even more regions. 

Your donations heal and save lives.

If you would prefer to support MedGlobal in a sustainable way, you can make a monthly contribution to support our work year round. Your donation will be renewed automatically each month and can be cancelled at any time. Or you can specify which mission you’d like you’d like to support directly below. In each case we thank you for your generous support, care, and attention4



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.



MedGlobal’s diverse and highly-skilled medical professionals will provide hands-on medical and surgical support and training with the overall objective of providing life-saving healthcare services for patients with the greatest needs. This includes patients with complex medical and surgical cases that have not been able to access healthcare services. The team will perform diagnostic and interventional procedures as well as build capacity for local physicians and other healthcare providers through a combination of hands-on and didactic education.



There are currently over 11,000 refugees housed on the islands of Lesvos, Chios, Samos, Kos and Rhodes. There are more refugees coming through the north-eastern Greek border from Turkey every day. According to IOM, through July 15, 2018, the total number of sea arrivals to Greek territory since January 1st is 14,678. April remains the busiest month for irregular migration by land and sea to Greece, with a total of 7,009 men, women and children arriving. February was the lowest with 1,610.


Kurdistan Of Iraq

In January of 2014, the eruption of armed conflict in northern Iraq and subsequent large-scale territorial seizures by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), has resulted in displacement of millions of Iraqis and left the country in a state of mass destruction. The pace and scale of displacement makes the Iraq crisis one of the largest and most volatile in the world.



After 7 years of conflict due to the Syrian Civil war the United Nations have identified 13.5 million Syrians requiring humanitarian assistance, more than 6 million which are internally displaced and around 5 million who are refugees outside of Syria. This has resulted in 1.5 MILLION Syrian Refugees living in Lebanon, amounting to more than a quarter of the population, the highest number of refugees per capita in the world.



Together with the Indus Health Network, MedGlobal will be taking a team of trainers to provide courses in Helping Babies Breathe, Adult and Antenatal Ultrasound and Empathy Training to healthcare professionals from rural areas across Pakistan. The mission will be based in Karachi, Pakistan, from November 17 through 24, 2019.



The continued fighting and crisis in Idlib has left people with nowhere to go except the Euphrates shield area and Olive Branch to the north east that is controlled by Turkey. Turkey has sealed its border and is not allowing refugees in. Turkey already has 3.5 million Syrian refugees and there is an expected 1-2 million more Syrians who will be displaced at the Syrian-Turkish border. Preparations are underway in Turkey to accommodate 580,000 IDPs in Efrin/Euphrates shield area, though nothing is finalized. The cost of displacement of 800,000 people is projected to be about 350 million dollars, with 200 million already allocated from the UN.



The migrant crisis in Venezuela is the second largest worldwide after Syria. The challenge of this mass exodus is the healthcare condition of Venezuelan refugees. Venezuelan refugees require immediate healthcare services when arriving to receiving countries, both collapsing local healthcare systems and representing a public health threat if left untreated. Unfortunately, the increase in migrants to Colombia has also resulted in and increase in rates of malnourishment among Venezuelans. Venezuelans are limited in jobs, housing, and resources to address their basic needs both in their home country and in the receiving countries to which they are migrating to.



Yemen’s health sector faces major institutional challenges; less than half of Yemen’s health facilities are functioning, there is a severe shortage of medicines, healthcare access is difficult, and hospitals are short of doctors and medical staff. It has proven difficult for humanitarian organizations to provide aid to Yemen due to the lack of open routes and ongoing violence; local aid workers have been subject to abduction by Houthi rebels.

According to WHO Health Cluster analysis, the main causes of avoidable deaths in Yemen are communicable diseases, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions (together accounting for 50 per cent of mortality), and non-communicable diseases (39 per cent of mortality).