Saving Mothers, Securing Futures.


MedGlobal  is a humanitarian nonprofit organization dedicated to providing emergency response and health programs to vulnerable communities around the world. We are committed to making a lasting global impact on maternal and newborn health. Our comprehensive approach includes establishing critical healthcare facilities in underserved areas, training health care professionals in prenatal, delivery, and postpartum care, and ensuring that expectant mothers and newborns have access to essential medical services. We actively promote and encourage healthy pregnancy practices, empowering women and their families with the knowledge and resources necessary to have safe, healthy pregnancies. This includes educational programs on proper nutrition, prenatal care, and overall well-being, which contribute to healthier pregnancies and reduce maternal and newborn complications.

Every two minutes, a woman loses her life  due to complications related to pregnancy or childbirth.

This alarming statistic  highlights a global health crisis that is further aggravated by nutritional deficiencies and anemia. The Critical role of midwives in preventing countless maternal and newborn deaths cannot be overstate, yet, there is a severe global  shortage of nearly one million skilled practitioners.

MedGlobal is committed to addressing these urgent needs in conflict-ridden and disaster-affected regions such as Gaza, Syria, Bangladesh, Yemen, and Latin America.

Our comprehensive approach includes establishing necessary healthcare facilities, delivering specialized training for healthcare professionals, and ensuring that vulnerable mothers and newborns receive the essential medical services they desperately need.

By supporting MedGlobal, you become part of a  committed movement striving  for global health equality and meaningful change. Your contribution represents more than just aid; it embodies hope and a pledge  to protect the lives of mothers and children worldwide . Together, we can bridge the gap in maternal and newborn healthcare and turn  despair into hope for countless families.

This is not just a call to action — it’s an invitation to join a life-saving mission. Let’s come together  to provide health, hope, and healing to those who need it most. Join us in this critical  cause and make a significant  impact today.


In the midst of escalating conflict, Gaza is facing a dire emergency, with millions of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in urgent need of support. MedGlobal is actively providing vital healthcare services, focusing on the critical needs of maternal and child health, nutrition, and more, despite our stretched resources.

Our Primary Health Clinic in Rafah has already provided care to over 11,859 patients in just one month. Yet, challenges such as acute malnutrition in children and outbreaks of diseases like Hepatitis A remain rampant, pushing our facilities and staff to the brink. The situation demands immediate aid to sustain and expand our lifesaving services.

By donating, you can directly impact the lives of those in dire need: just $50 aids in treating a malnourished child, $100 maintains our medical points for displaced families, and $500 enhances our maternal health services.

Your support can bridge the gap between despair and hope for countless individuals in Gaza.


After eight years of conflict in the fragile state of Yemen, the healthcare system is on the verge of collapsing. There are significant short-ages of doctors, nurses, skills, medical supplies, equipment, medications, and inoperable facilities.

 MedGlobal helped to strengthen the healthcare system for mothers and babies through the following:

Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Mortality by building two Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care sites, four Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (BEmONC) health facilities providing emergency obstetric care in five health facilities, promoting healthy pregnancy practices through public health campaigns, distributing NeoWarm blankets, and conducting Maternal ultrasound training programs as well as training programs in basic newborn resuscitation.


There are an estimated 174 maternal deaths per 100,000 in Bangladesh.

MedGlobal’s local team of doctors, nurses, mental health, and community workers provide essential services for pregnant patients at a Health Post in Teknaf and a maternal birth center in Somitipara. In addition MedGlobal has provided crucial training programs to midwives and doctors to help reduce the incidence of death due to post partum hemorrhage, one of the leading causes of mortality. This comprehensive approach aims to improve access to health care for mothers and babies with the following benchmarks:

Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Mortality in collaboration with the WHO, by training 123 healthcare professionals Helping Babies Breathe, maternal and child health services, Point-Of-Care Ultrasound, Basic Life Support in Obstetrics, Essential Newborn Care, and health communication, equipping three primary healthcare centers with ultrasound machines for early detection of high-risk pregnancies.


The crisis in Venezuela has been ongoing since 2015, leading to 7 million refugees leaving the country. Colombia hosts 2 million of these refugees, with the number continuing to increase.

MedGlobal helped to strengthen the healthcare system for mothers and babies through the following:

MedGlobal’s work includes training local healthcare workers in OB POCUS, providing ultrasound services in Casa Venezuela, distributing hygiene and newborn kits in public hospitals, and offering nutritional support for mothers and babies, all aimed at improving maternal and infant healthcare in underserved communities.


Syria remains a complex humanitarian crisis and protection emergency due to over a decade of ongoing hostilities, including widespread destruction of civilian infrastructure and the world’s largest number of internally displaced people.

 MedGlobal helped to strengthen the healthcare system for mothers and babies through the following:

Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Mortality by operating pediatric and reproductive health clinics in 5 primary healthcare centers as well as 2 mobile clinics. Conducting nutritional programs for children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women (PLWs) within PHC centers and via outreach teams (covering IYCF, CMAM, and referrals). Providing adult ICU care, including specialized attention to women. Facilitating referral services for women and children through an extensive ambulance network. Offering comprehensive BeMONC services at the Souran PHC center.


The ‘For Mama’ Campaign launched as a response to the urgent – but solvable – global maternal health crisis. 

Mothers are the heart of healthy families, vibrant communities, and prosperous societies. Yet every two minutes a woman dies during pregnancy or childbirth.  

Launched by a coalition of U.S. and U.K. faith-inspired philanthropies and donors, the ‘For Mama Campaign’ aims to raise awareness of the high rates of maternal deaths and around the world, which impact our most vulnerable women whose needs and experiences are too often overlooked.  

Most of these deaths are entirely preventable with existing tools and access to consistent, quality care throughout pregnancy. 

The campaign challenges all of us to think what we can—and should do—’for mama’ to ensure that life-saving interventions reach the mothers and babies who need them most.   

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