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Send help to refugees in need around the world.

Impact lives around the world. Your gift will send life-changing care and medical supplies to someone who is praying for help - from a mother in rural Guatemala to an orphaned Syrian child in Lebanon.

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You can provide medical and dental care, humanitarian aid, and holistic development programs to all people in need, regardless of religion, nationality, sex, or race.

Annual Report: Find out how you changed lives in 2016!

In 2016, your gifts helped 2.9 million people in 27 countries around the world. Read personal stories from the field, a heartfelt note from our President & CEO, and get a visual understanding of your impact. Read this year's Annual Report and get the full scoop on how your generosity is impacting lives around the world. 

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You can change the lives of vulnerable people around the world and here in the U.S. See how you can make an impact now:

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Fix a toothache

Mobile Dental Clinics provide free or low-cost urgent dental care for patients in Washington and Oregon who couldn't otherwise afford it.

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Help Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugees in Aleppo and Lebanon are in urgent need of medical care and supplies. Every hour is critical as we try to reach as many as possible.

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Lifesaving Supplies x145

Precious help is waiting in our warehouse—but it needs to be shipped to people around the world who need it urgently! Please send help today.


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From market to cholera clinic: Haiti.

If the clinic hadn’t been there, Helene said, she might have been one of the thousands who have died. Your support helped make sure Helene received the care she needed.

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Beware: 4 Refugee Myth Busters

Find out how you can take action during this critical time. Read Martha's notes from the field & learn four refugee myths and what you can do to change them.

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Miriam: A dream deferred, not lost.

Having witnessed unspeakable trauma, Mariam, a Syrian refugee, wants to help others. Thanks to you, she's now an Outreach Volunteer who's helping save and improve lives.

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Empowering local health in Nepal.

Indra and Saurav are slowly putting their lives back together after last year's earthquake. But, they wanted to do more -- they wanted to help others in their community, too.

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    "Without the medicine, we would not be talking as we are now. And I think about this: that the medicine is coming from people I did not know. This is a miracle that comes from God. And it shows that God is real, and that He is here to help me. And so now, I no longer feel that I am alone."

    - Rebecca, South Sudanese Refugee
  • "MTI has developed the expertise to assess the greatest needs. It takes manpower, and it certainly takes dollars …. As I came to understand that my community wasn’t just where I lived and worked, but that it was the world, I believe I am fulfilling why I’m here.”

    - Pat, Donor
  • "As a values-driven company focused on continuous innovation, Cambia is proud to partner with Medical Teams International. The organization has a profound impact on improving the health of our communities – both locally and globally – and the impact they’re making is both tangible and far-reaching."

    - Mark Ganz, President and CEO of Cambia Health Solutions
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    "I’m grateful for the help because before I could not smile or talk well because of the pain of my teeth and now, thanks to your help, I feel much better. I feel more sure of myself because a smile is the most beautiful (part) of a person. Many, many thanks for the help."

    - Erik, Dental Clinic Patient
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    "Volunteering allowed me to develop relationships with community members who are the most closely impacted by MTI’s work. I got to be on the end where I saw the funding move into change.”

    - Brittn, International Volunteer

How will you respond?

There are many ways you can support those suffering around the world in their time of need. Consider donating money, medical supplies or even airline miles. Apply to volunteer, both in the U.S. and around the world. Or join with us in praying for our volunteer teams, our partners in the field, and those in need around the world.