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Medical Teams International is a member of the Integral Alliance, an alliance of Christian relief & development agencies, combining resources to maximize impact.

Disaster Response

Disaster Relief and Refugee Healthcare

Medical Teams International provides humanitarian aid during natural and man-made (conflicts, war, etc.) disasters where needs outstrip the local capacity to respond. Our Disaster Response program provides crucial healthcare supplies and support when hurricanes, earthquakes, war, or any number of natural and man-made disasters threaten lives.


Helping the vulnerable survive

In any disaster, there are critical healthcare needs that must be addressed. Poor sanitation and inaccessible healthcare can quickly escalate into outbreaks and staggering levels suffering. Particularly in countries where health systems were already weak, crises can create a serious lack of care. 

Disaster Relief: Floods, earthquakes, outbreaks...

Medical Teams International’s Disaster Response program is designed to provide a swift, coordinated disaster recovery plan in a crisis situation. Collaborating with local government agencies, we evaluate the disaster impact and coordinate with our standby pool of trained and experienced disaster response volunteers to send humanitarian aid within 48 hours.

Refugee Relief: Providing healthcare in man-made disasters

Violence and war are forcing millions to flee for their lives. With only the clothes on their back, many families must re-start in desperate conditions. Without accessible healthcare, crowded refugee camps can mean disaster for families who have nowhere else to go. The problem is only growing-- there are more displaced people now than every before.

Our work has reached survivors of war, floods, outbreaks, tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes and complex humanitarian crises.

Disaster Response in Action: Ebola Outbreak

Ebola wreaked havoc in West Africa, producing the deadliest Ebola outbreak on record. Our teams responded immediately and are working to ensure the health system is protected from future outbreaks. 

How will you respond?