Hope for a Guatemalan Hospital
At Medical Teams International, we provide life-saving medical care for vulnerable individuals around the world. Now that COVID-19 has entered every country where we work, access to critical medical supplies for our health care workers is more important than ever.
Love in Action in the Time of Coronavirus
It’s hard to believe that an animal-borne disease from the other side of the world has, over the course of four months, spread to more than 200,000 people in 156 countries across the globe. For those of us in the…
Boldly Breaking Barriers 4.2 Million Times
Supporters like you had a tremendous impact on people’s lives last year, and we’re excited to share just a handful of accomplishments before the release of our full 2019 Annual Report. Every number on this page represents a person. Someone…
A Look at Life for Venezuelan Migrants
The Colombian public healthcare system has completely collapsed under the weight of thousands of Venezuelans who have fled across the border in need of care. The fact that urgent support is needed is undeniable.
Hurricane Dorian Turns Paradise Into A Disaster Zone
“Dorian won’t budge” warned the National Hurricane Center in its hourly update on September 2. Slow moving and deadly, Hurricane Dorian hung over the Bahamas, trapping people for nearly two days. Now we’re seeing the devastation left in the wake of the Category 5 storm. Hurricane Dorian pummeled homes, flooded roads and took lives. The Bahamas…
8 Fascinating Facts from our 2018 Annual Report
Thank you for your generous support of these 8 areas as well as many others in 2018. We look forward to sharing many more stories of healing this year and are grateful for your dedication to make sure that every person knows that they matter. To God and to us.
Hurricane Florence Slams into North Carolina
As Hurricane Florence begins cutting into the eastern United States, Medical Teams International is poised to respond.
Haiti: Rebounding From Disasters
There’s a saying in Haitian Creole that articulates the sentiments of so many, Ou pa ka viv san espwa. Translated, it means: “You can’t live without hope.” Haitians now live with more hope because of your years of support…
Bringing Emergency Medical Care to Nepal
At 11:56 a.m., on a remote mountainside in Nepal, the ground under Chunumaya’s feet began to shake…
Life or Death for Congolese Refugees
Andrew Hoskins, Medical Teams International’s Country Director for Uganda, hadn’t even eaten breakfast when he received an urgent call from the UN’s refugee agency…