On this trip, Global First Responder will be continuing its new initiative of partnering with local hospitals in Haiti to support sustainable healthcare development. There will be a continuation of the shared goal to equip hospitals with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide health care for patients and staff. Volunteers on this trip will not directly provide the health care, but they will instead work side by side with local physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other staff to share knowledge and skills. We are beginning where there is the greatest need: emergency and general medicine as well as pediatrics. Be a part of our partnership in Haiti, today!
Global First Responder partnered with local hospitals in Haiti for the long-term goal of supporting sustainable healthcare development. The shared goal is to equip facilities with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide and care for staff and patients. We are beginning where there is the greatest need: emergency medicine and pediatrics.
This trip involved Global First Responder members and volunteers going to Marrakech, Morocco. We worked to provide medical and humanitarian aid to locals.
Our volunteers offered medical clinics and health education classes and engaged in community service projects for the area. We worked with local physicians to provide primary health care for all ages. The health education classes covered general hygiene, disease prevention, infant care, CPR, and first-aid training. The classes were open to the public and health officials in the area.
We are always excited to be helping out, however, we particularly looked forward to working in Marrakech, Morocco—somewhere we hadn’t been before. We are grateful to have the opportunity to help to improve the lives of others and the well-being of communities!
On this trip, five groups worked together as a team to provide medical aid to residents of communities in and around Montrouis and Port-au-Prince. Global First Responder was excited to be able to work with Osapo, Project Medishare, Partners In Health, and Paul Chester Children’s Hope Foundation. A large team delivered large results!
Volunteers offered full-service medical clinics and health education classes and engaged in community service projects. The medical clinics provided primary health care to all ages. The health education classes covered general hygiene, disease prevention, infant care, CPR, and first-aid training. The community service projects involved constructing additions and making improvements to a hospital in Montrouis.
We teamed up with Salaam Cultural Museum for a joint trip to Lesbos, Greece. Together, we worked to assist in refugee relief efforts. Volunteers offered medical care, basic humanitarian relief, and logistical assistance to displaced Syrian refugees in the Idomeni Refugee Camp.