Providing life-giving health care around the world.
Access to healthcare is essential, but it’s also expensive–and sometimes, it’s just not available. Less developed countries pay the price: low-income countries have a life expectancy that is 18 years lower than that of high-income countries.
So Humanity First USA tackles this problem through a multi-pronged approach that delivers care to as many people as possible. Humanity First builds hospitals so that people can access care. But not everyone can travel to a hospital. That’s why Humanity First USA also operates mobile medical clinics, so that patients can get care where they live. And our medical missions bring experts from different countries together to see patients who might otherwise go untreated. And we send necessary medicine and supplies to our partners.
Volunteer Medical Teams
Medical and surgical missions boost local access to health screenings, medications, and treatments. Our medical teams run mobile clinics, join forces with healthcare institutions, and train healthcare professionals to build local capacity. We support teams of local doctors, nurses, and staff to host clinics in areas with few medical institutions. And healthcare professionals from the United States travel abroad to see patients, provide training, and work together with local teams.
Student Gift Of Health Missions
Humanity First USA and our Humanity First Student Division lead learning exchanges for U.S. students to support patient care as we inspire a new generation of medical professionals to serve those in need. Working with our Global Health team, students plan the trip, fundraise for their travel, and join U.S. or local medical professionals serving patients at rotating clinics in underserved communities. Recent exchanges to Guyana and Guatemala allowed pre-med and medical students to work hands-on in patient care and shadow doctors to observe quality care in low-resource settings..
Doctors4Humanity is the community of volunteer medical professionals who are integral to Humanity First USA’s humanitarian impact. Doctors4Humanity stands ready to respond to disasters, join traveling medical missions, volunteer in the U.S., and fundraise for Humanity First USA’s live-giving healthcare programs.Learn more
Nasir Hospital in Guatemala serves almost 10,000 people each year. Our health center in Bamako, Mali, is the only 24-hour medical facility in the area, offering consistent care to thousands of people. And in the remote villages of Indonesia, the Asih Sasama (Love for All) Medical Center cares for 6,000 patients every year.
Nasir Hospital, Guatemala
Nasir Hospital offers over 20 medical services and specialties, 25 in-patient beds, and a maternal ward, all staffed by local physicians, nurses, and support personnel. Since 2018, it has served over 60,000 patients and performed over 1,000 surgeries.
Asih Sasama Clinic, Indonesia
Our medical clinic serves 6,000+ patients in remote areas. Since 2014 the clinic has focused on health and wellness through in-patient services, managing chronic conditions, and community programs.
Bamako Medical Center, Mali
Established in 2013, this 24/7 medical center serves 10,000+ patients with multiple medical specialties including maternal health services. It’s the only private facility authorized to administer children's vaccinations.
Where We Work
How to help
To provide life-giving health care around the world.
Make a one-time donation to support families or if it is easier a monthly recurring donation to help provide healthcare to all.
Peer-to-peer fundraising is the best way to create awareness of the work we do, click the fundraise tab and start a fundraiser for our global health camps and needy patient funds.
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