South Sudan: Strengthening Access To Healthcare In Bor

We spoke with Helea Saiz, the Emergency Coordinator for our program in South Sudan to hear updates on the project.  "Thankfully, things have been quiet in Bor. Our teams follow the security protocols and have not had any incidents since we arrived. However, in the dry season, rural areas can be more dangerous due to… Read more.

Marking The 7th Anniversary Of The Syrian Civil War

The destruction of medical facilities has greatly reduced the Syrian people’s access to medical care, making the work of Doctors of the World and other humanitarian organizations on the ground especially vital. There are currently 11.3 million Syrians within Syria in need of urgent humanitarian care. In addition to providing medical care on the ground,… Read more.

Press 2013 – 2011

Not-For-Profit Known for Its Work After Sandy Opens Health Clinic in Rockaways NY1 (December 12, 2013| NEW YORK) In the Rockaways there is a high population of uninsured adults, high incidence of chronic diseases and very few local doctors. Doctors of the World decided to set up the Rockaways Free Clinic after a year of… Read more.

Press 2014

Humanitarian Group Says Wear That Ebola Costume, But Donate For a Real One Inside Edition (October 31, 2014 | NEW YORK) Wearing an Ebola suit this Halloween? Why not donate a real one as well? The year’s most controversial Halloween costume is about to become the year’s most meaningful Ebola donation device. Instead of judging… Read more.

Press 2015

  The committed medical students sacrificing their time for refugees The Guardian (December 23, 2015 | CALAIS) Students in the UK have been instrumental in organising aid collections and showing support for refugees since this summer, spurred on by heightened media coverage of the crisis that has gripped Europe. Since then, the number of people… Read more.

Press 2016

  Publicis NY Says Syrian Refugees Are Just Like Us MediaPost (December 30, 2016 | NEW YORK) Publicis New York is using its talents to raise awareness for Syrian refugees through a passion project with Doctors of the World (DOTW), an international human-rights organization that provides long-term medical assistance to refugees in Europe and the… Read more.

Press 2017

  Here Are The 2017 Innovations That Changed The World Mashable (December 23, 2017 | NEW YORK) 2017 may have been a rough year, but there were plenty of inventions, innovations, and gadgets that made the world just a slightly better place. Read more. For Refugee Moms, Giving Birth Can Be Fraught With Danger TIME… Read more.

Press 2018

Spanish Activist In Morocco Court Over People Smuggling Charge Guardian (January 10, 2018 | MADRID) A Spanish journalist and human rights activist who is thought to have saved hundreds of lives by alerting maritime authorities to the plight of vulnerable migrants in the Mediterranean has appeared in court in Morocco over allegations that she has… Read more.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

In Somalia, due to conflict and drought brought on by climate change, thousands of people are suffering from food insecurity. Fadumo Abshir Geire, our Program Coordinator in Somalia, has been working to combat malnutrition among women and children.  "In our health facilities we support pregnant mothers and children who have been displaced by the drought in… Read more.

Syria: DOTW Demands End To The Siege Of Eastern Ghouta

Firstly, all governments and humanitarian agencies involved in the Syrian civil war must act swiftly to end the siege. Secondly, health professionals around the world must mobilize and denounce the attacks against the residents of Eastern Ghouta. And finally, the UN Secretariat must become more impactful by working to protect civilians, conduct medical evacuations and… Read more.