Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Doctors of the World (MdM) and Doctors without Borders (MSF)?

One of the founding doctors of MdM, Bernard Kouchner, was also a co-founder MSF in 1971. After a disagreement over organizational policy, Kouchner and some of his colleagues branched off to create an organization that went beyond MSF’s mission of providing emergency medical aid.

Doctors of the World provides health care in developing and developed countries long after emergencies have disappeared from the spotlight. MdM offers long-term health care solutions, focusing on sustainability and bearing witness to suffering. MSF and MdM have no formal affiliation.

How can I work for MdM USA?

To learn more about how to work for MdM USA, please visit our Work for MdM and Volunteer pages.

How can I work for MdM in the field?

To apply for international job and volunteer positions, you must go to our international recruitment page (in three languages), or, if you do not see a job posting that suits you, you may send an unsolicited application.  Please note that only applications that are sent through these two links will be considered for opportunities abroad.

Where is MdM located?

Médecins du Monde/Doctors of the World headquarters are located in Paris, France. The Médecins du Monde International Network has 14 chapters worldwide. The Doctors of the World USA office is located at 222 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038.

Where does MdM work?

The Doctors of the World International Network has 312 programs in 80 countries. 

How can I make a donation?

You can donate online or mail a check to 222 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

What is MdM’s employer identification/tax id?