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World Refugee Day 2019

An unprecedented 70.8 million people have been forcibly displaced worldwide, and 37,000 people are forced to flee their homes every day due to conflict or persecution.  This World Refugee Day, we are honoring and celebrating the resilience of refugees from around the world, who are struggling to survive in incredibly difficult circumstances.  Providing medical assistance to… Read more.

Opération Sourire: Celebrating 30 Years

The operations are often too expensive for many families, or the public health system is not equipped to provide the procedures. As a result, thousands of children continue to suffer from birth defects or injuries such as severe burns that could be easily treated if they had access to the appropriate medical care. In addition, these… Read more.

Gender Based Violence

Gender based violence affects women from all walks of life no matter social status, class, race, ethnicity, or age group. Read more.

Marking Gun Violence Awareness Month

In addition, these events will work to bring awareness to the importance of preventing future acts of violence. In New York City, numerous events will highlight the issue of gun violence as a public health epidemic and the many ways in which the community can get involved. At Doctors of the World, we believe that… Read more.

Mozambique: Second Deadly Cyclone Forecast

Cyclone Kenneth could cause even worse damage and bring greater suffering to an already vulnerable and devastated population. The recovery from these two disasters will take many months, even years, and Doctors of the World is committed to being there for the long haul. Doctors of the World has been present in Mozambique for more than… Read more.

United States

In July 2017, we launched Mi Salud, an Interactive Voice Response/IVR and SMS/text service that connected people to life-saving, life-changing free or low cost medical care in their own neighborhoods in New York City. The Affordable Care Act increased access to health insurance for many, but a significant number of adults in the US –… Read more.

Test Donation

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DONATE TO CYCLONE IDAI RELIEF EFFORTS Cyclone Idai is the worst climate disaster to hit the southern hemisphere. Hundreds have died, and the flooding is estimated to have affected nearly 2 million people in Mozambique.  Our team of health experts are racing to assist survivors of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique.  By supporting our critical relief… Read more.

World Health Day 2019

Our teams are also working to rebuild and rehabilitate a health center in Sengo, Dondo, 30 kilometers from the city of Beira. We are assisting in the repair of the roof and in the provision of medical supplies so that the center can become operational again. “So far we have been supporting local health centers… Read more.

Alain Benzaken

Alain Benzaken has led technology teams for some of the most successful Internet companies in the world. Alain was VP Technology at Priceline.com, having joined the company pre-IPO when it was just starting up. He was also SVP Technology at the TheLadders and a co- founder of food52.com. More recently he was SVP of Technology at Buddy Media,… Read more.