Where We Serve

Medical Missionaries serves the poorest of the poor throughout the world, with a special focus on Haiti and the Dominican Repbulic.

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Where Medical Missionaries Serves

For example, in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, and on the Haitian border in the Dominican Republic, just 700 miles from the U.S., the average income is under $700 per person per year (United Nations data).  The average life span is 61 years (compared to 78 in the U.S.).  Infant mortality is 82 per 1,000 births (compared to 0.8 in the U.S.).  Unemployment is close to 80%.  Most families survive on subsistence farming and live in 400 square foot shacks with mud floors and thatched roofs.

Comparable conditions exist in all 36 countries where we partner with other medical organizations, as well as the sections of the U.S. where we serve.

  You Can Help Medical Missionaries: Donate now to support our clinic or health related projects;  Form a Medical Missionaries Chapter in your area;  Volunteer to help in the U.S. or abroad.

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Medical Missionaries' partners in improving health

 
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