Doctors Worldwide Launches Gaza Medical Aid Appeal

We are launching an urgent appeal to help our local partner, Hayfa Medical Centre to provide much needed medicines and supplies in Gaza City for babies and the chronically sick.

HealthCare for the Poor – DWW Tembo, Muhuru Bay

Our newest site in the HealthCare for the Poor Program is located in Muhuru Bay, Migori County and overlooks Lake Victoria in Western Kenya. The healthcentre will provide a range of medical services including Maternal, Newborn & Child Health and eyehealth to a poor and rural population.

Mother & Baby Care Program – DWW Junejo Maternity Centre, Sind

Imagine giving birth on a hay strewn floor. The only assistance you might have is your family and if you’re lucky and can afford it, an untrained traditional birth attendant acting as midwife with dirty scissors. We're trying to do something about it.
 
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Mother & Baby Care Program – DWW Junejo Maternity Centre, Sind

Imagine giving birth on a hay strewn floor. The only assistance you might have is your family and if you’re lucky and can afford it, an untrained traditional birth attendant acting as midwife with dirty scissors. We're trying to do something about it.
A group of children at the Hijarul Aswad Children’s Orphanage and Residential Centre near Mombassa, Kenya

HappyKIDS Program – Orphans & Disabled Children Healthcare

Looking after the health needs of vulnerable children and orphans is often neglected. Our Program supports hundreds of orphans and disabled children by tackling "hidden hunger" and providing proper medical care & support.
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Dr. Seher Ahmad, GP

During the Pakistan floods of 2010 Dr. Seher Ahmad's was seeing between 80 - 100 patients a day, focusing on women and children, who often feel more comfortable seeing female doctors.

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