Doctors of the WorldDoctors of the World is an international humanitarian organization providing medical care to vulnerable populations affected by war, natural disasters, disease, famine, poverty or exclusion. In 2011, Doctors of the World’s global network used $177 million to run 342 programs that provided medical care for 1.5 million individuals in 76 countries. Originally established in France in 1980, the Doctors of the World international network now has offices in 15 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Photo credit: Benoit Guenot
Projects Funded On Catapult
Support health centers in Sindhupalchok district, Nepal, provide better care to mothers and newborns through health education, microfinance training and services.
Help women in Southern Laos access better reproductive health services by providing midwifery and community health worker training and purchasing essential medical supplies.