OneWorld Health

OneWorld Health (formerly PMI) has implemented and is currently operating 5 medical/ hospital clinics in Nicaragua and Africa with a staff of over 150. Through these efforts and the help of over 1,800 volunteers OWH has provided quality affordable health care to nearly 200,000 people.

OneWorld Health is looking for hard-working individuals who believe change is possible – not just for a week, but for a lifetime. OneWorld Health’s short-term medical teams are a vital component of our long-term approach to improving the quality of healthcare in developing communities. Four times a year, OneWorld Health sends teams of medical and non-medical volunteers to serve the communities surrounding our project sites in Central America and East Africa. During the development phases of our medical centers, these teams provide consistent care to the region, build a foundation of quality care, and advocate for the clinic that is to come. Once our medical centers are in operation, these teams support the centers through continuing to provide quality care, training, and patient referrals. OneWorld Health’s short-term trips pave the way for the success of our long-term projects, while leaving no volunteer the same upon their return home.

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