Liberia Medical Mission courageously travels into local communities in Liberia with little to no medical care and treats patients with dramatic and often life-saving results. The LMM mission teams are paired with their local counterparts to provide medical services, medicines, supplies, training and education to treat and equip locals, leaving a long-lasting impact. Because of the nature of volunteering, the composition of the medical team on each trip is different. Our providers may be specialists in pediatrics, obstetrics, urology, gynecology, infectious disease and pain management.
In 1999, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched Vision 2020: The Right To Sight, an initiative that aims to eliminate avoidable blindness across the globe by 2020. According to WHO, 90% of the world’s blind populous live in developing countries, and 80% of the visual loss and/or disability are preventable with adequate correction and treatment.
“As many as 1 in 5 Liberians suffer a mild to moderate mental disorder, according to WHO estimates, yet the country has only one registered psychiatrist and, until recently, the vast majority of health workers had a limited understanding of mental illness.” – WHO
Liberia Medical Mission recruits a team of mental health experts to travel to Liberia and conduct workshop for frontline healthcare workers in collaboration with E.S Grant Mental Health Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia
Liberia Medical Mission organizes annual free Health Screening in Southwest Philadelphia
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