Medical Missionaries provides support in Virginia, Haiti, and around the world. We are also deeply saddened to say goodbye to one of Medical Missionaries founders, Peter Dirr.
Peter’s life was a faith-filled journey. On the afternoon of May 11, 2020, he took the next step of his journey to be with God as he passed away at home, surrounded by family.Peter worked with many organizations but Medical Missionaries was very close to his heart.
Dealing with the plight of the poor presents many challenges, and now Medical Missionaries faces the loss of electrical power at St. Joseph Clinic in Thomassique, Haiti due to an electrical fire with total ...
On April 4th, 2020 we had a fire on the roof of St. Joseph Clinic in Haiti. The fire destroyed solar panels, batteries and other equipment in the roof structure where it was held. Luckily, no one was injured.
Earlier this month, rainy weather didn’t faze our amazing volunteers from Seton High School in Manassas as they loaded a sea container of medical supplies and equipment...
Medical Missionaries February Newsletter including the new Global Health Fellows, appreciation of Local Partners, construction team visit to St. Joseph Clinic, and information on our Caring Hearts Online Auction.
Medical Missionaries Fellows, along with volunteers and head agronomist, Wiscard-Kardin Lapaix, have made significant progress in advancing St. Joseph Clinic’s Breadfruit Project
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated 2020 as the “International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife,” in honor of the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth.
We received thanks from Birthright Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) for supplies we sent. They thanked us on behalf of all the people they serve, “especially the thanks of mothers, children and needy babies...,”
On behalf of the Medical Missionaries board, I thank you for your time, treasure, and work over the past year. Blessings on you and your families in this holiday season. Happy Holidays!-- Gil Irwin, President, Medical Missionaries