We provide medical and surgical care, education, food, housing, and other basic needs, financial assistance, and support to blood banks.
We support Hospitals in Port au Prince Haiti as they continue to treat Cholera, and trauma victims of gang violence, 90% of whom cannot pay for medical care. We believe that every individual has the right to access quality healthcare regardless of their economic status. Our organization is committed to bringing medical relief to those who need it most.
We are happy to announce that NAVMC sent a medical team to rural Bolivia in May 2023, the first since the pandemic. Read the blog for trip details from our Bolivia leader, Amy.
We support the education of children and young adults. We believe that education is a fundamental human right. We believe that by providing access to education, we can help build a brighter future for themselves and their communities.
NAVMC is partnering with Haitian small NGOs with boots on the ground to deliver meals to communities in Haiti. Haiti is one of just six countries in the world that has reached catastrophic levels of hunger. This situation is growing worse daily and is due to gangs paralyzing the country, causing fuel shortages & skyrocketing food costs.
This film follows Mohlenne Bosse, a young Haitian woman, as she learns how to walk on crude prosthetics after suddenly losing both of her legs to a mysterious affliction baffling the Haitian and American doctors who worked to save her legs and then her life.
Learn about our ongoing relief efforts and latest travel updates.
30 May - Bolivia Updates Latest News
We had an absolutely amazing trip to Bolivia. This was the trip intended to check on our supplies, negotiate terms with the hospital, see patients in clinic, and reconnect with everyone down there that make our trips possible. All goals were achieved and exceeded. The team consisted of Drs. Andy Aldridge, Phil Williams, Brian […]READ MORE