Service in Belize | Partners for Medical Relief | United States

NEXT Trips - January 26-February 2, 2023 - February 2-9, 2023

PARTNERS FOR MEDICAL RELIEF

Our mission is to fill medical gaps, build medical capability and provide needed supporting services via transformational participant experiences inspired by the teachings of Christ.

VISION STATEMENT:  – The Belize People are self-sustaining in achieving quality health care

Started in 2004 by 23 volunteers who went to serve in Belize, the teams have grown to over 200 participants serving for two to three weeks each year. Donating hundreds of surgeries and over a million dollars in medicines and health evaluations and surgical value to grateful Belizeans. With the spread of Covid around the world, the latest team mobilized 70 participants for a week’s service in early 2022 to perform over one hundred surgeries, over one hundred heart diagnostics and over 1300 health evaluations and much needed prescriptions in rural village areas. Our mission is to fill medical gaps, build medical capability and provide needed supporting services via transformational participant experiences inspired by the teachings of Christ. The vision is that one day Belize is self-sustaining for achieving quality health care.

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Belize, formerly British Honduras, is a country with 380,000 residents in Central America. A two hour plane ride from the U.S. border, this land is rich in beauty and attractive to tourists the world over. The people of Belize are proud of their rich history and culture and are extremely pleasant partners.

Belizeans desire and welcome the support and partnership of others who can help them build better systems through their own government, churches, and civic organizations.

Some of the most dire partnership needs currently being requested include medical specialists not affordable in a country of such small population base and per capita income.

The ultimate goal of these partnerships is to help Belizeans to grow to the place of self sufficiency.