What does it do?
- Doctors of the World works to universalise access to health care, especially for those living in poverty, exclusion or victims of humanitarian crises.
- It carries out projects in 18 countries, improving the capacities of their health systems and intervening urgently in places affected by war, disease or natural disasters.
- In Spain, it attends to the most vulnerable people in society.
Where does it work?
- It carries out its projects in Spain, Africa, America, Europe and the Middle East.
- It works in Spain, where it assists people at risk of social exclusion, carrying out more than 65,000 health, social and psychological interventions every year.
- Internationally, it is present in countries in Africa, America, Europe and the Middle East, with more than 13 million people benefiting from its projects around the world.
- It is currently developing 113 projects in Spain and 106 internationally.
Other relevant information
- Doctors of the World has been in Spain for more than 30 years.
- It has more than 1,500 volunteers.
- It drives social change by denouncing violations of the right to health.
- Doctors of the World has been awarded the EFQM European Seal of Excellence for its management system.