Structure of a Mission Trip

On a typical mission trip, a group of 20-40 volunteers spend 10 days working, eating, and sleeping together. The team coordinates logistics and services, resulting in the provision of humanitarian aid in the form of medical care, dental care, surgical care, and medical education. Before each trip, mission sites are assessed by the board of directors to ensure the community has adequate facilities in which to operate or set up clinic. Locations are also evaluated for appropriate housing, food, security, and transportation.

ECUADOR

2015 February First Mission in Riobamba/Guano

2013 Chunchi, Ecuador Planning Trip

2007 Quito, Ecuador Planning Trip

 

 

 

GUATEMALA

2014 Medical/Dental Mission

2013 Medical/Dental Mission

2012 Medical/Dental Mission

2011 Medical/Dental Mission

2010 Medical/Dental Mission

2009 Medical/Dental Mission

 

 

 

 

 

SIERRA LEONE

2013 Educational Mission with the MWF

2011 Medical Mission

2010 Medical Mission

 

 

COLOMBIA

2013 Medical/Dental Mission

2012 Medical/Dental Mission

2011 Medical/Dental Mission

2010 Medical/Dental Mission

 

 

 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

2014 Medical Mission with Dr. Abreu

2013 Medical and Dental Mission

2012 Medical and Dental Mission

 

GUYANA

 

2012 Dental Mission

PHILLIPPINES

 

2009 Missions in partnership with Operation Smile

PANAMA

2012 Dental Mission

BOLIVIA

 

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