Our mission is to organize sustainable Acupuncture treatment clinics and training programs worldwide to care for refugees, victims of violence, war, international conflict and the poor.
The Acupuncture Relief Project is a free community acupuncture clinic that travels to countries that have been impacted by poverty, conflict or disaster. Currently our primary clinic project is located in Chapagoan, Nepal and villages in the surrounding area.
NESA offers an acupuncture residency designed to be an immersion experience in integrative medicine. The clinical setting is Boston Medical Center which is the largest safety-net hospital in New England. About 70% of BMC patients come from under-served populations—including low-income families, elders, people with disabilities, minorities and immigrants. Acupuncture residents work with NESA faculty to provide care in the Department of Family Medicine outpatient clinic.
We are committed to providing free health care to those in need; domestically and internationally. We have donated our time and resources in India, Guatemala, Honduras, Vietnam, America and hopefully in the future additional countries. I am an licensed acupuncturist and certified herbalist that lives and works in Oregon, USA.
Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) provides immediate disaster relief and recovery to communities that are in crisis resulting from disaster or human conflict. AWB is committed to creating alliances with local community based organizations and treating all who have been affected – survivors, first responders, emergency personnel and other care providers.
Avenue Armand Huysmans
207 1050 Brussels (Belgium)
Walter Fischer (India / Belgium)
Tel.: +91 99 6789.86.36
Barefoot Acupuncturists is a non-profit organisation with no political or religious affiliation. Our only objective is to offer acupuncture treatments and training to less privileged populations in order to relieve them from illness and support them in having greater autonomy in healthcare.
Global Alternative Healthcare Project’s mission is to deliver free alternative healthcare to populations in the developing world with no access to healthcare.
As an organization founded by Acupuncturists, we hope to spread acupuncture awareness and familiarity, while attempting to integrate acupuncture with other healthcare practices- conventional and non-conventional alike.
A non-profit org. driven to provide free natural health care options to the native people of impoverished communities in developing nations. The intent of GNHA is to establish international, permanent natural health clinics, deploy circuit-based mobile natural health clinics, exchange knowledge with local traditional healers, and to unite natural health professionals around the world.
Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Acupuncture Project (JETAP)
A project that is being set up to offer free Acupuncture treatment to survivors of the recent Tsunami in North East Japan (Tohoku). We are aiming to assist in providing complementary healthcare, which may be seen as unimportant in such emergency situations. We think it is very important now and in the coming months, helping the physical and emotional recovery of the survivors of the Tsunami.
The Laura Louie Hope Foundation, a Canadian charitable organization, has been created to provide cost-effective health-care to low income individuals (adults and children) in developing countries through community-based grassroots projects. Treatment will be aimed at but not exclusive to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The Foundation works with local doctors and health-care practitioners to provide a holistic program of treatment, education and lifestyle enhancement.
Mindful Medicine Worldwide
1458 W Highland Ave Suite 3B
Chicago, IL 60660
Grainne McKeown, LAc (founder)
Mindful Medicine Worldwide seeks to bring long-term integrative health care to people of developing areas, domestically and internationally, by establishing and operating integrative health care clinics. Our professional volunteer practitioners provide medical services and healthcare education to our patients.
Moxafrica is a charitable organisation set up in 2008 in the UK to investigate the use of moxibustion therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis, particularly drug-resistant TB, in resource poor environments.
One World Health Project is a non-profit organization established to provide wellness education and acupuncture to under served communities. Founded in 2009 by dedicated Oriental Medical students who united around the vision of creating sustainable outreach programs both locally and globally. They have joined forces to raise awareness about wellness practices and funds to support impactful, sustainable outreach programs.
PanAfrican Acupuncture Project
113 Summit Avenue
Brookline, MA 02446
Richard Mandell, L.Ac.
The PanAfrican Acupuncture Project trains healthcare workers in Africa to use simple and effective acupuncture techniques that enable them to treat the devastating and debilitating symptoms associated with HIV/AIDS, malaria, and TB.
This voluntary acupuncture project provides treatment for sufferers of Cerebral Palsy and Polio in Kathmandu, Nepal. We work with care centre organisations that look to help disadvantaged communities with treatments they may not normally receive. This project would be perfect for anyone qualified considering voluntary work abroad or professional acupuncturists on a career break.
Alternative Resources Unlimited, Inc. II is a 501c3 non-profit, non-political organization, which has existed since 1989, under the directorship of Marsha Woolf. Operating almost exclusively through donations and volunteer staff, Alternative resources is an umbrella organization whose primary projects include the Tibetan Refugee Health Care Project, Menla Tibetan Medical Institute, Menla Research Inititative and the Haitian Emergency Alternative Resources Team (H.E.A.R.T.).
We work with care centre organisations that look to help disadvantaged communities with treatments they may not normally receive. This project would be perfect for anyone qualified considering voluntary work abroad or professional acupuncturists on a career break.
World Medicine is a charitable organisation which provides complementary and alternative healthcare to people around the world suffering the effects of trauma, disaster and poverty.