Get To Know Us!
Project World Health is a non-profit organization run by students at the University of South Florida's College of Medicine and College of Pharmacy.
For more than 20 years we have worked with hundreds of students, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and dentists to help provide medical care for thousands of adults and children throughout various communities in need.
We would greatly appreciate it if you would please visit the donation page to help support us in our endeavors!
Learn How We Spread Health!
One of the ways we achieve our mission is by traveling to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic with the help of Hope & Health for a medical mission trip each Spring. We bring suitcases packed to the brim with medications and basic hygienic supplies including anti-parasitic medications, vitamins, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoos, soap, and other basic necessities.
We generally have 4 clinic days, during which we visit 10 different clinic sites and on average attend to a population exceeding 1,000 patients.
Our goals include to teach and promote health, provide basic medical supplies and humanitarian need, work with local health care providers, perform basic surgical procedures, as well as provide fluoride varnish treatments, vitamins, and parasite treatments.
We have also partnered with One Ball One Village to set up water filtration systems at some of our clinic sites.
Project World Health is very proud of our accomplishments, but would not be nearly as successful if it were not for the generous donations from our sponsors who donate money and materials to us.