Worldwide Service Starts With Locals.
We’re committed to helping people on their worst days—international borders don’t get in the way of that. We respond to the requests of our partners in countries around the world, show up ready to serve, and follow their lead.
From primary healthcare in resource-challenged nations to acute trauma care after conflict and crises, our Greyshirts provide crucial medical services based on the scenario and the need.
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene
Disasters and crises often deplete natural resources and compromise sanitary and hygienic systems. Our Greyshirts on the ground partner with public leaders to support their Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) goals.
Disaster Risk Reduction
Our team works with local communities to provide both classroom and hands-on training to urban and rural healthcare providers, customized to their needs and designed to strengthen their capacity for response to health emergencies.
Partnering Locally. Working Together.
When global communities need support, our emergency-trained team will partner with local organizations and leaders to not just assist but also co-create programming based on their needs, and increase local capacity for communities to self-sustain after we leave.
Skills & Specialties Put to the Test.
To be most effective in our response, we use highly specialized experts on international operations. You’ll see qualified medical professionals, first responders, emergency managers, and leaders, all having undergone intensive training to operate in austere environments.
We’re Calling On People Like You.
If you have the heart to help and a mind for medicine, find rewarding service in healing people during crises and building more resilient health systems before and after. You may administer pediatric care one minute, respond to a trauma injury the next, but provide essential support all the while.
Team Leaders guide operation success in limit-testing environments. If you thrive under pressure and were born to command a room, test your leadership abilities by applying to the International Leadership Team and going through our interview process and Training and Selection Course.
International News & Stories
September 21, 2023
Humanitarian aid volunteers have teamed up with a local nongovernmental organization to serve rural communities after the 6.8 magnitude temblor.
April 7, 2023
A nurse battling malaria, cholera, and chronic health concerns in southern Africa after Cyclone Freddy gets a taste of her own medicine.
October 24, 2022
From whole blood transfusions to handheld ultrasounds, humanitarian aid workers deliver training in lifesaving new technology and methods to a conflict zone.