Outreach

Global Health Care & MEDICAL Education


Since 2010, Children Of War Foundation with the help of our Global Health partners, has empowered underserved communities by providing surgical & medical care, access to medical education, and access to infrastructure through our network, impacting the lives of thousands of children and their greater community.  COWF's SDG's Partners and Global Health network comprises over 30,000 health care professionals, innovators, and educators, from private and public entities, alongside professionals various industries, globally.  


In addition to providing sustainable healthcare solutions, medical education and access to development opportunities while on outreach missions, COWF also provides access to virtual consulting, primary & secondary consults, diagnosing, and referrals through our global health partnerships.  


Focused on sustainable solutions and our vision, we continue to build and partner through our network, where access to educators, healthcare providers and professionals from leading institutions, private and public entities, and innovators, enabling our  stakeholders (children, families, disadvantaged communities and underrepresented healthcare professionals).  Through collective action our vision to live in a world where every child, family & community has equal access to healthcare and medical education.  Our partnerships, advisory and network enables our organization to connect and consult children and communities in need with some of the most innovative healthcare professionals, educators, and a multitude of talented professionals, globally.  The impact is far reaching.  


Furthermore, COWF has sponsored many candidates with life threatening and or complex ailments, when and where care is not available in home country.  This includes supervising the legal necessities and arrangements with our U.S. Embassy counterparts, under COWF sponsorship,  and transporting them to the United States or to our partner health institutions in other regions.  Candidates are considered by severity, where COWF coordinates all travel arrangements required, travel documentation, and searches for nurturing accommodations or host families.  As of 2019, COWF candidates will be assigned to a designated social worker/legal counsel to oversee stay and care.  Many of our cases have been published, learn more by contacting info@cowf.org 


Children that cannot be transported to the U.S. for follow-up or surgical treatment will be considered as a COWF candidate for one of the organization’s international medical missions,  where academically affiliated surgeons and support team, comprised of multiple speciality disciplines, travel abroad, to address multiple cases throughout the duration of their visit.  To further our reach, we are more than happy to refer children to other organizations and affiliates within our network for care in our absence.  

While on medical missions and outreach initiatives, COWF also provides and donates medical equipment, tools and supplies, most of which are left behind for long-term sustainable usage and medical education, with local health care professionals at accredited facilities.  Surgical care is 100% free, our team members and medical professionals provide services while receiving no compensation. 


Opportunities for research, internships, mentoring, shadowing and surgical fellow training associated with academic and private institutions are available, reach out to us  at info@cowf.org

COWF's collaborative efforts also draws global awareness and visibility to regions of the world where educators, health care professionals and community leaders come together, learn, and portray humanitarian collaboration as an advocate for health, education, inclusion, peace, solidarity, and hope.  COWF strives to empower & inspire individuals and underserved communities. 


Outreach and medical education opportunities in regions we've impacted; includes all of the Mid East region, Nicaragua, Sudan, S.. Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Philippines, Haiti, Chad,  Mexico,  Ghana, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Panama, India, Egypt, West Bank, Libya, Mexico, Tunisia &  China.


COWF is a non-profit, non-religious, non-politically affiliated organization that provides access to healthcare to children that would otherwise not receive care, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality and religion. 

Refer a child  in the Mid East region or African continent, find out more about upcoming surgical outreach or medical education opportunities, send COWF a message via whatsapp or directly calling  

+962 7 9267 5004  or  email us at info@cowf.org 

There are many opportunities to Volunteer, Sponsor, Contribute and or Join our team in Amman, Jordan and surrounding region, serving displaced/ impoverished children and health professionals from all around the Mid East region and African continent. 

 Visit with a team member or a local COWF affiliated facility by contacting us at team@cowf.org 

located @  Princess Tharwat Street Juwana Center Building #7 Second Floor #125 Amman-Jordan

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Furthermore,  we continue to expand our surgical outreach in Haiti, with an ongoing partnership at the only trauma center in Port Au Prince's Hospital Bernard Mevs. 


Sadly, Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, ravished by natural disasters, poor infrastructure and poverty. Children of War Foundation embarked on the first mission to Haiti in November 2016, providing specialized surgical treatment, supplies, equipment and medication.


Mission Haiti is an ongoing medical mission outreach, which includes access to sub specialized pediatric surgeons, in addition to providing vital medicines, supplies, equipment and other forms of sustainable aid to Bernard Mevs Hospital, several orphanages and rural clinics in the region.  


Get involved today , contribute towards building and creating sustainable healthcare and medical education programs and facilities.  Further  information on Mission Haiti can be provided by contacting us at  info@cowf.org  Our surgical clinic and outreach program in Haiti is located at;

Hospital Bernard Mevs in Port Au Prince (appointments  or referrals are required in advance)



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