List of all the dental aid organisations worldwide

#1 von zarite , 25.06.2014 08:48

Here you find all the dental aid organisations worldwide, it is not very actuall, but despite, it might be helpfull for anyone who is looking for more information


The Howard Karagheusian Commemorative Corporation is a private, operating foundation, providing health,
medical, and social services to children and adults. It was incorporated in the state of New York in 1921, and
recently established a three chair operatory in Yerevan, Armenia, and wishes to expand into other parts of
Armenia. The Corporation welcomes dental equipment and the services of dentists who could go to Armenia to
familiarize the Armenian dentists with practice and technology in general dentistry. If possible, Armenian
speaking dentists would be most appropriate.
Areas Served: Armenia.
Material: Dental equipment, instruments, and supplies are accepted.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Interchurch Medical Assistance, Inc.
PO Box 429
New Windsor, Maryland 21776
USA
Tel: +1 410 635 8720 Fax: +1 410 635 8726
Contact: Mr Paul Derstine
Interchurch Medical Assistance, Inc. (IMA) exists to undergird the medical ministries of its member and
associate agencies by soliciting donations of medicines and medical supplies for free distribution overseas to
persons in need, without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin or political affiliation. No services,
benefits, or assistance from IMA are provided to any citizens in the United States. All supplies in IMA inventory
are distributed outside the United States to treat the ill, the needy, and infants according to need without
consideration of religious or political affiliation.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: Medicines, medical and dental supplies.
International Lifeline
50 Penn Place, Suite 920
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
USA
Tel: +1 405 728 2828 Fax: +1 405 946 5512
Contact: Robert E. Watkins
International Lifeline provides medical volunteers an opportunity to work in Haiti. All work is done in field clinics,
both urban and rural.
Areas Served: Haiti.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Los Medicos Voladores (Flying Doctors)
140 Magneson Terrace
Los Gatos, California 95302
USA
Tel: +1 408 356 6721 Contact: Audrey Freeman
Los Medicos Voladores (LMV), the Flying Doctors, was organized in 1975 to provide health care services and
education to people in remote villages of Northwestern Mexico. From September through June, LMV pilots,
health care providers, translators, and volunteers from all walks of life join together each month for a four-day
trip. LMV is supported by the members themselves, with each volunteer paying his/her own trip costs
(approximately $250.00), annual membership dues ($35.00) and participation in fund-raising projects held
throughout the year. All assistance is provided on a volunteer, non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian basis.
There are several chapters in California which have general meetings once a month.
Areas Served: Mexico.
Material: All supplies and equipment are either purchased by or donated to LMV.
Loyd Christian Health Ministries, Inc.
403 Main Street or PO Box 743
Lake Village, Arkansas 71653
USA
Tel: +1 501 265 2111 Fax: +1 501 265 2111
Contact: Dr Marvin D Loyd
No further information available as yet.
Medical Assistance Programs International Inc.
2200 Glynco Parkway
PO Box 50
Brunswick, Georgia 31521-0050
USA
Tel: +1 912 265 6010 Fax: +1 912 265 6170
Contact: Gordon F Thompson
Medical Assistance Programs (MAP) International is a non-profit Christian global health organization that
provides enabling services which promote total health care for needy people in the developing world.
Since 1954, MAP has provided donated medicines and supplies through 650 hospitals and clinics in over 130
countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. MAP also works in community health development, coordinating
projects to improve water supplies, food production, and health education.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: Dental and medical supplies are accepted.
Medical Benevolence Foundation
1412 North Sam Houston Parkway East
Suite 120
Houston, Texas 77032
USA
Tel: +1 713 590 3591 Fax: +1 713 590 3699
Contact: Edward M Stein
Medical Benevolence Foundation (MBF) is a non-profit organization that helps fund medical missions in
developing countries. They are supported by contributions made by interested individuals, corporations and
churches. They are a Validated Mission Support Group through the Presbyterian Church (USA). All donations,
are tax deductible.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: MBF solicits medical equipment and supplies in response to the needs of its mission hospitals.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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The Medical Eye & Dental International Care Org., Inc. (M.E.D.I.C.O)
Nations Bank Building
624 South Austin Avenue
Suite 102
Georgetown, Texas 78628
USA
Tel: +1 512 863 8666 Fax: +1 512 869 7500
Contact: Lynda Peters/Dr Anthony Ciccariello
Medical, Eye & Dental International Care Organization, Inc. (M.E.D.I.C.O.), a nonprofit volunteer organization,
provides basic health care to those who have little or no access to the medical profession. Teams of
approximately fifteen volunteers serve in remote areas, each team being hosted by an in-country organization
assisting with logistics. Five field teams and two surgery teams are scheduled each year.
M.E.D.I.C.O. is supported by volunteer assessment fees and modest contributions from interested individuals or
corporations. M.E.D.I.C.O. is not connected with any religious group but works with organizations with like
objectives. Continuing fluoride programs have been established in selected villages. M.E.D.I.C.O. has
implemented a method of receiving and dispersing donated medical and dental equipment to Honduras.
Areas Served: Developing countries presently focusing in Honduras.
Material: M.E.D.I.C.O. solicits donations of necessary medical and dental supplies for field service. Donations
not received from hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies or others are purchased by the foundations.
Medical Ministry International (MMI)
50 Tunxis Village Drive
Farmington, CT 06032-1521
USA
Tel: +1 860 676 2133 Fax: +1 860 676 2377
Email: topazrich@aol.com Contact: Dr Richard G Topazian
Website: http://www.mmint.org
MMI is the world’s largest short-term volunteer, Christian medical mission with more than 2,500 participants
annually. Over 1,200 are from the USA and Canada. We provide 2-week opportunities for volunteers to work
in medical/dental/surgical and eye clinics, helping the poor who have little or no access to medical care.
Areas served: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique,
Nepal, New Guinea, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Philippines, Republic of Benin, Romania, Rwanda, Swaziland,
Thailand, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zaire, Zimbabwe
Mercy International Health Services
34605 Twelve Mile Road
Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331-3293
USA
Tel: +1 313 489 6100 Fax: +1313 489 6102
Contact: Glen E. Haydon
The major purpose of Mercy International Health Services is to serve as an enabler, training/assisting local
hospital/health personnel to improve their skills and system services. Assistance includes: development of
primary health networks; training for all hospital departments, hospital/clinic management; planning; healthcare
financing; privatization; and special projects/studies.
Areas Served: Worldwide, particularly in Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Tanzania.
Material: Donations of dental equipment and supplies may be shipped in response to specific requests from
program sites.
Mercy Ships
PO Box 2020
Garden Valley
TX 75771-2020
USA
Tel: + 1 903 882 0887 Fax: + 1 903 939 7110
Email: dewittd@mercyships.org Contact: Dr Denny DeWitt
Founded in 1978, Mercy Ships now has four ships providing donated medicine, tools, food and building
supplies to over 100 of the most impoverished ports around the world. Activities include free onboard
operations on the world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship. Furthermore, Mercy Ships provides water
pumps and assists in drilling wells to provide irrigation and safe drinking water; Mercy Ships is also involved in
building hospitals, clinics, schools and training facilities and in training local people to run the projects.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Mission Personnel Resources Program Department of General Board of Global Ministries of United
Methodist Church
475 Riverside Drive
Room 1470
New York, New York 10015
USA
Tel: +1 212 870 3661 Fax: +1 212 870 3774
Contact: William B Rollins
The program provides for individuals and teams to experience other cultures and share skills in church to
church programs. The program builds teams of medical personnel, teachers, and pastors to serve up to one
year. All costs are the responsibility of the volunteers. The program is international as well as national, and
volunteers are required to be active members of a local worshipping congregation.
Areas Served: Internationally over 30 countries and the 50 states of the United States.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
Missionary Dentists
P.O. Box 7002
Seattle, Washington 98133
USA
Tel: +1 206 771 3241 Fax: +1 206 775 5155
Contact: Dr. Vaughn Chapman
As an interdenominational Christian mission, Missionary Dentists, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization,
provides opportunities for dental professionals to serve the poor in developing countries in their specialties as
members of an all dental team — be it endodontics, pedodontics, prosthodontics, oral surgery, orthodontics,
teaching, etc. Skilled laboratory technicians are needed, as are dental hygienists and dental assistants.
Volunteer service can usually be arranged to fit one’s schedule. Each participant pays a project fee plus air fare.
Volunteer service can be arranged from one week to ninety days. Ground transportation, room and board are
provided.
Areas Served: Belize, Cameroons, Central African Republic, China, Eastern Europe, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, India, Korea, Mexico, Nepal, New Guinea, Nicaragua, Russia, Uganda and the United Arab
Emirates.
Material: Materials of all sorts are solicited. Volunteers can provide their own instruments and supplies, or the
mission can donate or loan equipment for a fee.
Missionary Health Services
1355 East Home Road
Springfield, Ohio 45503
USA
Tel: +1 513 390 2440 Contact: Dr Emel Atkins
Missionary Health Services (MHS) is a non-profit, non-denominational tax exempt organization whose purpose
is to deliver basic health care and health education to the very poor in under developed countries. MHS goes
into the rural areas where health care is seldom if ever available. The program includes the training of local
citizens as technicians to aid their villagers with health problems. The organization is totally supported by
donations of medicines, supplies and volunteers. All expenses to and from the mission sites are tax deductible.
Areas Served: Honduras.
Material: MHS solicits donations of medicines, medical equipment, dental equipment, surgical instruments and
supplies.
Operation Smile International
717 Boush Street
Norfolk, Virginia 23510, USA
Tel: +1 804 625 0375 Fax: +1 804 626 0368
Contact: BethAnn Taterosian
Operation Smile International (OSI) is a private, non-profit, volunteer medical services organization providing
reconstructive surgery and related health care (dental included) to indigent persons in developing countries and
the U.S.A. OSI also provides free dental care to indigent adults who do not have access to care in Norfolk,
Virginia. OSI is funded by private donations, foundations, and grants. It brings together health professionals
with the public and the private sectors to provide voluntary care to improve the quality of life for all who share
the OpSmile experience. By creating local, national and international partnerships, Operation Smile
International builds trust, bridges cultures, and bestows dignity at home and abroad.
Areas Served: Worldwide, including the United States.
Material: OSI solicits donations of dental equipment, pharmaceuticals and supplies. The dental clinic does not
have an operating budget; all items used have been loaned or donated.
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Operation USA
8320 Melrose Avenue, #200
Los Angeles, California 91031
USA
Tel: +1 213 658 8876 Fax: +1 213 653 7846
Contact: Richard M Walden
Operation USA is an international relief and development agency founded in 1979. It has delivered over $90
million of medicine, medical and dental supplies, and other high priority relief items to more than 50 countries.
Operation USA is a non-profit agency not affiliated with any religious organization. It is supported by individual,
corporate, and foundation contributions.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: Operation USA solicits donations of dental equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals in response to
disasters and development programs needs.
OPTIONS
Project Concern International
3550 Afton Road
San Diego, California 92123
USA
Tel: +1 619 279 9790 Fax: +1 619 694 0294
Contact: Ms Deborah Luician
OPTIONS is the international health professional recruitment and referral service of Project Concern
International. OPTIONS provides volunteer opportunities linking health specialists with programs, hospitals, and
clinics in the United States and worldwide. Hundreds of volunteers are placed each year, including primary care
physicians, surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, and public health and hospital administrators. OPTIONS
publishes a bi-monthly bulletin with current volunteer opportunities. The annual fee for OPTIONS is $25.00
(U.S. dollars) and includes the six OPTIONS bulletins.
Areas Served: Worldwide (over 45 countries) and the United States.
Material: The program does not utilize donated dental material.
Peace Corps
1990 K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20526
USA
Tel: +1 800 424 8580 (Option 1) Contact: Recruiter
The Peace Corps is a government agency that was created to promote world peace and friendship. Its goals
are to help the people of interested countries meet their needs for trained men and women, and to help promote
a better mutual understanding between the American people and the peoples with whom they come in contact
and serve around the world.
Over 131,000 Americans have served as Peace Corps volunteers in more than 100 countries. Peace Corps
volunteers’ accomplishments endure because their mission is not to do things for people, but to help people do
things for themselves.
Areas Served: Ninety countries worldwide.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
Polish American Congress Charitable Foundation
5711 North Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60646, USA
Tel: +1 312 763 9944 Fax: +1 312 763 7114
Contact: Les Kuczynski
The Polish American Congress charitable Foundation (PACCF) “Relief for Poland” project is currently in its 12th
year of providing humanitarian assistance to the children, the elderly, the ill, the handicapped, the poor and the
needy of Poland. This past year, the PACCF focused on assistance to 81 rehabilitation centers for disabled
children and the elderly throughout Poland. This successful program was able to raise $3.4 million in medical
goods and supplies in the form of matching gifts or in-kind donations from manufacturers, hospitals, and other
relief organizations.
Areas Served: Poland.
Material: In-kind donations of medical equipment and medical supplies.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Project Smile
c/o Church of the Good Shepherd
2230 Walton Way
Augusta, Georgia 30904
USA
Tel: +1 706 738 3386 Fax: +1 706 738 0745
Contact: Dr. James Clark/Dr. Jayni Bradley
Project Smile is a non-profit children’s oral health care mission to Belize, Central America, operating under the
Companion Diocese Commission of the Episcopal Church of Georgia. Comprehensive preventive oriented oral
health care is provided to first graders and maintained thereafter until graduation from the primary school. The
four operatory clinic is housed within St. Mary’s School and is presently operated by three volunteer teams per
year. An ongoing preventive program continues throughout the school year, consisting of supervised daily
toothbrushing and administration of fluoride tablets and rinses. Local personnel are being trained and educated
to assume full administration of the project by 1998.
Areas Served: Belize City, Belize.
Material: Donations of dental equipment and supplies are accepted as well as monetary donations for their
purchase from private and church sources.
Project Stretch Dentistry Inc.: Dentistry Reaching Out to Children
230 Pond Street
Natick, Massachusetts 01760
USA
Tel: +1 508 653 2417 Fax: +1 508 651 1055
Contact: Sheila Clancy
Project Stretch, Inc., founded in 1988, is a private non-profit membership organization dedicated to providing
vital dental care and dental education to disadvantaged children worldwide. It is supported solely on
contributions from private citizens and corporations. Fundraising occurs throughout the year. Contributions are
tax deductible.
Project Stretch, Inc. members provide educational material and training to dental staff, parents, and schools
within their respective settings, to assure continued dental care while providing yearly follow-up services.
Areas Served: Worldwide
Material: Project Stretch, Inc. solicits donations of dental equipment and supplies in order to provide
preventative care and dental education.
Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps
c/o Church of the Good Shepherd
1834 Beech Street
Knoxville, TN37920
USA
Tel: +1 865 579 1530
Email: ram@usit.net Contact: Teresa Webb-Martin
RAM is a non-profit, volunteer, airborne relief corps dedicated to serving mankind by providing free health care,
dental care, eye care, veterinary services and technical and educational assistance to people in remote areas of
USA and the world.
Sabre Foundation Inc.
872 Massachusetts Avenue
Suite 2-1
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
USA
Tel: +1 617 868 3510 Fax: +1 617 868 7916
Contact: Tania Vitvitsky
Sabre Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization which distributes donated books and journals to the
needy in Eastern Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union. Since 1986, Sabre distributed over 2
million volumes to more than 4,000 institutions and countless individuals in the countries it serves.
Areas Served: Eastern Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union.
Material: Donations of recent dental books and journals are welcomed. Sabre solicits books for distribution to
academic, educational, research and cultural institutions in the areas it serves.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Surgical & Medical Assistance Relief Teams (S.M.A.R.T.)
7015 College Blvd., Suite 132
Overland Park, Kansas 66211
USA
Tel: +1 913 338 2800 Fax: +1 913 338 3820
Contact: Ms. Teresa A. Searcy
S.M.A.R.T. is a private, not, for, profit volunteer organization, dedicated to enhancing the lives of third world
children and adults. The organization is dedicated to training indigenous workers to volunteer to help their own
people. Contributions are tax deductible.
Trips are four to five days in duration, with each volunteer donating enough to pay for one’s own airfare, food
and lodging. Approximate donation per trip is $1,100. This donation covers all expenses from Houston. (food,
tips, taxes, ground transportation, airfare, hotels, bottled water, snacks, etc.). From four to five trips are
scheduled each year. Dental teams join with surgery teams which perform cleft lip and palate surgeries.
S.M.A.R.T. provides most equipment and supplies, however, dentists must provide their own hand instruments.
served family style. Most teams consist of 24-48 people.
Areas Served: Honduras, Guatemala, Southern Mexico, El Salvador.
Material: S.M.A.R.T. actively solicits donations of supplies and equipment.
Dental School, University of Maryland
Department of Oral Health Care Delivery
University of Maryland
66601 Baltimore St
Baltimore, Maryland 21201-1586
USA
Tel: +1 410 706 7342 Fax: +1 410 706 3028
Email: mmb001@dental.umaryland.edu Contact: Dr Michael M Belenky
Promotion of global oral health through the establishment and facilitation of international collaborative ventures
with dental schools/faculties of dentistry/institutes of stomatology with primary focus on teaching, research, and
exchange in order to enhance dental education, practice and oral health.
Areas served: Vietnam, Mexico, Korea, Poland
Uplift Internationale
4500 Sumac Lane
Littleton, Colorado 80123
USA
Fax: +1 303 703 4840 Contact: Dr Jaime A Yrastorza
Email: mndyrz@aol.com http://www.upliftinternationale.org
Uplift Internationale is a Colorado based volunteer organization sharing expertise with peers in the host country,
who are themselves caretakers of their fellow citizens, in the areas of health and education. The current focus is
in the city of Ormdc, Philippines (population 100,000) through its 100-bed publicly funded hospital and two
public health dental facilities. Self-supporting dentist volunteers will spend two weeks exchanging dental knowhow
with local dentists. Oral and maxillofacial surgeon volunteers perform cleft lip/palate repairs as dental
facilities and equipment allow. Donations of equipment and supplies are needed.
Areas Served: Philippines.
Material: UI solicits donations of dental equipment, supplies, and video/journals for continuing education
together with funds for shipment.
Vellore Christian Medical College Board (USA) Inc.
475 Riverside Drive, Room 243
New York, New York 10115-0021
USA
Tel: +1 212 870 2640 Fax: +1 212 870 2173
Contact: Dr Robert H Carman
Vellore Christian Medical College Board is a private not-for-profit organization committed to enhancing the
education, preventive/curative care and research of the Christian Medical College and Hospital in Vellore, India.
The Board looks for dental personnel who have skills to share (researchers, dentists, surgeons, educators,
hygienists, nurses) and who want to learn while doing a voluntary assignment in Vellore, India. Exchange
programs between individuals and institutions are encouraged. In consultation with each other, the materials
needed are determined. All donations, whether in time, equipment or money, are tax-deductible.
Areas Served: India.
Material: The Vellore Board solicits donations of dental equipment and supplies in response to specific
requests.
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Volunteers for World Health
319 South Sharon Amity Road
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
USA
Tel: +1 704 364 8685 Contact: Dr. C. E. Horstmann
Volunteers for World Health (VWH) is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote goodwill and
friendship between the people of the world. This is accomplished in three ways: 1) providing educational and
training programs, 2) performing dental and medical services, and 3) providing dental and medical equipment
and supplies. VWH is funded by the contributions of its volunteer participants and other interested individuals
and corporations.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: VWH solicits donations of dental and medical equipment and supplies in response to specific project’s
requirements.
West Indies Self-Help (WISH)
2934 Pine Grove
Port Huron, Michigan 48060
USA
Tel: +1 810 985 6558 Contact: Dr Jack C Heck
West Indies Self-Help is a multi-faceted Christian mission founded in 1968 and based in Grand Haven,
Michigan, for the purpose of improving living conditions on the remote island of LaGonave, Haiti. The nondenominational
mission promotes self-help values for the 65,000 inhabitants through education and support
projects, including schools, a library, roads, an ice-plant, and a dental clinic. The dental clinic includes two Adec
Mission-aire units, curing light, and basic operative and exodontia instruments. Contributions and expenses
incurred by volunteers are tax-deductible. The WISH compound is located adjacent to the only hospital on the
island, which is under the direction of missionary physicians.
Areas Served: LaGonave Island, Haiti.
Material: Dental equipment donations are considered on an individual basis.
World Concern, A Ministry of CRISTA
19303 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, Washington 98133
USA
Tel: +1 206 546 7488 Fax: +1 206 546 7269
Contact: International Personnel Services
World Concern is a Christian international organization involved in relief, rehabilitation and development
programs in developing countries. World Concern partners with nationals and makes local churches, equipping
individuals and communities with knowledge, skills and technology for self-help. Christians with professional
and technical training and experience serve from one to three year terms. Base salary, insurance, housing,
transportation and project costs are provided. Participation in a personal support program is required. In
addition to sending dentists and other health care professionals, World Concern provides services in
agriculture, veterinary medicine, community development, micro-enterprise, project management, relief
programs, etc.
Areas Served: Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Material: Solicits specific equipment and supplies needed for projects being served, such as a dental school in
Cambodia.
WHO Collaborating Center for Oral Infectious Diseases: Education, Research and Care
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
4001 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
USA
Tel: +1 215 898 0558 Fax: +1 215 573 2087
Contact: Dr Peter Berthold Email: berthold@biochem.dental.upenn.edu
To train for, develop and implement research in the prevention, detection and care of infectious diseases that
are manifested in the oral cavity. To apply relevant findings from research to effect changes in the learning and
teaching of oral health care and in oral health education as it relates to oral infectious diseases.
Areas served: Malawi
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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WHO Collaborating Center in Oral Health
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78284-7914
USA
Tel: +1 210 567 3420 Fax: +1 210 567 3443
Email: baez@uthscsa.edu Contact: Dr Ramon J Baez
WHO-CC provides assistance to countries on oral health programmes. Situation analysis, strategy
development, evaluation epidemiological studies, training, statistical analysis, fluoride research, fluorosis, oral
health services research, auxiliary personnel utilisation, dental materials evaluation, alternative restorative
methods, cost/benefit studies, implementation of salt fluoridation programmes – non-traditional methods of
learning PBL.
Areas served: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Germany, Grenada, Honduras, Iran, Jamaica, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, St Kitts, Spain, Syrian Arab Republic,
Thailand, Tunisia, Venezuela
World Medical Relief Inc.
11745 Rosa Parks Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan 48206
USA
Tel: +1 313 866 5333 Fax: +1 313 866 5588
Contact: Carolyn E George
World Medical Relief carries out dual programs, collecting medical and dental supplies, equipment, and
pharmaceuticals and provides these to the needy, both locally and abroad. At the warehouse, volunteers and
staff collect, sort and pack supplies for use in diverse places. Physician’s and dentist’s offices, clinics and
hospitals donate used, but still-in-good-condition equipment, as well as excess supplies and sample
medications. The organization annually fills close to 30,000 prescriptions on an ongoing basis for area indigent
seniors who would not otherwise be able to obtain them. A durable medical equipment loan program provides
items to needy individuals.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: World Medical Relief solicits donations of dental equipment and supplies in response to specific
requests from organizations, hospitals and clinics requesting assistance.
Youth With A Mission
15850 Richardson Springs Rd.
Richardson Springs, CA 9597
USA
No further information available as yet.
VIETNAM
East Meets West Foundation
56 Pasteur Street
Da Nang City
VIETNAM
Tel: +84 511 829 110 Fax: + 84 511 821 850
Email: Fcraft80@hotmail.com Contact: Dr Charles F Craft/Mr Mark Conroy

http://www.eastmeetswest.org

EMWF is a non profit organisation doing humanitarian development work in Vietnam. Our mission is to improve
the general health and welfare of the people in central Vietnam whose land was devastated during the war
years.
Areas served: Vietnam
ZAMBIA
Colgate Palmolive Z Ltd
PO Box 71584
Ndola
ZAMBIA
Fax: +2 650133 Contact: Mr N Zimba
No further information available as yet.
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Zambia Dental Association
PO Box 50363
Ridgeway 15101
Lusaka
ZAMBIA
Contact: Dr P P Mtolo FAX: +260 1 263401
To promote good oral health and provide Zambians with equal access to quality oral health care.
Areas served: Zambia
ZIMBABWE
Colgate Palmolive
PO Box ST 353
Southerton
Harare
ZIMBABWE
Tel: +263 4 620211/217 Fax: +263 4 620220
Contact: Mr Butcher
No further information available as yet.
Government Dental Services
Box CY340
Causeway
Harare
ZIMBABWE
Tel: +263 4 723050/790243 Fax: +263 4 706249
Email: juliettemoyo@hotmail.com Contact: Dr Juliette T Moyo
Provision of comprehensive oral health care to the country by offering the necessary curative and preventive
measures irrespective of any discriminating grounds. Provision of training for necessary manpower.
Areas served: Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Dental Therapist Association
School of Dental Therapy and Technology
PO Box CY340
Causeway
Harare
ZIMBABWE
Tel: +263 4 705117 Fax: +263 4 706249
Contact: Dr Fiona Mutsigigwa
To promote continuous education in dentistry for all graduate dental therapists
Areas served: Zimbabwe
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RE: List of all the dental aid organisations worldwide

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NETHERLANDS
Dental Health International Nederlands
Postbox 3185
3760 DD SOEST
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 53 60 32 536 Fax: +31 35 60 32 530
Contact: Dr. James Huddleston Slater Email: info@dhin.nl
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Dental Volunteers for Israel
V. Vredenburchweg 9345
2284 TS Rijswijk
THE NETHERLANDS
No further information available as yet.
FADA
Wittevrouwensingel 5
3581 6A Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: + 31 30 231 8825 Contact: Mrs E S van Luyn
No further information available as yet.
Nihp/Netherlands International Health platform
PO Box 19.52
3501 DD Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 30 230 6580 Fax: +31 30 230 6581
Email: IntCente@nizw.nl
No further information available as yet.
NOHS Nepal Oral Health Society
Nepal in Training ART
Butewei 24
Lippenhuizen 8408 HC
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 513 466665 Fax: +31 513 466430
Email: pim.bink@wxs.nl Contact: Mr W Bink
No further information available as yet.
WHO Collaborating Centre
PO Box 9101
6500HB Nijmegen
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 24 361 4050 Fax: +31 24 354 0265
Contact: Dr Frans Mikx http://www.whocc-Nijmegen.com
Community oral health, ART, functional dental arch, fluorides and chlorhexidine.
Areas served: Tanzania, China, Indonesia, Syria, Vietnam
NEW CALEDONIA
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Deputy Director General
BPD5 98848 Noumea Cedex
NEW CALEDONIA
Tel: +687 262000 Fax: +687 263818
Contact: Ms Lourdes Pangelinen
No further information available as yet.
NIGERIA
Education & Health Resources International
29 Lagos-Badagry Expressway
Lasu Bus Stop, Ojo
Lagos, Box 15692
Ikeja, Lagos
NIGERIA
Tel: +234 1 588 1409 Fax: +234 1 425 977 8514
Email: ehr_int@yahoo.com Contact: Dr B. O. Olorunfemi
To provide voluntary health care education and training to physicians, dentists and other health care
professionals; to promote clinical and research skills to enhance health care of indigent communities.
Areas served: Nigeria
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Mother and Child Organisation
Centre for Development, Information & Education
PO Box 3927
Sapon, Abeokuta Ogun State
NIGERIA
Contact: Mr A O Adeyale
No further information available as yet.
Preventive Dentistry Demonstration Centre
Access Oral Healthcare Services
1 Ogo-Oluwa Bankole Crescent
Ibara Housing Estate
PO Box 4422
Abeokuta
Ogun State
NIGERIA
Tel: +234 39 240118 Fax: +234 39 241928
Contact: Mrs Sherifat Omowale Quadri
To provide affordable quality preventive oral health services in deprived communities, mainly through training,
consultancy, research and advocacy.
Areas served: Nigeria
PAKISTAN
Margalla Education Trust
Margalla Institute of Health Sciences
Pitrus Bokhari Road H-8/1
Islamabad
PAKISTAN
Tel: +92 51 430264 Fax: +92 51 430264/445966
Contact: Dr Abdul Qadir/Dr Rafiq Ghuncha
This trust is to promote literacy, particularly in general health and oral health. Work in the areas of poor and
needy people in Pakistan, Kashmir and Afghanistan. To support the cause the trust has already developed a
base hospital and arranged free medical and oral health camps in remote areas. Research in trans-cultural oral
health, and starting PhD programme.
Areas served: Pakistan, Kashmir, Afghanistan
POLAND
Polish Society of Periodontology
18 Miodowa Street
00-246 Warsaw
POLAND
Tel: +48 22 6351747 Fax: +48 22 6352105
Contact: Prof Marie Wierbickie
No further information available as yet.
ROMANIA
A-Dent Foundation
str Traian w 61, 8700 Constanta
ROMANIA
Tel: +40 41 617040 Fax: +40 41 617040
Contact: Prof Corneliu Ameriei Email: amariei@yahoo.com
Romanian National Association of Orthodontistry
Bd Magheru 22, Et 4, Ap 6
Sector 1
Bucharets
ROMANIA
Tel: +401 3151047 Contact: Prof Gheorghe Boboc
No further information available as yet.
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Romanian Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
SF Spiridon Hospital
Bd Independentei No 16
Iasi 6600
ROMANIA
Tel: +403 2270965 Contact: Prof Dan Gogalniceanu
No further information available as yet.
ST. LUCIA
St Jude Hospital
Vieux Fort
St. Lucia
WEST INDIES
Tel: +1 809 454 6041 Fax: +1 809 454 6684
Contact: Dr Curlyn Phillips-Jordan
St. Jude Hospital is a 110 bed facility in the town of Vieux Fort, St. Lucia. St. Jude is responsible for serving the
southern half of the island. Through the generous contributions from its volunteer physicians, it provides the
best health care the equipment and supplies allow. St. Jude is currently managed by Mercy Hospital Medical
Center in Des Moines, Iowa, and will be for the next five years. The long term goal is to make St. Jude Hospital
a primary care facility for the West Indies.
Areas Served: West Indies.
Material: St. Jude accepts donations of medical supplies and equipment that can be used in its hospital.
SOUTH AFRICA
Division of Community
University of the Witwatersrand – Medical School
7 York Road
Parktown, Johannesburg 2193
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27-11-717 2594 Fax: +27-11-7172625
Email: neem@altavista.net Contact: Dr Steffen Mickenautsch
Primary Oral Health Care; Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) approach: Training, Research, Service
implementation; Community Oral Health Worker (COHW): training, implementation research; Refugee oral
health care; Health promotion; Oral manifestation HIV/AIDS; Community outreach; Traditional healer
Areas served: South Africa, Ghana, DR Congo, Nigeria.
IADR
Faculty of Dentistry
University of Pretoria
Box 1266
Pretoria 0001
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27 12 319 2519 Fax: +27 27 12 325 2863
Email: pjvanwyk@medic.up.ac.za Contact: Prof P J van Wyk
No further information available as yet.
Islamic Medical Association (IMA)
PO Box 48786
Qualbert 4078
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27 31 207 2250 Fax: +27 31 207 2260
Email: imakzn@eastcoast.co.za
No further information available as yet.
Mobile Health Care
Portfolio Manager: Health
Transnet
PO Box 72501
2122 Parkview
SOUTH AFRICA
Contact: Ms Lynette Coetzee Email: LynetteC2@Transnet.co.za
No further information available as yet.
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Oral Hygienists – KZNPA
PO Box 8944
Cumberwood 3235
Pietermaritzburg
Kwa Zulu Natal
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +331 897 3163 Fax: +331 979768
Contact: Dr Mahjabeen Fazloodeen
Aiming to promote preventative methods rather than resorting to curative methods.
Areas served: South Africa.
Oral Hygienist Association of S Africa
PO Box 6014
Roggebaai 80/2
SOUTH AFRICA
Fax: +27 21421
No further information available as yet.
SPAIN
Odontologia Solidaria
Cea Bermudez 36-1 C
28003-Madrid
SPAIN
Tel: +34 1 534 6829 Fax: +34 1 535 1259
Contact: Dra Mercedes Morato Pasalodos Email: odonsolbcn@infomed.es

http://www.infomed.es/odonsol/

No further information available as yet.
SRI LANKA
College of Community Dentistry of Sri Lanka
11/4 Schofield Place
Colombo-3
SRI LANKA
Tel: +94 1 588454 Contact: Dr K Krishnarasa
The college is mainly interested in promoting positive dental health in the community through promotion,
prevention and educational programmes. It provides the opportunity for dental health personnel to update their
knowledge and skills, carry out research and post-graduate education in dental public health.
Areas served: Sri Lanka
Health Education Bureau
Ministry of Health
No 145 Dharmapala Mawatha
Colombo 7
SRI LANKA
Tel: 00 94 1 436047
Email: adlymohd@slt.lk Contact: Dr Mano Fernando
No further information available as yet.
Professional Centre
275/75 Bauddhaloka Mawatha
Colombo 7
SRI LANKA
Tel/fax: 00 94 1 595417 Contact: Dr Adly Mohamed
No further information available as yet.
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SWEDEN
Faculty of Odontology
Göteborg University
Department of Oral Microbiology
Box 450
Göteborg SE-40530
SWEDEN
Tel: +46 31 7733262 Fax: +46 31 825733
Email: dahlen@odontologi.gu.se Contact: Prof Gunnar Dahléu
Periodontology and cariology, micro-biological aspects. Other oral infections, prophylaxis measures, treatment
implementations, oral health promotion
Areas served: Kenya, Thailand, China
Faculty of Odontology
Malmö University
Centre for Oral Health Sciences
Carl Gustafs väg 34
SE-214 21 Malmö
SWEDEN
Tel: +46 40 322142 Fax: +46 40 322145
Contact: Prof Douglas Bratthall
No further information available as yet.
The Rotary Doctor Bank, Dental Division
Stzandvagen 24
44332 Lerum
SWEDEN
Tel: +4630 213157 Fax: +4631 165439
Contact: Dr Ake Lagerquist Email: ake.lagerquist@ebox.tninet.se
No further information available as yet.
SWITZERLAND
Secours Dentaire International (SDI)
Zürcherstrasse 6
9500 Wil SG
SWITZERLAND
Tel: +41 71 911 5755 Fax: +41 71 911 8757
Contact: Dr. med. dent. Jürg Ernst Jent
No further information available as yet.
Zahnärzte für Rumänien (SPR)
Dr. med. dent. Werner Frunz
Bahnhofstrasse 24
5400 Baden
SWITZERLAND
Tel: +41 56 222 0050 Fax: +41 56 222 0053
No further information available as yet.
SYRIA
WHO Demonstration, Training and Research Center for Health
Dental School Health Department
P.O.Box 60184
Damascus
SYRIA
Contact: Dr Nabil Beiruti
Established in 1982 to work nationally and regionally to promote and develop oral health for the population,
especially children. The fields of interest are planning of oral health programmes, evaluation, training of
manpower in dental public health, carrying out of oral health research, developing of appropriate dental
techniques, and producing oral health education and training materials
Areas served: Syria
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TAIWAN
Association of Family Dentistry
No 18 Szu-Yuan St
Taipei 100
Taiwan
REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Tel: +2 2365 9396 Fax: +2 2365 9376
Contact: Chang Chin-Shun
No further information available as yet.
Taiwan Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
4F, No 52 Hsing-Sheng S Road Sec 3
Taipei, Taiwan
REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Tel: +2 2363 7673 Fax: +2 2363 7673
Contact: Huang Shun-Te
No further information available as yet.
TANZANIA
Central Oral Health Unit
Ministry of Health
PO Box 273
Dar-Es-Salaam
TANZANIA
Tel: +255 51 124237/120261 Contact: Dr H J Mosha/Dr Y Hemed
Epidemiology, research methodology and planning community oral health care programmes.
Areas served: Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe
THAILAND
World Concern
37 – 501 Phetburi 15
Bangkok 10400
THAILAND
Contact: Dr C Durward
No further information available as yet.
TONGA
Tonga Dental Association
Ministry of Health
Tofoa
TONGA
Tel: +676 23200 ext 56 Fax: +676 24291
Contact: Dr Latu
Endeavouring to ensure that the water supply for the main town ise fluoridated in order to minimise caries in
school children; arranging training for auxiliaries (dental therapists and assistants) to help in primary oral health
care and training by the people in oral health care.
Areas served: Tonga
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UKRAINE
Project Heritage House
8 Chaykovsogo Str. Suite 1
Odessa
UKRAINE 65206
Tel: +380 48 731 4229 Contact: Dr Paul Becker
Email: Beckerpd@paco.net http://www.interconnection.org/hi
travbailey@yahoo.com
The Odessa Boarding School Orphanage Number Four was built in 1959 for a population of 200 students. It
currently houses 419 children. Odessa Boarding School Number Four is unique in tht it is strictly for orphans.
The orphanage belongs to the city of Odessa.
In the summer of 2000, the Salvation Army and Harvest International fornmed a joint venture and signed a
contract with the Ukrainian Minister of Education. The purpose of this programme is to supplement the
educational programme at the orphanage. This programmes is entitled Project Heritage House. The chairman
of Baltimore-Odessa Sister Cities and a United States Peace Corps Volunteer also work within Project Heritage
House.
Project Heritage House’s role is to supplement basic services and material needs that were originally meant to
be provided by the city government. Because of Ukraine’s current poor economical situation the city
government currently cannot meet these needs. Project Heritage House provides assistance in the areas of
children’s education, material, and nutritional needs.
Both Sister Cities International (http://www.sister-cities.org/) and Harvest International
(http://www.harvestinternational.org) are American organisations registered as nonprofits both in the United
States and Ukraine. Harvest International is a Christian organisation.
UNITED KINGDOM
Borrow Dental Milk Foundation
Padnell Grange, Cowplain, Portsmouth, PO8 8ED
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 2392 262222 Fax: +44 2392 241401
Contact: Prof Norman Whitehouse Email:

http://www.borrowfoundation.com

The Borrow Dental Milk Foundation is a UK registered charity, a non profit making organisation, actively
involved in the promotion of milk as a vehicle for fluoride for the benefit of children’s oral health.
As part of an international research programme the Foundation supports two main streams of activity:
• schemes in the community – supporting the fluoridation of milk supplied to children under existing
distribution systems.
• clinical and laboratory studies designed to strengthen the scientific base for milk fluoridation carried out
at dental research establishments in various countries.
British Fluoridation Society
4th Floor
University of Liverpool
School of Dentistry
Liverpool U69 3GN
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 151 706 5216 Fax: +44 151 706 5845
Email: bfs@liv.ac.uk Contact: Mrs Sheila Jones
Promotion of water fluoridation in order to effectively reduce levels of tooth decay.
Areas served: UK
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The Cordent Trust
Summit House
Summit Road
Potters Bar
Herts EN6 3EE
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 1732 833450 Fax: +44 870 1281423
Contact: Mrs Creek Wier Email: wiercdcs@aol.com
Areas served: Many and varied. Projects supported if appropriate
Dentaid
The Old Sawmills
Giles Lane
Landford
Salisbury
Wiltshire SP5 2BG
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 1794 324249 Fax: +44 1794 323871
Email: info@dentaid.org/luke@dentaid.org Contact: Dr Jenny Worldley/Mr Luke Wordley
Dentaid UK is a charity which collects used western dental equipment, refurbishes it in a workshop then sends
it to sites in the developing world where requests had been received. Intentions are to go on to develop
strategies for oral health education and primary treatment in the areas where equipment is supplied.
Areas served: Many and varied. Projects supported if appropriate.
Teeth Relief
The Sunnymede Trust
1 Laneway
Sunnymead Road
Putney
London SW15 5HX
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 20 8878 6129 Fax: +44 20 8480 8085
Contact: Dr Sharon Rankin
No further information available as yet.
WHO Collaborating Centre for Nutrition and Oral Health
Department of Child Dental Health
Dental School
Framlington Place
Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4BW
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 191 222 7863/8242 Fax: +44 191 222 5928
Email: a.j.rugg-gunn@ncl.ac.uk Contact: Prof Andrew J Rugg-Gunn
To encourage scholarship, improve knowledge and facilitate action in the field of nutrition and oral health. To
further the knowledge and understanding of nutrition and oral health world-wide. To encourage and assist in
research in the field and to facilitate learning and the exchange of information.
Areas served: Sri Lanka, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Pakistan
WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Cancer and Precancer
Kings College School of Medicine & Dentistry
Caldecot Road
London SE5 9RW
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 20 7346 3608 Fax: +44 20 7346 3624
Email: newell.johnson@kcl.ac.uk Contact: Prof Newell Johnson
To research and develop oral health in developing countries and to integrate oral health with general health.
Active in cancer, HIV/AIDS, periodontal diseases.
Areas served: India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, China, Kenya, Nigeria, Sudan, Saudi Arabia
UNITED STATES
Academy of Dentistry International
P.O. Box 307
Hicksville, Ohio 43526-0307
USA
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Tel: +1 419 542 0101 Fax: +1 419 542 6883
Email: rramus@bright.net Contact: Dr Robert L Ramus
The Academy of Dentistry International is devoted to the advancement of the dental profession by the elevation
of dental-care standards through continuing education. By the support and sponsorship of special educational
and service projects, the Academy directly contributes to the improvement of dental health and to the well-being
of people worldwide.
Areas served: Worldwide
Material: It solicits dental books, instruments, equipment, journals and video tapes
Academy of LDS Dentists
PO Box 211404
Salt Lake City
Utah 84121-8404
USA
Tel: +1 801 378 6757 Fax: +1 801 378 6361
Contact: Tim Watabe
The Academy of LDS Dentists is an organisation of dental professionals dedicated to serving mankind. It
endeavours to provide dental expertise and manpower to underserved areas of the world. In addition to patient
treatment, it provides dental education to increase the expertise of local professionals. It also provides
scholarship funds for domestic and international students. A quality yearly conference is held on the Brigham
Young University campus.
Areas served: worldwide
Material: It provides dental equipment and supplies to many underserved areas of the world and solicits
donations
Africa Inland Mission
PO Box 178
Pearl River, New York 10965
USA
Tel: +1 914 735 4014 Fax: +1 914 735 1814
Contact: Warren Day
Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is an interdenominational Christian organization with a goal of establishing nurturing
churches of Christ. One of AIM’s means of establishing churches is through medical service to the people of
Africa. AIM uses dental and medical personnel in hospitals, dispensaries, mobile clinics and community health
care. AIM is supported by the tax deductible contributions of others and by volunteer personnel. Dental
Equipment and supplies are also welcome.
Areas Served: Fourteen countries in Africa.
Material: AIM accepts donated dental equipment and supplies for its personnel in Africa.
All God’s Children Oral Health Project
1956 Honeysuckle Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
USA
Tel: +1 513 232 4603 Fax: +1 513 231 9346
Contact: Dr Stephen W Curran
The All God’s Children Oral Health Project is a non-profit, interdenominational organization which brings
preventive and restorative dental care to children living in the orphanages of Eastern Europe. The mobile dental
clinic is staffed by volunteer American dental professionals working cooperatively with their Eastern European
colleagues. This provides local dental volunteers with the opportunity to learn new procedures and work with
modern dental equipment supplied by the program. The Project has government approval to import supplies
without paying tariffs.
Areas Served: Bulgaria and Romania.
Material: Tax deductible cash donations, portable dental equipment, instruments, supplies and medicines are
welcome.
American Dental Volunteers for Israel
108-13 67th Road
Forest Hills, New York 11375
USA
Tel: +1 718 263 4918 Contact: Dr Paul Jarmon
The American Dental Volunteers for Israel recruits dentists and dental hygienists for two four-week stints at a
kibbutz in Israel. All accommodations are provided (food and living quarters). Volunteers work 20 hours a week
only. Transportation is not provided.
Areas Served: Israel.
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Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
American Dentists for Foreign Service
619 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11218
USA
Tel: +1 718 436 8686 Contact: Dr Herman Ivanhoe/Anne Brearley
American Dentists for Foreign Service (ADFS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving developing
countries exclusively through dentistry, with the assistance of dentists, hygienists, teachers and service people.
Transportation is supplied by the traveling personnel. Subsistence by the host agency or county.
Dental equipment, used but serviced, is crated and shipped. The equipment is offered free, but the receiving
country must supply warehouse, service and shipping expenses.
Dental Schools will be given preference over clinics or hospitals to receive large quantities of equipment in
order to increase the dental profession within that country and to supply more services to the people. Clinics
and hospitals will be supplied with small quantities.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: Donated equipment is utilized in the program.
American Medical Resources Foundation Inc. (AMRF)
PO Box 3609
Brockton, Massachusetts 02404-3609
USA
Tel: +1 508 580 3301 Fax: +1 508 580 3306
Contact: Mr David P Harrington
American Medical Resources Foundation (AMRF) donates used, but fully operational medical and dental
equipment to hospitals and clinics serving the poor in third world and developing nations. AMRF also offers the
services of a corps of qualified biomedical engineers and technicians who volunteer to teach maintenance
procedures and assist in setting up maintenance and calibration facilities at the recipient institutions. AMRF is a
tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is registered with the U.S.
Agency for International Development. Donated equipment already shipped ranges from beds to monitors, xray,
pulmonary, cardiac, ultrasonic diagnostic, operating rooms, and other diverse equipment for general and
specialized use in prenatal, natal, pediatric, and adult departments.
Areas Served: Developing countries worldwide.
Material: Donated equipment is utilized in the program.
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Armenian-American Health Association of Greater Washington
1160 Varnun St., N.E. Suite 308
Washington, D.C. 20017
USA
Tel: +1 202 529 3756 Fax: +1 202 529 5474
Contact: Hayk Kaftarian
The Association’s goals are to provide and facilitate health care, to improve health care delivery systems, and to
educate and train health care professionals and the general public in health care. The program provides
biomedical and technical information and support as well as assists in research and development.
Areas Served: Armenia and Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Material: All types of medications, medical and dental equipment, and educational activities to be donated for
shipment to the Armenian Health Ministry.
AYUDA Inc.
1520 East Lincoln Avenue
Anaheim, California 92805
USA
Tel: +1 714 774 6330 Fax: +1 714 774 4052
Contact: Dr Harris N Done
Ayuda, Inc. is a private non-profit organization, dedicated to improving the health of needy people in North and
Central America. It conducts dental clinics twice a year in Belize and Mexico. Volunteers pay their own
expenses. Ayuda provides supplies and equipment. Ayuda also sponsors free dental clinics in the U.S. at
needy schools
Areas Served: Belize, Mexico and USA (Southern California)
Material: Ayuda solicits donations and dental equipment and supplies.
Carelift International
One Belmont Avenue
GSB Building, Suite 4/25
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
USA
Tel: +1 610 617 0995 Fax: +1 610 668 0930
Email: carrollcaulfield@carelift.org Contact: Carroll Caulfield
Carelift International’s health education development programme has 5 goals: (1) foster health development, (2)
address the long term needs of countries that are struggling to establish modern methods of healthcare
delivery, (3) establish new educational programmes, (4) strengthen existing programmes, and (5) address
public health needs.
Areas served: Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Belarus, Georgia, Cyprus, Albania, Croatia,
Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, Brazil, Bratislava, Israel, Lithuania, Jordan
Catholic Medical Mission Board Inc
10 West 17th Street
New York, New York 10011-5765
USA
Tel: +1 212 242 7757 Fax: +1 212 807 9161
Contact: Joseph A Latella, S.J.
Catholic Medical Mission Board seeks licensed dentists to volunteer their services in Catholic health care
facilities for the medically disenfranchised.
Applicants must be fully licensed with two years of professional experience and maintain current registration in
the United States or Canada. Arrangements for single and married applicants with children are available.
Volunteers are expected to provide their own transportation to and from the international location where they
are placed.
Independent health care facilities accept volunteers for short-term (one-six months) and long term (one-two
years) assignments. Room and board are provided for all applicants. A modest stipend is available for longterm
volunteers.
Areas Served: Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, India, Papua New Guinea.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
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CERT International
(Christian Emergency Relief Teams)
PO Box 188008
Carlsbad, California 92018
USA
Tel: +1 619 431 9890 Fax: +1 619 431 9893
Contact: Dr. Ken Daugherty
CERT International is a non-profit interdenominational relief organization providing short term opportunities for
medical and dental professionals, para professions, construction personnel, and lay people to various parts of
the world.
CERT Teams have gone from large metro areas such as Bucharest, Romania and Lima, Peru to remote
jungles of Papua New Guinea, Honduras and Nicaragua; from war-torn areas such as Afghanistan, Nicaragua,
Mozambique, Croatia and Bosnia to former communist countries such as Albania, Romania, Bulgaria and
Russia.
The basic philosophy of CERT is to go where little if any help is being given.
Areas Served: Countries in Central & South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Africa, Southeast Asia and
others.
Christian Dental Society
PO Box 177
Sumner, Iowa 50674
USA
Tel: +1 800 237 7368 Fax: +1 319 578 8843
Contact: Dr Richard C Haw
Recruits volunteers for short-term volunteer dental mission trips to developing nations. Serving areas in need
since 1962.
Areas Served: Worldwide – South America, Caribbean, Central America, Russia and the South Pacific.
Material: Dental materials, equipment and supplies.
Christian Mission of Pignon, Inc.
P.O. Box 743 – 403 Main Street
Lake Village
Arkansas 71653
USA
Tel: +1 870 265 2111 Fax: +1 870 265 2112
Email: loydcmp@cei.net Contact: Dr Marvin D. Loyd
CMP serves as an open window to and for Christianity to nurture the spiritual growth of the people in the area of
Pignon, Haiti and assist them in the development of long term, self-sustaining program efforts in the areas of
preventive and acute health care; functional literacy and educational opportunities; clean water and essential
sanitation facilities; agricultural development and training; and community and economic development.
Areas served: Haiti
Citizens Democracy Corps
2021 K Street, NW
Suite 215
Washington, D.C. 20036
USA
Tel: +1 202 872 0933/+1 800 394 1945 Fax: +1 202 872 0923
Contact: Jill Schiager
Citizens Democracy Corps (CDC) is a private, non-profit organization which mobilizes US private sector
expertise and resources to assist the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the New Independent States
(NIS) of the former USSR. CDC programs respond directly to the needs brought to its attention by government,
civic, and industry leaders in the region. Through its Citizens Volunteer Program (CVP), CDC recruits and fields
teams of US volunteers to participate in locally-designed institution-building projects in diverse program sectors.
In the health sector, CDC fields requests for hospital administrators, deans and assistant deans of medical and
dental schools.
Areas Served: Central and Eastern Europe; New Independent States (of former USSR).
Material: The program does not utilize donated dental material.
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Community Church of Greenwood
1477 West Main Street
Greenwood, Indiana 46142
USA
Tel: +1 317 888 6024 Fax: +1 317 885 2648
Contact: Charles Coleman
Community Church of Greenwood serves as the dental clinic for the areas surrounding San Salvador, El
Salvador.
Areas Served: El Salvador
Material: General dental equipment and materials
CONCERN/America
PO Box 1790
Santa Ana, California 92702
USA
Tel: +1 714 953 8575 Fax: +1 714 953 1242
Contact: Marianne Loewe
CONCERN/America is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life (including
health care) for rural populations in developing countries through training and education of local personnel. It is
supported through the contributions of interested individuals and small foundations. CONCERN/America is not
affiliated with any religious organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Areas Served: Mexico, Central America, and some locations in Africa.
Material: Dental equipment, especially small instruments.
Creighton University School of Dentistry
2500 California Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68178
USA
Tel: +1 402 280 5098 Fax: +1 402 280 5094
Contact: Dr Romer Ocanto
The purpose of the program is to collaborate with faculty and researchers at Central University of Venezuela
School of Dentistry and Institute of Dental Research. Training and research collaboration in the areas of
epidemiology are applied to research in oral biology, microbiology, oral pathology and genetics, to take place
once a year. The program is to be supported by grant money from a private foundation. The program involves a
three-week workshop designed to prepare postdoctoral students to conduct research that involves
epidemiology assessments in different countries.
Areas Served: Venezuela.
Material: The program does not use donated dental material.
Dental Health International
847 South Milledge Avenue
Athens, Georgia 30605-1331
USA
Tel: +1 706 546 1716 Fax: +1 706 546 1715
Contact: Dr Barry Simmons
Dental Health International needs dental personnel to create dental clinics in rural areas of developing countries
which will be, in turn, staffed by the host country dentists. Water and nutritional studies will be conducted to
determine needs of the host country. A program in the surrounding schools will be instituted to show benefits of
fluoride and a basic dental hygiene program as well. Dental clinics are dispersed throughout the host country.
Areas Served: Bhutan (Himalayas), Cameroon, Cook Islands, Lesotho, Rwanda, and Vietnam.
Material: Dental equipment less than ten years old, to make up a complete dental clinic, dental supplies,
handpieces and instruments.
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Dental Seminars & Symposia (DDS)
343 Prairie View Road
Chippewa Falls
Wisconsin 54729
USA
Tel: +1 715 723 1662 Fax: +1 715 723 1662
Contact: Dr David D Crane
Dental Seminars & Symposia, Inc. (DSS) was established in 1977 to provide continuing dental education and to
organize humanitarian projects both nationally and internationally. Groups are taken annually to South America
to provide dental care for homeless and orphaned children (expenses are paid by participants). University
faculty are also selected to conduct scientific congresses at Latin American universities (expenses paid by the
host universities). DSS is non-political, non-sectarian, and conducts all foreign programs on a non-profit basis.
Areas Served: Latin America.
Material: Small equipment and supplies are requested as needed for specific clinics. Tax-deductible receipts
are given by local churches.
Division of Worldwide Ministries
Presbyterian Church (USA)
100 Witherspoon Street
Lousiville, Kentucky 4042-1396
USA
Tel: +1 502 569 5000 Fax: +1 502 569 8039
Contact: Ms Edith Sutton/Mr Bob Ellis
The Division of Worldwide Ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA) works to assist church related hospitals,
clinics and health projects in developing countries through placement of health care professionals and in
providing material assistance. The aim is to improve health care services along with training of national and
local personnel. Sustainable and appropriate technology is emphasized as well as preventive health education.
The work is supported from the national budget of the denomination, with help from international health agency
grants and gifts from groups and individuals.
Areas Served: Ongoing service in Guatemala, Haiti, India, South Korea, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Zaire and
along the U.S.A. border.
Material: The program does not utilize dental material.
The Domingos Foundation
1800 S.E. St. Lucie Boulevard (October-April)
Building 8, Apt. 107
Stuart, Florida 34996-4224
USA
Tel: +1 407 286 1708
4890 Glenwood Avenue, #4 (May-September)
Youngstown, Ohio 44512
USA
Tel: +1 216 782 2055
Contact: Dr. D. E. De Marco
The Domingos Foundations is a publicly supported non-profit organization which delivers, and works to
improve, dental and other health care in remote areas of Brazil, Guatemala and Honduras. It actively promotes
and provides grants for small-scale development projects in the villages it visits. Contributions are taxdeductible,
as are expenses incurred by volunteers serving abroad.
Areas Served: Remote areas of Brazil, Guatemala and Honduras.
Material: Donations of certain dental and pharmaceutical supplies are accepted.
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Ecuadent
11506 St. David’s Lane
Lutherville, Maryland 21093
USA
Tel: +1 410 560 0937 Fax: +1 410 876 6362
Contact: Tammy G. Fesche
Ecuadent is a humanitarian undertaking to Ecuador, made up of American dental and medical professionals.
The all-volunteer group of doctors and assistants donate their time and pay their own transportation to treat the
indigent population, many of whom are children between the ages of three and 14 years of age. The focus is on
preventative dental health measures in addition to some restorative treatment as equipment and facilities allow.
Volunteers pay their transportation to Ecuador. All transportation inside the country, food, and lodging are
provided by the Ecuadorian Army.
Areas Served: Ecuador.
Material: Dental instruments, dental supplies (especially toothbrushes), dental portable units, portable dental xray
units and cable run units.
Esperança Inc.
1911 West Earll Drive
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
USA
Tel: +1 602 252 7772 Fax: +1 602 340 9197
Contact: Dr. Jeanne France
Esperança Inc. is a non-profit, non-denominational international health organization that provides treatment and
training in Latin America and Africa. Esperança’s vision is to “sow the seeds of self-help in health.” Esperança
accepts many volunteer health professionals, as well as funding, from a variety of private sources (individuals,
churches, service clubs, foundations) and U.S. government support. Volunteer dentists work in Esperança’s
clinical facility in the Amazon jungles of Brazil.
Areas Served: Santarém, Pará Brazil (in the Amazon valley).
Material: Esperança solicits dental equipment and consumable supplies for its dental clinic facility in the
Amazon.
Estonian American Fund Inc.
4 Noyes Court
PO Box 13266
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
USA
Tel: +1 301 587 9115 Fax: +1 202 291 8884
Contact: Ago Ambre
Estonian American Fund (EAF) is a publicly supported charity, recognized as such by the IRS, and registered
by the U.S. Agency for International Development as a private voluntary organization (PVO). The mission is to
aid in the resolution of economic problems faced by command economies seeking to change to a free market
basis. Programs supply universities with scientific texts, hospitals with medical equipment, supplies, and
technical training. EAF facilitates exchange of students and scholars, and helps set up in-country seminars and
training classes. EAF sponsors an active health care project that has provided about $2.5 million in medical and
dentistry supplies and equipment.
Areas Served: Estonia.
Material: EAF solicits donations in cash and in kind. Dental and medical equipment and professional literature
are provided in response to specific requests from health professionals in Estonia.
Flying Doctors of America
1951 Airport Road
Dekalb-Peachtree Airport
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
USA
Tel: +1 404 451 3068 Fax: +1 404 457 6302
Contact: Peggy Phipps
Flying Doctors of America is committed to helping physicians, dentists, other health care professionals, the
business community and general volunteers help the poor and needy by flying monthly medical missions. It
provides quick, professionally managed, low cost, tax-deductible medical missions to areas of critical need,
thereby bringing hope and healing. It welcomes all who desire to volunteer, regardless of creed, religion, color,
race, sex or nationality.
Areas Served: Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America and India.
Material: The program does not use dental material.
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Forward Edge International
15121-A NE 72nd Avenue
Vancouver, Washington 98686
USA
Tel: +1 206 574 3343 Fax: +1 206 574 2118
Contact: Joseph Anfuso
Forward Edge International is a teams denominational ministry dedicated to sending North American church
groups and individuals on short-term mission trips. It provides experienced team leadership, logistical
coordination, practical preparatory materials, and a wide variety of ministry opportunities in the U.S., Latin
America, Europe, Asia, and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The mission trips last from ten days to
three weeks. Forward Edge International sends service teams (medical/dental construction) evangelism teams,
youth teams and adult teams.
Areas Served: U.S. Indian reservations, Albania, Asia, China, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Italy,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Romania, and Vietnam.
Material: The program does not utilize dental material.
Foundation of the Pierre Fauchard Academy
1441 Avocado Avenue
Suite 508
Newport Beach, California 92660-6224
USA
Fax: +1 714 373 2237 Contact: Dr Shig Ryan Kishi
The Pierre Fauchard Academy, an International Honor Dental Organization with 108 sections worldwide, has
established a foundation to support grants and projects that will benefit the dental profession and the public it
serves. The Foundation has published a brochure that covers the goals and guidelines of the grant/project
program. It lists the types of programs the Foundation will support, as well as the restrictions that apply to
eligibility for funding.
Organizations, institutions and individuals who desire funding are encouraged to obtain a copy of the brochure
from the individual listed above to determine if their program or project falls within the Foundation’s goals. If so,
they may apply for support. The brochure covers the application form.
Areas Served: Worldwide
Material: Foundation funds only materials listed in application.
Friends of Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI)
11 Sage Circle
Scarsdale, New York 10583
USA
Tel: +1 914 725 2485 Contact: Ms Lila Seiler
Friends of Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI)
Main Street
Livingston Manor, New York 12758
USA
Tel: +1 914 439 4100 Contact: Dr. Don Simkin
DVI operates the only free of charge Children’s Dental Clinic in Jerusalem, located at 29 Mekor Chayim Street.
The organization’s dental services include oral education, preventive care, and treatment to underprivileged
Jewish and non-Jewish children, ages 5 to 18, who never have had previous dental care. Services are also
provided to Russian and Ethiopian children. Contributions are tax deductible, as are expenses incurred by
volunteers serving in Jerusalem.
Areas Served: Jerusalem.
Material: DVI solicits donations of dental supplies and dental equipment in good working order.
Global Outreach Mission Inc
PO Box 2010
Buffalo
NY 14231-2010, USA
No further information available as yet.
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Haitian & Co-Arts Association, Inc.
165 Park Row, Suite 8D
New York, New York 10038
USA
Tel: +1 212 732 9735 Contact: Andre Letellier
The Haitian & Co-Arts Association, Inc., is a voluntary overseas, private non-governmental, non-political, nonreligious,
non-profit, tax-exempt charitable educational organization, founded in 1956 by Andre Letellier, a
Haitian born U.S. citizen. Its aims and purposes are solely dedicated to gratuitously contribute to the elimination
of hunger, eradication of disease and promotion of literacy of deprived children of the peasants in remote
villages of Haiti through mobile medical-dental free clinics. Clinics deliver community-wide vaccination against
aids, polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, provide birth control, and dental care Dues, contributions and expenses
incurred by donors and/or volunteers serving with the organization’s charitable programs are tax deductible.
U.S. corporations and individuals donate funds, services, medical supplies, drugs, educational and agricultural
materials.
Areas Served: Haiti.
Material: Dental equipment, instruments, supplies, dental literature, preferably in French, are accepted.
Health Teams International Inc. (HTI)
7518 South Evanston Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-5615
USA
Tel: +1 918 481 1115 Fax: +1 918 481 1115
Contact: Dr Robert W Miller
Health Teams International (HTI) is an ecumenical non-profit organization dedicated to assisting in
evangelization through the ministrations of short-term Christian health care teams. It has neither dues nor
membership fees, but it is supported by the tax-deductible contributions of interested individuals and groups.
Volunteers pay their own expenses, which are tax-deductible. All staff members contribute their services
without pay.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: HTI solicits donations of portable dental instruments, equipment and supplies that can be transported
by air to overseas sites.
Health Volunteers Overseas
Dentistry Overseas
PO Box 65157
Washington DC 20035-5157
USA
Tel: +1 202 296 0928 Fax: +1 202 296 8018
Email: info@hvousa.org Contact: Kate Skillman
http://www.hvonsa.org
Aims to improve the quality of health care in developing countries through training and education.
Specific details of the project in Haiti are as follows: to form a co-operative network of dental health care; to
improve the quality and increase the availability of health care through training and education; to co-operate
with the Pan American Health Organization to implement a nation-wide salt fluoridation and iodisation process
for Haiti; to train and empower Haitian natives to provide professional services for themselves once volunteer
teams are gone.
Areas served: Bangladesh, Brazil, Haiti, India, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Vietnam
Health Volunteers Overseas
Dental Division of ADA
3801 N Fairfax Dr Suite 40
Arlington, Va 22207
USA
Contact: Dr Gary S Leff Email: garyleff@erols.com
No further information available as yet.
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Himalayan Healthcare Inc.
565 West End Avenue, suite #3G
New York, New York 10024
USA
Tel: +1 212 877 6519 Fax: +1 212 877 6519
Contact: Lisa Gomer
Himalayan HealthCare Inc. (HHC) was established to address the health crisis in rural Nepal. The primary
objectives of the organization are to provide immediate medical treatment to people living in remote mountain
villages and to improve the general healthcare conditions of the rural population of Nepal who do not have
access to health care at times of critical need. Himalayan HealthCare is unique in that its programs are
sustained by Nepalese medical professionals who trek monthly to targeted villages to deliver medical care and
to teach villagers about hygiene, sanitation, nutrition and family planning.
In addition to supporting a small full-time Nepalese medical staff, HHC also organizes groups of American
physicians, dentists and healthcare workers to participate in medical treks to selected villages to assist the
Nepalese physicians in treating patients and dispensing necessary medicines.
Areas Served: Rural mountain villages of Nepal.
Material: HHC solicits donations of dental equipment and supplies as well as financial contributions.
HIM Foundation
PO Box 101
Atlanta, Texas 75551
USA
Tel: +1 903 796 3821/1 903 796 3824/+1 903 796 7705
Contact: Dr James Hogan
The Foundation promotes Christian missionary dentistry. It encourages and helps health care professionals to
accompany evangelists to needy countries for short-term missionary efforts. The volunteer works as a team
member with a local Christian church. Health clinics are usually set up in the church to render a physical
service. The Foundation has also founded and financed three dental clinics in India. Volunteers provide their
own instruments and supplies.
Areas Served: Honduras, India, Israel and Korea.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
Honduran-American Medical Mission
501 5th Avenue
Belmar, New Jersey 07719
USA
Tel: +1 908 681 6134 Fax: +1 908 681 1891
Contact: Mrs Patricia King
The organization’s current projects include separate 25-resident boys and girls orphanages, known collectively
as Hogar Amistad or House of Friendship. A newly constructed medical/dental clinic includes two dental
operatories and service a population base of 15,000 rural, destitute Hondurans.
Areas Served: Urraco/Sulaco area of north-central Honduras.
Material: Donations of hand instruments and lab equipment to fully outfit two dental operatories for operative,
endo, perio and uncomplicated exodontia.
Howard Karagheusian Commemorative Corporation
386 Park Avenue South
Suite 1601
New York, New York 10016
USA
Tel: +1 212 725 0973 Fax: +1 212 447 0378
Contact: Dr Watler C Bandazian

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ARGENTINA
Public Health Secretariat
Bordieu 460 – Tigre 1648
Buenos Aires 1648
ARGENTINA
Tel: +54 11 4512 4481/82 Fax: +54 11 4512 4481/82
Contact: Graciela Roes/Dr Emilio Gimenez
We are dedicated to primary oral health care for the community of Tigre (promotion/prevention/oral assistance),
especially focused on children and low income general population. Co-ordination and evaluation of preventive
programmes.
Areas served: Tigre
Comision de Educacion para la Salud de la Confederacion Odontologica de la Republica Argentina
Rio Bamba 373
20P Capital Federal
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA
No further information available yet.
AUSTRIA
Dr Helmut Euler-Rolle
A-1160 Wien
Erzenkelstrasse 281113
AUSTRIA
Tel: +43 1 493 1306 Fax: +43 1 493 13064
No further information available yet.
Pro Homine – Dental Aid Project
Lauteracher Str. 3
6922 Wolfurt
AUSTRIA
Tel: +43 5574 713 14 10 Fax: +54 5574 71314 9
Email: peter.huemer@vol.at Contact: Dr Peter Huemer
Training of students in the field of dentistry. Supporting the students in running their own practice. Supporting
dental schools in Kampala and Addis Ababa.
Areas served: Uganda, Ethiopia
BELARUS
The Belarusian Association of Private Dentists
13/61 V. Khoruzhaya Street
220000 Minsk
BELARUS
Tel: +375 17 2 286114 Fax: +375 17 2 286114
Contact: Yashshuk Zhanna
No further information available yet.
Minsk State Medical Institute
Department of General Dentistry
28 Sukhaya Street
220004 Minsk
BELARUS
Tel: +375 17 2265091 Fax: +375 17 2265091
Contact: Prof M Poloneychik
Teaching students in the field of stomatology on the basis of simulators and the post-graduate teaching of
young dental doctors.
Areas served: Belarus
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Pinskdrev
Department of Dentistry
1 Chuklaia Str
225710 Pinsk
BELARUS
Tel: +375 16 5358660 Fax: +375 16 5356634
No further information available yet.
BELGIUM
Verbond der Vlaamse Tandartsen
Vrijheidslaan 61
1081 Brussels
BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 413 00 13 Fax: +32 2 414 87 27
Contact: Karel Bergé Email: verbdon@vvt.be

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Co-ordination all over the world for dental aid. Programme for colleagues in Romania.
Areas served: Romania
BRAZIL
Pedro Martinelli Institute
Rua Loefgreen 1291-6 andar – conj 61 Vila Mariana
SãoPaulo 04040-031
BRAZIL
Tel/Fax: +5511 5773 0776 Contact: Sílvia Martinelli
Email: ipm@ipmartinelli.org.br http://www.jornaldosite.com.br/ipmartinelli/ipm1/.htm
Created in 1999 to promote oral health helping needed pregnant women, theirs babies and elderly people. The
Milk People and To Live Smiling projects give permanent care to more than 300 patients in homes
Areas Served: Brazil
SBAL – Saude Bucal na America Latina
Rotary International – Distrito 4610
Av. Professor Alfonso Bovero, 1110
05019-10 São Paulo /S.P.
BRAZIL
Tel: +55 11 3871 0027 Fax: +55 11 3871 0027
Email: elagos@uol.com.br Contact: Evandro M Lagos
Assembles dentists and other oral health professionals for voluntary service and contacting organisation
interested in co-operation.
BULGARIA
Borrow Dental Milk Foundation
V Tarnovo Str 24
Faculty of Dentistry
Higher Medical Institute
Plovdiv
BULGARIA
Tel: +359 32 6114/244 Fax: +359 32 264277
Email: dentfac@mbox.digsys.bg Contact: Dr Emilija Ilieva
No further information available yet.
Higher Medical Institute
Faculty of Dentistry
V Tarnovo Str 24
Plovdiv 4000
BULGARIA
Tel: +359 32 6114/248 Fax: +359 32 264277
Email: dentfac@mbox.digsys.bg Contact: Dr Stenja Uaslinkova
Prophylaxis, conservative treatment, prosthodontics, epidemiology, oral health promotion, information provision.
Areas served: Bulgaria

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WHO Collaborating Centre
1. Bd. G. Sofiiski
Faculty of Stomatology
Sofia 1431
BULGARIA
Tel: +359 2 54 12 02 Fax: +359 2 52 15 06
Contact: Dr Nikola Atanassov
Three previous projects with fluoridated milk (WHO/BDMF), epidemiology, community based oral health care -
fluoride, training of trainers
Areas served: Bulgaria
CAMBODIA
Angkor Hospital for Children
P.O. Box 50
Siem Reap
CAMBODIA
Tel: +855 063 963 490 Fax: +855 063 963 490
+855 063 963 409 Contact: Jon F Morgan RN MPH
Email: jmorgan@angkorhospital.org http://www.friendswithoutaborder.org
No further information available yet.
National Oral Health Prevention Program
PO Box 1532
#54CB, Street 390
Beungkeng Kang
Phnom Penh
CAMBODIA
Contact: Dr Oum Teng Email: nohpp@comnet.com
No further information available yet.
World Concern Cambodia
House 47 a Street 386
Sangkat Boueng Keng Kang III
Khan Camkar Mon, PO Box 612
Phnom Penh
CAMBODIA
Tel: +855 75974029 Fax: +855 23364941
Email: hilltribes@wci.org.kh Contact: Dr Kreg Mallow
Nation-wide Oral Health Programmes in co-operation with Cambodian Ministry of Health, including teaching at
national dental school and provision of materials, creation and implementation of a national training programme
for dental nurses.
Areas served: Cambodia
CANADA
Canadian Foundation for World Development
2441 Bayview Ave.
Willowdale, Ontario M2L 1A5
CANADA
Tel: +1 416 441 2573 Fax: +1 416 441 4025
Contact: Mr Ken Davis
No further information available yet.
Areas served: Haiti, Mexico, Grenada, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Guyana, Cuba, St. Vincent, Antigua,
Barbados, St. Kitt’s, Trinidad, Tobago, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Brazil, Peru, Colombia,
Bolivia, Croatia, Ukraine, Tanzania, Ghana, Zambia, Uganda, Zaire, Kenya, Sierre Leone, Sri Lanka, India
Canadian International Development Agency
200 Promenade du Portage
Hull, Québec, KIA 1G4
CANADA
Tel: +1 819 997 5006 Fax: +1 819 953 6088
+1 800 230 6349 (toll free) Email: info@acdi-cida.gc.ca
http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca Contact: Mr Robert Langlois, Project Officer
No further information available yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Christian Reformed Churches in North America
3475 Main Way
P.O. Box 5070
Burlington
Ontario L7R 3Y8
CANADA
Tel: +1 416 336 2920 Fax: +1 416 336 8344
No further information available yet.
Evangelical Medical Aid Society
Box 160
Warkworth, Ontario KOK 3KO
CANADA
Tel: +1 705 924 2323 Fax: +1 705 924 3384
Email: cmdsemas@oncomdis.on.ca Contact: Ellen Watson
Provides a unit on oral health to village doctors who receive 4 weeks of intensive training upgrades. Canadian
dentists and dental assistants/technicians provide one unit of this training. Other training programmes in China
provide dental training upgrades for national dentists.
Areas served: China – Kunming, Ningxia and other areas
CAPE VERDE
Instituto Caboverdiano de ACAO
CP 21A Praia
Republic of Cape Verde
WEST AFRICA
Tel: +238 613700 Fax: +238 612320
Email: jf.delia@mail.cvtelecom.cv Contact: Dr Fernanda Toleda D’Elia
No further information available yet.
CHILE
Facultad de Odontologia
Universidad de Concepcion
Avda Roosevelt 1550
Casilla 160-C Concepcion
CHILE
Tel: +56 41 203368 Fax: +56 41 243311
Email: abustosaudec.cl Contact: Dr Alex Patricio Bustos Leal
No further information available yet.
Municipalidad de el Carmen
Baquedano 385 El Carmen
Provincia de Nuble, VIII Region
CHILE
Tel: +56 42 661016 Fax: +56 41 661007
Contact: Dra Milena Cerda Tiznado
No further information available yet.
COSTA RICA
Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social
Apdo 10105
San Jose
COSTA RICA
Tel: +506 295 2320 Fax: +506 256 7898
Contact: Dr Rolando Melendez Bolanos
No further information available yet.
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Colegio Ciruganos Dentistas
Barrio La California
De la Bomba la Primavera 125 Mts
San Jose
COSTA RICA
Tel: +506 256 3100 Fax: +506 2057 3100
Contact: Dr Octavio Argueta Cardona
No further information available yet.
Facultad de Odontologia
Universidad de Costa Rica
Cuidad Universitaria Rodrigo Facio
San Pedro Montes de Oca
San Jose
COSTA RICA
Tel: +506 207 4342 Fax: +506 257 3100
Contact: Dr Fernando Saenz Forero
No further information available yet.
Universidad Latina de Costa Rica
Facultad de Odontologia
San Pedro de Montes de Oca
PO Box # 1561-2050 San José
COSTA RICA
Tel: +506 207 6154 Fax: +506 225 4161
Email: rodvilji@ns.ulatina.ac.cr Contact: Dr Rodrigo Villalobos
Academic institution, dental school with strong interest in promotion of oral health of community and formation
of excellent professional in graduate programme; we need to improve our post-graduate programmes.
Areas served: Costa Rica
CYPRUS
WHO
Dental Services
Nicosia General Hospital
Ministry of Health
Nicosia
CYPRUS
Tel: +357 2 801 820 Fax: +357 2 369 148
Contact: Ekaterini Savvidou
No further information available yet.
DENMARK
Danish International Development Agency
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Asiatisle Plads 2
1448 Copenhagen
DENMARK
Tel: +45 33 921049 Fax: +45 33 920493
Contact: Mrs Berle Ilsøe http://www.um.dk/danida/
No further information available yet.
School of Dentistry
Centre for Community Oral Health Programmes & Research
University of Copenhagen
20 Nörre Alle
DK2200 Copenhagen
DENMARK
Tel: +45 35 326790 Fax: +45 35 326799
Email: pep@odont.ku.dk Contact: Prof Poul Erik Petessen
Health system research, health sociological analysis, community-based oral health care, organisation of oral
health programmes, cost-effectiveness, methods in oral health education, culture and oral health, oral
epidemiological analysis, advanced statistics and multivariate analysis.
Areas served: Madagascar, Tanzania, Niger, Burkina Faso, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, PR China
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Health Planning and Research in Third World Countries
Royal Dental College
9 Vennelyst Boulevard
Aarhus DK-8000
DENMARK
Tel: +45 8942 4144 Fax: +45 8613 6550
Email: spoulsen@odont.au.dk Contact: Prof Sven Poulsen
Support oral health care based on PHC principles; develop alternative oral health personnel and technology;
advise on and manage projects; provide training.
Areas served: Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, China, Chile
EGYPT
Alexandria Dental Research Center (ADRC – Rural Oral Health Care/Volunteers)
7 Charaway St.
Louram
Alexandria
EGYPT
Tel: +20 3 3580713 Fax: +20 3 4809783
Contact: Dr Sherif Helal
Specialises in pediatric dental caries prevention
Areas served: Egypt
Community Development & Environmental Affairs
Champolion St,Azarita
University of Alexandria, Faculty of Dentistry
EGYPT
Tel: +203 4834817 / 4828066 Fax: +203 4828286
Contact: Dr Ahmed Abdella, Vice Dean
No further information available yet.
Directorate of Health Affairs
Dental Medical Department
97 Horriyah Street
Alexandria
EGYPT
Tel: +203 4938649 Fax: +203 4938649
No further information available yet.
Faculty of Medicine
Community Medicine Dept
Monsoura University
Mansoura 35516
EGYPT
Contact: Dr Abdel-Hady El-Gilany
To provide community health, especially primary health care and maternity and child health care.
Areas served: Egypt, Saudi Arabia
Health Insurance Organisation (HIO)
North West Delta Branch
2 El Kenysah El Englisiah street
Stanley
Alexandria
EGYPT
Tel: +203 5423733 Contact: Dr Mohamed Hazem Helmy
The dental department aims to promote oral health amongst school children and sends dentists and a health
education team to educate children in oral hygiene.
Areas served: Egypt
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Rural Oral Health Care
7 Charawy Street
Louran, Alexandria
EGYPT
Tel: +203 35 80713 Fax: +203 48 09783
Contact: Dr Sherif Helal
To maintain caries data bank of rural and suburban children; to provide fluoride testing for anticaries strategies.
Areas served: Egypt.
ESTONIA
Estonian Association of Oral Health & Prevention
Raekdja Plats 6
51003 Tartu
ESTONIA
Tel: +372 7433908 Fax: +372 7375323
Contact: Dr Silvia Russak
No further information available yet.
FINLAND
Helsinki International Institute for Oral Health
University of Helsinki
Institute of Dentistry
00014 Helsinki
FINLAND
Tel: +358 9 19127279 Fax: +358 9 19127517
Email: juha.ruotoistenmaki@helsinki.fi Contact: Dr Juha Ruotoistenmaki
Post-graduate and continuing education in oral health; research, oral health promotion; planning and running
oral health programmes.
Areas served: Finland, India, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Latvia, Russia, UAE.
FRANCE
Aide Odontologique Internationale
16, Avenue de Villiers
Paris 75017
FRANCE
Tel: +33 1 46 22 04 44 Fax: +33 1 46 22 63 68
Email: aoibd@wanadoo.fr Contact: Bernard Decroix

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Contributing to the improvement of health and dentistry across the world and in particular in developing countries.
Areas served: Burundi, Haiti, Vietnam, Cambodia, Senegal, Mali, Romania, Peru, Togo
Faculty of Dentistry
Claude Bernard University
Rue Guillaume Paradin
69372 Lyon Cedex 08
FRANCE
Tel: +33 4 78 77 86 81 Fax: +33 4 78 77 87 12
Contact: Dr Denis Bourgeois
Analysis of oral health situations including database management, oral health surveys, definition of strategy,
goals and evaluation.
Areas served: Tunisia, Morocco, Senegal, Guinee
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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FADA
Fondation Aide Dentaire Afrique
3 rue de Chevroches
58500 Clamecy
FRANCE
Tel/Fax: +33 3 86 27 39 93 Email: DAEMS@wanadoo.fr
Contact: Dr Arnold Daems
In 1991 Dr Daems and his wife moved to Rwanda and started work in improving oral health care financed by
the AdA, itself funded wholly by private donations. He opened a daily polyclinic in Nyundo and developed a
training program for local health workers.
Areas served: Rwanda.
GADEF
22 avenue de Villiers
75017 Paris, France
Tel: +33 (0) 4 56 79 20 20 Contact: Dr Serge Rouquette
No further information available yet.
Prof Christopher Holmgren
Puychevrier
36220 Merigny
FRANCE
TEL: +33 2 5437 1951 FAX: +33 5437 1951
EMAIL: holmgren@club-internet.fr Contact: Prof Christopher Holmgren

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Work undertaken with a number of organisations namely: World Health Organization, Geneva; Aide
Odontologique Internationale, France; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Several Universities in China
WHO Collaborating Centre, University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Since leaving salaried academic life at the University of Hong Kong in 1997, Dr Holmgren has devoted his activities to promoting oral health in developing countries and disadvantaged communities. This has involved the development of minimal intervention packages for oral health that are effective, appropriate and affordable. Primary interests are the development of ART and other minimal curative approaches for caries, affordable fluoride toothpastes, and methods for caries stabilisation.
Areas served: China, India, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Russia, Brazil, Albania etc
SPI-EAO
Faculty of Medicine of Nancy
BP184, Vandoeuvre les Nancy 54505
France
Contact: Prof F Kohler
Computer-assisted learning and teaching. Work related to NOMA /Aids.
Areas served: Cote d’Ivoire.
UFSBD (French Union for Oral Health)
UFSBD
7, rue Mariotte
75017 Paris
FRANCE
Tel: +33 1 44 90 72 89 Fax: +33 1 44 90 96 50
Email: contact@ufsbd.com Contact: Dr Patrick Hescot
http://www.ufsbd.fr, http://www.ufsbd.com
No further information available yet.
GERMANY
*See excel file of German Orgs
Altgold für die Dritte Welt
Bezirkszahnärztekammer Karlsruhe
Postfach 101862
68018 Mannheim
GERMANY
Tel: +49 621 380000 Fax: +49 621 334 247
Contact: Dr Gutermann
No further information available yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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ART Projektgruppe Gambia
Universitat Witten-Herdecke
Fakultat fur Zahn- Mund- u Kieferheilkunde
Alfred-Herrhausen Str 50
D-58448 Witten
GERMANY
Tel: +49 2302 926695 Fax: +49 2302 926661
Email: tlietz@uni-wh.de Contact: Dr Thomas Lietz
Support for development of a dental service in deprived communities especially in rural areas; Community Oral
Health Worker (COHW); ART; oral health promotion and education for inhabitants in rural areas.
Areas served: Gambia
Assocìação Communítária Monte Azul
Schulstraße 87
26180 Rastede
GERMANY
Tel: +49 441 930 0 130 Fax: +49 441 930 0 13 20
Contact: Dr Rudolf Völker
Urbanisation in a slum region in São Paulo. Project aims are education, social education, cultural development,
health care and oral health care.
Areas served: Brazil
Association for the Development of Dental Services in Third World Countries
(Verein zur Unterstützung der Zahnmedizinischen Versorgung in Ländern der Dritten Welt e.V.)
Rehwechsel 11, Rosengarten 21224
GERMANY
Tel: +49 40 7964102 Fax: +49 4108 415466
Email: 0407964102-1@t-online.de Contact: Dr Stephan Krause
Two projects (in Seychelles and Togo) sending volunteer dental surgeons every three months to these clinics,
who treat the native people without payment, educating dental staff.
Areas served: Seychelles, Togo
Auslandsburo Artzekammer Berlin
Eldtenstraße 28-42
D-13407 Berlin
GERMANY
Tel: +49 30 40806 138 Fax: +49 30 40806 164
Contact: Dr Daniel Sagebul
No further information available yet.
German Dentist’s Sponsorship for Leprosy and Distressed Areas (C H Bartels Fund) (Hilfswerk
Deutscher Zahnärzte für Lepra und Notgebiete)
Hagenweg 2
37081 Göttingen
GERMANY
Tel: +49 551 600233 Fax: +49 551 600313
Contact: Dr Klaus Winter Email: info@hilfswerk-z.de

http://www.hilfswerk-z.de/index.htm

Sponsorship for leprosy and distressed areas.
Areas served: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Congo, Croatia,
East Timor, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Romania, Ukraine
Hilfe für Burkina Faso u. Weltweit
Mahler Str. 91-93
32427 Minden
GERMANY
Tel: +49 571 23962 Fax: +49 571 24357
Contact: Dr Wolfgang Panthenius
No further information available yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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JINO e.v. Förderkreis (Zahn)gesundheit
Reeser Str.382,
D-46446 Emmerich
GERMANY
Tel: +49 (0)2822 980234 Fax: +49 (0) 2822 980235
Contact: Dr Johannes Pickers Email: Dr.Pickers@t-online.de

http://www.jino.de

Jino is a non-governmental organisation which develops partnerships among Tanzanians and Germans engaged
in dental projects in Tanzania.
Areas served: Tanzania
Jürgen-Wahn-Stiftung
ZA Willi Bertram
Wesselheidweg 75
53123 Bonn
GERMANY
Tel: +49 228 642 0071 Fax: +49 228 641 524
No further information available yet.
Kinder von Tschernobyl
Krauskopfallee 51
65388 Schlangenbad
GERMANY
Tel: +49 6129 2535 Contact: Dr M Mahrenholz-Pfannmüller
Komitee Ärzte für die Dritte Welt
Burchardstr 3
48145 Münster
GERMANY
Tel: +49 251 39 44 711 Email: bella.monse-schneider@t-online.de
Contact: Dr Bella Monse-Schneider
Currently conducting an oral prevention programme for Filipino children, particularly focused on first graders’ primary
as well as tertiary preventive measures. Activities include: dental health instruction; education of students;
implementation of daily tooth brushing at schools; application of fluoride varnish 3 times a year by trained parents;
setting up quarterly meeting for information exchange for parents and teachers.
Areas served: Philippines
WHO Collaborative Centre “Prevention of Oral Diseases”
Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena
WHO CC “Prevention of Oral Diseases”
Nordhäuser Str 78
D-99089 Erfurt
GERMANY
Tel: +49 361 7411309 Fax: +49 361 7411109
Contact: Prof Annerose Borutta
Epidemiology, oral health care systems, preventive programmes
Areas served: Mongolia, Syria.
Zahnärzte für Indien
Oetelsbachstr. 8
76275 Ettlingen
GERMANY
Tel: +49 7243 39018 Fax: +49 8972 480 175
Contact: Dr Ulrich Eimer Email: Joerg.Ehrhardt@t-online.de
No further information available yet.
Zahnärztliches Hilfsprojekt Brasilien
Neureuthstr. 14
83684 Tegernsee
GERMANY
Tel: +49 8022-93140 Contact: Dr Siegfried Marquardt,
No further information available yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Zahnmedizinische Entwicklungshilfe (ZME)
Schreberstraße 23 B
D-52134 Herzogehrath
GERMANY
Contact: Dr Walter Mautsch Email: waltermautsch@gwx.de
No further information available yet.
GHANA
Comboni Centre Dental Department
P.O. Box 100 Sogakope
GHANA
Tel/Fax: +233 902 210300 Contact: Giacomo Babaglioni
Email: gbabaglioni@hotmail.com
The mission hospital is well equipped with a dental department composed of a European standard dental clinic
with four dental units plus a dental laboratory and a school for dental technicians. The Dentist is not permanent.
In Ghana there is a university for dentists but no official school for dental technicians; amongst other work at the
mission hospital, is lobbying the Ghana Minister of Health and Education for improvements in dentistry in
Ghana, for example, setting up an official dental technician school.
Ghana Dental Association
CDO MOH Headquarters
PO Box M44
Accra
Greater Accra Region
GHANA
Tel: +233 684 245 Fax: +233 21 666 808
Contact: Dr Dan Berko
The Association has been involved in promoting oral health in Ghana by collaborating with the Ministry of
Health and Unilever Ghana Ltd to organise dental health education programmes on radio and television and to
organise out-reach dental programmes for childrens’ homes and schools and rural communities.

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Health and Unilever Ghana Ltd to organise dental health education programmes on radio and television and to organise out-reach dental programmes for childrens’ homes and schools and rural communities.
Areas served: Ghana.
Unilever Ghana Ltd
Box 64
Accra
GHANA
Tel: +233 24 311707 Fax: +233 28 212377
Contact: Mr Roy Williamson
To support the Ministry of Health in Ghana in promoting oral health in the country by organising training for
school teachers on oral health education and supervised tooth brushing techniques.
Areas served: Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria
INDONESIA
Pilot Project “Dental Care For The Handicapped”
Jln. Hanglekieu 111/49
Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 21 7243 123 Fax: +62 21 7254429
Email: adiwira@centrin.net.id Contact: Dr S A Adiwoso
Oral care for the handicapped and disabled in promotion and preventive dentistry. Oral health education for
parents with handicapped, teachers in special schools, paramedical staff for handicapped. Teaching dental
students and ART training.
Areas served: Indonesia
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Yayasan Kesehatan Gigi Indonesia
Sr.Kien
Jalsmn Anggrek 6
Bandung
40114 INDONESIA
Tel: +62 22 7107208 Fax: +62 22 7107208
Email: busybees@.melsa.net.id Contact: Dr Be Kien Nio
Promote community oral health through education and prevention. Extensive programmes undertaken in
schools, encouraging children to better oral hygiene by reading and actively writing about the subject.
Areas served: Indonesia
ISRAEL
DVI – Dental Volunteers for Israel Organisation
Hameyassdimstreet 2
Jerusalem 96224
ISRAEL
Tel: +972 2 6436628 Fax: +972 2 6433623
Email: dvi@internet-zahav.net Contact: Trudi Birger

http://www.dental-dvi.co.il

Free dental and prevention clinic for poor children (15-18 yrs). Main purpose is educational oral health project
in Israel. All treatments are free of charge. Dental volunteers arrive from 12 different countries at their own
expense for 1-4 weeks.
Areas served: Israel
ITALY
Cooperazione Odontoiatrica Internazionle COI
Italian Oral Care Aid
Via Bona 47,
10126 Torino
ITALY
Tel: +39 011 972 3892 Fax +39 011 972 92 94
Email: coigcv@tin.it Contact: Dr Giancarlo Vecchiati
Contact: Jennifer Sardo Infirri Tel/ fax: +390941 911225
Email: jensar@inwind.it
The principle aim of COI, which was founded in 1993, is the promotion of oral health and care in disadvantaged
communities.
Projects and Activities outside Italy:
Preventive and health education programmes and training of local personnel (Bolivia 1995-99); Professional
continuing education for colleagues ( Bosnia 1997-99, Palestine 1997, Tanzania 1994-98, India 1996-98);
Renewal and re-equipping dental clinics and providing materials and units for oral care (Croatia 1995-96,
Bosnia 1996-99, India 1996-98, Tanzania 1994-95, Ethiopia, Kenya 1993-96, Brazil 1998-99); Emergency
missions (Somalia 1993, Bosnian refugees 1994-96, Tibetan refuges in India 1996, Kosovan refugees in
Albania 1999 with the “Rainbow” mission.); Rehabilitation of oral care services after emergencies and wars
(Croatia 1996, Bosnia 1997-98, Kosovo 2001 on-going); Direct interventions by volunteers to provide oral
treatment (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Tanzania, Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Brazil, India, Kosovo, Serbia).
Projects and activities in Italy
Sensitization of Italian dental colleagues and the public about solidarity and international cooperation by
providing information to the public concerning oral problems and needs in disadvantaged countries.
University of Milan
V Beldiletto 1/3
20142 Milan
ITALY
Tel: +390 2 81 36 077 Fax: +390 2 81 30 200
Contact: Prof L Strommenger
Prevention of caries at community level.
Areas served: Albania
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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JAPAN
Japan Oral Health Service Association
Yamakoshi Bldg.
2-28-3, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113
JAPAN
Tel: +81 3 3818 4158 Fax: +81 3 3818 2977
Contact: Dr Motoi Morimoto
No further information available yet.
Japanese Society for Dental Health
c/o Oral Health Association of Japan
1-44-2 Komagome, Toshima-ku
Tokyo 170
JAPAN
Tel: +81 3 3947 8891 Fax: +81 3 3947 8341
Contact: Dr Kokichi Miyatake
No further information available yet.
KENYA
Kenya Dental Association
Faculty of Dental Science
University of Nairobi
PO Box 19676
KENYA
Tel: +254 2 723 252 Fax: +254 2 723 252
Email: conspros@net2000ke.com Contact: Prof Jacob T Kaimenyi
Creating dental health awareness of the Kenyan people. Providing free dental check ups. Training a dental
health manpower to meet other oral health needs of Kenyan people.
Areas served: Kenya, India
University of Nairobi
Faculty of Dental Sciences
PO Box 19676
Nairobi
KENYA
Tel/Fax: +254 02 723252 Contact: Prof W R Lesan
No further information available as yet.
LATVIA
Institute of Stomatology
Medical Academy of Latvia
Dzirciema iela 20
Riga LV1007
LATVIA
Tel: +371 2455320 Fax: +371 7828155
Contact: Dr Ilga Urtane
Education, research, comprehensive methods of oral health management, treatment for dentofacial anomolies,
preventive dentistry, paedodontics
Latvian Oral Health Centre
Medical Academy of Latvia
Dzirciema Str 20
LV 1007 Riga
LATVIA
Tel: +371 2 455320 Fax: +371 2 455320
Email: esenakol@acad.latnet.lv Contact: Dr Egita Senakola
No further information available yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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LITHUANIA
Clinic of Stomatology Vilnius University
Zalgirio 115
2042 Vilnius
LITHUANIA
Tel: +370 2 727589 Fax: +370 2 727569
Email: irena.balciuniene@mf.vu.lt Contact: Prof Irena Balciuniene
The clinic is the head of the realisation of prophylaxis programme in Lithuania. Clinic workers together with
students organise new events like “Week of the Smile”, “Month of the Healthy Teeth” competitions for poems
and pictures. The clinic publishes different literature about caries, prophylaxis, organises seminars and
conferences, TV and radio programmes. The clinic controls caries prevention programme in majority of the
regions of Lithuania. The Clinic had developed a state caries prevention programme for children. It carried out
epidemiological studies during the first period of the programme to evaluate the dental status of children.
Caries prevention is carried out at schools, using oral hygiene, with fluoride toothpastes, fluoride rinses, gels,
varnishes and sealants.
Areas served: Lithuania
Lithuanian Dental Association
Vytauto 85-3
Kaunas 3000-Lt
LITHUANIA
Tel: +370 7 323 153 Fax: +370 7 323 153
Email: LSS@kaunas.omnitel.net Contact: Dr Vita Maciulskiene
Promotion of oral health care in young population of the country
Areas served: Lithuania
Ministry of Health of Lithuania
Vainiku 12
Kaunas 3018-LT
LITHUANIA
Tel: +370 7 297055 Fax: +370 7 297055
Contact: Dr Gintaras Juodzbalys
No further information available as yet.
MALAWI
St John’s Hospital
Dental Clinic
PO Box 18
Mzuzu
MALAWI
Tel: +265 332 299 Fax: +265 332 461
Contact: Dr GZY Vinkhumbo
St John’s Hospital is a member of the Christian Health Association of Malawi which is itself an organisation of
non-governmental hospitals and health centres of Malawi. There is a dental unit providing basic oral health
care, together with a programme for primary schools, antenatal programme, nursing school programme and
mobile clinic. Training and information is also disseminated via posters and audio-visual materials.
Areas served: Malawi.
WHO
PO Box 30390
Lilongwe
MALAWI
Tel: +265 782 755/450 Fax: +265 782 35
Contact: Dr N Tekiemichael
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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MALAYSIA
Malaysian Armed Forces Dental Services
Armed Forces HQ
Jalan Padang Tembak
Kuala Lumpur 50634
MALAYSIA
Tel: +60 3 2314815 Fax: +60 3 2315928
Email: pgdr.mpk@mod.gov.my Contact: Brig Gen Hj Mohammed Termidzi
zsnn@pd.jaring.my Bin Hj Junaidi
Provision of dental services/treatment to members of the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) to conserve the
fighting strength of the MAF.
Areas served: Malaysia, Namibia, Cambodia, Somalia, Bosnia
Oral Health Division
Ministry of Health Malaysia
Aras 23, Menara Dato’ Onn
Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra
50480 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
Tel: +60 3 2930495 Fax: +60 3 2930239
Email: drriyah@pc.jaring.my Contact: Dr Fawzia Dato Abdullah
Provides dental services to the population in order to achieve and maintain optimal oral health for the individual,
family and community by promoting positive dental habits, and through ensuring the delivery of quality and
technologically appropriate dental care.
University of Malaya
Department of Community Dentistry
50603 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
Tel: +60 3 7594805 Fax: +60 3 7594532
Contact: Prof Ishak Abdul Razak
No further information available yet.

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MAURITIUS
Dental Division Ministry of Health, Government of Mauritius
Emmanuel Anquetil Building
Port Louis
MAURITIUS
Tel: +230 3089814 Email: umacoopa@intnet.mu
Contact: Dr Uma Coopaman
Public Health Dentistry Unit
Morcellement Chowbay
Vacoas
MAURITUS
Tel: +230 6867749 Email: bhavking@intnet.mu
Contact: Dr Basti Risi Kinnoo
To help to maintain and raise the status of the dental profession and professionals. To promote oral health in
the community. To organise continuing dental education and to communicate with Ministry of Health on dental
policies.
Areas served: Mauritius
MEXICO
Facultad de Odontolgia, UNAN
Circuito Escolar s/n CD universitaria
Del Coyoacan
CP 04510
Av Universidad 3000
MEXICO
Tel: +623 22 01 Fax: +616 22 89
Contact: Mtro Javier de la Fuente Hernandez
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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MOZAMBIQUE
Agencia Suica para o Desenvolvimento e Cooperacao
Av Ahmed Sekou Toure 637 r/c
Maputo
MOZAMBIQUE
Tel: +258 1 421337/8 Fax: +258 1 421319
Contact: Dra Isabel Soares
No further information available as yet.
Organizaçâo Mundial de Saude
Av.do Zimbabwe 1230
PO Box 377
Maputo
MOZAMBIQUE
Tel: +258 1 490896 Fax: +258 1 491990
Email: office@who.uem.mz Contact: Dr Carlos Tiny
To support the Ministry of Health, offering technical support on policies, programme development and
implementation.
Areas served: Mozambique.
NAMIBIA
Ministry of Health & Social Services
Box 60515 WHK Katatura
Windhoek
NAMIBIA
Tel: 264 61 812429505 Fax: +264 61 222706
Contact: Mr Eddie Kandukira
Mr Kandukira is one of two dental therapists in Namibia and his work involves training, organising work shops.
Areas served: Namibia
NEPAL
The Nepal Oral Health Society
Central Oral Health Clinic, NOHS
Post Box 729 Kanti Path
Kathmandu
NEPAL
Tel: +977 1 245572 Fax: +977 1 220143
Email: glocom28@ntc.net.np Contact: Dr Rajendra B Shrestha
Critical clinical work in three clinics as well as conducting regular free oral health clinics in many parts of the
remote, rural areas of Nepal to serve mainly the poorer sections of society. Aim is to promote oral health
education and basic oral health services all over the Kingdom of Nepal, and to establish a specialised centre for
all advanced and complicated oral disease.
Areas served: Nepal
United Mission to Nepal (UMN)
PO Box 126 Kathmandu
NEPAL
Tel: +977 1 228118/228060 Fax: +977 1 225559
Email: ohp@umn.mos.com.np Contact: Dr Neil McDonald
Good oral health for all Nepalese people with appropriate and affordable care services available locally. Village
level oral health promotion and basic care training. Research into disease levels and fluoride content of
drinking water. Production of oral health training materials in the Nepalese language.
Areas served: Nepal

NETHERLANDS
Dental Health International Nederlands
Postbox 3185
3760 DD SOEST
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 53 60 32 536 Fax: +31 35 60 32 530
Contact: Dr. James Huddleston Slater Email: info@dhin.nl
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Dental Volunteers for Israel
V. Vredenburchweg 9345
2284 TS Rijswijk
THE NETHERLANDS
No further information available as yet.
FADA
Wittevrouwensingel 5
3581 6A Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: + 31 30 231 8825 Contact: Mrs E S van Luyn
No further information available as yet.
Nihp/Netherlands International Health platform
PO Box 19.52
3501 DD Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 30 230 6580 Fax: +31 30 230 6581
Email: IntCente@nizw.nl
No further information available as yet.
NOHS Nepal Oral Health Society
Nepal in Training ART
Butewei 24
Lippenhuizen 8408 HC
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 513 466665 Fax: +31 513 466430
Email: pim.bink@wxs.nl Contact: Mr W Bink
No further information available as yet.
WHO Collaborating Centre
PO Box 9101
6500HB Nijmegen
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: +31 24 361 4050 Fax: +31 24 354 0265
Contact: Dr Frans Mikx http://www.whocc-Nijmegen.com
Community oral health, ART, functional dental arch, fluorides and chlorhexidine.
Areas served: Tanzania, China, Indonesia, Syria, Vietnam
NEW CALEDONIA
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Deputy Director General
BPD5 98848 Noumea Cedex
NEW CALEDONIA
Tel: +687 262000 Fax: +687 263818
Contact: Ms Lourdes Pangelinen
No further information available as yet.
NIGERIA
Education & Health Resources International
29 Lagos-Badagry Expressway
Lasu Bus Stop, Ojo
Lagos, Box 15692
Ikeja, Lagos
NIGERIA
Tel: +234 1 588 1409 Fax: +234 1 425 977 8514
Email: ehr_int@yahoo.com Contact: Dr B. O. Olorunfemi
To provide voluntary health care education and training to physicians, dentists and other health care
professionals; to promote clinical and research skills to enhance health care of indigent communities.
Areas served: Nigeria
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Mother and Child Organisation
Centre for Development, Information & Education
PO Box 3927
Sapon, Abeokuta Ogun State
NIGERIA
Contact: Mr A O Adeyale
No further information available as yet.
Preventive Dentistry Demonstration Centre
Access Oral Healthcare Services
1 Ogo-Oluwa Bankole Crescent
Ibara Housing Estate
PO Box 4422
Abeokuta
Ogun State
NIGERIA
Tel: +234 39 240118 Fax: +234 39 241928
Contact: Mrs Sherifat Omowale Quadri
To provide affordable quality preventive oral health services in deprived communities, mainly through training,
consultancy, research and advocacy.
Areas served: Nigeria
PAKISTAN
Margalla Education Trust
Margalla Institute of Health Sciences
Pitrus Bokhari Road H-8/1
Islamabad
PAKISTAN
Tel: +92 51 430264 Fax: +92 51 430264/445966
Contact: Dr Abdul Qadir/Dr Rafiq Ghuncha
This trust is to promote literacy, particularly in general health and oral health. Work in the areas of poor and
needy people in Pakistan, Kashmir and Afghanistan. To support the cause the trust has already developed a
base hospital and arranged free medical and oral health camps in remote areas. Research in trans-cultural oral
health, and starting PhD programme.
Areas served: Pakistan, Kashmir, Afghanistan
POLAND
Polish Society of Periodontology
18 Miodowa Street
00-246 Warsaw
POLAND
Tel: +48 22 6351747 Fax: +48 22 6352105
Contact: Prof Marie Wierbickie
No further information available as yet.
ROMANIA
A-Dent Foundation
str Traian w 61, 8700 Constanta
ROMANIA
Tel: +40 41 617040 Fax: +40 41 617040
Contact: Prof Corneliu Ameriei Email: amariei@yahoo.com
Romanian National Association of Orthodontistry
Bd Magheru 22, Et 4, Ap 6
Sector 1
Bucharets
ROMANIA
Tel: +401 3151047 Contact: Prof Gheorghe Boboc
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Romanian Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
SF Spiridon Hospital
Bd Independentei No 16
Iasi 6600
ROMANIA
Tel: +403 2270965 Contact: Prof Dan Gogalniceanu
No further information available as yet.
ST. LUCIA
St Jude Hospital
Vieux Fort
St. Lucia
WEST INDIES
Tel: +1 809 454 6041 Fax: +1 809 454 6684
Contact: Dr Curlyn Phillips-Jordan
St. Jude Hospital is a 110 bed facility in the town of Vieux Fort, St. Lucia. St. Jude is responsible for serving the
southern half of the island. Through the generous contributions from its volunteer physicians, it provides the
best health care the equipment and supplies allow. St. Jude is currently managed by Mercy Hospital Medical
Center in Des Moines, Iowa, and will be for the next five years. The long term goal is to make St. Jude Hospital
a primary care facility for the West Indies.
Areas Served: West Indies.
Material: St. Jude accepts donations of medical supplies and equipment that can be used in its hospital.
SOUTH AFRICA
Division of Community
University of the Witwatersrand – Medical School
7 York Road
Parktown, Johannesburg 2193
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27-11-717 2594 Fax: +27-11-7172625
Email: neem@altavista.net Contact: Dr Steffen Mickenautsch
Primary Oral Health Care; Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) approach: Training, Research, Service
implementation; Community Oral Health Worker (COHW): training, implementation research; Refugee oral
health care; Health promotion; Oral manifestation HIV/AIDS; Community outreach; Traditional healer
Areas served: South Africa, Ghana, DR Congo, Nigeria.
IADR
Faculty of Dentistry
University of Pretoria
Box 1266
Pretoria 0001

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SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27 12 319 2519 Fax: +27 27 12 325 2863
Email: pjvanwyk@medic.up.ac.za Contact: Prof P J van Wyk
No further information available as yet.
Islamic Medical Association (IMA)
PO Box 48786
Qualbert 4078
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27 31 207 2250 Fax: +27 31 207 2260
Email: imakzn@eastcoast.co.za
No further information available as yet.
Mobile Health Care
Portfolio Manager: Health
Transnet
PO Box 72501
2122 Parkview
SOUTH AFRICA
Contact: Ms Lynette Coetzee Email: LynetteC2@Transnet.co.za
No further information available as yet.
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Oral Hygienists – KZNPA
PO Box 8944
Cumberwood 3235
Pietermaritzburg
Kwa Zulu Natal
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +331 897 3163 Fax: +331 979768
Contact: Dr Mahjabeen Fazloodeen
Aiming to promote preventative methods rather than resorting to curative methods.
Areas served: South Africa.
Oral Hygienist Association of S Africa
PO Box 6014
Roggebaai 80/2
SOUTH AFRICA
Fax: +27 21421
No further information available as yet.
SPAIN
Odontologia Solidaria
Cea Bermudez 36-1 C
28003-Madrid
SPAIN
Tel: +34 1 534 6829 Fax: +34 1 535 1259
Contact: Dra Mercedes Morato Pasalodos Email: odonsolbcn@infomed.es

http://www.infomed.es/odonsol/

No further information available as yet.
SRI LANKA
College of Community Dentistry of Sri Lanka
11/4 Schofield Place
Colombo-3
SRI LANKA
Tel: +94 1 588454 Contact: Dr K Krishnarasa
The college is mainly interested in promoting positive dental health in the community through promotion,
prevention and educational programmes. It provides the opportunity for dental health personnel to update their
knowledge and skills, carry out research and post-graduate education in dental public health.
Areas served: Sri Lanka
Health Education Bureau
Ministry of Health
No 145 Dharmapala Mawatha
Colombo 7
SRI LANKA
Tel: 00 94 1 436047
Email: adlymohd@slt.lk Contact: Dr Mano Fernando
No further information available as yet.
Professional Centre
275/75 Bauddhaloka Mawatha
Colombo 7
SRI LANKA
Tel/fax: 00 94 1 595417 Contact: Dr Adly Mohamed
No further information available as yet.
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SWEDEN
Faculty of Odontology
Göteborg University
Department of Oral Microbiology
Box 450
Göteborg SE-40530
SWEDEN
Tel: +46 31 7733262 Fax: +46 31 825733
Email: dahlen@odontologi.gu.se Contact: Prof Gunnar Dahléu
Periodontology and cariology, micro-biological aspects. Other oral infections, prophylaxis measures, treatment
implementations, oral health promotion
Areas served: Kenya, Thailand, China
Faculty of Odontology
Malmö University
Centre for Oral Health Sciences
Carl Gustafs väg 34
SE-214 21 Malmö
SWEDEN
Tel: +46 40 322142 Fax: +46 40 322145
Contact: Prof Douglas Bratthall
No further information available as yet.
The Rotary Doctor Bank, Dental Division
Stzandvagen 24
44332 Lerum
SWEDEN
Tel: +4630 213157 Fax: +4631 165439
Contact: Dr Ake Lagerquist Email: ake.lagerquist@ebox.tninet.se
No further information available as yet.

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SWITZERLAND
Secours Dentaire International (SDI)
Zürcherstrasse 6
9500 Wil SG
SWITZERLAND
Tel: +41 71 911 5755 Fax: +41 71 911 8757
Contact: Dr. med. dent. Jürg Ernst Jent
No further information available as yet.
Zahnärzte für Rumänien (SPR)
Dr. med. dent. Werner Frunz
Bahnhofstrasse 24
5400 Baden
SWITZERLAND
Tel: +41 56 222 0050 Fax: +41 56 222 0053
No further information available as yet.
SYRIA
WHO Demonstration, Training and Research Center for Health
Dental School Health Department
P.O.Box 60184
Damascus
SYRIA
Contact: Dr Nabil Beiruti
Established in 1982 to work nationally and regionally to promote and develop oral health for the population,
especially children. The fields of interest are planning of oral health programmes, evaluation, training of
manpower in dental public health, carrying out of oral health research, developing of appropriate dental
techniques, and producing oral health education and training materials
Areas served: Syria
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TAIWAN
Association of Family Dentistry
No 18 Szu-Yuan St
Taipei 100
Taiwan
REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Tel: +2 2365 9396 Fax: +2 2365 9376
Contact: Chang Chin-Shun
No further information available as yet.
Taiwan Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
4F, No 52 Hsing-Sheng S Road Sec 3
Taipei, Taiwan
REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Tel: +2 2363 7673 Fax: +2 2363 7673
Contact: Huang Shun-Te
No further information available as yet.
TANZANIA
Central Oral Health Unit
Ministry of Health
PO Box 273
Dar-Es-Salaam
TANZANIA
Tel: +255 51 124237/120261 Contact: Dr H J Mosha/Dr Y Hemed
Epidemiology, research methodology and planning community oral health care programmes.
Areas served: Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe
THAILAND
World Concern
37 – 501 Phetburi 15
Bangkok 10400
THAILAND
Contact: Dr C Durward
No further information available as yet.
TONGA
Tonga Dental Association
Ministry of Health
Tofoa
TONGA
Tel: +676 23200 ext 56 Fax: +676 24291
Contact: Dr Latu
Endeavouring to ensure that the water supply for the main town ise fluoridated in order to minimise caries in
school children; arranging training for auxiliaries (dental therapists and assistants) to help in primary oral health
care and training by the people in oral health care.
Areas served: Tonga
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UKRAINE
Project Heritage House
8 Chaykovsogo Str. Suite 1
Odessa
UKRAINE 65206
Tel: +380 48 731 4229 Contact: Dr Paul Becker
Email: Beckerpd@paco.net http://www.interconnection.org/hi
travbailey@yahoo.com
The Odessa Boarding School Orphanage Number Four was built in 1959 for a population of 200 students. It
currently houses 419 children. Odessa Boarding School Number Four is unique in tht it is strictly for orphans.
The orphanage belongs to the city of Odessa.
In the summer of 2000, the Salvation Army and Harvest International fornmed a joint venture and signed a
contract with the Ukrainian Minister of Education. The purpose of this programme is to supplement the
educational programme at the orphanage. This programmes is entitled Project Heritage House. The chairman
of Baltimore-Odessa Sister Cities and a United States Peace Corps Volunteer also work within Project Heritage
House.
Project Heritage House’s role is to supplement basic services and material needs that were originally meant to
be provided by the city government. Because of Ukraine’s current poor economical situation the city
government currently cannot meet these needs. Project Heritage House provides assistance in the areas of
children’s education, material, and nutritional needs.
Both Sister Cities International (http://www.sister-cities.org/) and Harvest International
(http://www.harvestinternational.org) are American organisations registered as nonprofits both in the United
States and Ukraine. Harvest International is a Christian organisation.
UNITED KINGDOM
Borrow Dental Milk Foundation
Padnell Grange, Cowplain, Portsmouth, PO8 8ED
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 2392 262222 Fax: +44 2392 241401
Contact: Prof Norman Whitehouse Email:

http://www.borrowfoundation.com

The Borrow Dental Milk Foundation is a UK registered charity, a non profit making organisation, actively
involved in the promotion of milk as a vehicle for fluoride for the benefit of children’s oral health.
As part of an international research programme the Foundation supports two main streams of activity:
• schemes in the community – supporting the fluoridation of milk supplied to children under existing
distribution systems.
• clinical and laboratory studies designed to strengthen the scientific base for milk fluoridation carried out
at dental research establishments in various countries.
British Fluoridation Society
4th Floor
University of Liverpool
School of Dentistry
Liverpool U69 3GN
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 151 706 5216 Fax: +44 151 706 5845
Email: bfs@liv.ac.uk Contact: Mrs Sheila Jones
Promotion of water fluoridation in order to effectively reduce levels of tooth decay.
Areas served: UK
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The Cordent Trust
Summit House
Summit Road
Potters Bar
Herts EN6 3EE
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 1732 833450 Fax: +44 870 1281423
Contact: Mrs Creek Wier Email: wiercdcs@aol.com
Areas served: Many and varied. Projects supported if appropriate
Dentaid
The Old Sawmills
Giles Lane
Landford
Salisbury
Wiltshire SP5 2BG
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 1794 324249 Fax: +44 1794 323871
Email: info@dentaid.org/luke@dentaid.org Contact: Dr Jenny Worldley/Mr Luke Wordley
Dentaid UK is a charity which collects used western dental equipment, refurbishes it in a workshop then sends
it to sites in the developing world where requests had been received. Intentions are to go on to develop
strategies for oral health education and primary treatment in the areas where equipment is supplied.
Areas served: Many and varied. Projects supported if appropriate.
Teeth Relief
The Sunnymede Trust
1 Laneway
Sunnymead Road
Putney
London SW15 5HX
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 20 8878 6129 Fax: +44 20 8480 8085
Contact: Dr Sharon Rankin
No further information available as yet.
WHO Collaborating Centre for Nutrition and Oral Health
Department of Child Dental Health
Dental School
Framlington Place
Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4BW
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 191 222 7863/8242 Fax: +44 191 222 5928
Email: a.j.rugg-gunn@ncl.ac.uk Contact: Prof Andrew J Rugg-Gunn
To encourage scholarship, improve knowledge and facilitate action in the field of nutrition and oral health. To
further the knowledge and understanding of nutrition and oral health world-wide. To encourage and assist in
research in the field and to facilitate learning and the exchange of information.
Areas served: Sri Lanka, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Pakistan

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WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Cancer and Precancer
Kings College School of Medicine & Dentistry
Caldecot Road
London SE5 9RW
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 20 7346 3608 Fax: +44 20 7346 3624
Email: newell.johnson@kcl.ac.uk Contact: Prof Newell Johnson
To research and develop oral health in developing countries and to integrate oral health with general health.
Active in cancer, HIV/AIDS, periodontal diseases.
Areas served: India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, China, Kenya, Nigeria, Sudan, Saudi Arabia
UNITED STATES
Academy of Dentistry International
P.O. Box 307
Hicksville, Ohio 43526-0307
USA
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Tel: +1 419 542 0101 Fax: +1 419 542 6883
Email: rramus@bright.net Contact: Dr Robert L Ramus
The Academy of Dentistry International is devoted to the advancement of the dental profession by the elevation
of dental-care standards through continuing education. By the support and sponsorship of special educational
and service projects, the Academy directly contributes to the improvement of dental health and to the well-being
of people worldwide.
Areas served: Worldwide
Material: It solicits dental books, instruments, equipment, journals and video tapes
Academy of LDS Dentists
PO Box 211404
Salt Lake City
Utah 84121-8404
USA
Tel: +1 801 378 6757 Fax: +1 801 378 6361
Contact: Tim Watabe
The Academy of LDS Dentists is an organisation of dental professionals dedicated to serving mankind. It
endeavours to provide dental expertise and manpower to underserved areas of the world. In addition to patient
treatment, it provides dental education to increase the expertise of local professionals. It also provides
scholarship funds for domestic and international students. A quality yearly conference is held on the Brigham
Young University campus.
Areas served: worldwide
Material: It provides dental equipment and supplies to many underserved areas of the world and solicits
donations
Africa Inland Mission
PO Box 178
Pearl River, New York 10965
USA
Tel: +1 914 735 4014 Fax: +1 914 735 1814
Contact: Warren Day
Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is an interdenominational Christian organization with a goal of establishing nurturing
churches of Christ. One of AIM’s means of establishing churches is through medical service to the people of
Africa. AIM uses dental and medical personnel in hospitals, dispensaries, mobile clinics and community health
care. AIM is supported by the tax deductible contributions of others and by volunteer personnel. Dental
Equipment and supplies are also welcome.
Areas Served: Fourteen countries in Africa.
Material: AIM accepts donated dental equipment and supplies for its personnel in Africa.
All God’s Children Oral Health Project
1956 Honeysuckle Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
USA
Tel: +1 513 232 4603 Fax: +1 513 231 9346
Contact: Dr Stephen W Curran
The All God’s Children Oral Health Project is a non-profit, interdenominational organization which brings
preventive and restorative dental care to children living in the orphanages of Eastern Europe. The mobile dental
clinic is staffed by volunteer American dental professionals working cooperatively with their Eastern European
colleagues. This provides local dental volunteers with the opportunity to learn new procedures and work with
modern dental equipment supplied by the program. The Project has government approval to import supplies
without paying tariffs.
Areas Served: Bulgaria and Romania.
Material: Tax deductible cash donations, portable dental equipment, instruments, supplies and medicines are
welcome.
American Dental Volunteers for Israel
108-13 67th Road
Forest Hills, New York 11375
USA
Tel: +1 718 263 4918 Contact: Dr Paul Jarmon
The American Dental Volunteers for Israel recruits dentists and dental hygienists for two four-week stints at a
kibbutz in Israel. All accommodations are provided (food and living quarters). Volunteers work 20 hours a week
only. Transportation is not provided.
Areas Served: Israel.
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Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
American Dentists for Foreign Service
619 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11218
USA
Tel: +1 718 436 8686 Contact: Dr Herman Ivanhoe/Anne Brearley
American Dentists for Foreign Service (ADFS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving developing
countries exclusively through dentistry, with the assistance of dentists, hygienists, teachers and service people.
Transportation is supplied by the traveling personnel. Subsistence by the host agency or county.
Dental equipment, used but serviced, is crated and shipped. The equipment is offered free, but the receiving
country must supply warehouse, service and shipping expenses.
Dental Schools will be given preference over clinics or hospitals to receive large quantities of equipment in
order to increase the dental profession within that country and to supply more services to the people. Clinics
and hospitals will be supplied with small quantities.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: Donated equipment is utilized in the program.
American Medical Resources Foundation Inc. (AMRF)
PO Box 3609
Brockton, Massachusetts 02404-3609
USA
Tel: +1 508 580 3301 Fax: +1 508 580 3306
Contact: Mr David P Harrington
American Medical Resources Foundation (AMRF) donates used, but fully operational medical and dental
equipment to hospitals and clinics serving the poor in third world and developing nations. AMRF also offers the
services of a corps of qualified biomedical engineers and technicians who volunteer to teach maintenance
procedures and assist in setting up maintenance and calibration facilities at the recipient institutions. AMRF is a
tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is registered with the U.S.
Agency for International Development. Donated equipment already shipped ranges from beds to monitors, xray,
pulmonary, cardiac, ultrasonic diagnostic, operating rooms, and other diverse equipment for general and
specialized use in prenatal, natal, pediatric, and adult departments.
Areas Served: Developing countries worldwide.
Material: Donated equipment is utilized in the program.
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Armenian-American Health Association of Greater Washington
1160 Varnun St., N.E. Suite 308
Washington, D.C. 20017
USA
Tel: +1 202 529 3756 Fax: +1 202 529 5474
Contact: Hayk Kaftarian
The Association’s goals are to provide and facilitate health care, to improve health care delivery systems, and to
educate and train health care professionals and the general public in health care. The program provides
biomedical and technical information and support as well as assists in research and development.
Areas Served: Armenia and Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Material: All types of medications, medical and dental equipment, and educational activities to be donated for
shipment to the Armenian Health Ministry.
AYUDA Inc.
1520 East Lincoln Avenue
Anaheim, California 92805
USA
Tel: +1 714 774 6330 Fax: +1 714 774 4052
Contact: Dr Harris N Done
Ayuda, Inc. is a private non-profit organization, dedicated to improving the health of needy people in North and
Central America. It conducts dental clinics twice a year in Belize and Mexico. Volunteers pay their own
expenses. Ayuda provides supplies and equipment. Ayuda also sponsors free dental clinics in the U.S. at
needy schools
Areas Served: Belize, Mexico and USA (Southern California)
Material: Ayuda solicits donations and dental equipment and supplies.
Carelift International
One Belmont Avenue
GSB Building, Suite 4/25
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
USA
Tel: +1 610 617 0995 Fax: +1 610 668 0930
Email: carrollcaulfield@carelift.org Contact: Carroll Caulfield
Carelift International’s health education development programme has 5 goals: (1) foster health development, (2)
address the long term needs of countries that are struggling to establish modern methods of healthcare
delivery, (3) establish new educational programmes, (4) strengthen existing programmes, and (5) address
public health needs.
Areas served: Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Belarus, Georgia, Cyprus, Albania, Croatia,
Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, Brazil, Bratislava, Israel, Lithuania, Jordan
Catholic Medical Mission Board Inc
10 West 17th Street
New York, New York 10011-5765
USA
Tel: +1 212 242 7757 Fax: +1 212 807 9161
Contact: Joseph A Latella, S.J.
Catholic Medical Mission Board seeks licensed dentists to volunteer their services in Catholic health care
facilities for the medically disenfranchised.
Applicants must be fully licensed with two years of professional experience and maintain current registration in
the United States or Canada. Arrangements for single and married applicants with children are available.
Volunteers are expected to provide their own transportation to and from the international location where they
are placed.
Independent health care facilities accept volunteers for short-term (one-six months) and long term (one-two
years) assignments. Room and board are provided for all applicants. A modest stipend is available for longterm
volunteers.
Areas Served: Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, India, Papua New Guinea.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
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CERT International
(Christian Emergency Relief Teams)
PO Box 188008
Carlsbad, California 92018
USA
Tel: +1 619 431 9890 Fax: +1 619 431 9893
Contact: Dr. Ken Daugherty
CERT International is a non-profit interdenominational relief organization providing short term opportunities for
medical and dental professionals, para professions, construction personnel, and lay people to various parts of
the world.
CERT Teams have gone from large metro areas such as Bucharest, Romania and Lima, Peru to remote
jungles of Papua New Guinea, Honduras and Nicaragua; from war-torn areas such as Afghanistan, Nicaragua,
Mozambique, Croatia and Bosnia to former communist countries such as Albania, Romania, Bulgaria and
Russia.
The basic philosophy of CERT is to go where little if any help is being given.
Areas Served: Countries in Central & South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Africa, Southeast Asia and
others.
Christian Dental Society
PO Box 177
Sumner, Iowa 50674
USA
Tel: +1 800 237 7368 Fax: +1 319 578 8843
Contact: Dr Richard C Haw
Recruits volunteers for short-term volunteer dental mission trips to developing nations. Serving areas in need
since 1962.
Areas Served: Worldwide – South America, Caribbean, Central America, Russia and the South Pacific.
Material: Dental materials, equipment and supplies.
Christian Mission of Pignon, Inc.
P.O. Box 743 – 403 Main Street
Lake Village
Arkansas 71653
USA
Tel: +1 870 265 2111 Fax: +1 870 265 2112
Email: loydcmp@cei.net Contact: Dr Marvin D. Loyd
CMP serves as an open window to and for Christianity to nurture the spiritual growth of the people in the area of
Pignon, Haiti and assist them in the development of long term, self-sustaining program efforts in the areas of
preventive and acute health care; functional literacy and educational opportunities; clean water and essential
sanitation facilities; agricultural development and training; and community and economic development.
Areas served: Haiti
Citizens Democracy Corps
2021 K Street, NW
Suite 215
Washington, D.C. 20036
USA
Tel: +1 202 872 0933/+1 800 394 1945 Fax: +1 202 872 0923
Contact: Jill Schiager
Citizens Democracy Corps (CDC) is a private, non-profit organization which mobilizes US private sector
expertise and resources to assist the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the New Independent States
(NIS) of the former USSR. CDC programs respond directly to the needs brought to its attention by government,
civic, and industry leaders in the region. Through its Citizens Volunteer Program (CVP), CDC recruits and fields
teams of US volunteers to participate in locally-designed institution-building projects in diverse program sectors.
In the health sector, CDC fields requests for hospital administrators, deans and assistant deans of medical and
dental schools.
Areas Served: Central and Eastern Europe; New Independent States (of former USSR).
Material: The program does not utilize donated dental material.

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Community Church of Greenwood
1477 West Main Street
Greenwood, Indiana 46142
USA
Tel: +1 317 888 6024 Fax: +1 317 885 2648
Contact: Charles Coleman
Community Church of Greenwood serves as the dental clinic for the areas surrounding San Salvador, El
Salvador.
Areas Served: El Salvador
Material: General dental equipment and materials
CONCERN/America
PO Box 1790
Santa Ana, California 92702
USA
Tel: +1 714 953 8575 Fax: +1 714 953 1242
Contact: Marianne Loewe
CONCERN/America is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life (including
health care) for rural populations in developing countries through training and education of local personnel. It is
supported through the contributions of interested individuals and small foundations. CONCERN/America is not
affiliated with any religious organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Areas Served: Mexico, Central America, and some locations in Africa.
Material: Dental equipment, especially small instruments.
Creighton University School of Dentistry
2500 California Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68178
USA
Tel: +1 402 280 5098 Fax: +1 402 280 5094
Contact: Dr Romer Ocanto
The purpose of the program is to collaborate with faculty and researchers at Central University of Venezuela
School of Dentistry and Institute of Dental Research. Training and research collaboration in the areas of
epidemiology are applied to research in oral biology, microbiology, oral pathology and genetics, to take place
once a year. The program is to be supported by grant money from a private foundation. The program involves a
three-week workshop designed to prepare postdoctoral students to conduct research that involves
epidemiology assessments in different countries.
Areas Served: Venezuela.
Material: The program does not use donated dental material.
Dental Health International
847 South Milledge Avenue
Athens, Georgia 30605-1331
USA
Tel: +1 706 546 1716 Fax: +1 706 546 1715
Contact: Dr Barry Simmons
Dental Health International needs dental personnel to create dental clinics in rural areas of developing countries
which will be, in turn, staffed by the host country dentists. Water and nutritional studies will be conducted to
determine needs of the host country. A program in the surrounding schools will be instituted to show benefits of
fluoride and a basic dental hygiene program as well. Dental clinics are dispersed throughout the host country.
Areas Served: Bhutan (Himalayas), Cameroon, Cook Islands, Lesotho, Rwanda, and Vietnam.
Material: Dental equipment less than ten years old, to make up a complete dental clinic, dental supplies,
handpieces and instruments.
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Dental Seminars & Symposia (DDS)
343 Prairie View Road
Chippewa Falls
Wisconsin 54729
USA
Tel: +1 715 723 1662 Fax: +1 715 723 1662
Contact: Dr David D Crane
Dental Seminars & Symposia, Inc. (DSS) was established in 1977 to provide continuing dental education and to
organize humanitarian projects both nationally and internationally. Groups are taken annually to South America
to provide dental care for homeless and orphaned children (expenses are paid by participants). University
faculty are also selected to conduct scientific congresses at Latin American universities (expenses paid by the
host universities). DSS is non-political, non-sectarian, and conducts all foreign programs on a non-profit basis.
Areas Served: Latin America.
Material: Small equipment and supplies are requested as needed for specific clinics. Tax-deductible receipts
are given by local churches.
Division of Worldwide Ministries
Presbyterian Church (USA)
100 Witherspoon Street
Lousiville, Kentucky 4042-1396
USA
Tel: +1 502 569 5000 Fax: +1 502 569 8039
Contact: Ms Edith Sutton/Mr Bob Ellis
The Division of Worldwide Ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA) works to assist church related hospitals,
clinics and health projects in developing countries through placement of health care professionals and in
providing material assistance. The aim is to improve health care services along with training of national and
local personnel. Sustainable and appropriate technology is emphasized as well as preventive health education.
The work is supported from the national budget of the denomination, with help from international health agency
grants and gifts from groups and individuals.
Areas Served: Ongoing service in Guatemala, Haiti, India, South Korea, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Zaire and
along the U.S.A. border.
Material: The program does not utilize dental material.
The Domingos Foundation
1800 S.E. St. Lucie Boulevard (October-April)
Building 8, Apt. 107
Stuart, Florida 34996-4224
USA
Tel: +1 407 286 1708
4890 Glenwood Avenue, #4 (May-September)
Youngstown, Ohio 44512
USA
Tel: +1 216 782 2055
Contact: Dr. D. E. De Marco
The Domingos Foundations is a publicly supported non-profit organization which delivers, and works to
improve, dental and other health care in remote areas of Brazil, Guatemala and Honduras. It actively promotes
and provides grants for small-scale development projects in the villages it visits. Contributions are taxdeductible,
as are expenses incurred by volunteers serving abroad.
Areas Served: Remote areas of Brazil, Guatemala and Honduras.
Material: Donations of certain dental and pharmaceutical supplies are accepted.
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Ecuadent
11506 St. David’s Lane
Lutherville, Maryland 21093
USA
Tel: +1 410 560 0937 Fax: +1 410 876 6362
Contact: Tammy G. Fesche
Ecuadent is a humanitarian undertaking to Ecuador, made up of American dental and medical professionals.
The all-volunteer group of doctors and assistants donate their time and pay their own transportation to treat the
indigent population, many of whom are children between the ages of three and 14 years of age. The focus is on
preventative dental health measures in addition to some restorative treatment as equipment and facilities allow.
Volunteers pay their transportation to Ecuador. All transportation inside the country, food, and lodging are
provided by the Ecuadorian Army.
Areas Served: Ecuador.
Material: Dental instruments, dental supplies (especially toothbrushes), dental portable units, portable dental xray
units and cable run units.
Esperança Inc.
1911 West Earll Drive
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
USA
Tel: +1 602 252 7772 Fax: +1 602 340 9197
Contact: Dr. Jeanne France
Esperança Inc. is a non-profit, non-denominational international health organization that provides treatment and
training in Latin America and Africa. Esperança’s vision is to “sow the seeds of self-help in health.” Esperança
accepts many volunteer health professionals, as well as funding, from a variety of private sources (individuals,
churches, service clubs, foundations) and U.S. government support. Volunteer dentists work in Esperança’s
clinical facility in the Amazon jungles of Brazil.
Areas Served: Santarém, Pará Brazil (in the Amazon valley).
Material: Esperança solicits dental equipment and consumable supplies for its dental clinic facility in the
Amazon.
Estonian American Fund Inc.
4 Noyes Court
PO Box 13266
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
USA
Tel: +1 301 587 9115 Fax: +1 202 291 8884
Contact: Ago Ambre
Estonian American Fund (EAF) is a publicly supported charity, recognized as such by the IRS, and registered
by the U.S. Agency for International Development as a private voluntary organization (PVO). The mission is to
aid in the resolution of economic problems faced by command economies seeking to change to a free market
basis. Programs supply universities with scientific texts, hospitals with medical equipment, supplies, and
technical training. EAF facilitates exchange of students and scholars, and helps set up in-country seminars and
training classes. EAF sponsors an active health care project that has provided about $2.5 million in medical and
dentistry supplies and equipment.
Areas Served: Estonia.
Material: EAF solicits donations in cash and in kind. Dental and medical equipment and professional literature
are provided in response to specific requests from health professionals in Estonia.
Flying Doctors of America
1951 Airport Road
Dekalb-Peachtree Airport
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
USA
Tel: +1 404 451 3068 Fax: +1 404 457 6302
Contact: Peggy Phipps
Flying Doctors of America is committed to helping physicians, dentists, other health care professionals, the
business community and general volunteers help the poor and needy by flying monthly medical missions. It
provides quick, professionally managed, low cost, tax-deductible medical missions to areas of critical need,
thereby bringing hope and healing. It welcomes all who desire to volunteer, regardless of creed, religion, color,
race, sex or nationality.
Areas Served: Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America and India.
Material: The program does not use dental material.

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DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS 32
Forward Edge International
15121-A NE 72nd Avenue
Vancouver, Washington 98686
USA
Tel: +1 206 574 3343 Fax: +1 206 574 2118
Contact: Joseph Anfuso
Forward Edge International is a teams denominational ministry dedicated to sending North American church
groups and individuals on short-term mission trips. It provides experienced team leadership, logistical
coordination, practical preparatory materials, and a wide variety of ministry opportunities in the U.S., Latin
America, Europe, Asia, and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The mission trips last from ten days to
three weeks. Forward Edge International sends service teams (medical/dental construction) evangelism teams,
youth teams and adult teams.
Areas Served: U.S. Indian reservations, Albania, Asia, China, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Italy,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Romania, and Vietnam.
Material: The program does not utilize dental material.
Foundation of the Pierre Fauchard Academy
1441 Avocado Avenue
Suite 508
Newport Beach, California 92660-6224
USA
Fax: +1 714 373 2237 Contact: Dr Shig Ryan Kishi
The Pierre Fauchard Academy, an International Honor Dental Organization with 108 sections worldwide, has
established a foundation to support grants and projects that will benefit the dental profession and the public it
serves. The Foundation has published a brochure that covers the goals and guidelines of the grant/project
program. It lists the types of programs the Foundation will support, as well as the restrictions that apply to
eligibility for funding.
Organizations, institutions and individuals who desire funding are encouraged to obtain a copy of the brochure
from the individual listed above to determine if their program or project falls within the Foundation’s goals. If so,
they may apply for support. The brochure covers the application form.
Areas Served: Worldwide
Material: Foundation funds only materials listed in application.
Friends of Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI)
11 Sage Circle
Scarsdale, New York 10583
USA
Tel: +1 914 725 2485 Contact: Ms Lila Seiler
Friends of Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI)
Main Street
Livingston Manor, New York 12758
USA
Tel: +1 914 439 4100 Contact: Dr. Don Simkin
DVI operates the only free of charge Children’s Dental Clinic in Jerusalem, located at 29 Mekor Chayim Street.
The organization’s dental services include oral education, preventive care, and treatment to underprivileged
Jewish and non-Jewish children, ages 5 to 18, who never have had previous dental care. Services are also
provided to Russian and Ethiopian children. Contributions are tax deductible, as are expenses incurred by
volunteers serving in Jerusalem.
Areas Served: Jerusalem.
Material: DVI solicits donations of dental supplies and dental equipment in good working order.
Global Outreach Mission Inc
PO Box 2010
Buffalo
NY 14231-2010, USA
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Haitian & Co-Arts Association, Inc.
165 Park Row, Suite 8D
New York, New York 10038
USA
Tel: +1 212 732 9735 Contact: Andre Letellier
The Haitian & Co-Arts Association, Inc., is a voluntary overseas, private non-governmental, non-political, nonreligious,
non-profit, tax-exempt charitable educational organization, founded in 1956 by Andre Letellier, a
Haitian born U.S. citizen. Its aims and purposes are solely dedicated to gratuitously contribute to the elimination
of hunger, eradication of disease and promotion of literacy of deprived children of the peasants in remote
villages of Haiti through mobile medical-dental free clinics. Clinics deliver community-wide vaccination against
aids, polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, provide birth control, and dental care Dues, contributions and expenses
incurred by donors and/or volunteers serving with the organization’s charitable programs are tax deductible.
U.S. corporations and individuals donate funds, services, medical supplies, drugs, educational and agricultural
materials.
Areas Served: Haiti.
Material: Dental equipment, instruments, supplies, dental literature, preferably in French, are accepted.
Health Teams International Inc. (HTI)
7518 South Evanston Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-5615
USA
Tel: +1 918 481 1115 Fax: +1 918 481 1115
Contact: Dr Robert W Miller
Health Teams International (HTI) is an ecumenical non-profit organization dedicated to assisting in
evangelization through the ministrations of short-term Christian health care teams. It has neither dues nor
membership fees, but it is supported by the tax-deductible contributions of interested individuals and groups.
Volunteers pay their own expenses, which are tax-deductible. All staff members contribute their services
without pay.
Areas Served: Worldwide.
Material: HTI solicits donations of portable dental instruments, equipment and supplies that can be transported
by air to overseas sites.
Health Volunteers Overseas
Dentistry Overseas
PO Box 65157
Washington DC 20035-5157
USA
Tel: +1 202 296 0928 Fax: +1 202 296 8018
Email: info@hvousa.org Contact: Kate Skillman
http://www.hvonsa.org
Aims to improve the quality of health care in developing countries through training and education.
Specific details of the project in Haiti are as follows: to form a co-operative network of dental health care; to
improve the quality and increase the availability of health care through training and education; to co-operate
with the Pan American Health Organization to implement a nation-wide salt fluoridation and iodisation process
for Haiti; to train and empower Haitian natives to provide professional services for themselves once volunteer
teams are gone.
Areas served: Bangladesh, Brazil, Haiti, India, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Vietnam
Health Volunteers Overseas
Dental Division of ADA
3801 N Fairfax Dr Suite 40
Arlington, Va 22207
USA
Contact: Dr Gary S Leff Email: garyleff@erols.com
No further information available as yet.
DENTAL AID ORGANISATIONS
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Himalayan Healthcare Inc.
565 West End Avenue, suite #3G
New York, New York 10024
USA
Tel: +1 212 877 6519 Fax: +1 212 877 6519
Contact: Lisa Gomer
Himalayan HealthCare Inc. (HHC) was established to address the health crisis in rural Nepal. The primary
objectives of the organization are to provide immediate medical treatment to people living in remote mountain
villages and to improve the general healthcare conditions of the rural population of Nepal who do not have
access to health care at times of critical need. Himalayan HealthCare is unique in that its programs are
sustained by Nepalese medical professionals who trek monthly to targeted villages to deliver medical care and
to teach villagers about hygiene, sanitation, nutrition and family planning.
In addition to supporting a small full-time Nepalese medical staff, HHC also organizes groups of American
physicians, dentists and healthcare workers to participate in medical treks to selected villages to assist the
Nepalese physicians in treating patients and dispensing necessary medicines.
Areas Served: Rural mountain villages of Nepal.
Material: HHC solicits donations of dental equipment and supplies as well as financial contributions.
HIM Foundation
PO Box 101
Atlanta, Texas 75551
USA
Tel: +1 903 796 3821/1 903 796 3824/+1 903 796 7705
Contact: Dr James Hogan
The Foundation promotes Christian missionary dentistry. It encourages and helps health care professionals to
accompany evangelists to needy countries for short-term missionary efforts. The volunteer works as a team
member with a local Christian church. Health clinics are usually set up in the church to render a physical
service. The Foundation has also founded and financed three dental clinics in India. Volunteers provide their
own instruments and supplies.
Areas Served: Honduras, India, Israel and Korea.
Material: Dental materials and supplies are not accepted.
Honduran-American Medical Mission
501 5th Avenue
Belmar, New Jersey 07719
USA
Tel: +1 908 681 6134 Fax: +1 908 681 1891
Contact: Mrs Patricia King
The organization’s current projects include separate 25-resident boys and girls orphanages, known collectively
as Hogar Amistad or House of Friendship. A newly constructed medical/dental clinic includes two dental
operatories and service a population base of 15,000 rural, destitute Hondurans.
Areas Served: Urraco/Sulaco area of north-central Honduras.
Material: Donations of hand instruments and lab equipment to fully outfit two dental operatories for operative,
endo, perio and uncomplicated exodontia.
Howard Karagheusian Commemorative Corporation
386 Park Avenue South
Suite 1601
New York, New York 10016
USA
Tel: +1 212 725 0973 Fax: +1 212 447 0378
Contact: Dr Watler C Bandazian

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