#401, 30, Digital-ro 32-gil, Guro Gu, Seoul, 08390 South Korea
10 minutes walking distance from Guro Digital Complex station (2nd/green line of the Seoul subway)
Q. Is Medipeace a faith-based organization? / Can I participate in overseas missions?
Medipeace is a non-religious organization, and as such we aim at working together to eliminate health inequity in places with poor access to healthcare based on universal philanthropic and humanitarian values, and not on the beliefs of a certain religion. On this account, Medipeace does not organize volunteer work or medical volunteering with religious purposes.
Q. Does Medipeace offer child sponsorship programs?
Medipeace strives to bring fundamental and sustainable changes through strengthening local health systems, and to spread the culture of ethical and responsible giving. Based on the belief that soliciting donations by exposing individual children's personal information is detrimental to achieving these goals, Medipeace does not arrange child sponsorship programs nor accept donations intended for a single specific child.
Q. How can I become a member of the staff?
Q Is Medipeace a governmental/UN body?
Medipeace is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, established by citizens wishing to contribute to solving the problem of health inequity worldwide. As a NGO/NPO registered under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, and an affiliate organization of the UNDPI, Medipeace implements projects in collaboration with governmental bodies and other international agencies.
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