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Doctors Giving Back
If you are someone who enjoys re-vamping "older" websites and converting them into more modern inspiring sites, this is the opportunity you might be looking for! Our original website was created and designed by two of our DGB "doctors", and while it was great for promoting our mission for many years, it’s time for an update and a switch from flash to html! Our "web doc’s" were working on the update and conversion from flash, but then COVID 19 came along and all of their doctor commitments brought their web designing days to an end. Our directors know what they want the new site to look like and convey, but could use your expertise to make it the most inspiring, heart-tugging, easy to navigate website possible! Would be great if you can help with website issues when they arise if that might be possible too! Sound like a challenge that you might be excited to take on? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
About Doctors Giving Back
7172 REGIONAL ST, DUBLIN, CA 94568, US
Doctors Giving Back is a medical relief/humanitarian aid organization that provides medical care, medicines, medical supplies, vaccines, clothes, shoes, and clean water programs for destitute people living in the poorest parts of Africa. Heslthcare i s almost non-existent in these areas and people suffer and die from preventable and treatable diseases such as Malaria, Typhoid, Cholera, Tuberculosis, Intestinal Parasites and AIDS. 85% of these diseases are caused by the dirty water they drink...the only available water to drink.
Projects and programs include:
Provide sustainable water filtration systems in remote villages
Take medical teams to remote villages twice a year to provide medical care, vaccines and medications to people who may have never seen a doctor in their entire life.
Children's Feeding Program: feed orphaned and homeless children with a meal a day feeding program. Send kids to school who would have never had a chance to go to school
DGB Constructi teams assist in projects to remodel a remote hospital that serves one million people with only 3 doctored and no supplies. Provide hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of medical supplies to hospital and medical clinic in need of supplies.