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In 2005, Doc2Dock began as a commitment to global health during the inaugural Clinton Global Initiative.

Our mission was simple—collect and redistribute unused medical supplies to hospitals in the developing world. U.S. hospitals waste thousands of tons of medical supplies every day. This includes unused, sterile medical supplies and fully functional equipment discarded solely for regulatory reasons.
Working on behalf of third party sponsors ranging from large-scale NGOs to small family foundations, Doc2Dock has delivered more than $20 million of medical supplies and equipment to hospitals in 16 countries.

Doc2Dock has the resources to ship a 40-foot container filled with more than $500,000 of medical supplies and equipment for just $25,000-35,000.


Doc2Dock’s first public healthcare development program is in South Sudan. This pilot program aims to create functional public health care systems on a countrywide level. It is also Doc2Dock’s first-ever internally managed program.

Since the launch of our program in South Sudan, Doc2Doc has shipped more than $1.5 million in medical supplies and equipment to three hospitals in Goli, Yei and Maridi.

In 2013, Doc2Dock will provide more than $3 million in medical supplies and equipment along with telecommunications systems to up to six hospitals in one of the most remote areas of Africa. In addition, we will also provide more than 5,000 mothers and children with high value nutrition supplements.


Last May a Doc2Dock team visited hospitals in Yangon, Myanmar. What they found was a great need for improved healthcare particularly for patients with advanced AIDS and TB. As part of Doc2Dock’s first program in Southeast Asia, we’re partnering with UNOPS to deliver more than $1 million in medical supplies to three hospitals in the region.


Through the generous funding of the Jack Brewer Foundation and the Joyce Banda Foundation, Doc2Dock will be providing Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi with supplies and equipment. This will be the start of a long-term health care development program in Malawi. President Joyce Banda is actively involved in the project and is an avid supporter of Doc2Dock.

Thank you very much for efforts. Malawians will forever be grateful to you all.

President Joyce Banda


Doc2Dock is working with Pathfinder International to provide rural clinics and regional hospitals throughout Kenya with medical supplies and equipment.


Doc2Dock is working with the Healey International Foundation to refurbish and reopen Serabu General Hospital, the largest hospital complex in Sierra Leone just outside of Freetown. This includes rebuilding structures at Serabu destroyed during the civil war, staffing the hospital with qualified medical professionals, and supplying the hospital with necessary supplies and equipment. Doc2Dock is providing $3 million in medical supplies and equipment customized for specific uses (maternal health, outpatient care, etc.). This project will give thousands of people in the surrounding area access to healthcare for the first time in years.