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People for Medical Cooperation International [PMC International] is an international non-governmental, non-profit making relief, and medical organization based in the Republic of Korea (South Korea). Since the establishment in 1959, it has continued to provide medical service and relief works for those in need in domestic and overseas as well such as Sri Lanka, Thailand, Philippines, Yemen, China, Afghanistan, and Nepal. It is targeting to improve the medical and health situation through participatory and sustainable development programmes. It is working closely together with the governmental institutions and the local communities. People for Medical Cooperation International (PMCI) is a non-governmental organization which considers serving people to be most valuable and strives to help the needy in this suffering world through medical service.

As the demands of medical care have been increasing throughout the world, we have begun to expand our operations worldwide by sending short-term medical teams overseas, making partnerships with foreign hospitals, and establishing overseas branches to provide more effective and high quality services for local people since we became an official NGO under the Ministry of Foreign and Trade in 2005. PMCI¡¯s work is based on the humanitarian principles of medical ethics and impartiality. The organization is committed to bringing quality medical care to people in crisis regardless of race, religion, or political affiliation. PMCI is not just aimed to be a mere medical aid provider, but who cooperates with partners to help and solve problems of humankind, especially health problems.

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Vision and Mission

We strive to work in cooperation with our partners worldwide to build up a global community through medical services and relief works

1. We aim to utilize local resources for self-support, and self-governing,
2. We are committed to a holistic approach in providing medical care and relief work regardless of race, nationality, religion.
3. We respect the dignity of human beings, striving for the restoration of humanity.