AMPLIFY THE DIFFERENCE YOU CAN MAKE

Work just one day a year for Twice The Doctor.

DOCTORS DAY IN MAY

Doctors volunteer in their own rooms for One Day in May
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SURGICALife

Providing advocacy for the provision of safe surgery
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ETHIOPIA EYE PROJECT

Supporting the work of Ethiopian “lid surgeons”
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BARBARA MAY FOUNDATION

Dignity and safety during pregnancy and childbirth
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UNICEF IN ZIMBABWE

Providing comprehensive emergency obstetric care services
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DOCTORS DAY IN MAY

Doctors Day In May

Doctors volunteer in their own rooms for One Day in May
Learn More

SURGICALife

The SURGICALife Project

Providing advocacy for the provision of safe surgery
Learn More

ETHIOPIA EYE PROJECT

Ethiopian Eye Project

Supporting the work of Ethiopian “lid surgeons”
Learn More

BARBARA MAY FOUNDATION

Barbara May Foundation

Dignity and safety during pregnancy and childbirth
Learn More

UNICEF IN ZIMBABWE

UNICEF in Zimbabwe

Providing comprehensive emergency obstetric care services
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THE TWICE THE DOCTOR CONCEPT

  • Many doctors would like to do some work in the developing world.
  • In practice being able to do this is extremely hard with all our day to day commitments. 
  • Instead Twice The Doctor asks that for one day a year, when you go to work, you give the income from that day to Twice The Doctor. 
  • Together with our major charity partners we use these funds to train and employ local healthcare workers in the developing countries.
  • So you’re in effect working here and over there. Hence the name – Twice The Doctor.
  • One day a year may not sound like a lot, but by joining together and harnessing the power of the many, we can create a greater effect much more efficiently than if we tried to go and work in the Third World individually. 

OVER $500,000 DONATED SO FAR!

Twice the Doctor would like to thank all who have generously supported our Foundation which has raised approximately $425,000.  This will boost Sierra Leone’s health infrastructure and has helped to defeat Ebola and treat reversible blindness in Kenya and Ethiopia (with funds being administered by UNICEF and the Fred Hollows Foundation).

There is still time to ‘Virtually Volunteer’ and provide further support for these projects before the end of this financial year at the end of June. 

Fantastic idea!

Have always wanted to volunteer overseas but felt I would be better off working at home and donating my wage to amplify/leverage my time to provide more medical care.

Thank you for enabling me to do this.

Dr Sascha Saharov - General Practitioner