Utilizing Donated Medical Equipment and Aiding Rural Health Facilities Across the Globe with MED International

A conversation that documents the progress made by MED International (a startup non-profit organization run by a student at Brown University) from its very beginnings to where it is now.

  • Meeting with the Vice President and his delegation
    Jayson Marwaha | November 30th, 2011
    Founder of MED International, Jayson Marwaha, meeting with the Vice President, Minister of Health, Minister of Education, and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Zanzibar in the Tanzanian Embassy to form an official partnership between the Tanzanian...
  • Warehouses of surplus medical technology accross the US
    Jayson Marwaha | November 30th, 2011
    The market for medical equipment donations to the developing world is enormous – approximately 80% of the medical equipment in hospitals in developing countries comes from foreign donors. Surprisingly, though, the literature shows that only 12%-30%...
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    The Editors | November 28th, 2011
    PLME student Jayson Marwaha (Human Biology '14 M'18) founded MED International, an organization dedicated to improving health access in developing countries, over the summer. He sits down with the Global Conversation to tell us more about the...