German Medical Aid Organization
Founded 1964, the charitable, non-governmental organization action medeor e.V. today is the largest medical aid organization in Europe.
Currently 67 employees work for action medeor, 31 voluntary helper support the work of the medical aid organization.
Discover the current range of safe and high quality medicines and medical supplies in the Online-Catalog of action medeor.
An effective Quality Management System enables action medeor to guarantee the consistent high quality and safety of all our medicines.
action medeor accepts live-saving in-kind donations if certain conditions are met. We are happy to check your offer!
The accreditation as HPC guarantees that action medeor maintains the high standards of integrity, transparency and quality established by the European Union.
action medeor supports the pharmaceutical sector in the developing countries by providing training courses since 2005.
action medeor’s concept of supporting local structures in the drug supply chain is embedded in national, regional and international standards.
In emergency situations action medeor supplies medicines and medical supplies, supports medical care and the reestablishment of medical infrastructure.
Its fast and coordinated response in case of emergencies classifies action medeor as a humanitarian aid organization.
For more than 50 years action medeor has been providing medical supplies and advisory services to mission hospitals in Tanzania.
Building on good experiences of the branch in Tanzania, action medeor has opened its second branch in Lilongwe, Malawi in 2015.
People in poor rural areas often do not have access to any health services.
The human right for food is violated all over the world in billions of cases. The consequences this has on the development and health especially of children are disastrous.
More than 30 million people worldwide are living with the infection, the worst affected region by far is southern Africa (with over 26 million).
Every year, 2.2 million people die as a result of unhygienic conditions and a lack of sanitation.
Hundreds of millions of people live with the risk of natural disasters — most especially in African and South East Asian countries.
Each year about 287.000 women are dying due to complications during pregnancy and child births, 99% of them in developing countries.
Malaria is one of the most common infectious diseases and is often fatal when not treated properly.
In emergency situations action medeor supplies medicines and medical supplies and supports medical care.