Humanity Auxilium is registered as a non-profit organization in Canada and USA, focused on serving
marginalized communities globally. The organization was founded by Dr. Fozia Alvi in response to the
Rohingya crisis in Burma in 2017. Approximately one million Rohingya refugees are living in overcrowded tent cities in Bangladesh. As a physician volunteering at the Rohingya medical camp, Dr. Alvi personally saw the crisis and pledged to return with more resources to ease the pain of thousands of refugees - the core motivation for establishing Humanity Auxilium. Five years later, Humanity Auxilium comprises a vast network of volunteer physicians with a shared mission to help those in need. Our organization not only provides basic healthcare and relief to refugees and victims of conflicts/disasters, but also works towards promoting education.
We are making the world a better place through access to healthcare and education.
To provide immediate and impactful medical relief to marginalized communities in the world.
We envision a network of self-sustaining healthcare systems and educational programs that serve these neglected communities year round. Our goal is to lay the foundations for equitable access to healthcare and education for victims of conflicts. To this end, we are training local healthcare providers to supervise and carry on our mission in the local medical camps. We are also partnered with local charities working in the educational sector to fill in the much needed health literacy gap for thousands of children in Pakistan.
Showing empathy and kindness towards patients and families.
Ensuring every individual has access to quality healthcare.
Continuously seeking new and creative solutions to improve healthcare delivery and
Promoting health literacy and education to empower every individual, child, and adult.
Working together with healthcare providers, community organizations, and stakeholders
to deliver care and improve health outcomes.
Relief through Healthcare and Education
Humanity Auxilium is committed to providing immediate medical aid to those affected by political, social, and natural calamities through its broad network of medical facilities from the Middle East to Asia. Our group of Canadian and American physicians, in collaboration with other international relief organizations, not only offer medical care to the victims but also educate the local healthcare community to develop a sustainable healthcare system that operates year round.
Recognizing the need for filling the void in children’s healthcare, we established Humanity Auxilium Teaching Center of Health (HATCH). This program is a collaboration between healthcare providers and schools to enhance children's access to healthcare through health education, medical evaluations, and construction of dedicated student clinics in schools.