Rescue Task Force
Rescue Task Force was founded in 1988 to provide volunteer medical teams, medical supplies and clinics, humanitarian aid and livestock to remote, isolated regions of the globe. Working primarily in hazardous zones and areas where there is military conflict, the organization has delivered medical teams to the Central America countries of Nicaragua, Honduras, and El Salvador and has fifteen literacy learning centers for women in Central Afghanistan, as well provided supplemental aide for wounded soldiers at Balboa, Walter reed, Brooke and Bethesda Military Hospitals.
The mission of Rescue Task Force is to alleviate suffering and provide developmental aide to areas that have been marginalized by geography or economic deprivation.
Their website states "We respond rapidly with medical and other immediate aid to victims of man-made and natural disasters world-wide."
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