World Organization of Natural Medicine

Our Mission:


We provide access to traditional healthcare and humanitarian services, aimed towards under-served people and promote humanitarian values through education. 

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What is WONM

The World Organization of Natural Medicine is an international politically and religiously neutral humanitarian none governmental organization (NGO). It is established as per the World Health Organization Alma Ata declaration 1978, and is recognized and accredited under the Sovereigns Order of Knight Hospitallers of St. John for it humanitarian endeavors. Its educational department is a member of the United Nation Academic Impact.

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Our Impact

The mission of WONM is to fulfill the duty entrusted to it by its first meeting of its founders, the delivery of primary health care and natural medicine to the worlds economically deprived people. The human cost of conflicts is immense, and the physical and psychological wounds they inflict on the population are enormous.

Under the Clinics for Humanity program, doctors and Practitioners for natural medicine will administer “free” primary healthcare and natural medicine services to the poor whenever it is needed.



Humanitarian Missions

WONM - Clinics for Humanity has brought us to to various communities in North and South America, Africa and Asia.



Years Serving communities

Clinics for Humanity was established in 2003 as the Humanitarian department of WONM to provide services to developing nations.



Thousand Lives Impacted

We have treated thousands of people in war torn countries and individuals affected by natural disasters who are lacking basic nutrition, education and effective traditional healthcare.


Our Values

The WONM Mission

  • We are called to serve the neediest of the most disadvantaged people of the earth and seek to relieve their suffering and

  • To assist in making sustainable improvements in their lives.

  • We seek to engage them, to promote their voices and to offer our hands and feet in service.

  • We respect those in need as active participants, not passive recipients, in this relationship.

  • We regard all individuals as created and loved by God.

  • We believe that healthcare should not focus on for-profit care but gear towards self-care, prevention of disease and sustainable development of rural communities.

  • We are not owners of the resources made available to us on behalf of the forgotten of this world.

  • We are partners with those we serve as well as with those who invest in our shared mission.

  • Our relationships are purposeful, diverse, and encourage mutual participation in achieving its mission

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Member institutions within the World Organization of Natural Medicine, the University of Humanitarian Medicine federation must adhere to established standards for research, postgraduate fellowships and professional development, which focuses on humanitarian service and peace building.


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