Gambella Medical Team Connection (GmTc) is a vital 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that attempts to moderate the negative impacts of apathy and lack of available services for the under-served Ethiopian immigrant and refugee population. Our organization’s projects, implemented by a well-trained volunteer, offer many opportunities for the reduction of depravity and poverty through superior health care services.
GmTc strives to serve as many people as possible with the resources we have available – every individual is important to our organization. By offering services that are concentrated on serving those less fortunate and addressing the greatest needs of our target community, we can make a positive contribution in helping the people we work with lead a more fulfilling life.
While we will provide free health consultation and advice for participants’ healthy well-being, we will also provide referral services to those participants to appropriate hospitals or clinics for further evaluations. The services will also include health education for participant to control their weight, establish healthy eating habits, translation services, and assistance with transportation to clinics or hospitals for vital appointments.
Gambella Medical Team Connection (GmTc) is based nonprofit that has served the Gambella Regional State of Ethiopia in 2008, as a temporary churches mission. It provided mobile clinic, books for orphanage, drilled wells, distributed clothes and sports item, and taught orphanage bible school. We hope to return annually to continue education and help to establish a clinic or clinics to eventually provide basic health care. Educating these forgotten people about hygiene is one of the best ways to save them from fatal diseases.
To provide free mobile health screening and promote community health education for Ethiopian, South Sudanese, and African immigrant reside in Minnesota. The organization formed on the base of volunteerism, mutual respect, unity, and understanding.
Omot Olok Dang: is the founder of GmTc, born and raised in Gambella, Ethiopia. He came to U.S 1993 as a refugee from South Sudan and for the past sixteen years, he has worked as health care provider. He has an associate degree in health science from Salt Lake Community College, Bachelor of Science in Environmental and sustainability studies from the University of Utah, and Master of Public Health (MPH) from American Public University. He is currently, working for Mayo clinic at St. Mary’s Hospital.