Many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) provide aid in regions or countries that lack the proper medical, communication and transportation infrastructures and may have limited public services. Employees working in these areas face endemic health and personal safety risks. Infectious disease, variable food safety and higher incidents of automobile accidents are real threats that can prematurely end expatriate assignments. Before employees go abroad, it is essential for employers to adequately prepare them. While on assignment, employees may also need access to 24/7 medical, travel and security advice, and emergency help in the event of a crisis.
International SOS works with small and large NGOs worldwide. Our clients include charities, foundations, research centers, and development, service and faith-based organizations.
Our specially developed programs support include: