A brave team of Dream Doctors are off to Chisinau, Moldova for the week to provide vital humanitarian relief to Ukrainian refugees.  Dream Doctors will offer innovative trauma intervention techniques and tools to children and adults who were forced to flee their homes following Russia’s invasion.

The Dream Team is on a mission to reach a vast number of refugees flooding absorption centers in Chisinau, as well as thousands more who are still stuck at the Moldova-Ukraine border crossing area. Dream Doctors are not only multi-talented artists, they are highly skilled members of medical teams in 34 hospitals across Israel and have extensive experience working in humanitarian relief missions to disaster zones around the world.

“This mission is not a first for Dream Doctors.  It’s Israel.  It’s part of our DNA to be wherever we are needed,” said Tsour Shriqui, CEO of Dream Doctors.

Over the past 16 years, Dream Doctors have participated in overseas humanitarian relief missions to Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Nepal and the United States, among others.  Most recently, in 2018 Dream Doctors shared its unique toolbox for trauma relief with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania following the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue.