18. April 2023 Vacant positions

We are now hiring medical staff for our worldwide projects

We are looking for experienced doctors, physicians, nurses and midwives

Cap Anamur / German Emergency Doctors e.V. has been providing humanitarian aid in war and crisis zones around the world for over 40 years. Our focus is on medical care and access to education. In the project countries, we create structures that permanently improve the lives of people in need, for example by building hospitals and schools, training local employees and providing relief supplies and medicines.

Deployment of medical staff in our healthcare facilities

In our project countries, we operate medical facilities to which we dispatch specialists.

The doctors, nurses and midwives we send not only work on patients, but also provide ongoing training for local staff in all specialist areas.

Our current project sites for which we need medical personnel are:


  • we are looking for doctors and nurses for a hospital in Pemba and health facilities in the province of Cabo Delgado

Sierra Leone:

  • we are looking for pediatricians and nurses for our children’s hospital in Freetown


  • we are looking for doctors, nurses and midwives for our hospital in the Nuba Mountains

Central African Republic:

  • we are looking for doctors, nurses and midwives for our hospital in Bossembélé

Prerequisite for project involvement:

  • a minimum age of 25 years
  • At least three years of professional experience (after college or apprenticeship)
  • solid foreign language skills
  • Time for a foreign assignment of six months
  • the ability to work independently
  • Team-player skills
  • Improvisational and organizational skills

Here's more info on a current medical project in the Central African Republic:

About the project

Have we piqued your interest?

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Working in the project

Further information regarding project involvement can be found here.

Portrait of staff members

Some of our alumni report here about the work in the different project countries.