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In 1999, Dr. Shankar Man Rai in Nepal began providing medical services year-round with ReSurge’s support and oversight.

ReSurge International (formerly Interplast) is a fiscally and organizationally efficient nonprofit, with qualified and dedicated directors, volunteers and staff members.

For the last decade, our leadership has overseen a time of expansion and productivity that now enables us to forever transform the lives of thousands each year in developing countries, and to build local medical capacity where none previously existed.

ReSurge’s board of directors is composed of 30 medical, legal and business leaders, who govern the nonprofit humanitarian organization. They understand ReSurge’s financial responsibilities and ensure the exclusive and effective use of all assets for charitable purposes. > more
ReSurge is based in Sunnyvale, California. The international humanitarian organization has 20 full-time and part-time employees on staff. Together, they have more than 350 years of nonprofit and/or medical experience. > more
ReSurge is lucky to call some of the best reconstructive surgeons in the developing world our long-term partners. Together, they perform 80 percent of our surgeries, with ReSurge oversight, training and support. Working year-round, they provide life-changing surgery in the most efficient and cost-effective way. > more
Partnering with other nonprofits allows us to better and more efficiently serve children and adults living in poverty in the Global South. Whether the organizations focus on surgery, health care, education or women’s issues, we work together to address problems associated with global poverty. > more
ReSurge partners with other foundations and corporations to help provide life-transforming care. We are grateful for these partnerships. > more
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ReSurge envisions a world in which no human being suffers physically or emotionally from a repairable congenital deformity or injury. Learn more about us in this short video.