June 14, 2020: CMAT has been approached by our EMT colleagues at the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) who have been providing medical assistance in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) for COVID-19 response in Italy and Tajikistan.
In the coming weeks, at the WHO’s request, PCPM may be shifting their response to the Republic of Armenia, and they have asked CMAT to survey our volunteers for interest in possible collaboration and co-deployment. This deployment is not yet confirmed, but is being proposed for the end of July and August, 2020.
There is a particular need for expertise in Anaesthesia and Critical/ Intensive Care, particularly for Physicians and Registered Nurses, as well as Respiratory Therapists. The teams would be supporting the existing health care system in the capital city of Yerevan and possibly beyond. Details are still being worked out.
If you are interested in potentially deploying to Armenia, please ensure your CMAT profile is up to date with all the required documentation (i.e. upload a copy of your passport, your professional license, your vaccination record etc.) Please also send your expression interest (including your speciality and professional experience) by email to: [email protected]
Please access your CMAT Profile by visiting:
To login – use the email address at which this email was received, and you can reset your password by clicking “Forgot password”. You can refer new volunteers to register under the same link, and then creating a new profile.
IMPORTANT: the inbound 14-day self-quarantine restriction which has been mandated by the Canadian government may remain in place upon your return. Please take this into consideration when looking at your schedule. Outbound travel would be arranged on commercial airlines to Poland for staging, then connect to chartered military aircraft from Poland to Armenia.
Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.