- Global Response Management (GRM): In Tapachula and Reynosa, GRM medical volunteers staff a clinic providing primary and urgent care, women’s health services, and COVID-19 testing.
- Global Disaster Response and Humanitarian Action (GDRHA) at Massachusetts General Hospital Global Health: Doctors and nurses with GDRHA are helping to alleviate healthcare needs by staffing GRM clinics that offer walk-in services to migrants.
- Solidarity Engineering: Solidarity Engineering is the only engineering or technical group working along the border. Their programs involve shelter infrastructure management, projects for water treatment, constructing safe spaces for children such as playgrounds, and more.
Airlink has been helping NGOs respond at the border since 2019 with a greater uptick in transportation and logistics assistance requests from partners in 2021 and 2022. This is parallel to the sharp increase in the number of Venezuelans, Cubans, and Nicaraguans journeying to the border.