Jane Aronson (b. 1951) is a physician whose expertise mainly concerns pediatric infectious diseases and adoption medicine. As part of this work, she treated and evaluated thousands of children adopted from disadvantaged countries, and travelled to orphanages all around the world.
In 1997 she founded the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, which helps provide better medical care for children living in orphanages outside the USA. The Foundation has a Rangers programme, which offers the opportunity for teenagers to complete training and work at such orphanages throughout European, Asian, or African countries. Some of the best-developed programmes take place in Bulgaria, Ethiopia, and Vietnam.