Shelter Now, Shelter for Life provides much-needed shelter, hospitals, schools, in areas of desperate need such as Western Sahara, Serbia, Central Asia, Sri Lanka, India, Mozambique, Macedonia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, more. Create self help improvement programs by teaching building techniques and similar skills.
Tackles agricultural needs in the most demanding areas of the world. Current needs at this site. Not necessarily Christian.
Mercy Corps is helping 19 million people recover from disasters, build stronger communities and find their own solutions to poverty. Since its founding in 1979, Mercy Corps has provided $2.2 billion in assistance to people in 114 countries. The agency consistently ranks as one of America’s most effective and efficient charitable organizations. Over the last five years, more than 88 percent of resources have been allocated directly to programs that help families turn crisis into opportunity in some of the world’s most challenging places.
Obstetric fistula is the most devastating and serious of all childbirth injuries. It happens because most mothers in poor countries give birth without any medical help. So many are young girls. The Fistula Foundation serves this need in many countries in Africa, some in Asia, including Afghanistan.
They work with Global Health Outreach in setting up overseas mission trips. Their website includes a pharmacist handbook for short-term mission trips. The handbook includes information about various medicines and tips for success.
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Health Partners International of Canada (HPIC) provides vaccines, medicines, and medical supplies donated by Canadian healthcare companies to Canadian NGO partners for use in 116 countries. HPIC also provides portable medical kits (known as Physician Travel Packs and Dental Travel Packs) to humanitarians and medical professionals going on medical mission trips.
Specializing in clean water and sanitation, the World Toilet Organization (WTO) is based in Singapore and serves over 50 countries worldwide. The WTO’s mission is to improve sanitation conditions for people through education, innovative technology, and advocacy.
We help you plan or join a mission trip to the middle east – Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iran, Palestine, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Syria. We also need short and long term people for our Youth Center in Bethlehem, where children need a safe place to go to worship and learn about Jesus.
Well known agency delivers medical and dental care worldwide. Emergency response teams.
Frequent construction projects in various countries usually associated with medical facilities or disaster recover. Also active in Community Health, Dental Programs, Disaster Response, Emergency Medical Care, HIV and AIDS Care and Prevention, Medical Services and Training, Medical Supply Programs.
FINCA is a global charitable microfinance organization that operates in 21 countries on 5 continents, serving nearly one million clients. FINCA provides micro-finance services to the world’s lowest-income entrepreneurs, helping them to create jobs, build assets, and improve their standard of living.
CURE International has teaching hospitals in 27 developing countries for the medical and spiritual healing of disabled children and their families. The Christian organization specializes neurological, orthopedic, and congenital birth defect challenges. Needs include: anesthesiologists, plastic surgeons, neurosurgeons, and orthopedic surgeons. Hospitals located in Afghanistan, Dominican Republic, Honduras, China, Kenya, Malawi and Uganda. They trained over 6,100 medical professionals in the developing world. CURE has both short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities. One to two week missions trips are available for those interested in medical missions or general ministry. Individuals, families and groups are all welcome to participate.
Based in Britain, Tearfund has been involved in many outstanding Christian-orientated humanitarian efforts in over 50 countries throughout the developing world since 1968. Two of its major initiatives designed to tackle extreme poverty are ending violence against women, and encouraging fair trade of gifts and jewelry. They have a quarterly publication called Footsteps and other literature that is very informative.
WANTED: Christ-centered college students, medical students, professionals, and any sold-out “10-40 window” junkie who can’t get enough of being used by God in the most unreached and restricted areas of the world. Join us in reaching Muslims for Christ in North Africa for the glory of God!
Only for medical personnel with combat experience. Not necessarily Christian. Aid to victims of armed conflict. Most of the volunteer doctors, nurses, preventive medicine specialists and allied health personnel at RRI are military veterans who have seen the horrors of war first-hand.
Our projects emphasise community development, education and vocational training for Afghans with disabilities, and public health/nutrition education. Openings for physical therapists, Occupational Therapist, experience with disabilities, (deaf, blind, mentally challenged, and/or physically challenged), nurse trained and experienced in eye care, teachers for nutrition, midwifery, grade schools. Inquire here.
IFES Teams. Matching skills, hopes and availability to just the right slot for European Christian students and graduates for short-term student evangelism opportunities across Europe, from Iceland to Israel, Portugal to Vladivostock.
Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. Catholic Relief Services assists the poor and vulnerable overseas. We promote human development by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies; and serving Catholics in the United States as they live their faith in solidarity with their brothers and sisters around the world. No volunteers opportunities, but some employment opportunities available.
Operating in 70 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, Winrock International is a non-profit organization that seeks to increase economic opportunity, sustain natural resources, and protect the environment. Major areas of emphasis include agriculture and rural development, natural resource management, business development, green energy, education, and democratic empowerment. They have a strong program to facilitate volunteer service in many places. Winrock also has offices in the Washington, DC area and in Brussels, Belgium. See their website for details.