Christ’s Victory International Mission of Liberia (CVIM) is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization that seeks to provide hope by meeting spiritual, physical, educational, and emotional needs of orphans and hurting people in Liberia, West Africa and beyond.
Edify’s mission is to improve and to expand sustainable, Christ-centered education in the developing world. We do this by coming alongside local schools by providing loans for expansion, proprietor and teacher training, Christ-centered curriculum, and educational technology.
Primarily serving in Africa and Asia, mPower trains Christians to be community dental health workers for the purpose of sharing the gospel in developing countries. They also organize short-term trips with a special emphasis on dentistry.
Long term and short term trips to Africa, Asia, Bangladesh, Chad for Physicians, Public Health Workers, Nurses, Clinical Medical Students, and specialists in Anesthesiology, Audiology, Cardiology, Ophthalmology, etc. Affiliated with Baptist Mid-Missions churches.
Active in 21 countries, Partners Worldwide is a global network of Christian entrepreneurs who show their faith in their everyday business practices. Partners Worldwide links Christian businesspeople in the developed world with small and medium size entrepreneurs in the developing world. Through these partnerships the network encourages business loans, business training, mentoring relationships, and advocacy.
We assist Christian missionaries and organizations with communications, operating an amateur (ham) radio network, phone patch assistance and emergency traffic handling. We also provide radio equipment, training, and tech support, and FM and AM broadcast stations for those in remote areas of the world.
Operating in 17 countries throughout Africa and Asia, WaterAid America seeks to advocate and educate for sanitation and clean water. WaterAid teaches children about sanitation on its website. A teacher’s guide for children and youth is also provided.
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.
(Christian Medical and Dental Associations site. “CMDA provides various mission scholarships for student and resident members wishing to spend time overseas as a rotation elective. We also provides a scholarship to medical students beginning their 1st or 2nd year to pay up to $25,000 per year toward medical school for those who go into full-time missions after graduation.”) – Westra grant for 3rd and 4th year medical and dental students; – Steury Scholarship for medical students planning for a career in medical missions; – Johnson Short-Term Mission Scholarship for residents;
– Map Int’l Medical Fellowship Scholarship for 3rd and 4th year medical students, residents and interns; – James P. Owen Mission Scholarship for 3rd and 4th year Southwestern Medical School students; – Project Medsend Scholarship – Student loan grants for healthcare professionals going into full-time overseas missions. – Tami Fisk Mission Travel Grant – For medical personnel desiring mission service in East Asia. – Baptist Medical Dental Fellowship Scholarship – Hubert Trust Scholarship for medical students and residents. CMDA membership not required. – Project Medsend Grant – Student loan grants for healthcare professionals going into full-time overseas missions. CMDA membership not required.
The medical arm of Samaritan’s Purse offers short-term opportunities for physicians, dentists and other medical personnel to volunteer in Christian hospitals and clinics around the world. Our Post-Residency Program provides support for physicians who will serve for two years in a mission hospital or clinic site.
Sightsavers work with partners in over 30 countries in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean, Sightsavers focuses on eliminating avoidable blindness and promoting equal opportunities for blind people. Sightsavers has been very successful in treatments to prevent or cure blindness. Much more information is available on their website.
Founded in 1960, YWAM (Youth With A Mission) is the largest mission group in the world, operating in over 1,100 locations in nearly 200 countries, with a staff of nearly 20,000. “Tens of thousands” more people are involved in short-term mission trips with them each year. YWAM focuses on those areas of the world where poverty, illiteracy, and the need for clean water and medicine are the greatest. See their website for many contacts and for over 1,500 discounted book, video, DVD, and CD-ROM titles that you can order.
(Brazil, Russia, South Africa, Middle East, Liberia, Spain, Mexico, Senegal, Far East, more).
Ministry with orphans, handicapped and street children. Children’s homes, opportunities for teachers, care givers, counselors. Short term volunteers okay in certain facilities.
Short and long term. Many health care specialties (including midwife) needed in many nations around the world: Bangladesh, Cameroon, CAR, Liberia, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Madagascar, Tanzania. Some tentmaker opportunities. (Affiliated with Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and World Mission Prayer League).
A civil war destroyed the nation, and thousands of children are orphaned and living on the streets without support, supervision or schooling. We work to restore hope and well-being for some of these, being essential for the future of the nation. Volunteers with skills for child care are welcomed. Christ’s Restoration Ministries.
Based in Liberia, West Africa, we seek mission partners from evangelical organizations and individuals of good will. We invite churches, pastors, teachers, revivalists, and seminar leaders to work with us. Volunteers can also work with our orphans, children and youth ministries.