(Belmopan, Belize) Provides residential care for children in difficult circumstances regardless of their social status, culture, race or religious belief. The children are all taught to think of themselves as princes and princess, as they are the children of the King of kings.
7-10 day trips to various Central and South American countries. We can use any individuals with health care training in our clinics. We provide a wide range of services and medicines, all free of charge. We work with a local church in the country. Affiliated with Independent Baptist 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.
Caring for children and adolescents in situations of risk. Because of its exceptional work the home has been designated the municipal child shelter by the mayor’s office, from which it receives limited support. The name in Portuguese is Lar Cristão de Assistência a Menores.
(Cascais, Oeiras and Sintra, Portugal) We serve an immigrant community (mostly from South America, Africa and Eastern Europe) in a poor area of Portugal. We are reaching those the world despises with Christian education in English (which is valued here) to families who could never afford it. Pray about your role in this breath-taking ministry. We need Pre-Primary/Kindergarten, 3rd/4th grade, 7th-9th grade certificated teachers proficient in English. Association for Christian Education in Portugal.
Not necessarily Christian (formerly known as Andean Rural Health Care – ARHC). We provide primary health care and practical health education to women of reproductive age and children under five years living in rural and semi-urban communities throughout the Americas. Latin America’s highest mortality statistics traditionally come from within those two population groups. We work primarily in Bolivia, Guatemala, Haiti and Mexico. Health professional volunteers should be fluent in Spanish.
When you join with Costner Medical Missions, you have the opportunity to change lives in South America. CMM actively seeks volunteers, both medical and non-medical, to help with our medical mission adventures. Not only do we seek participants for trips, we also seek financial contributions to make our work possible.
In addition to providing life-changing care, CMM gives you the opportunity to experience first-hand, the beauty and adventures of South America.
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.
Water Step (formerly known as EdgeOutreach) primarily focuses on training people for helping developing countries address issues such as sanitation and the lack of clean water. In addition, Water Step offers affordable technology products that deal with a variety of purification needs. Water Step operates in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
eXperience Israel is a spiritual pilgrimage designed for young adults. This two-week endeavor to the homeland of Yeshua will help solidify the foundations of your faith and provide life-changing encounters with God, His Land, and His People that will benefit you for years to come. Affiliated with Chosen People Ministries
If you are a “master” teacher, you can impact disadvantaged children in Belize by volunteering for our annual Teacher Training Conference where we help rural teachers become better educators. Ages: College and older. Contact PathLight International at email@example.com or 925-426-PATH (7284). Interdenominational.
CardioStart International is a volunteer group of heart care professionals and interested friends who have arranged for 55 medical mission trips in 27 developing countries. Their main goal is to teach local doctors and nurses advanced cardiac care. More volunteers are welcome to apply — visit the CardioStart website for additional information.
(MMI) All flavors of health care professionals, translators, techs, fix-it people, general helpers, and spouses welcomed. Summer projects are planned so families can bring teenagers. Dozens of destinations around the world.
We have over 65 one and two-week project opportunities for you and your family every year to destinations around the globe. We welcome physicians, surgeons, dentists, nurses, techs, students, optometrists, counselors, health educators, prayer walkers, general helpers, and other health care workers. Come serve the poor with spiritual and physical health care.
We welcome physicians, surgeons, dentists, nurses, techs, students, optometrists, counselors, health educators, prayer walkers, general helpers, and other health care workers. Come to any of dozens of countries around the world to serve the poor with spiritual and physical health care.
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.