In southern Sudan, one of Africa’s harshest places, a compound outside of Yei, lives are being changed and hope is being realized through the love of Jesus Christ. We need short- and long-term help. We particularly need teams skilled in construction, medicine and dentistry.
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.
(Sudan) Providing Christ-centered hope and healing for the people of Southern Sudan, mainly through partnership with like-minded organizations and individuals who share our desire for fulfilling the Great Commission and delivering help for suffering brothers and sisters in Christ. Work alongside us as part of a short-term mission trip. Contact us for current, longer term openings.
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.
Make Way Partners’ primary focus is the prevention of trafficking in humans from the countries of origin, while educating and mobilizing the Body of Christ in the countries of destination and transit. We in the West are the primary countries of destination, as well as, the benefactors of many services from these slaves. There are a lot of things you can do to combat human trafficking. You can donate your time, make a financial contribution, become a prayer partner, go on a mission trip, do a fundraiser, or invite a Make Way Partners representative to speak in your church or community.
Down-to-earth medical services mission with a majority of a 40-year effort placed on training African people to care for their own health care needs. We serve refugees, blind and lame, orphans, those with AIDS, and tropical diseases. Current work in Eritrea, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya. Our medical programs focus on primary health care and preventive medicine.
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.
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.
We offer a dynamic approach to helping orphans throughout the world by establishing church-based Hope Centers. These centers are safe places for children who have lost one or both parents. We are looking for volunteers to teach English for the orphaned children in India. Non-denominational.
Trips in India, Nepal, Turkey, and Sudan, allow you to participate in God’s work of salvation among the nations. Trips range from one week to six months. Evangelism, pastoral training, leadership training, children’s and youth ministry, literature distribution, and caring for the underprivileged. Non-denominational.
Serves villages in South Sudan focusing on community development. We’re building an Outreach Center to house a medical clinic, vision care center and pharmacy. Construction volunteers with and without experience are welcome: several openings for 2-week teams in 2008. Contact Mark Purington for details.
Join teams of volunteers around the world building playgrounds, distributing meals or providing flannel graph training, all while sharing the Word of God. No special skills required, terrific opportunities for all. Trips average one week each. Haiti, Botswana, Cape Town, Chile, Kenya, Poland, Guatemala, Zambia, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, more. Affiliated with Campus Crusade.
Since 1944, World Relief has been helping victims of poverty, famine, and disease in nearly 50 countries. Health and child survival, assisting women, microloans to help small businesses, disaster relief, refugee care and resettlement, and helping with the HIV/AIDS crisis are their major areas of emphasis.
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.
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.
(RCAR) (Affiliated with LALMBA)
Like a tidal wave, the number of orphans in Africa has engulfed us. Many of these children are left orphaned when both parents die from AIDS. They may live on the streets or with elderly relatives, some of whom are blind or disabled. We care for hundreds of these children and the numbers continue to grow. We work in Eritrea, Sudan, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Can you come help us?
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.
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.
Physicians, Public Health Workers, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners / PA’s, Mid-Wives, Administrators. Afghanistan, Angola, Bosnia/Croatia, Burundi, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, USA. Orthopedic Surgeons, Pediatricians, Primary Care Specialists, Emergency Medicine Specialists, and Family Practice Physicians are often in demand. Longer-term positions are typically fully-paid.
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