Active in Africa, South America, the Caribbean, and in some impoverished areas of the United States, Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM) seeks to help veterinarians serve others and live out their Christian faith through their profession. Veterinarians, vet techs, and veterinary students live and work alongside small farmers to encourage them and provide them with the knowledge, skills, and resources to care for their livestock and other animals. CVM has both long and short-term mission trips.
Use ESL to help plant churches among unreached Muslim peoples. Work with Muslims in one of 38 countries in Asia, the Arab world, and Africa as part of a church planting team. In some situations, most expenses are paid.
Evangelism, sports, literature, prayer walks, teach English, reach children, medical and dental projects. Assist long-term workers planting churches among Muslims in Africa, the Arab world and Asia including Afghanistan. Teams go for 3-10 weeks: North Caucasus, S.E. Asia (Bike and ministry team), East Africa (refugees), North Africa (prayer, evangelism) Europe and the Middle East (1-800-462-8436 for more). Individual opportunities for nannies and home school teachers (1 to 12 months), and 1-year internships (church planting or office work).
Medical/surgical clinics, eye clinics, OB/GYN, pediatrics and dental projects in Muslim countries. Short term projects in cooperation with Medical Ministry International. Long term doctors, dentists and nurses join church planting teams in Muslim countries, including Afghanistan. 1-800-462-8436.
Agricultural development projects in many Muslim countries of Asia, the Arab world, and Africa. Use your skills to help plant churches among unreached Muslim peoples. Be part of a team meeting the physical and spiritual needs of Muslims. Afghanistan opportunities.
Veterinarians, technicians and veterinary students have the opportunity to work overseas for one week to six months periods, usually at the site of a current CVM long-term project. 1-(905) 304-6146
World Concern is a team of passionate humanitarians, striving to create lasting, sustainable change in the lives of those living in extreme poverty. World Concern’s efforts reach deep into the most remote corners of the planet, where climate and geography, societal instability and scarce infrastructure create incredible challenges to the people living there.