The largest and best-known orphanage in Zambia needs volunteer health care persons from time to time. Kasisi can offer food and accommodation. (Operated by the Little Sisters of Mary Immaculate, a Polish Catholic order.)
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.
(Zambia) 200 beds divided between 7 separate inpatient wards for general medical/surgical, maternity (1,300 – 1400 deliveries a year), acute paediatrics, malnutrition, isolation, and TB. In addition, there is an active out-patient department and numerous support services. Students interested in electives should firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides missionaries and national health care workers with equipment, technical assistance, manuals, and supplies. Has shipped more than twenty million dollars worth of new and renovated medical equipment. Volunteers and staff install and repair equipment, develop and train in equipment operation and maintenance procedures, and providing instruction in operating room procedures, infection control and sterilization in hospital environments.
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.
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.
(HFL) A unique organization committed to facilitating opportunities for people to know the power and presence of Jesus Christ through worship and worldwide compassion. Our projects have included water wells in Africa, orphan care in Haiti, relief supplies for Zambians, relief for Hurricane Katrina victims, and family care in the Ukraine.
Come for a short term, intern, or long term stay. We live among the poorest of the poor, caring for orphans, planting simple, indigenous churches, appropriate development in sustainable manner. We live in rural Zambia. Can you teach in a school? Encourage orphans in our orphan home? Stay in tents on the Zambezi River? This is yours!
(Lusaka, Zambia, Africa) Zambia has one of the worst HIV/AIDS epidemics in the world. Approximately 34% of Zambian children under the age of 15 years are orphans for this reason. We care for over 153 orphans, 30 are residents at the orphanage. We need volunteer teachers in Pre-school to Grade 7, as well as other professionals. Email Mr. Gutinyu.
We seek to serve missionaries on the field through short-term cross-cultural trips for teaching, construction and medical work. Work in Nepal, Albania, Philippines, India, Mexico, Cuba, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, South Africa, Lesotho, Senegal, Zambia, Congo.
We plan and operate mission trips to Africa for Church, youth group, college, and medical teams, and individuals. You must have a willing heart to spread the gospel, and be 16 years old or older. Visit areas such as Wild Coast and Cape Town (South Africa), Swaziland, Mozambique, Lake Malawi, Zambia, more.
(Zambia) 86 orphans and at-risk children who are provided with a solid education and support in small Christian home family units. These children need not remain victims of their circumstances. With the right education and good opportunities our children will become model citizens and leaders of the next generation. Volunteers are urged to contact us.
(Kitwe, Zambia) This school was formed to help kids who have lost or are losing parents as result of HIV/AIDS related diseases, to get schooling. We have about 350 kids from nursery to grade 7. We really need the skills of teachers and medical staff and builders.
(Kitwe, Zambia) This ministry helps the poorest children in the city of Kitwe, by providing them with food, clothes, good health and education. Most are orphans. Volunteers are most welcome, especially teachers, health workers and construction workers. Part of My Redeemer Lives Christian Ministry.
Children in poverty-stricken communities like Kitwe, Zambia are often left to fend for themselves and eventually end up dropping out of school. Without an education or vocational training, many kids have little hope to break the poverty cycle.
Lifesong Zambia is one of the best schools in the city. It embraces all areas of the children’s needs: academic achievement, two nutritious meals daily, health care, Bible-based curriculum, spiritual growth, and an increased understanding of English.
We also seek to create business opportunities for our student’s parents and caregivers by providing small micro-business loans and jobs on our strawberry farms.
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.
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.
Serving in 22 developing countries, Medical Ministry International (MMI) provides healthcare professionals with international short-term mission opportunities. “MMI is committed to meet the need for medical care among the world’s poor with lasting solutions through excellence in medicine, patient care, and education.” Medical equipment,supplies and eyeglasses are received in their warehouse in Parkesburg, Pennsylvania for mission activities. See “Get Involved” and “Current Needs” on the MMI website.