Supporting the poor and marginalised to help gain access to healthcare
Relieves and prevents the suffering of patients and their families who are affected by life threatening illnesses
Providing care for prisoners in the local prison through a medical clinic.
Using a building to offer medical care, support and an escape for a community recovering from communist rule.
The Boys’ Brigade seek to establish educational and medical centres in Uganda
Providing medical help to those who cannot afford it. Our support is channelled through Breadline Moldova.
Providing healthcare and education to a seriously damaged health system
Providing medical care and support to those who are disabled. Our support is sent through European Partners in Christ.
Offering a safe place to children who live in a poverty-stricken area with growing danger
Medical care and support for those who have no money to pay for medical attention.
Improving maternal and child emotional, physical, mental and social well-being among single women/girls with crisis pregnancies in Cambodia.
Transforming the lives of women who are involved in the sex trade in Bulawayo.
Supporting and educating marginalised groups to improve their health and community living
With so many people needing medical attention, shipments of equipment is vital.
A new clinic has been built to reduce infant and neonatal mortality and reduce malnutrition
Giving access to medical care and support for minority groups
They are involved in supporting the blind, orphans, the widows and the very poor people in the villages and mountain areas.
Support for orphans and vulnerable children by providing spiritual nourishment, education and sustainability
Transforming the lives of vulnerable children and people groups through education, medication and community development
Providing medical care and support to improve people's sight in the poorer areas of Bangladesh.
Based on a philosophy of Christian holistic development
Working to create sustainability in Zimbabwe communities and help the church long-term through training and support.
A wonderful testimony of the work Helping Hands are doing in Mozambique to support children with disabilities.
An update from Nepal Leprosy Trust concerning the situation with COVID-19.
An update from the team at Lifeline Malawi, the ongoing struggles of COVID and opportunities of sharing the gospel.
An update from the ALF about the work they have been doing over the past year and ways we can be praying.
The latest update from ACET, showing how the Shining Star project has helped to remove women from the sex trade over the past year.
A look into the work of Vision for Bangladesh, who support those living in extremely poor situations who require eye treatment.
An update from the staff at Lifeline Malawi in preparing for COVID, new medical ventures and coping with difficult situations.
An honest look into the lives of mission workers Brian & Debbie Howden, serving in Angola.
A look into the work of Vision for China who offer support to marginalised groups of society in a variety of different ways.
Roger Prime from Zimbabwe Partnership Trust gives an insight into the work they're doing in the local communities to provide healthcare to those in need.
One story of a woman's life who has been changed thanks to the work of Mother's Heart Organisation, Cambodia.
Emanuel Clinic are looking for ways to support the most needy during the pandemic
Find out how the team have responded to COVID-19 in very creative ways to support the local community through this pandemic.
Read more about the work of Cambodia Action and how they have continued to support people during COVID-19.
An update from Lifeline Malawi concerning the challenges they are currently facing.
The Shining Star Project, Zimbabwe, reach out to women involved in the sex trade and offer them the opportunity to turn their life around.
A look into the work of New Foundations based in the Niger Delta.
Read how Sozos and Des Sozou serve the underprivileged in India through medical care.
Reflections on Grev Parmenter's medical outreach trip to Sierra Leone.
CMIAid highlight the opportunities God is opening up to share the gospel in this needy country.
Dr David McAdam relays stories of just a few of the people that have been helped by the ministry of the doctors and nurses at Chitokoloki.
Report from Dr Christine Sansom of a trip to help the work of Aurora Christian Association in Romania.
Here Janet Stafford describes how the delay in containers reaching Malawi worked out for the best.
Insight from Dawn Elliot into the work being carried out in Chad.
Read about the new school building opening opportunities for local children.
See how a church in Bosnia is seeking to support the refugees in their community as part of their outreach work.