As missionaries, we raise our own funding. You may help in filling the gaps by supporting our income-generating projects. Not only you help support our missionaries, but also the communities we are serving. Oikos Coffee, Celebrate Life, and Kathang Iraya are Income Generating Project of missionaries. These are advocacies that aim to uplift the communities’Continue reading You can help our communities!
We praise God for the Dental Mission held at Sitio Mungos and Bgy. Hagan, Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro in partnership with United Evangelical Church of the Philippines (UECP), and MCTV Novaliches. We were able to serve 110 dental patients and 45 medical patients from Bangon and Buhid tribe. We praise God for Ptr. Willy Cheng whoContinue reading Serving with A Smile
Thank you for being part of Operation Samaria! video by: Precious Melad, MD
What does a MAP Nurse do? Video by: Precious Melad, MD
Medical Ambassadors Philippines ministers to underserved indigenous communities. To minister more effectively, we need community doctors to serve alongside our nurses. We are thankful for our partner doctors who have been part of the ministry. Video by Precious Melad, MD
photos/ video clips by: Zeyn Afuang Precious Melad, MD Video by: Precious Melad, MD Narration by: Maki Bajit
This is Teacher Linda of Barangay Jacmal Day Care Center, a humble learning space here in Ifugao. With the little salary that they receive, they selflessly use it to buy teaching materials, and supplies needed by their pupils. You can partner with them by donating writing workbooks, room decorations, school materials, and toys for theseContinue reading Buhay Guro sa Jacmal, Ifugao
Every year Medical Ambassadors Philippines Inc. is conducting a medical mission exposure trip that aims to mobilize leaders from medical and non-medical professionals and students. The goal of Operation Samaria (OS) is to immerse volunteers in cross-cultural missions and bless the community through health services, health education, and vacation bible school for children. This year’sContinue reading OPERATION SAMARIA 2018: CROSS OVER