Last January 16-24, 2018, Medical Ambassadors Philippines, Inc. through the partnership of First Baptist Church of Vallejo USA, as a result of an ocular visit last 2017 to Faith Home in Mae sot, Thailand, held a Primary Health Care and Emergency First Response Training among the workers and missionaries here and their other partner NGOs/individuals.
Last December 2017, the annual Christmas Overflow was held in our Tagalog-Dumagat community. We thank everyone who prayed forand supported this program that aims to share the overflow of God’s blessing to our brethren, that they may also experience the tangible grace and love from God through Jesus Christ. Here is a short video ofContinue reading Overflow 2017
We are happy to report to you what Medical Ambassadors Philippines had accomplished in 2017. Hilgendorf Memorial Center, Aguinaldo– our MAP nurses conducted a seminar on Child Sexual Abuse Seminar attended by 60 participants representing different government agencies such as DOH (Nurse, Midwife, BHWs); DepEd (School teachers); and the DSWD. It was held at theContinue reading Year End Report 2017
We praise the Lord for the success of Medical Ambassadors Philippines’ 2nd Family health Workers’ Convention held at Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary last November 7-10, 2017. 68 Family Health Workers from our different communities and churches joined the event. We thank everyone who supported this event. To God be the glory! For the highlights ofContinue reading 2nd Family Health Workers’ Convention
“DALUYAN” (Vessel) — Operation Samaria 2017 of Medical Ambassadors Philippines, Inc. was held last May 23 to June 3, 2017 at Southern Palawan. The team was composed of 3 medical doctors, 3 dentists, 3 nurses, 2 medical students and 2 from education-related professions who all served the Molbog Tribe through medical mission, health teaching, andContinue reading Operation Samaria 2017: DALUYAN// Short Video
According to the Global Tuberculosis Control 2016, WHO, Geneva, last 2016, Philippines is included in the 48 Tuberculosis High Burden Countries, listed under Multiple Drug Resistant TB (normal TB drugs don’t work anymore), ranking 7th in total incidence last 2015 (tbfacts.org). It remains to be among the top 10 causes of death as well inContinue reading Finding Our Niche
After several years of praying, God opened a door for MAP to go beyond its borders and reach out to the southernmost part of Palawan Island. This was also the first time that Operation Samaria reached out to one of the M tribes in the country, the Molbog tribe. They are an M cultural minority,Continue reading Operation Samaria 2017: Daluyan
It has been a prayer of MAP to serve a least-reached people group here in the Philippines. When MAP learned about the Mangyan tribe having 8 sub groups and one of them has no viable church yet, MAP started to pray for this tribe . The Bangon Mangyans live along the Bongabon river called BinagawContinue reading Reaching The Bangon Tribe of Mindoro
After our week-long Surgical Mission held in RUR Hospital in Bongabong, Joy’s family hosted us in their humble house in the middle of the rice fields. We stayed there for two nights and did ocular survey in the nearby village in planning to reach the Bangon Tribe- the last unreached people group of the Mangyans.
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