Supporting Christian Mission through Healthcare
Our desire is to make Jesus known through our words, actions and attitudes as we help to relieve disease, sickness and suffering.
MMN supports Christian medical mission through healthcare by:
- Providing grants to Christian organisations in many different countries to enable them to do this in their local context. Grants are given to support mission hospitals and clinics, centres helping the disabled and orphans, projects promoting public health education and concerns, and providing assistance to refugees and those affected by natural disasters.
- Shipping medicines, medical aids, equipment and supplies to mission hospitals and clinics primarily to Zambia, Angola and Moldova via container shipments
- Sponsoring doctors, nurses and students in their medical and/or mission training and development both in the UK and overseas
- Encouraging prayerful support for medical mission around the world
MMN has been supporting medical mission since 1922 when a group of doctors had the vision to support their medical colleagues in missionary work overseas by sharing information and prayer material. Over the years the way we have adapted to the changing needs and circumstances of those involved in medical mission but we remain committed to the twin aims of communicating the love of God through Jesus and providing for the alleviation of suffering wherever we can.