We envision SIM Nigeria as a community of missionaries supporting and empowering one another for excellence in Christian ministry and influence in Nigeria. SIM Nigeria is committed to facilitating the growth of a spiritually mature, vigorous, and mission-focused church in Nigeria. The recently revitalized ECWA Hospital Egbe is one of the few places where people have the chance to hear the gospel and receive adequate medical care. Thus, the ministry of Egbe Hospital provides an open door to demonstrate the love of Christ in both word and deed.
Medical and Health Ministry
How would you like to use your training in dentistry for the Lord's work? Here is a great opportunity! Community service ministries are a powerful way to show Christ's love in a tangible way. Diospi Suyana is a true mission hospital built for the purpose of evangelizing
the lost. Would you join us?
The Evangelical Medical Center of Lubango (CEML) provides much needed health care to the people of southwestern Angola in Lubango. Our goal is to train health team members, prevent illness where possible, and preach in word and deed the Gospel of Jesus Christ in such a way that a credible testimony of God is given.
The Hope Dental Clinic is a mobile clinic that brings low-cost dental care to those without access. It partners with AIDIA (The Interdenominational Association for the Holistic Development of the Apurimac--a Peruvian Christian organization overseeing Bible translation as well as holistic development of the Apurimac region) to advance the gospel and strengthen struggling churches in remote Quechua villages.
Has God called you to be a nurse? How would you like to use this training in a practical way to reach people with the Gospel?
A missionary nurse can have a huge impact on unnecessary childhood deaths in Bolivia. Infant and childhood mortality in rural Bolivia is the worst of any nation in South America. Communities are crying for help. SIM Bolivia is commited to strengthening its compassionate ministries, especially to the poor in rural and peri-urban areas through intergrated missionary teams. This is an opportunity to combine your gifts with the presentation of the gospel!
If you are a certified health worker, your skills are needed to work in South Sudan where maternal mortality is 2037/100,000 - highest in the world. You will be training local health workers. The health infrastructure of South Sudan has been shattered by years of war and the clinic at Doro where you will be based is a key part of our overall project of "Rebuilding South Sudan: Church and Nation" which includes community health training, community evangelism, basic education, water and sanitation, church leadership training, and a secondary school.
Are you a physician who would love to be involved in the Lord's work? Here is a great opportunity for you!
Diospia Suyana, a 45-bed mission hospital nestled deep in the Andes, needs physicians to serve on a long-term basis. Several specialists and primary care physicians show God's love by attending to about 35,000 patient visits per year.
If you are a licensed Physical Therapist who would love to live your life for others, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
In the new long-term strategy that has been created for the Centre Handicapes en Avant (CHA), we have identified the need to have on staff a fully-qualified Physical Therapist. This post is essential in order to apply for the proper government papers for our work in Mahadaga. You would also advance our work for people with disabilities by providing better care and better training for our in-home case workers and PT aides.
Here is a unique opportunity for medical personnel with experience and training in palliative/hospice care. In partnership with the Good Acts Society in Mongolia, we are reaching out to hurting and dying people and their families in their time of need.
How would you like to use your midwifery skills to serve the Lord among the people of Burkina Faso? SIM's two medical centers in Burkina Faso are seeking qualified medical personnel to minister to an under-served population and to develop their medical services. As the two ministries have grown from small clinics to full medical centers with surgical facilities, the need for personnel has grown faster than we can train new people. The medical centers need capable caregivers who can quickly become contributing members of the team. Will that be you?