From The Field

Opportunity in Sierra Leone

My name is Kayla Hatch, and I am from Iowa, USA. I have lived in Sierra Leone, West Africa since September 2012. My father started a ministry in Sierra Leone when I was 14 and I have been visiting here almost every year since I was 16. When I was 17, I felt called to Sierra Leone long term and decided to get an education in nursing. ... Read More

Opportunity in South Sudan

A large health program for SIM (Serving in Mission) in Doro, Upper Nile State, South Sudan needs midwives. We are looking for some long-term missionary midwives to work in the maternity clinic. Our current missionary midwife is leaving to get married and our Kenyan midwifery paid staff is limited due to lack of program finances. ... Read More

Midwife in Haiti

Midwifery on the mission field is a true picture of caring for the whole person; body, mind and spirit. Being with a woman in some of life’s most vulnerable moments strategically places us in moments where we can show Christ’s love in some of the most tangible and palpable ways. His love becomes so increasingly evident when marginalized women receive loving, gentle ... Read More

Midwife Opportunity in Mozambique

Looking for a Christian missionary midwife (nurse-midwife/CPM) to join a small team at a charity medical clinic in central Mozambique. Minimum of 6 month commitment. Must raise own support. Opportunities in medical as well as midwifery care, outreach, evangelism, and administration. Must be willing to learn Portuguese/Chitetwe. ... Read More

Tabuk, Philippines

After completing my practical midwifery training in the Philippines, I decided to move here and continue working as a midwife. I wrote my board exam in 2005, got my CPM credential and moved permanently to the Province of Kalinga in the northern Philippines in 2006. Because of my love for the people in this area as well as the obvious need for maternity care for the tribal ... Read More

From Missionary Midwives to the Philippines

“When you are living a life completely sold out to what God has in store for you…Expect the Unimaginable! Unimaginable for me 3 years ago was moving to the other side of the world to learn and study and serve as a midwife in the Philippines. Unimaginable was the stark reality of poverty, suffering, and death that millions of women face during childbirth. ... Read More