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GMMN celebrates 6 years anniversary

GMMN advert Founded in December 2008, Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses Inc. is celebrating its 6 years anniversary with various activities across the province of Palawan.

It has been supporting community healthcare projects in Barangay Santo Nino and Barangay Simpocan, Puerto Princesa City, both are located at the West Coast of the Island Province of Palawan. Aside from these, GMMN also supported gift giving activity in the Island Barangay of Pag-asa, Municipality of Kalayaan with beneficiaries of 30 elementary pupils, and the outreach program at the Municipality of Aborlan, Palawan, giving “tsinelas” to 600 people with disabilities (PWD), organized by Music Suites “Footnote Project” in coordination with the Department of Social Welfare and Development: CSWD(PPC) and MSWD(Aborlan), Municipality of Aborlan, and Federation of PWD (Aborlan).

GMMN is looking forward for more projects this 2015. It aims to partner with various organizations in providing free healthcare services, and safety and health education in rural and remote areas. It will be providing free training on health and safety and disaster management in partnership with Petrosphere Learning Systems Inc.

For more inquiries with regards to project partnership and how to volunteer, you may e-mail Ryan Pablo (project lead coordinator) at

Thank you and God bless us all! 🙂


Nurses needed this 2013

Missionary Nurses

We are in need of missionary-minded nurses who are committed and compassionate to work in depressed areas of Palawan. This is under the Mission Field Batch IV. Training will start on February 24, 2013.

Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses (GMMN) is a group comprising of young Seventh Day Adventist nurses whose goal is to reach out with open arms and bring more smiles. We are not a big group, as you may expect. We are just a group of friends collaborating in wanting to make a difference.

Applicants for mission field must be:
– Filipino
– Has the spirit of altruism
– Willing to work under pressure and minimum allowance
– Flexible and willing to travel
– Must be active in church
– Must be physically and mentally fit
– Must be emotionally and spiritually equipped to face challenges
– etc.

GMMN is also in need of a Puerto Princesa based teacher (with or without license) willing to teach part time as an ALS teacher for the street kids.

If interested please contact Jaspere at +639152815100 or send your CV/resume along with you application letter to addressed to Harthwell C. Capistrano, BSN, RN.

Thank you! Hope to see you on the field soon.

For more info you can log in at or add us at our FB page “Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses”

3rd Batch Missionary Nurses’ Induction and Training

Be a missionary nurse!

It’s not about being popular nor getting a high paying salary. It’s all about service to humanity, sacrificially and wholeheartedly, with an aim to alleviate suffering, giving hope and care.

Since 2008, we have helped almost 15,000 Filipinos through our different programs and services, and most of them were being managed and helped by our nurses who have been working in rural areas in the island-province of Palawan.

For one year, these nurses are employed and housed together by two, working in one project site, doing community health nursing, emergency managements, referrals, health education and among others.

This will be an exciting opportunity to our nurses, who want to be trained and exposed in community health care set-up. This work will even be credited to their resume as professional nurse experience.

Interested nurses may e-mail his or her resume to:, Asahel Catap, GMMN Chief Operations Officer on or before 29th of February 2012. The training, which is free, will start on the last  week of June 2012 at Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. #

More challenges for 2012

GMMN celebrates 3rd year anniversary

Missionary nurses join Children’s Health Congress

BAGUIO CITY – Together with the close to thousand kids, guardians and parents in the North Philippine Union Conference, officers and field nurse missionaries of the Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses attended the NPUC’ s Children Health Congress held at Navy Base Road, Baguio City, April 15-19, 2010.

Pastor Abe T. Carpena, health ministries director of the Southern Asia Pacific Division talked on the topic, “The generation of endangered species.” He emphasized various needs of the children in today’s fast paced world. These needs must be met in order to prevent them from getting into what we call a “dysfunction society.”

In order to raise healthy kids for Jesus, Pastor Abe pointed out that parental closeness must be developed, encourage these children to be involved in positive activities, encourage positive peer pressure, build up a shaky self-image, promote sexual, drug, and alcohol restraint, promote a positive school environment, help to foster a spiritual life, and be an example of healthy lifestyle.

“Let us rescue these children,” Pastor Abe said.

Missionary nurses coming from different places in the Philippines help in assessing hundreds of children during their physical check-ups in the Baguio Adventist Clinic.

Four of these nursing are coming to Palawan next month to start their one year community exposure serving in two different projects, municipalities of Brooke’s and Aborlan.

Jerrani N. Abando, Efraim M. Niñalga, Jaspere John E. Delos Reyes, and BJ L. Paredes are the four nurses who are joining the field project.

Also present was Alison R. Rivera, president of GMMN, and Harthwell C. Capistrano, program director of the Mission Field Project.

With the theme, Healthy Children for Jesus, the event was led by Dr. Lhalaine C. Alfanoso, director of the health ministries department, NPUC. Mrs. Cynthia M. Faigao, health director of the Palawan Adventist Mission, and several other health and children’s directors in the Union joined the event.

Youth Lead Camp 2010

Thousands of Adventist and non-Adventist youths attended this year’s Lead Camp held at the Adventist University of the Philippines, March 31-April 4, 2010, with emphasis on Leadership and Evangelism for Adventist Youth Development.

Asahel Catap, youth district leader of Area 3 (Tarlac and Pampanga), and Jeffrelton Pedro, from Laoag City, were among the thousand attendees in the said event. The two are members of the Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses, Inc. Also present was Harthwell C. Capistrano, program director of the Mission Field Project.

Different seminar lectures were held in various designated venues. Each day started with a morning devotional and closed with an evening devotional at the Philippine International Church.

Among the speakers were Pastor Jobbie Yabut, SSD Youth director, Pastor Arnel Gabin, and among others.

We are hiring missionary nurses!

We are in need of six registered nurses who are willing to work as missionary nurses in the Philippines for at least one year or longer. With humble stipend and benefits. Work sites are exciting and filled with adventures. Please check, for details. Email your resume/cv to: and