MISSION FIELD PROJECT
While the busy streets of the urban life envelope our eyes, we might forget the life in the rural, more so in far-flung areas where assistance on health, education, physical and spiritual needs have never reached. There are children who are unschooled, malnourished, and sadly, underdeveloped. This is probably due to lack of resources for them to utilize.
For many years, various independent missionary groups have scoured the mountains. Many even spared their blood just to carry out their highest goals—to reach the unreachable and share what they have to share. However, not all of these places have been fully traversed and immersed with. There are still, many, plenty, waiting for our help.
This is primarily the reason why Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses, Inc. (GMMN) existed. And that is to walk on less traveled roads, maybe miles and miles away, to visit and be with the community of indigenous or non-indigenous people who are in dire need of health, education, physical and spiritual help and support.
For one year and longer, nurses will be immersed in the selected community and work with the locales to conduct various activities and projects to maintain and support their health, physical and spiritual well being. They may coordinate with local government units and other private entities to hold free medical missions, such as consultations, free medicine supplies, dental check-up, circumcisions, and other feasible procedures.
This program will be initially implemented in the Philippines and ultimately in other countries worldwide. GMMN may also engage with exchange program with other partner organizations worldwide. Funding support will be raised through direct solicitations, Internet promotions, funding agencies, and other possible ways and means.