Volunteers take Hands of Hope medical supplies in duffel bags on short-term mission trips overseas to meet both critical and chronic needs. Mission teams take supplies to places like Haiti, Ecuador, and Nicaragua.
Every year, a group of Boise doctors take our medical supplies to Northern Thailand to train Karen medics. These medics go into the jungles of Burma (the “Black Zone”) and risk their lives to bring vital medical assistance to Karen villagers fleeing ethnic cleansing.
Partners, like YWAM Ships, set up mobile clinics in remote areas of Papua New Guinea (PNG) to meet the needs of indigenous people, like pulling a tooth under a tree!
Ecuador missionary testimonial: “I wanted to express my gratitude in sending supplies for my short-term medical trip. Hands of Hope definitely helped make our clinics a success. We saw 808 patients in 4.5 days.”