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HEALTH CARE

The most significant medical work supported by EBM INTERNATIONAL is the medical service in North Cameroon. This network of facilities includes three medical centres, an eye clinic, two hospitals and a pharmacy. This work is one of the last projects to have been completely handed over to local staff in 2012. Today all our projects are managed locally. This allows the work begun by missionaries in Africa to be continued in a sustainable way.

In India too, medical aid for the poor has always been a core element of the work in the projects. The spectrum now ranges from mobile eye camps, in which people are examined and treated in their villages, to ultramodern hospitals. A common feature of all the projects is that funds are used to provide free treatment for the poorest of the poor.

Eye Clinics and Camps in India

Eye Clinics and Camps in India

Poverty is the main reason for blindsight and disability. The factors responsible for that are natural disasters, malnutrition, lack of clean water, bad hygienic conditions, and a lack of medical care. We are helping our Indian partners so they can offer free medical treatment.
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Clinic Senga Bay

Clinic Senga Bay

Our member union in Malawi, the Baptist Convention of Malawi (BACOMA), has been running a clinic in Senga Bay for many years located about 100 km east of the capital Lilongwe. EBM INTERNATIONAL has been supporting this work for many years, and since 2014 also its palliative care project.
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Medical Work Northern Cameroon

Medical Work Northern Cameroon

In Cameroon EBM INTERNATIONAL is supporting many medical organizations. In the northern part of the country the Baptist Partner “Union des Églises Baptistes” (UEBC) is in charge of seven different establishments, with our missionary Sarah Bosniakowski in the hospital in Garoua.
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Medical Work Sierra Leone

Medical Work Sierra Leone

Our partner convention in Sierra Leone is the Baptist Convention of Sierra Leone (BCSL). They are maintaining three clinics and a project for blind people, the Blind Rehabilitation Project (BRP). Beside the clinics in Kassirie and Nonkoba there is a big eye clinic located in Lunsar.
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CHILDREN AT RISK

RELIEF WORK

CAPACITY BUILDING

CHURCH DEVELOPMENT