A New Year with New Hope!

Greetings from all of us here at Medical Ambassadors International. May this New Year be one full of hope and God’s presence for you and your family. We have a […]

Malaria Control Project Cast Study Nigeria

Various intervention on malaria eradication/reduction in Africa communities in the past has been hampered by the exclusion of various indigenous factors such as life-style of the people, uniqueness of the […]

Covid Relief Response in Indonesia

Indonesia is facing new challenges as the COVID 19 delta variant began spreading in June and made the country a new epicentre of the pandemic. Many sectors have been affected. […]

A Garden on Barren Land

When we moved to Ripon several years ago, farmers in our church proudly told us that the soil was excellent for planting crops. My experience with developing micro watersheds on […]

The battle against COVID-19 continues…

The COVID-19 crisis continues to keep us fully engaged all over the world! This month we would like to provide you with a quick update about our battle with COVID-19. […]

180° Change!

The Covid-19 outbreak is a global phenomenon. Even small children can explain the virus graphic, although they cannot understand why their parents are keeping them from going out to meet […]

Medical Ambassadors International on COVID-19

At Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) we build relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together we work to heal communities both physically and spiritually. Many of the vulnerable people we serve are currently faced with the challenge of navigating COVID-19.

They didn’t trust us

Many women have never learned how valuable they are in God’s eyes until they experienced a Women’s Cycle of Life (WCL) training. Genet in Ethiopia and says, “The men have […]

Nigerian Crisis—Women and Children In Need!

Women and children were among the nearly 250 people violently killed in a recent attack in the Plateau State of Nigeria by Fulani herdsmen against predominantly Christian farming communities. Twelve […]