Registration is now open for our 2020 Philippine major mission to Romblon (February 10-14) and mini mission to Batangas (February 17-18, 2020). We are able to take only 60 volunteers for Romblon and TBD for Batangas, which we will select by skill order of registration and skill from those who have responded by September 30th.
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MMOM held it’s third annual Guatemala mission trip in and around rural Puruhlá in June. In partnership with Horeb Ministries, it was a huge success and we are excited about the many possibilities of this new relationship in an area of great need. Horeb’s leaders, Erin and Rolando, share our passion for providing free care to the poor, under-served population that they minister to. During three clinic days, our amazing team of 18 volunteers provided surgical, dental, general medical, and vision care to over 1500 individuals.
While in Guatemala, our trip leaders met with representatives of a medical school and a hospital in nearby Coban, and with another hospital in Guastatoya. All of these meetings were positive and provide us opportunities to expand our impact in the area.
Thank you to everyone who participated in and supported this mission!
2020 Guatemala mission dates will be posted in the Fall of this year.
In our second mission to Huehuetenango, we served over 2,000 patients, more than doubling our numbers from 2017. In addition we donated 100 water filters and built a home for a family on the outskirts of Antigua.
The biggest challenge of all, the Mayon volcano, cooperated. As you may already know, the volcano erupted again after we left Sorsogon. I am happy that many of you had a chance to relax in beautiful beaches, seen the beautiful sites of Philippines, and enjoyed the shopping and nightlife of Manila. The fond memories are still fresh. That feeling of satisfaction from making a difference in the lives of many, friendships made, education enhanced and lessons learned still linger nicely in our minds. As with past missions, the MMOM USA 2018 Medical Missions in Sorsogon and Calauag have been successfully completed despite having the smallest team ever for a major mission. The total number of patients treated by both missions is 2,574.View Photos