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  • South Sudan
  • Burundi
  • Liberia
  • Ghana
Registered NGOs
  • 2 clinics in South Sudan
  • Liberia
  • Philippines
  • Ghana

Average 70 missions per year (before the pandemic)


Aligning with the sustainable development goals and understanding the underlying targets, we focus on good health and well-being icon We sent 150 medical missions to several countries with more than 500 doctors in many medical specialties. The missions served 70,000 patients through free consultations, medications, and surgeries. 

Today, we have five running clinics and an online clinic offering patients free consultations. We aim to increase the number of medical centers and mobile clinics.We hold health awareness sessions on HIV, malaria, alcohol intake, and adolescent births. We also focus on providing safe drinking water in countries struggling with this issue.

To achieve quality education, we focus on literacy and ICT skills to train local teachers to be qualified. We provide not only academical curriculums but also life and skills and anti-violence programs.

Currently, we have four on-ground schools including one vocational school. We offer vocational and entrepreneurship programs to empower youth to find employment or launch their own small projects.

We also target gender equality. We work on empowering women with knowledge and vocational skills to help them increase their income. Raising awareness against sexual and domestic violence is another target area. We are proud of our official shelter that rehabilitates individuals subjected to human trafficking in Asia.

As a response to the pandemic, we created many digital platforms to provide online courses and raise awareness through social media channels in each country.

We dream of having at least one on-ground school, clinic, and shelter in each country we target by 2030.

  • Though many challenges exist
  • Local languages
  • Different cultures
  • Regulations 
  • Financial plans
  • And now the pandemic! 

We promise to help underprivileged communities become the best versions of themselves. Through empowering them to address challenges using local knowledge, skills, and resources. 

Gallery of Educational Projects

Educational Service Activities:

  • English Courses
  • Computer courses
  • Summer School
  • After School centers
  • Soft Skills Courses
  • TOT for School teachers
  • Lectures at universities

Gallery of Medical Projects

St. Paul Medical Service is an international charitable service established by the Coptic Orthodox Church. We provide medical care to deprived individuals worldwide through a global network of volunteer healthcare professionals (HCPs). We equally serve people from all nationalities, religions, races, colors, and genders.

  • Surgeries
  • Consultations
  • Health Awareness
  • Community Health Workers
  • Medical education

Gallery of Development Projects

  • Water Wells
  • Agriculture
  • Vocational Training