South East Asia | OM World Mission News

Root of poverty

Mak's story is just one example of the effects poverty has on the community in which OM MTI's school at the Thailand-Myanmar border works.

Meeting Mr. Five Million

Yangon, Myanmar :: Logos Hope’s highly anticipated five-millionth visitor arrives in Yangon, Myanmar.

A day in the life of a media missionary

OMNIvision’s Katie Morford provides a look into her life and work during a day of filming in Myanmar.

Real threat of human trafficking

A couple from OM Myanmar are confronted with the real danger of human trafficking within their own four walls.

HIV & AIDS training impacts community

AIDSLink Myanmar Coordinator, Jane*, recently trained almost 400 people in HIV and AIDS in North-Western Myanmar. More training is planned this month.

Changed life through OM's training centre

A young man's life has radically changed since he joined OM Myanmar's Community Development and Leadership Training Centre a month ago.

Orphan shows confidence

An orphan grows in confidence as a result of OM Myanmar's summer programme.

Good reputation in sports opens doors

As a result of relationships established through OM Myanmar's football club, the team was asked to provide announcers for the South East Asia Games.

Teaching orphans practical skills

Over the past 17 years, OM Myanmar has regular supported numerous orphanages in various ways.

Developing ministries

God supplies workers for growing ministries in Myanmar.

A month of sports ministry

March was a busy month for OM Myanmar SportsLink. It included travel to different parts of the country and exciting moments along the way.

Lasting impression

By the end of the two-week outreach amongst university students, children and church members, the OCZ Myanmar team returned home with good memories to share.

New freedom, new changes

Recent change in Myanmar has been rapid, shares the leader of OM Myanmar. But in the midst of new freedom, new challenges abound.

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