Global Ministries Partners Working with Refugees, Migrants, and Immigration issues

The challenges experienced by immigrants, migrants, and refugees are many and the causes of global forced migration are diverse. Thankfully, there are many Global Ministries partners who are ministering to these communities. Below, listed by geographic area, you will find a list of partners whose work includes ministering to immigrants, migrants, and refugees. 

A current list of Global Ministries partners working with refugees, migrants, and immigration issues:

Africa

All Africa Council of Churches Kenya
Christian Council of Ghana:  Ghana
National Council of Churches of Kenya Kenya

East Asia & the Pacific

Fukushima Immigrant Women Support Network United Church of Christ in Japan
My Sister's Place  Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea
The Pacific Conference of Churches Fiji
Sungram Migrant Workers House: Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea

Latin America & the Caribbean

Centro Romero Mexico
Mennonite Social Commission (CASM) Honduras
Roots in the Ruins Institute for Intercultural Study and Research, Mexico
Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries Mexico

Middle East & Europe

Refugee Ministry Reformed Church in Hungary
Department of Service to Palestinian Refugees: Middle East Council of Churches
Forum for Development, Culture, and Dialogue (FDCD) in Lebanon
Relief for Displaced Syrians Orthodox initiative, Forum for Development, Culture, and Dialogue, National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon
Youth and Community Center in Jordan Orthodox initiative
W2WW Morocco Project Evangelical Protestant Church in Morocco
Perichoresis Evangelical Church of Greece
Mediterranean Hope The Waldensian Church in Italy

Southern Asia

Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh Bangladesh
Darjeeling Tibetan Refugee Center and Tibetan Children's Village India

To learn more about current projects working with immigrants, migrants, and refugees, please contact the Office of Resource Development at gifts@dom.disciples.org or (317) 713-2555.


Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.