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Christians face persecution in more than 60 countries. Today, with persecution against Christians greater than ever before, we continue Richard Wurmbrand's mission to equip and support the persecuted church and act as their voice in the free world. Explore the different ways to get involved.

COUNTRIES

Voice of the Martyrs International works in 68 countries.

LIFE PACKS DISTRIBUTED

Over 8,700+ life packs were distributed by Voice of the Martyrs Australia in 2022.

RECENT PROJECTS

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VOMedical Nigeria

The goal of this project is to provide medical care for over 2,000 people including: ⦁ Persecuted Christians suffering from over two decades of recurrent attacks on their homes, ...

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VOMedical Egypt: Mobile Medical Clinics

Each year we fund mobile medical clinics in Egypt. In 2023, five clinics were run in different villages in Upper Egypt and Alexandria. The clinics have two objectives, firstly to provide medical ca...

Christmas Care Vietnam

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CHRISTMAS CARE : Vietnam

Christmas Care packs were provided to 397 children of persecuted Christian families. The Christians living in these areas are poor and often face discrimination because of their faith. They frequently...

THE GLOBAL NEED

Christians face persecution in more than 60 countries. Today, with persecution against Christians greater than ever before, we continue Richard Wurmbrand’s mission to equip and support the persecuted church and act as their voice in the free world. The map selected movements of Christians displaced by war and persecution.

STORIES OF PERSECUTED CHRISTIANS

Mathayo Kachili

February 2013 As soon as Generosa said goodbye to her husband, Mathayo Kachili, she headed back to the kitchen to take care of the rice she was boiling for her twelve kids' brekkie. The couple's four-month-old bub, strapped to her back, made happy sounds as Generosa stirred a pot of strong black te

Twenty-One Christians Martyred by ISIS

February 2015 The widely publicised video of Islamic militants executing twenty-one Christians on a beach in Libya was a horrifying event that garnered global attention. All but one of the victims were Coptic Christians from Egypt. The militants, pledging loyalty to the self-proclaimed Islamic Stat

Their Mom Was Killed for Her Faith

“We are a team that is playing with the shortage of a very key player,” Khaled told a VOM worker. “We are really tired.” Khaled rejected his Muslim faith on Sept. 11, 2001. What kind of religion, he wondered that day, celebrates the killing of 3,000 people? Later he began to read the Bibl