Thanks to the generous support of people like you VOM Australia is able to complete an average of 155 projects each year. We would like to extend our thanks to you on behalf of staff and volunteers at VOM and the persecuted church which we serve.
We are committed to providing high standards of accountability to our donors via our annual ‘Impact Report’ and regular project updates. There are some project updates that we keep confidential, due to security and safety concerns, but we post what we can.
“My name is Mashingil Philemon of Rugu community, Gashish, Barkin Ladi LGA, Plateau State, Nigeria. I am married and have four children. I was a successful farmer. “On 23 June 2018, I was sitting with my friend; we were talking with one another. Suddenly we heard...read more
Christians in Pakistan face difficulty, discrimination and persecution because of their Christian identity. Making up just 1.8% of the population, they are relegated to the lowest, dirtiest, most menial jobs. Christians are among the most impoverished in Pakistan and...read more
The Boko Haram Islamic extremist group and Fulani Islamic militants regularly attack Christians throughout northern Nigeria and nearly all Christians in the region have lost family members to violence. The effects on the surviving victims of these attacks can be...read more
In Egypt, Christians often struggle to receive proper medical care in Muslim-controlled hospitals and clinics, and some are even unable to access them at all. Systemic discrimination including limited access to education and jobs results in poverty, leaving access to...read more
Voice of the Martyrs, together with our supporters, helps fund a discipleship care and training project in Jos, Nigeria. The project, managed by a VOM mission partner, shelters new believers of northern Nigeria and surrounding regions from danger related to...read more
To help extended families recover from the effects of terrorism, Fulani conflict and persecution, Voice of the Martyrs, along with our supporters, helps fund a crisis care home for children in Jos, Nigeria. The goal of the home is to support families by caring for and...read more
An update from VOM partners in Nigeria Today, with a group of students in a Bible school class in a conflict zone – a frequent target for terrorists – we were caught up in beautiful hope. These students are from Nigeria’s north, a region overwhelmed with terrorism,...read more
Recently, one of our workers in Malaysia sent us an update on his work with Muslim background believers, highlighting the story of a woman named Aeni. Aeni is a Muslim background believer who had a supernatural encounter with the Lord whilst she was sick in Hospital....read more
On World Children’s Day, we remember Christian children in restricted nations who inevitably become victims of persecution, as they are the most vulnerable members of society. In a few nations, this vulnerability leaves them susceptible to severe persecution such as...read more