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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.

Malaysia and Brunei: Valuable Tools

In Malaysia and Brunei, the movements of Christian workers and evangelists have been restricted due to COVID-19. Our partners there have reported using WhatsApp and Zoom for the first time, along with phone contact, to encourage Muslim background believers. In-depth...

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Pastors in Jordan talk about Ministry during COVID-19

What is it like to be a pastor in the Middle East during the time of the coronavirus? Jordanian pastors David and John gave Voice of the Martyrs Australia an insight into how things were and still are for their churches and congregations in this season. Pastor David...

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ZEST School Building Project

The aim of the project is to provide 60 to 80 children, who are from some of the poorest families in India, with a Christian education, a daily meal, and a chance to improve their lives. The current school building is owned by a Hindu man and is unsuitable. It’s run...

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COVID-19 Relief

The recent COVID-19 global pandemic has been a difficult time and has increased persecution against Christians in many countries around the world. Recently in the Quang Ngai province of Vietnam a number of cases have been brought to our attention and we are praying we...

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Discipleship, the Key for Ministering to North Koreans

The strategies for ministering to North Koreans have had to change in recent times with China and Russia cracking down not only on Christians but foreign missionaries. In days past, North Korean ministry generally meant a professional minister travelling to North...

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North Korean Ministry Continues Despite COVID-19 Threats

COVID-19 placed a very real strain on ministry to North Koreans after the country announced it would close its borders, even to defectors being sent back from China. Experts believe North Korea took this course of action because they knew they lacked the resources to...

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Project: Nigeria Discipleship Care and Training

In Nigeria, thousands of Muslim background believers (MBBs), flee persecution every year. Many of these arrive at a Voice of the Martyrs supported discipleship centre in Jos. The centre provides a range of services, including accommodation, Bible training and pastoral...

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Project: India – Sewing Machines

Persecution and violence against Christians in India has not faltered and continues to this day, especially against women. Women and girls are denied justice and assistance, particularly widows who struggle to earn enough money for food for their families. To meet the...

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The Story of a Nigerian Mother

In June 2014, Boko Haram Islamic terrorists attacked the village of Attagara, Nigeria. They massacred nearly all of the men, only sparing the very elderly. The attack was extreme retribution for tit-for-tat killings between local Muslims and Christians. All of the...

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