PAKISTAN: VOMedical Report from the field

11 May 2023

Many Christians in Pakistan suffer discrimination in education and employment; they live in Christian colonies or slums and struggle to provide for themselves and their families. Each year, an allocation from our VOMedical fund is provided for medical teams in Pakistan to offer free eye screening and surgeries, as well as testing and treatment for nutritional deficiencies and infections.

“It is our practise to start the work with prayer and sharing the Word of God with the patients,” says the medical team coordinator. “We also tell them about VOM’s work and ministry for persecuted Christians all over the world. People appreciate that and are thankful to VOM for their concern for the poor.”

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