Relief, Development & Justice

An important component of OM’s work is aid and relief. So many in our world live without the basic necessities of life such as food, shelter and education and we believe that bringing God’s kingdom to earth involves a holistic approach to mission and development. OM focuses on field –led projects run by local OM team members to ensure that long term and sustainable development can take place.

Our Tax-Deductible Projects

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Freedom Challenge

Business 4 Transformation

Gifts of $2 or more to our projects below are tax-deductible.

OM Near East
Refugee Relief


The United Nations estimates that there are currently 6.3 million internally displaced people within Syria and over 4 million refugees that have fled to neighbouring countries. They are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance with most struggling to access the basic necessities of life. Through local churches we are able to provide thousands of families with food packages, health, hygiene and medical assistance as well as winter packages to help them survive the harsh winter conditions. We are also able to train and financially support educators who are assisting the thousands of children no longer able to attend school as well as beginning an income generating project for women.

Project Freedom


Project Freedom is based at OM MTI’s ministry hub in Phnom Penh (the 'White House') and aims to support the vulnerable who are living in slum dwellings and surviving on minimal resources and money. Our social workers aim to improve the spiritual, mental and physical health of vulnerable groups in Cambodia, particularly families and children.

OM Zambia
Project Hope


Project HOPE in Zambia focuses on creating educational support for orphaned and vulnerable children. Project HOPE has also implemented the construction of Homes of Hope for children in crisis and has community based development programs for these children.

Operation Mercy
Community Development


Creating inclusive development projects for people with disabilities. Ensuring civil society partners are sensitised to the topic and disability-specific projects include livelihood and preventive health components.



A collaboration of Christian entrepreneurs who have adopted the business 4 transformation model. Each entrepreneur receives a loan from the in-country B4T developer (donated by B4T investors) to enhance his/her business in farming, agriculture or retail. The entrepreneur then repays the loan to the B4T developer, who reloans the funds to another entrepreneur. The end goal of B4T is to build sustainable communities in business.

Graceworks Myanmar
Community Health Training


Bringing long-term hope by establishing a nursing school – a place for young people from marginalised communities to become university trained. In 2017, 20 students were enrolled for the training.

OM Nepal
Shiloh Farms


Shiloh Farms is a project in Nepal that aims to teach Nepalese people sustainable farming techniques. For the last few years, the construction of pigpens and a greenhouse have been in operation. These facilities have been built to teach Nepalese workers how to set up small, profitable enterprises to help support their families. This has included employing women. In Kathmandu, women often struggle to find safe and reliable work where they are not exploited.

OM Bangladesh
Education Project


The adult literacy rate in Bangladesh averages at about 50%, and in rural districts that drops considerably. Amongst women it drops even further. Our work in schools reaches to distant village areas, often on the banks or on the islands of Bangladesh's huge rivers. In these area, school availability is limited and adult literacy is low. Many children do not start school and among those that do there is a 50% drop-out rate by class 5. This is usually to do with the need for the children to earn money. Our focus is the adults who have never been able to learn to read and write and the children who have not entered schools and now grown well beyond their class age.

OM Bangladesh
Crisis Response


Widespread flooding in Bangladesh has killed 145 people, affected 8 million people across 32 districts, destroyed 103,855 homes and damaged 4,636 educational buildings. The severe flooding has added to the suffering of the Rohingya refugees. There have been reports of cholera outbreaks, water shortages and malnutrition in the Rohingya refugee camps. You can support the immediate relief work with families affected by the floods by providing them with basic essentials such as emergency food, medicine, mosquito nets and shelter.

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