World Vision and MSF both use midwives all over the world. I've worked with midwives in both Guatemala and Honduras, and MCC runs a training program with traditional birth attendants in El Salvador (or, they did a few years ago). I *know* you could find something wherever you want to go.
For greater things are yet to come...
I want to bump this. I am looking for a way to serve once a year until it is the right time for my family to move on the mission field. Any other options for out of country mission work for midwives?
Shannon, Daughter of the King, Wife to Christopher, Blessed Mom of 3 Boys. Homeschool, SAHM, and midwife.
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