EMA aims to see that all people in remote areas in Karen State, Myanmar have access to high quality health care.
A five-year Physicians Assistant training program is designed specifically for practice in a remote environment and equips healthcare teams to serve people in their villages. In addition, they offer an engineering program enabling you people to fix equipment and machinery for the centre as well as locals.
CFC is delighted to partner with EMA. We want to promote the work they do and support them as they make a difference saving lives and reaching people with the love of God.
"There are many changes that may lead to improvement that I want to see in Karen areas. Among them, I want to see a better quality of healthcare because I have learned throughout my life that many of my people in the jungle died, mainly because they could not get proper treatment due to very limited healthcare workers, equipment, treatments, and knowledge. I believe there is nothing more valuable than life in this world. So, better healthcare is what I want to see in Karen areas, and I am delighted to be a part of it because of EMA. I strongly believe there will be a big change in the healthcare field in Karen remote areas very shortly because of EMA." - Naw Eh Ser Gay EMA Year 2 Physician Assistant student
As a church, we have the privilege of supporting the work of EMA as they work to bring healthcare and a thriving economic future for the Karen people living in rural Myanmar. Click here to read their 2021 Annual Report and be amazed at the difference being made in people’s lives
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