Equal Access Education – Indonesia

Equal Access Education is actively involved with Peace & Community initiatives. These include Education Programs of the Associations Asian Partners who hold to similar values, involving Muslim and non-Muslim communities. These camps are inter-faith, inter-cultural, and international, where diversity is celebrated and first steps are taken towards better relations and …

Trust Funds

Australian Mercy maintains a specialised fund with the intention of assisting people in the Developing World who are in need of medical assistance or who are undergoing some form of medical training with the intention of serving those in need. This fund is named in memory of Vicki Thomson who …

Freedom Project – Myanmar

The Freedom Project focusses on addressing the issues of human trafficking and modern slavery. We work in several international locations (see other projects) as well as work in Australia to educate and mobilise the community to engage with issues of injustice and trafficking. In Myanmar, our work focuses on child …

Freedom Project – India

The Freedom Project focusses on addressing the issues of human trafficking and modern slavery. We work in several international locations (see other projects) as well as work in Australia to educate and mobilise the community to engage with issues of injustice and trafficking. India has the 4th largest number of …

Bahareduk Housing Development – East Timor

Bahareduk is a small village that has been established since Indonesia left East Timor in 1999. The residents located in their present location after having previously lived in more isolated highland locations. They came together after making this decision themselves to access government education for their children and provision of …

RescueNet

Established in 1986 by Brett Harwood in the US, RescueNet Australia (a department of Australian Mercy Ltd) is an Emergency Relief, rapid response unit, deploying trained workers who offer medical, light search and rescue, fire suppression, trauma counselling, disaster childcare, logistical and distribution assistance, etc within hours of the event. …

Mae-la Camp Refugees – Thailand

Some of these people live in refugee camps in Thailand close to the Thai / Burmese border. Australian Mercy has been working in Mae-la camp since 1994. Over the years we have assisted the refugees in many ways and have tried to empower them to better care for themselves. Australian …

Redefined Ministries – D. R. Congo

Redefined Ministries International DRC (Redefined) is a registered organisation in Ituri Province, Mahagi Territory of Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which is working to rebuild lives and communities after the damage caused by war.

Project Life – Thailand

Since 1987, Project L.I.F.E. Foundation has been involved in helping the poor and vulnerable of Thailand, particularly women and children. Project L.I.F.E. is a registered Thai Foundation, under the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security of the Royal Thai Government.

Multipliers Fund

Multipliers Fund exists to channel funds to the front line activities of training trainers, mentoring and follow-up coaching aimed at launching Disciple-Making Movements. In the process of pioneering in unreached and forgotten places, three key elements stand out as high yield activities: training trainers, mentoring and follow-up coaching.  In the long term perspective of …

Home of the Open Heart – Thailand

The vision behind our home is to model and provide a family-style environment for children who have been affected by HIV/AIDS. Our goal is to be a family for children who find themselves without parents or relatives to care for them. We confront this massive need by prioritising quality of …

Coconut Technology Centre – Solomon Islands

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The vision of the CTC is to support remote village communities to build livelihoods through value adding to their existing coconut resource. The Direct Micro Expelling (DME) technology for high quality Virgin Coconut Oil production enables a network of certified organic farmers to supply 50 village based presses which then …

Cambodian Harvest – Cambodia

RTC Cambodia was established in Phnom Penh in 2004 to employ land mine survivors in a factory making dried fruit and jam. For the first 5 years it operated as an NGO. In Cambodia, NGO’s are not allowed to be a profit making organization, In 2008 a company was formed, …

Ark International – Thailand

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We are an associate ministry with YWAM Thailand and Australian Mercy as well as a legally registered foundation under the auspices of the Social Welfare Department in Thailand. (Nak Wing) is a small group that provides input to youth each week addressing critical issues of identity, self worth, sexuality, spiritual …

Kids Ark – East Timor

There was a need for school and they came to us. We started with a small class of 30 kids in a small rented room. The community was so blessed by the start of the school that very soon we had to look for another location. After 3 years, we …

Osso Huna – East Timor

Helping groups of subsistence farmers to improve their productivity, ability to meet local needs and engage in marketing of produce. Facilitating tourism through building a community training center that will be used for English language instruction.  Training tour guides and facilitating other relevant training such as hospitality and marketing. The …

ARMS – Chongqing

ARMS Chongqing, is a representative office of Australian Mercy. We have been resident and active in the city of Chongqing, China since 2002.   Our vision is to see the municipality of Chongqing, and its people impacted through mercy and compassion.  We are currently serving  in areas of medical relief, family …

Administration Office

The National Office of Australian Mercy is managed by volunteers and runs on a minimal budget. We seek to release our field based leadership to do the work of the project with maximum opportunity to govern wisely, focus on the tasks at hand and fully invest all possible funds. The …

Vanitashray – India

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Underprivileged children, children from hard places, are exposed to abuse and trafficking, most die before they reach the age of 15. They lack shelter, access to food, education and healthcare.

Buzz Off

Buzz off is an initiative serving those who are vulnerable to Malaria and other Mosquito born illnesses. Working primarily in Myanmar and Thailand Buzz off is currently in an expansion stage to incorporate other nations in its scope. Buzz off helps small communities to better manage the Mosquito populations that …

Perth Community Care

After the training seminar is completed we connect groups with families in need in their community. Note: Medical Boomerang does not qualify for tax deductability in Australia.

Freedom Project – Philippines

The Freedom Project focusses on addressing the issues of human trafficking and modern slavery. We work in several international locations (see other projects) as well as work in Australia to educate and mobilise the community to engage with issues of injustice and trafficking. A big focus of our work in …