The number of people living in extreme poverty is increasing, for the first time in decades, due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Are you moved with compassion to go and address poverty in our world by listening and partnering to find local solutions? Or do you know someone whose passion matches CAMA’s mission to see suffering communities restored by the gospel?
We have six new ministry openings. Apply today. Spread the word. Do both.
1. In Asia Pacific, support minority women through a handicraft business.
You will work alongside the local staff of a small business to improve the sales and marketing of the handicrafts they produce. This business helps women support their families by producing traditional handicrafts that are sold in local and foreign markets. This acts as an aid to community development.
2. In Burkina Faso, minister through discipleship and community development.
In partnership with the Alliance national church, you will minister to at-risk and vulnerable people through community development. Your work will take place alongside an Alliance aXcess team.
3. In DR Congo, assist the local church in serving the poor.
In the lower DRC region, live out and present the gospel in partnership with local churches, helping them to launch community development projects and increase their capacity to serve the poor in their communities.
4. In El Salvador, develop at-risk youth.
Come alongside at-risk youth to improve their long-term life outcomes and help them discover opportunities beyond joining gangs. You will work with a dynamic, young Envision team in San Salvador. Your work will help develop programs to impart valuable work skills that lead to employment and encourage entrepreneurship.
5. In Greece, pioneer a new refugee work.
With a focus on intervention for those at risk of exploitation, you will serve a refugee population from a majority religion. Your work will involve hands-on community development to demonstrate and proclaim the gospel. You will work alongside Alliance aXcess partners who will focus on evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.
6. In North Africa, work against human trafficking.
To work against human trafficking, you will provide intervention, restoration, and job training for those who have been exploited. Your work will strengthen an existing multi-cultural team partnering with an NGO to bring hope to at-risk girls and women.
We are ready to send! Are you ready to go?
We are seeking applicants who at a minimum have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, U.S. citizenship, a recognized college degree, and two years of work experience.