The complex issues of poverty can only be addressed through partnership.
We are extremely grateful to the communities, churches, individuals, foundations, businesses, and other organizations who have joined us in working to create a world where no child dies from a preventable disease. Together, we learn from each other and work collaboratively towards a world with health and hope for all.
Foundations and Organizations
Anacortes First Baptist Church
Episcopal Church of the Messiah
First Baptist Church in Beverly*
First Baptist Church of Ann Arbor
First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland
First Baptist Church of McMinnville*
First Baptist Church of Petersburg
Knollwood Baptist Church North Hills Community Baptist Church
Ocean View Baptist Church
Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
St. Mark Presbyterian Church
St. Wilfrid’s Episcopal Church
United Baptist Church Elmira
United Church of Canandaigua
Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church Jeff Street Baptist Community at Liberty First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale
White Hall Baptist Church
Wakefield Baptist Church
Chinese Christian Church & Center
First Baptist Church of Topeka
Meridian Avenue Baptist Church
Grace-Trinity Community Church
Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Boise
The Church of St. Michael & St. George
First Baptist Church of Lansdale
Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church
Prairie Baptist Church
Central Baptist Church
University Baptist Church
Christ United Methodist Church
First Baptist Church of Benton
First Baptist Church of Waterloo
First Baptist Church of Kansas City
First Baptist Church of Lancaster
*Church has established a Partnership Covenant with AMOS.
Nicaraguan Ministry of Health (MINSA)
One of AMOS’ key partners is the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health (MINSA). We share the same goal of reaching vulnerable people who most need access to care. In places like Nicaragua, most people get their health care through the government public health system, yet there are still barriers to care linked to extreme poverty, long distances between communities and health facilities, hard-to-access roads, and socio-cultural norms.
AMOS has been invited to support the Ministry of Health through trainings for community health workers, doctors, and nurses, with a focus on quality improvement in the delivery of health care services. We hope to continue to partner with the Ministry of Health to replicate models for health care delivery that expand the network of community health workers and bring health closer to the people.