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The Philippines is rich in natural resources and biodiversity but the country struggles with poverty and effects of natural disasters

The OM office in Philippines serves as a sending office, and we are involved in mercy ministries among children and deprived sectors of society.  Our vision is to see Christ-centered lives and communities reproducing and becoming catalysts of transformation. 

OM works in partnership with churches and organizations, both globally and locally, toward transforming lives and communities through evangelism and discipleship, mission mobilization, cross-cultural training and community help among the unreached and marginalized. 

We achieve this through student ministries, outreach to the urban poor, education and scholarships, sports ministry, relief and development, community development, Muslim ministries and missions mobilization and training. 

Facts about Philippines
Population:
111,000,000
People Groups:
Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon, Bikol-Central
Religions:
Christianity
Percent Evangelical:
14%
Government:
Presidential Republic
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