About G the Midwife

20160224_AGOGMC_Bugnay-0119My name is Georgia Gilliland Macad.

My family and I work with the tribal peoples of Kalinga, a remote area in the northern Philippines. This isolated area plagued with tribal wars is one of the most beautiful and untouched areas in the Philippines. Because of their isolation, the people living in this area have little to no access to medical care. Most of the pregnant women will deliver their babies at home on their own, without any prior prenatal care or attending doctor or midwife. Many of these women and babies die due to complications that would have been easily preventable with adequate care from a qualified midwife.

I am a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) and have spent a great deal of time over the last 9 years with the tribal peoples of Kalinga. Because of my love for the people as well as the obvious need, I decided to move permanently to Kalinga and set up a maternity clinic to provide Midwifery care to the tribal peoples in and around the capitol city of Tabuk as well as into the remote mountains of Kalinga.

The Philippines is a developing nation with extreme poverty and corruption and so, I am seeking to find sponsors from outside the country that would be interested in partnering with me for this cause.

I and the people of Kalinga would be so grateful if you would be interested in supporting this charity maternity clinic through the donation of medical supplies or financial support.

You can contact me at director@abundantgraceofgod.com.

I would love to hear from you!

10 responses

18 04 2011
Shiloh Peterson

Kumusta, Georgia!
I like your new site! Nicely organized, and fun to get updates on some of the stories we read about earlier. God continue to show you His favour in all you do there in Kalinga!


21 04 2011
Sally York

You are such an inspiration to me. I am in the Highlands of Guatemala, began formal midwive studies with a christian school in Arkansas. My goal is to train midwives here as the mortality rate for both mother and child is so high. At the moment we have 50 midwives that came to our first gathering. Some travel a great distance to learn. God bless your work and I will continue to pray for all your projects and needs…


23 04 2011

Wow, that is amazing that you are doing the same sort of work there in Guatemala! Blessings on you there as well.


22 04 2011
Susan Bender

Georgia, Great site! I love reading and hearing about all the wonderful things God is doing through you in Kalinga! Joel and I are hoping to head over to the Philippines next year. It would be fun to see you and meet your lovely family!


23 04 2011



20 11 2011
Sarah Davis


It is a great blessing that the people of Kalinga has found you! What a wonderful way to share what you have to those in need . May the Almighty God continue to work his power and greatness through you and your group. You are all God’s gifts!

We thank you for your presence and what you do for our country!

Sarah ,Terry and Lauren


27 06 2012

Wow wonderful what you are doing there!I discovered your website by chance..and Im amazed!Bravo!I want to be a midwife and work in Philippines!I like this country so so much and I have been in General Santos 4 months, 2 years ago…
Now be sure I will be following yor blog!!
Thank you for what you are doing to these women and babies!
God bless u.
A big hello from Switzerland!



17 07 2012

Hi Georgia! I really admire your ways of helping people…God bless you more and your Family!! Khawis! 🙂


14 03 2013
The best laid plans… « Receive with Meekness

[…] with another missionary in northern Luzon (the largest of the Philippine islands.) We visited Georgia Macad’s charity lying-in clinic in Tabuk City and the sister clinic started last year by her friend Crystal in the much smaller village of […]


25 03 2014

Amazing to read about the work you are doing, I am a student midwife in the UK and was researching for a community profile assignment, and decided on the Philippines when I came across your blog FANTASTIC! – planning on doing my elective placement next year in Iloilo, who knows where my career will take me, but you guys are inspirational 🙂


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