Running a ministry takes a lot of people! Here is almost all of our staff at our staff retreat in Pagudpud in February 2017.


A big part of my vision for working in Kalinga is to train and equip local midwives. The local college offers a 2-year Midwifery Course but most of the students graduate without ever having done an actual delivery. Since opening in 2007 I have been a part of training over 100 Filipina midwifery graduates.















2 responses

13 10 2016
Bettina Kittelmann

Dear colleagues,
I am a midwife ,59 years old, from Germany.Last year in Janary I worked with my colleague Giovanna,30 years old, as volunteers in Dulag, Leyte. We helped renovating a Health Center and Birthing Clinic and supported the local midwives in the labour room. We would like to work again as volunteers next January. If you need any help please let us know.
We are looking forward for your soon reply.
Kind regards Bettina Kittelmann and Giovanna Giorgio

14 10 2016

Good afternoon Bettina and Giovanna,
We actually have a very busy month in January with visitors. Would there be another month that would work for you? We could possibly use some more midwives to help us as we re-open our remote location in March/April. Please email me at and I will be happy to discuss this more with you.

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