Twenty years ago, I was a volunteer with Operation Mercy when we worked with UNESCO to establish a workshop reviving natural dye-making, silk carpet weaving, and 15th century carpet designs, lost but for exquisitely-detailed manuscript illuminations.
International Women’s Day Greetings from our Operation Mercy International Director, Andrea Vogt.
It takes a community to do community development. We do complicated … but not alone.
“As we have a team of health professional, social workers, medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, it led itself really easily to include COVID-19 into the community health project”.
Andrea Vogt became our Operational Mercy International Director in September 2019
In January 1993, Operation Mercy signed an memoradum of understanding with a nonprofit in Tajikistan, Payvand.
In Operation Mercy, we see women. We see you because God sees you.
Pregnancy and the Miracle of Life.
In March and the beginning of April 2020, OPM Tajikistan implemented their COVID-19 education response.
Inviting all Operation Mercy Members and Donors to an Online Annual General Meeting!
Any organisation which uses public funding to achieve its aims and objectives is bound by law to adhere to certain ‘Accounting and Reporting Standards’ – both in the countries where the funds are raised and in the countries where the funds are expensed.
This year we’re celebrating Operation Mercy’s 30th birthday!
One of Operation Mercy’s great strengths is our presence with people. Our international volunteers as well as our our local staff, pay a lot of attention to “being with” people,
I recently found this poem from Rumi online and it touched me deeply because I think that here we read what hospitality really means.
At its best, community development transforms people through an exchange of worldviews…
Organisational Statement of Position
To our dear friends and members of Operation Mercy, and to our workers in our countries …
How effectively has Operation Mercy responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and what role has the integration of culture sensitivity played in the level of effectiveness?
Twenty years ago, I was a volunteer with Operation Mercy when we worked with UNESCO to establish a workshop reviving natural dye-making, silk carpet weaving, and 15th century carpet designs,
One of the project leaders summarized the final result as: “It deepened our relationship with them, it gave us a great opportunity to show God’s love through all this.”
The poorest of the poor may experience all these nine causes simultaneously. My heart aches with the thought of it.