In 2015 CMANA teamed up with Coptic Orphans to develop a health education program called Health Ed that was executed during a mission trip that year, touching nearly 1500 children. The premise of this trip was to teach preventative health topics to children in small, impoverished villages. The innovative curriculum tackles issues such as nutrition, hygiene, and mental health, providing servants with the opportunity to interact and serve Coptic children who have faced challenging health care disparities, aiding them to construct a healthier future.
In the summer of 2017 we were able to launch another successful Health Ed mission trip to Bolivia.
2018 Health Ed Mission Dates will be listed soon.