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This page will contain information for those interested in international health work related to Kristy Engel.  The page will be updated as needs arise. 

India needs your help!

India is in the midst off an enormous disaster with the surge of COVID-19 infections. To learn how to help and pray, please click HERE.


How to help

Thank you for your interest in learning more about the new ministry. There are so many ways that you can help out...from volunteering to be part of a team, sending needed supplies to areas throughout the region, making financial donations, spreading the word about the many needs, being a resource person for project needs as they arise and maybe becoming a long-term volunteer in an area that you are interested in.

Return often!

I will be posting information about new projects and volunteer opportunities as they are made known to me.  Make sure that you check back often and please let me know if there is information that is missing on this site that you would like to see.


Stay in contact
I would really appreciate your suggestions and your help to make this ministry the most valuable resource possible.  If you are a health care specialist, have unique contacts or information for this ministry, please communicate with me!

Instructors for the Satribari Nursing School


In December or 2018 I began a 4 country trip that had some unexpected issues at the beginning and the end, but also a lot of blessings. I planned on being in Bangladesh for the Symbiosis celebration but due to political problems, was re-routed to Thailand. I was able to visit with colleagues and talk about was a rich time! I then went to Australia to meet with some of our partners and individuals who I worked with in Bangladesh and we began discussing future projects. Please read my newsletter for more! Finally, I went to NE India to visit nursing schools and hospitals. I was able to do some teaching on my new resource for community-based health care. At the end of the trip, I was unfortunately hospitalized with a high fever. I made it home, though, and have been recovering since.


I'll be heading back to Bolivia in May to stay for a month and continue to grow the relationships I've built in both Cochabamba and Santa Cruz. I appreciate all of your prayers and support!!

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