JUSTICE

Myanmar is a beautiful nation marred by a significant imbalance of wealth and power. We focus on protecting vulnerable women and children and providing them with educational opportunities.

JESUS

As a Christian organization, we are motivated by the love and compassion of Christ and the truth of the Gospel.

ADVENTURE

Our work takes us to exotic locations within the country. But the real adventure is in coming alongside Myanmar’s people to love and serve them.

“Learn to do right. See that justice is done — help those who are oppressed,
give orphans their rights, and defend widows.”
– Isaiah 1:17

WHERE WE WORK: MYANMAR (BURMA)

ACM works in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar (also known as Burma). Bordered by Bangladesh, China, Tibet, Laos and Thailand, it is a beautiful land rich in natural resources. With 135 ethnic people groups, Myanmar’s people are as varied and diverse as its lands, which range from mountains in the north to mighty rivers and sparkling beaches in the south. Poverty is rampant, particularly in more remote areas where distance is measured by days’ walk.

Our causes span several categories, including education, community development, evangelism, orphan care and emergency aid. Click the icons on the map below to learn more.

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Asian Children's Mission
Asian Children's Mission2 weeks ago
We are grateful for a development grant from IDES to expand the pig farming operation at Hope. The pigs are a source of agricultural training for the kids and a source of income...and sometimes the source of a delicious dinner!
Asian Children's Mission
Asian Children's Mission2 weeks ago
Hope Kids on a picnic! Listen to them sing!
Asian Children's Mission
Hope Children's Home in Myanmar
PRAISE THE LORD FOR HIS WONDERFUL CREATIONS!!!
Asian Children's Mission
Asian Children's Mission2 weeks ago
Deeram is ACM's teacher in a river village called Putaik Gyi. He has served there nearly 10 years. One of his students is Zin Min Aye, a 6th grader. She has asked for prayers because she wants to continue her education. The barriers to her education now - a father who drinks too much and her responsibility to look after her disabled younger brother. The little boy is prone to run away and to eat dirt. It breaks my heart to think that the little boy may never receive the therapy he needs, and a girl's education may be cut short. Would you pray for this family?