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Promoting Health and Wholeness

Nurse, Jennifer Eugenio, tends to an infant boy in the neonatal intensive care of the Mary Johnston Hospital in Manila, Philippines.The United Methodist Pan-Asian Abundant Health Forum was held in Manila, Philippines on July 3-4, 2018. It was sponsored by the Global Health unit of GBGM. Participants were from 10 Asian countries and the United States. Photo by Jan Snider, United Methodist Communications.

Because we care about the holistic well being of all people, mental, physical and spiritual health is a major focus of the work of The United Methodist Church. Together, we combat diseases of poverty such as malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis; we provide health education, advocacy and infrastructure; and we continue our more than 160-year history of being a key provider of healthcare through the hospitals, clinics and mission centers we have operated across Africa.

Learn more and join us in this important work. 

Children get water from a pump in video about global health efforts of The United Methodist Church. Video image courtesy of Board of Global Ministries.

How We Serve

Abundant Health: What United Methodists are doing for children

Video explains how "Abundant Health" campaign would reach one million children with lifesaving interventions between 2017 and 2020.

An anxious young woman seeks help finding the road back to peace.

Promoting Health & Wholeness

5 ways to overcome anxiety

Watch this video to learn five ways you can overcome anxiety and find the road back to peace when you feel fearful or stressed.


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