55Sierra Leone Recap

Sierra Leone 2024 Recap

Growing the Kingdom and Providing Life – Changing Medical Care in Sierra Leone.

More than 8 million people in Sierra Leone don’t have access to critical healthcare or medical education.

This has caused:


The 3rd highest infant mortality rate in the world


An average life expectancy of just 56 years old


High mortality rate connected to malaria

To make matters worse, people in Sierra Leone communities often live their whole lives without knowing Jesus or the gospel.

Dentist at work

Our Mission In Sierra Leone:

To bring doctors, medical professionals, and other Christ-followers to serve and share the gospel:

Objective 1

Share the Gospel With the Unreached.

Sierra Leone was a record trip with more than 1000 people hearing the gospel!

Objective 2

Provide Life-saving Medical Care

Our team visited four different villages and treated medical needs of nearly 1800 patients.

Objective 3

Empowering Healthier Communities. Our local partner will work with the villages to ensure they have what they need to thrive.

Our Team

In March of 2024, our team of 10 volunteers traveled from Chicago, Detroit, and Dulles to meet up together in Sierra Leone in the early days of March. Our list of volunteers included two registered nurses, two nurse practitioners, one physician, one physician assistant, and three non-medical professionals.

Thank you to Barb, Bill, Kim, Mitchell, Randy, Rosemary, Jen, Tammy, and Toshie for your service to the people of Sierra Leone!

Togo 2023

Highlights From The Trip

Salvation, medical care, and other answers to prayer.

Providing Life Saving Medical Care in Burundi

Highlight 1

The boy on the far left came to our free medical clinic unable to hear. Randy immediately took the issue to the Lord in prayer. Miraculously, the boy was healed and recovered full ability to hear! Our team is still praising God over this.

New leaders

Highlight 2

When we began serving in Sierra Leone, Rosemary prayed to God to reveal those who needed healing the most. She had a clear image come to mind of a man with a deformed arm. Days later, she spotted that exact man and was able to pray over him!

New leaders

Highlight 3

One of the greatest parts of serving on a Mission Partners For Christ medical team is the sense of unity that always seems to happen amongst all of our team members. The team spirit is still going strong and we’re all talking with one another every day!

Thank you to all who support this trip through prayer and financial support!

What Volunteers Have To Say:

It is the best ministry experience I’ve ever had. I have learned so much, and I am changed!

Long-Term Impact


Educated many people how to manage their own high blood pressure and diabetes


We handed out 500 pairs of eyeglasses to Sierra Leone villagers


We connected each village with local partners to build up the tools and resources needed to thrive

Interested in Joining an Upcoming Mission?

There are 400 million people living without access to basic healthcare in the world today. Mission Partners for Christ sends teams of doctors and volunteers to unreached communities in Africa so they can receive life-changing medical care while hearing the gospel for the first time.

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

Matthew 28:19