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Beginning in the mid-2000’s, Menlo Church in the Bay Area began supporting teams of medical and non-medical people alike to serve with several organizations in Ethiopia. Over time, this group of mission-minded people grew and additional churches also began supporting teams in their ministry in Ethiopia. By the early 2010’s, this group had grown in size as well as focused their work in partnering with Project Mercy in the Yetebon region of Ethiopia (www.projectmercy.org).

Today, BAMM is the product of this devoted group of people supported by their local churches. We are thankful for the journey God has taken us on and are excited for what the future holds.

When teams serve with Project Mercy, they typically go in the Fall and spend 2 weeks serving. A typical team consists of medical and non-medical members. Every team begins with these questions ‘ What does Project Mercy need of us and how can we best serve them?” A typical team will be 20-25 people and will provide Pediatric, OB/GYN, General Surgery, and Urology services as well as Public Health Instruction & Community Health Education. There’s always a role for you – we’ve had team members provide Physical Therapy services, teach English as a second language to school teachers as well as provide music lessons for the students.