YWAM Ships


WHAT IS YWAM MEDICAL SHIPS?

YWAM Medical Ships, Singapore delivers critical healthcare services to the doorsteps of the most remote communities on rivers and coasts which often have no option of seeing a doctor. 

90 percent of the world’s healthcare needs are primary healthcare (source: The World Bank) and yet far too many of the world’s poor do not get the help which any general practitioner could give.

We work with volunteer teams of doctors, nurses, counselors, children’s workers and students to bring medical care, community programmes and humanitarian help to these communities. 

We represent God’s love to these communities. Our vision is to treat, educate and empower all to live healthy and abundant lives.

YWAM Medical Ships, Singapore is carried by the Lord himself as He calls YWAM crew and their friends, family and Churches to smooth rivers and calm coastlines to represent God’s love to the most remote and unreached communities.

We love having onboard volunteers from all walks of life including doctors, dentists, physiotherapist, pharmacists, counselors, children’s workers, community developers and any willing hand and heart to serve

GET INVOLVED

You can volunteer with us onboard our ship or in our Singapore office

We are looking for

• Volunteer doctors, nurses, dentists to provide primary and oral healthcare.

• General volunteers who can help with cleaning, registering patients, running programmes and clinics for the coastal community.

• Volunteers who can help with general administration, communications, and publicity, with the Singapore office

 

SAILING DATES 2018

JANUARY: Jan 17 – 22 & Jan 24 - 29

MARCH: Mar 7 - 12 & Mar 14 - 19

MAY - JULY: DATES TO BE CONFIRMED

SEPTEMBER: Sep 19 – 24  & Sep 26 - Oct 1

OCTOBER: Oct 17 – 22 & Oct 24 - 29

NOVEMBER: Nov 14 - 19 & Nov 21 - 26

DECEMBER: 5 – 11

CONTACT: Steve LOH

E-MAIL: ships@ywam.org.sg

WHERE WE ARE GOING

To deepen and expand our services further, a maritime-classed ship is urgently needed to replace our extremely well-loved river vessel that has seen many good years and served thousands of patients.