Who we serve

Location: Oceania

Alangan

The Alangan project was incorporated into the South-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists in July 2001. Five churches were planted.

Ama

The Ama people of Papua New Guinea were waiting for a missionary, but no one knew.

Dowa

The Dowa project was incorporated into the South-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists on June 7, 2007.

Gogodala

The Gogodala people live deep in the sago swamps of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea.

Ifugao

The Ifugao project was incorporated into the Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists in February of 1993. The Scalzis planted five churches in the mountain villages.

Iwam

The Iwam project was incorporated into the South-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists in March of 1997. Today, the Iwam church is experiencing a period of exciting spiritual and numerical growth.

Namia

The Namia are hunter/gatherers and subsistence farmers who depend on the river and jungle for food and transportation.

Palawano

The Palawano are a tribal group inhabiting the mountains in the south of Palawan.

Tawbuid

The Tawbuid people live deep in the mountains on the island of Mindoro, Philippines.