"building people to build nations"
Some of the REI Indonesia team in front of the new dehydrator designed by a REI apprentice, built by locals, final assembly overseen by another REI apprentice
We send long-term staff and short-term professionals
to train leaders in emerging nations so that they
can train others - building their nations and
bringing hope to future generations.
The work of REI is diverse in each emerging nation where we focus. Through education and medicine, business and agriculture, our highly skilled staff are training and developing others in six locations in Asia and Africa.
As a non-profit, our organization and staff are financially supported by monthly and annual donations. Give today to be a part of building people to build nations!
REI staff and apprentices partner long-term in six locations in Asia and Africa, and volunteers take annual short-term trips. If your professional goals for international development match ours, come with us!
This very happy daddy is the CEO of the hospital.
December 2, 2022
by Karen Flowers, Country Leader, Egypt
In Egypt the C-Section rate has reached the highest in the world at 80%. The Minister of Health, Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar, stated on a local talk show that “both families and doctors in Egypt prefer C-Section deliveries over natural deliveries to save time, although C-Section delivery has a negative impact on women and babies due to the lack of awareness of mothers and doctors.”
Seven years ago, the Lydia Project became Birth Guardians of Egypt, with the goal of changing the birth culture. . .