Central American Mission Projects (C.A.M.P.) has been taking mission work trips to Central America since 1975.
CAMP teams have worked in Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador, and Costa Rica.
80+ work teams with over 600 individuals have participated over the years.
Large medical clinic for the underprivileged
Remodeling for an orphanage
Building a 200 seat church
Houses for Habitat for Humanity
Remodeling cabins at a church camp
Remodeling a community center for the disadvantaged
Construction for safe places for young mothers and babies
Nursing training partnerships:
C.A.M.P. provides travel, accommodations, and clinic sites for nurse teams
Washburn University in Kansas
Southern Illinois University(Edwardsville).
Children’s shoe distribution:
2500 new pairs shipped in one year.
Distributed by C.A.M.P. teams.
Provide dental work for local residents who cannot afford dental treatment.
C.A.M.P. team members assist local volunteers in shepherding patients
Independent medical Teams Welcome