Ashirvad Kanti— Fosters community development and works through government programs to help poor communities improve their infrastructure, gain access to healthcare, and meet basic needs. (India)

Association of Christian Thoughtfulness (ACT)— Partners with churches to teach them how to advocate for the poor and address issues of advocacy, health, developing life-skills, and confronting abuse in their communities. (India)

Birhan Social Development— Provides education for those who are unable to cover the cost of training and trains social development workers to prepare them to address the root causes of poverty with the power of the gospel. (Ethiopia)

Evangelical Social Action Forum (ESAF)—Helps impoverished families start small biblically-based enterprises through a microfinance program and improves quality of life for those living in the slums through projects such as providing running water or distributing solar lamps and Greenway stoves. (India)

Mosoj Yan— Friendship Club programs work with local churches to prevent problems such as addiction, bullying, and violence. (Bolivia)

Pakistan Fellowship of Evangelical Students—Serves in 10 cities throughout Pakistan, reaching almost 1,500 students through 19 weekly Bible study groups. (Pakistan)

South Mumbai Center (Valley of Praise)—Shares the gospel through Bible study, church services, spiritual retreats, worship training, and Bible and literature distribution. (India)