International Support

China India Ghana South-Africa Indonesia Nigeria Cameroon Jordan Lebanon Israel/Palestine Syria Japan South-Sudan Malaysia Korea

EMS supports numerous programmes and projects in churches in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Click here to find out more about them:

Ghana: Peacemakers - solving conflicts without violence

To reduce violence in Ghana, young adults, teachers and pastors are trained to solve conflicts without violence. The Peacemakers are on a mission of peace!

Japan: Work with Discriminated Buraku

The Buraku is a Japanese minority which is constantly faced with social discrimination. Although they were granted equal rights by law in 1871, everyday life is a totally different story. The KYODAN Church stands up for their rights.

Korea: Peace Work

The continuous back and forth between rapprochement and hostility - since the peninsula was divided over 60 years ago, this is how relationships have been between North and South Korea. The local church pursues a policy of peace and reunification.

Help for Syrian Refugee Children

Ghana: Interfaith Dialogue

The various religions in Ghana mostly live peacefully side by side. To ensure that everything stays this way, private and governmental institutions support the dialogue between the religions continuously. The Presbyterian Church is also actively engaged at local level.

Indonesia: Sustainable Community Development

Sulawesi is one of the poorer islands in Indonesia. Religious conflicts, lack of food or the danger of AIDS are only some of the local problems. The churches are fighting intensively to sustainably improve the conditions of life in their parishes.

Korea: Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace

At last, after decades of standstill in the Korean conflict, there is a ray of hope – the rapprochement between North and South Korea could bring peace. The Presbyterian Church of Korea is providing its active support to the peace process.