HIV Nurse/Counsellor

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Help people living with a very difficult diagnosis know that they are valuable and loved by Jesus.

Medical Work, Professionals, Followers of Chinese Traditional Religions, Poor, Rural
1 to 3 years, More than 3 years

Job Description

Our teams are dedicated to serving the holistic needs of hard-to-reach peoples. Committed Christian professionals share Christ’s love through the witness of their lives, partnering with local agencies to modernize and improve the economic and social status of poor and disadvantaged communities.

As you minister and serve incarnationally among your patients and colleagues in a place where there is no hope regarding their sickness, your presence and life will bring them peace and eternal hope through your work.

Living standards in this county town is simple and basic, but the town is culturally rich.


- Give support to the HIV center in treatment adherence, counseling and follow up of HIV patients.
- Train local staff at the HIV center.


- Licensed Nurse
- Studied and experienced in HIV care
- If you do not speak Mandarin, be prepared to spend your intial period learning language.

Living Situations

- A heart for the poor
- Able to relate cross-culturally, and is flexible.
- Able to adapt to living a simple lifestyle.

Medical Work

Medical WorkProvide healthcare services as a means to serve people, engage and build relationships with communities, and point them to the great Healer our Lord.More opportunities


ProfessionalsBe a gospel witness to those in regular, secular jobs, challenging and equipping them to follow Christ in the workplace.More opportunities

Followers of Chinese Traditional Religions

Followers of Chinese Traditional ReligionsMany East Asians practice a complex, syncretistic blend of Buddhism with traditional folk beliefs steeped in Taoism, Ancestor Worship and Confucianism.
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PoorSpiritual and physical transformation found in the love of Christ is especially needed even amongst these least reached who live on and below the poverty line.
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Residents in rural areas are often trapped in the poverty cycle. They have limited opportunities for education, poor access to healthcare and livelihoods that are often dependent on the harvest of their cash crops.

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