Christmas Appeal

 This Christmas, support life-changing work in South Sudan and Ukraine.

PRIME Project

PRiME Australia (Partnerships in International Medical Education) makes trips to India, PNG and neighbouring countries.

As a HealthServe Australia project it gathers and trains Christian medical educators to engage with international partners to promote a wholistic approach to teaching medicine.

PRiME Australia is affiliated with

South Sudan Health Worker Training

HSA is raising funds for "Christian Health Initiatives, South Sudan" to support expatriate teaching staff of Jonglei Health Sciences Institute in Bor, where midwives/clinical officers are trained.  

Torch of Love Foundation, Indonesia

This program provides essential Protective Equipment for healthcare workers, such as: Full Protection Suits, Face-Shields, Glasses with Shields, Hand Sanitiser, Disinfectant, Leaflets, and Multivitamins. These are especially important during the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Wedweil, South Sudan

Wedweil is a Region of the North West of South Sudan and it has no local Medical facilities. This project is aimed at building a medical facility to begin to meet the healthcare needs of this region.

The Project is overseen by The Reverend Santino Yuot Rang and HSA is supporting the planning process of the Clinic building while working with the local community, the Local Diocese and the South Sudanese Government to make this facility a reality.

Western Sydney Faith Based Community Network: Covid Response

A local meeting of western Sydney General Practitioners identified the need to engage the community, particularly disadvantaged and hard-to-reach communities through faith-based organisations.

Ukraine Appeal

Help support frontline doctors on the ground through medical supplies and other aid. In partnership with ICMDA, CMDFA, and CMA Ukraine.

Melbourne Fun Run

Support our Melbourne Run, raising money for PICSSI!

Global Covid-19 Appeal

HealthServe is reaching out to support communities battling COVID-19 in Australia and overseas to protect and care for healthcare workers as they care for those struggling with the virus.


Support our Sydney City2Surf run, raising money for PICSSI!

All Projects Appeal

Many of our Donors are generous and willing to give, but do not necessarily have a particular project they wish to support.

If this is you, this is the place to make your donation. All funds given through all projects will support multiple projects as the Board determines that the finanical assitance is required.

Anguganak, Safe Motherhood Program, PNG

As more women seek the safest option of a healthcare centre birth, this program aims to provide readily available clean water to these centres.

General Fund (Overseas Partnerships)

We seek to help meet health care needs in our neighbouring countries of Asia, the Pacific and Africa where there are scarce health resources, or there is poor access to health facilities. We aim to develop sustainable health programmes that will improve the total health and wellbeing of communities, and build the communities' capacity for meeting its own health needs.

Gerasa Bali

The four main components of our project are support groups, education, outreach, and treatment assistance and referrals. We provide a safe environment in which clients can share their victories and concerns, offer informal counseling, information and education, interact with at risk populations (sex workers, drug users, inmates) as well as AIDS patients in local hospitals and prisons. We build relationships with members of these populations and offer our services to these groups.

Gerasa Bali is also recognized by local government as the lead agent in Bali to support trafficked people.


Healthy People, Healthy Environment - Indonesia

Healthy Planet Indonesia integrates dentistry, healthcare, and environmental conservation.

ICMDA Travelling Bursary fund

The ICMDA Travelling Bursary fund of HealthServe Australia is set up to help send representatives of developing countries to attend the 4 yearly ICMDA congress.

The next congress will be held April 2020 in Tokyo, Japan.

Dignity and Right to Health Award

The ICMDA Leadership in Health and Development Initiative gives the annual Dignity and Right to Health Award to recognise, support and publicize the most outstanding role models and champions acting to stop the global epidemic of HIV.

Intermed Scholarship Project

The Intermed Scholarship Project provides funds to cover part of the cost of the Summer School and/or the 2 week overseas practicum, for Intermed Summer School participants coming from (or going to) AusAID approved countries.

Living Wholeness

Training and Resources for Mental Health within the Developing Asian World

PICCSI (Pacific Island Cervical Cancer Screening Initiative)

Healthserve Australia is running a special appeal supporting the PICCSI program as it enters its second year.

The pilot program was very successful in terms of not only treating those at risk of cervical cancer in Fiji, but also unmasking the extent of the issue and the need to re-engage with a wider net, the issues as they are clearly present across the Pacific Islands.

We now have the opportunity to fund this important work amongst our island neighbours.


Code of Conduct

HealthServe Australia is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct reflecting HealthServe's compliance with industry standards of good practice, transparency and accountability.  If you have any complaint or concern please click here  and you will be redirected to our complaints form. A copy of our Complaints section in our Procedures Manual can be accessed by clicking here.

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HealthServe Australia works in partnership with other international organisations, complementing their strengths with health resources. It has a special relationship with the largest group of Christian health professionals in Australia, the Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship of Australia (CMDFA) through which it was established. Many of the CMDFA members have worked for a number of years overseas in health work.



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