Because of an underdeveloped healthcare system in Cambodia, health workers, especially doctors and nurses, are needed to teach community health, to train national health workers or to work in clinics themselves. Christian health workers could give the physical care the people require, while at the same time witnessing to them of their need of trusting and following Christ. Cambodia hosts 12 million people with Buddhism being the predominant religion. Satan’s grip on this country is tight as the false claims of Buddhism cause the people to live in fear and darkness. Lack of education and poverty also significantly affect the people. Expand the outreach of BMM’s church planting team by helping to reach people through health care.