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Newborn baby being held by new father
Midwife doing home visit
Christian midwife and Muslim patient


Newlife School originally began as an idea to provide training to students willing to learn midwifery skills at our birthing center located in the Philippines.  Additionally, we wanted to provide opportunities for midwifery students seeking to gain experience in low and under resourced areas - specifically in a cross-cultural setting. Our midwifery program was created to equip and empower young ladies to learn valuable midwifery skills while at the same time making a difference in the world.

The clinic itself was established in 1995 to serve families living in impoverished conditions who cannot afford quality maternal healthcare.  It's mandate is simple; to show women and their families God's mercy and kindness in a practical way, just as Jesus taught. The hands-on and deeply relational skill of midwifery is proven to be a powerful avenue to bring God's love and kindness to suffering people.​​

​We've expanded our efforts to train midwifery students to include a US-based program, and to also provide those students with the opportunity to serve at this birthing clinic for a short-term internship.


Due to the unique set-up and location of our facility we are well equipped to train midwives to work in developing countries. Each student acquires valuable experience in providing maternal/newborn healthcare cross-culturally to families living in poverty. We desire that our graduates might consider volunteering for other medical mission organizations operating in countries where the need for skilled midwives is so prevalent.


Our program will provide each graduate with the necessary skills and knowledge to practice in many countries around the world. Those who successfully complete either of our training programs will qualify for a North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) certification from the US.

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