In a world of physical and spiritual poverty, eMi designs a world of hope.
Engineering Ministries International Canada is a non-profit Christian development organization mobilizing architects, engineers and other design professionals who donate their skills to help children and families around the world step out of poverty and into a world of hope.
eMi Canada exists to transform lives by providing hope to the poorest of the poor.
eMi Canada is a Christian ministry that designs facilities to serve the poor in developing countries. These facilities, including orphanages, clean water projects, schools, and medical centres, directly impact communities by meeting physical needs and communicating Godís love in a practical way. We partner with overseas missions and indigenous ministries who have a vision to help the poor and present the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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To produce our designs, eMi Canada blends our team of in-house project managers with volunteer engineers, architects, land surveyors, and construction managers recruited from Canada and around the world. These volunteers donate their time and travel costs to join the teams, adding their expertise and insight to give client partners the best designs possible.
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Worldwide, Engineering Ministries International has been in existence since 1982, and has worked on more than 1000 development and relief projects in over 90 countries, donating over $6 million (63,000 hours) in services to their client partners helping to bring the Gospel to the poorest and least reached peoples on earth.
eMi in Canada
Engineering Ministries International Canada opened its doors in 2002 and registered as a Canadian charity in the Spring of 2007. Based in Calgary, Alberta, eMi Canada currently has four full-time staff members and leads six to nine project trips per year.
Since eMi Canada opened its doors, it has been involved in almost 50 design and development projects around the world, as well as mobilizing Canadian volunteers for disaster response opportunities.