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January 2023


Known as the "Kingdom of Hindu" as well as the birthplace of Buddha, Hinduism remains prevalent among its population accounting for more than 80%. 

Join Cross-Cultural Missions as we provide health screenings, save the molars, and distribute reading glasses all while spreading the Gospel to those in need. 

Nepal 2023
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About us

Cross-Cultural Missions is a Non-Profit Public Charity 501 (c) (3).

We provide Medical, Dental, and Optical Services to the least privileged community. The majority are in countries that  are neglected when it comes to aid and development. By mobilizing the community we can bring the messaage of faith, hope and love 

The 10/40 Window is a rectangular area that lies across Africa, the Middle East and Asia from 10 degrees latitude north of the equator to 40 degrees latitude north of the equator. Our mission is to help reach out to these nations to help them improve their   

their lives by way of health development. 

Countries in Focus




Population: 16.49 million

Religion: 97.4% Buddhism




Population: 31.95 million

Religion: 61.3% Islam




Population: 28 million

Religion: 81.3% Hinduism




Population: 108.1 million

Religion: 80.6% Catholic




Population: 100.4 million

Religion: 85%-95% Muslim

Egypt and nepal

 Pray as we prepare for the distribution of COVID Care Packets for the community of 600-800 individuals.

Our Covid packets will include the following:

  1. Facial Masks

  2. Hand Sanitizer

  3. Supplements for COVID


The Bedouin Tribes
Bedouins in Egypt are nomadic Arabs residing in the Sinai Peninsula. They are desert habitants and followers of Islam. They live in tents and move from one herding area to the next. Let’s keep them in our prayers as we reach out to their community.


15th of May City
This city is part of greater Cairo and is home to 1,000 families that earn their living by sorting garbage and scraps. Coming July  we will introduce our program "Save the Molars" to children ages 6-12  and provide reading glasses to those in need.


The Chepang ethnic group of Nepal is the indigenous Tibeto-Burman community living in the mountain ranges of central Nepal. Semi-nomadic, they live in caves, thatched houses and rely on planting crops to make a living.


Due to poverty and lack of education, their health is often compromised needing much help. Malnutrition, pneumonia, and diarrhea are the most common diseases in this region. 

Nepal is sandwiched between India and China. It is known as the Kingdom of Hindu as well as the birthplace of Buddha. Today, this country is now open to any religion, but Hinduism remains the most prevalent; accounting for 81% of the population. 


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