South Asia is home to the world’s greatest number of and largest unreached people groups, and it has the world’s greatest concentration of Hindus and Muslims. As one of the poorest regions in the world, meeting people’s needs there calls for a holistic approach to sharing the gospel through health, community, and educational development projects. TEAM has worked in South Asia for seventy uninterrupted years, building credibility through dedicated service to many communities in both urban and rural settings.

Opportunities

We want to connect with you about the purposes God might have for you together with us in South Asia! Browse our listing of current needs in South Asia.

Opportunity TitleAreaLength
American English Teacher South Asia up to 8 months
ESL Teacher South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
Leadership Development Coordinator South Asia more than 3 years
Financial Specialist South Asia 9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Business Development Specialist South Asia 9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Community Health Educator South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Community Development Specialist South Asia more than 3 years
Business Manager for the English Teaching Center South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
American English Teacher South Asia 9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Faculty in Missions Department South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Faculty in Pastoral Theology and Counseling South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Medical Educator South Asia up to 8 months
9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
MK School Teacher South Asia 9 months - 2 years
more than 3 years
Teacher Educator South Asia more than 3 years
Teacher Educator South Asia more than 3 years

View All 15 Opportunities in This Area

Quick Facts

  • South Asia is the poorest region in the world after Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • About 64% of the South Asia population is Hindu, 33% is Muslim, 2% is Buddhist and 1% is Christian.

  • South Asia is  home to more than 2,000 ethnic entities, with populations ranging from hundreds of millions to small tribal groups.

  • With a primarily Monsoon climate, the region is humid during summer and dry during winter.

  • South Asia’s geography is as diverse as her people, boasting glaciers, rain forests, valleys, deserts, and grasslands.

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