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Conduit Mission was founded in 2007 by Darren Tyler in response to the question, "Who can I trust to help me make a difference?" This organization is dedicated to enabling individuals to have a significant impact. Many years later, Conduit Mission has served as a conduit for nearly 1000 missionaries, facilitating their work in countries worldwide. They have also channeled millions towards the construction of orphanages, schools, clinics, and churches, while also providing thousands of meals annually to children in extreme poverty. In recent years, the organization has channeled their efforts toward the freeing of slaves around the world. 

Conduit Mission partnered with The Westberry House to produce videos showcasing the work being done in the countries where they operate. Each country had unique needs, and the goal was to create informative videos that would allow donors to understand how their contributions were making a difference and where their funds were being utilized. The purpose was to establish trust with existing donors and cultivate new donor relationships.

By incorporating these videos into their organizational strategy, Conduit Mission successfully raised millions of dollars for their outreach programs. The visual storytelling effectively communicated the impact of their work and motivated individuals to contribute to the cause. The videos played a crucial role in showcasing the organization's initiatives and building a strong donor base, ultimately facilitating their ability to expand and serve more people in need.



Conduit Mission focuses on impoverished rural villages in Uganda where children lack access to education, healthcare, clean water, and face the dangers of pagan religions and child sacrifice. Committed to the command of Jesus to go to the ends of the earth, Conduit Mission invests heavily in these neglected areas, driven by love and a desire to make a significant impact for the least of these.

The organization on four human essentials: School, Health, Church, and Clean water

opperation freedom

Operation freedom

In Asia, over 4.5 million people, including women and children, are estimated to be trapped in slavery, often due to medical debts from life-saving procedures. Through partnerships with local pastors, Conduit Mission discreetly secures freedom for these individuals, preventing them from falling back into slavery. Many are forced to work in brick kilns to repay their debts, which become insurmountable due to additional charges, fines, and interest, and can even be passed down to their children.



In Nepal, where the Christian faith can be a death sentence in rural areas, Nepal Community Transformation operates similarly to other regions where Conduit Mission is active. Despite the risks, they teach radical ideas of loving neighbors, valuing human life, and serving one another. As a result, malnutrition fades, stomach diseases decrease with access to clean water, and the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases, teen pregnancies, and child marriages dramatically decline, empowering families to provide for themselves.

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