Our Ministry

Prison Fellowship International (PFI) is the world’s largest network of Christian ministries working in the criminal justice field. PFI has built programs in prisons around the world that are restoring prisoners’ lives, helping their families, and successfully integrating them back into the community—for good.

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Africa

Nearly 1 million prisoners in Africa are locked away and forgotten. See how Prison Fellowship International is serving prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families and victims of crime throughout 31 national ministry partners across the region.

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Asia-Pacific

Over 3 million prisoners in the Asia Pacific region are locked away and forgotten. See how Prison Fellowship International is serving them prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime through 18 national ministries in the Asia Pacific region.

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Europe and Central Asia

Over 1 million prisoners in Europe and Central Asia are locked away and forgotten. See how Prison Fellowship International is serving them prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime through 30 national ministries in Europe and Central Asia.

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Latin America and the Caribbean

More than 1.8 million prisoners are locked away and forgotten in Latin America and the Caribbean. See how Prison Fellowship International is serving prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families and victims of crime throughout 29 national ministry partners across the region.

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Middle East and North Africa

More than 142,000 prisoners in the Middle East and North Africa are locked away and forgotten. See how Prison Fellowship International is serving them prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime through five national ministries in the Middle East and North Africa.

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North America

We are a movement of 116 indigenous ministries, and together we engage nearly 500 full-time staff and board members, and train, equip, and mobilize more than 33,000 volunteers.