Restoring Hope for Refugee Children

Ministering to poor refugee children and providing quality basic and Biblical education. (Optional extension)

Dates

3 July 2021 – 15 July 2021

Cost

AUD 1340.00

Application Deadline

Applications closed

Open to

Singles

Open to

Marrieds

Open to

Families

Open to

Groups

The team will use creativity to share the Good News and restore hope of children at risk.

The team members will work with refugees children using arts, music, handicrafts, sports and other creative ways to express God's love.

Believers who would like to express their love to God through actions, encouragement and prayer.
Fully equipped guest house. All bedding and linens are provided. There are common areas for groups to meet to enjoy devotions and time together. Wifi available. Housing is located in a very nice area near the airport, and public transportation is nearby.
All meals are included, ranging from international to typical local Arab meals. There are options for individuals with specific tastes. If you have any specific dietary needs, please let us know in advance.
Participants needs to fly to the International Airport in the capital.
Good health and able to walk and perform physical work. Please make sure participants have efficient travel medical insurance and bring personal medicine with them.

Many nationalities can get a 30 days tourist at the airport. Please check this requirement with a local travel agent or embassy or consulate if you are unsure.

Upon request, this outreach can be extended and customised up to two months.
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