Restoring Hope – Medical Outreach

The purpose of this outreach is providing prayer, educational, spiritual and medical support for the refugee children and their families.The days of the outreach can be extended upon request.

Dates

19 July 2021 – 30 July 2021

Cost

AUD 1250.00

Application Deadline

Applications closed

Open to

Singles

Open to

Marrieds

Open to

Families

Open to

Groups

The team will work with the refugee children at the Center of Hope to provide Hygiene and First Aid classes, medical support, prayer and encouragement for their families. Beside the medical involvement, the team will also be part of Bible teaching classes.

Providing medical aid, educational and health services to Nuba refugee and hosting communities.

Doctors, medical assistants, dentists and nurses, intercessors and all medical students.
Fully equipped guest house. All bedding and linens are provided. There are common areas for groups to meet to enjoy devotions and time together.  Housing is located in a very nice area.
All meals are included, ranging from typical local and International meals. There are options for individuals with specific tastes.  If you have any specific dietary needs, please let us know in advance. 
Fly to the International Airport in the capital.
Participants should be in good health, ready for an intense time of ministry.  The capital is located in the middle of Sahara Desert, with low humidity.  Any special needs (food allergies, medical conditions must be communicated as early as possible so that organizers can prepare to receive that person!  Each participant should arrange personal medical insurance to cover the period of the outreach. 

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.

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