Transform Sesheke

Education, support to children and women drawn from vulnerable communities, and breaking the spirit of syncretism.

Dates

1 September 2022 – 10 September 2022

Cost

AUD 740.00

Application Deadline

1 July 2022
Note: Prices do not include flights, visa, insurance or any vaccinations required.

Open to

Singles

Open to

Marrieds

Open to

Families

Open to

Groups

Transform Sesheke outreach will take place in western province of Zambia, and all participants will be hosted at a place called “Zamulimu”, situated on the banks of the Zambezi river, 50km from Sesheke town, and 250km from Livingstone. The main focus of this outreach is to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the tribe caught up in syncretism, where they combine Jesus Christ and the tribal culture of "sangomas”, and touching lives of orphans, and vulnerable children.

Evangelism, Education support at community school, practical work with building, dental & health service to the community.

If you are looking for an opportunity to serve and get a taste of rural Africa this outreach is for you!
Will there be accomodation provided?
We have 2 dorms with 2 shower rooms, sleeping up to 6 people each. We also have lots of camping space, participants who want to camp are encouraged to bring their own tents.
Will there be food provided?
Food will be bought and Participants will participate in the catering for their own food, as well as preparing it (on open fires – since there is NO ELECTRICITY, and no gas either!)
Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?
Fly into Livingstone (Harry Mwanga Nkumbula Airport)
What should my health condition be like?
Applicants must be in good health. People with asthma must travel with their own medication.
Do I need a visa?

Single-entry visa $50 upon arrival. For more information inquire from your country of origin visa requirement for Zambia.

People with particular allergies should inform us before hand. Children under 18 should be accompanied by parents.

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