The purpose of this outreach is to give hope through the gospel to the minority Muslim community and vulnerable children.

Dates

21 September 2022 – 30 September 2022

Cost

AUD 740.00

Application Deadline

Applications closed
Note: Prices do not include flights, visa, insurance or any vaccinations required.

Open to

Singles

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Marrieds

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Families

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Groups

OM Ndola in Zambia has a vision to share the gospel to Muslims and make them effective followers of Jesus Christ through a mobilized church!

Our focus is to reach out to the local Muslim communities around, especially Somalis with the gospel and non Muslim communities. See to it that children are reached with the gospel especially the orphans, and providing them with food

Flexibility and able to work in teams, willing to adapt to new circumstances.
Will there be accomodation provided?
Basic hostel
Will there be food provided?
Food will be prepared for participants from main kitchen
Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?
Airport of arrival Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe airport -Ndola city. Airport pick-up and drop-off will be organised.
What should my health condition be like?
Must be in good health. Allergies or dietary issue will not necessarily exclude you from the outreach. Please inform us of all medical issues if any. For those with asthma should carry 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.

Under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.

Interested?

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