Opportunity

Healthcare Team Trip

Team
Dates needed
October 4-13, 2019
The Position

Team Members Needed

A total of 3 to 5 team members are needed for this trip. Individuals with or without a medical background -- at least 2 doctors and 1 nurse are needed; other team members do not need to be medical professionals. Students are welcome.

Trip Description

Each weekday, we will travel to a clinic location where we will be joined by a national team that has quietly seen the Good News spread to scores of communities. This region is very open to prayer, so we seek to pray with patients as often as possible. A ke component of each clinic is taking patient histories, which is done in partnership with bilingual nationals. At the end of each day, we take time to debrief and pray for the next day's activities.

Ministry Support Funds: $1,000/per participant

Ministry Support Funds cover all local travel, accommodations, meals and supplies used throughout the trip. A predetermined amount of $100 is submitted, to reserve placement, when assigned to a team. The balance is submitted 45 days prior to departure. Funds may be submitted by the team participant or by others on their behalf.

Instructions for securing a visa will be sent by the team leader.

Airfare: $1,100-$1,500

Each team participant is responsible for purchasing their own airfare which typically ranges from $1,100 to $1,500. Travel information will be provided by the team leader to ensure that everyone on the team arrives at the same time in the country of destination. Comprehensive details to prepare for this trip will be communicated by the team leader once each participant has been accepted and assigned to the team.

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If you meet our qualifications for healthcare team trips and are in agreement with ABWE's Doctrinal Statement, please click "Start the Conversation" below to begin the application process.

The Need

South Asia includes about 45 percent of Asia's population, or more than 25 percent of the world's population. Ninety-five percent of the world's least evangelized people live in this area of the world and most of the world's governments that oppose Christianity are also located there. This region includes Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Sri Lanka, and is home to a variety of people groups, 300 of which are unreached. More than 1.5 billion people live in this region, but only a small percent of the population claim to know Jesus. The rest practice Islam, Hinduism, or Buddhism.

The Impact

Use your meical skills on the mission field to heal people physically and spiritually. In our nearly 90 years of ministry, we have seen compassionate medical care soften hearts to hear the message of the gospel, changing lives for today and eternity.

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