NDOLA - ZAMBIA
The project developed through the partnership of FollowUp, MaxLife, along with UNIMIL - United Mission for Life.
From the perspective that it is through transcultural immersion in the different realities and human conditions, that society will have the opportunity to experience true and healthy transformation, making a significant contribution, to become relevant in response to local needs.
The project aims to work in community development, which helps transform people under four important pillars: Social, educational, economic and spiritual.
And it serves two distinct communities in Ndola - Zambia. Being the first one near the community where the missionary base is located, a space that is open for access to the population and where meals are served for an average of 400 children. And the second in another community where the school is.
Multidisciplinary actions and activities will be developed.
Day 01 - Boarding in Brazil
Day 02 - arrival in Ndola, receptive, transfer to UNIMIL missionary base and accommodations. Meeting with final instructional team.
Day 03 - Start of activities
Day 04 - Courses and trainings at school
Day 05 - Medical / dental attendance at school Day 06 - Courses and training at the missionary base Day 07 - Medical / dental assistance at the missionary base
Day 08 - Final activities
Day 09 - Safari (optional)
Day 10 - Transfer to airport and boarding.
Day 11 - Disembarkation in Brazil
✦ Terrestrial: $ 550 includes: Ndola airport pick - up, airport - base transfer, base - school on project days and base - airport, lodging and boarding at missionary camp for every day of the mission. This amount can be made via bank transfer or credit card, considering the change of the day.
✦ Aerial: NOT INCLUIDED We will have some reservations on the flight leaving Sao Paulo (Guarulhos), check the values by the number (12) 99790-1234. You can choose the best way to send your air transport, it does not have to be necessarily with us, who for example has miles and wants to send to the airline can do it. Remember though, that the group needs to be in Ndola at the same time, because the transfer to the camp has a single schedule defined.
✦ For information on banking data or how to pay by credit card, air reservation, flight data / fare, among other questions, call WhatsApp (12) 99681-1696.
✦ Passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of travel
✦ Yellow fever vaccine (applied at least 14 days before travel)
✦ Immigration fee $ 50 paid on immigration into Zambia after landing.
The Zambian Territory, located in the south-central portion of the African continent, has no outlet to the ocean and is bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo (north), Angola (west), Namibia (southwest), Zimbabwe ( to the south and southwest), Tanzania (to the northeast), Mozambique and Malawi (to the east). Most of its area is covered by savannahs and the country also hosts extensive rivers, such as Luangwa, Kafue and Zambezi, where the famous Victoria Falls are. Formerly a British colony, Zambia (formerly Northern Rhodesia) gained independence on October 24, 1964. Since then the country has joined the British Commonwealth - a bloc formed by the United Kingdom and its former colonies.
Zambia has one of the poorest economies on the planet, with copper extraction and export being the main source of revenue. Another important ore for the country is cobalt. Agriculture, especially subsistence agriculture, employs about 70 percent of Zambians who grow potatoes, maize, cassava, peanuts, coffee, cotton, sugar cane and tobacco.
The industry, little diversified, operates in the segments of mineral treatment, cement production and food. Tourism also contributes to the National Gross National Product (GDP). This sector is driven by national parks and waterfalls.
The population, composed of about 70 different ethnic groups, suffers with diverse socioeconomic problems. Most of the inhabitants live below the poverty line, that is, less than US $ 1.25 a day; the illiteracy rate is 30%; malnutrition affects 45% of Zambians; life expectancy is one of the lowest in the world (41.2 years); 14% have the HIV virus and the infant mortality rate is 90 for every 1,000 live births.
The mission base has a limited capacity, to guarantee your vacancy in this journey you need to make your reservation in the amount of R $ 130.00 (this value will later be discounted from the value referring to the terrestrial described above). This value will serve to authorize the entrance of the group of missionaries in the country (authorization that will define our date of entry) and thus guarantee their vacancy in the base.
✦ For information on banking data or how to pay via credit card, air reservation, flight data / fare, among other questions, call WhatsApp (12) 99790-1234
WHAT TO TAKE?
✦ Light clothing considering the tropical climate ✦ Sunscreen
✦ Personal hygiene items: shampoo,
conditioner, repellent, deodorant,
perfume, toothpaste, toothbrush, etc. Remembering that international flight does not allow items over 100ml in the handbag, so take it inside the bag that will be dispatched
✦ Medications for personal use, and basic medicines, consult your physician and ask for a prescription that includes medicines that may be needed while traveling such as: pain, fever, anti-inflammatories, among others.
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