BRING THE GIFT OF VISION TO SOUTHEAST ASIA

The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.  Matthew 6:22

Kingdom Workers has an exciting opportunity for volunteers with experience in eye health! 

Help with the eye program happening in Southeast Asia. This fall, hundreds of people will be receiving eye exams. If glasses are needed, they will be made and delivered on a subsequent trip in January or February of 2017.  During this trip, volunteers will work with a local expert to help fit glasses, give instructions on how to care for them, and be involved in eye health education seminars. 

Bringing the gift of vision will be an incredible blessing for our brothers and sisters in Southeast Asia.  Children will have the opportunity to learn better in school, adults will become more productive – and all will be able to more clearly observe God's creation and read His Word

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 21, 2016 [UPDATED] 

GOAL: Improve eye health and awareness in several villages in Southeast Asia 

Start Date:  Spring 2017 - Two weeks in length. Flexible based on volunteer's schedule

Anticipated Activities:  Assist with eyeglass fittings and education.
Engage with service outreach projects happening in multiple locations.
Visit schools and villages.

Qualifications: Eye care  technicians, ophthalmologists, optometrists
A volunteer must have a strong desire to share Jesus and have a sense of adventure.

TOTAL COST PER VOLUNTEER: $3,500
Cost includes: Flights, in-country transportation, food, lodging, in-country communication, program fee, visa, international insurance.
FUNDRAISING: Volunteers are encouraged to fundraise to cover the costs. Kingdom Workers provides many resources to assist volunteers in their fundraising efforts.   

Not included in the cost above: 
Passport: Volunteer's passport must not expire within six months of the trip. 

Immunizations: All routine vaccines should be up to date.  In addition, the CDC recommends Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccines.

Coral Cady

Field Manager

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