Mission Uganda


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What is Mission Uganda?
Mission Uganda is a partnership between Lutheran Church of Hope and ChildVoice International. This is an opportunity for us to spread the love of Christ to children whose lives have been torn apart by war in northern Uganda. Join with ChildVoice as we create a community of hope for former child soldiers and their families.
Where do we go and what do we do?
You will travel to a small rural area north of Gulu in northern Uganda where ChildVoice is bringing hope to the people through medical services, education, agricultural projects, a residential program for children, and worship and Bible study. There will be opportunities to serve in a variety of ways, including construction projects, helping with agricultural projects, working alongside educators as they teach young adults basic reading, writing and math, facilitating Bible studies, prayer and/or worship time, help with care of infants and young children, joining in to support Centre staff with sewing, cooking, etc., and potential medical screening and treatment opportunities.
Important dates
2017 Trip Dates
Oct. 17-30

Who can go?
Anyone 18 years or older who has a heart for spreading God's love to remote parts of the globe.
Where do we stay?
This is your opportunity to experience Africa up close and personal. You will live in traditional African housing (thatched roof and all). Your meals will be prepared by the Ugandan staff and woman residents of the Centre.
What travel documents do I need?
A current U.S. passport is required. A temporary Visa will be purchased upon landing in Uganda. Click here for more information on acquiring a passport.

What immunizations do I need?
Preventive medicine for malaria is mandatory. A yellow fever vaccination is recommended but is not required for entry into Uganda. It is recommended that you be up to date with your tetanus and Hepatitis B vaccinations. Other vaccinations, such as typhoid and meningitis are optional.  Click here to go to the vaccination page of the Center for Disease Control.

What is the cost?

Cost is estimated to be $3,500 - $4,000, depending on airfare. This cost includes roundtrip airfare from Des Moines, hotel in Kampala on the way in and out of Uganda, ground transportation, all food and water. Vaccinations, malaria medication, added tourist excursions and souvenirs are an additional cost.

How do I sign up? 
1. You can register online when there is a trip or you can print a registration form by clicking here and turning the form in at Hope's front office. Registration forms can also be found at the Mission Center. A $500.00 non-refundable deposit is due upon registration. Background checks will be conducted by Hope on all mission trip applicants ages 18 and older. This is to ensure the safety and protection of all mission team members and the people we serve. If you've had a background check run by Hope in the last three years, a new one will not be needed.

2. Obtain or update your passport if necessary.
How can I get more information? 
Call Neil Mandsager (ChildVoice Board member and Hope member) at 360-9556 or contact Missions at 222-1520.
For more information about ChildVoice International, visit www.childvoiceintl.org.


Last Published: August 12, 2016 2:20 PM
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