Lebanon Refugee Camps - Medical & Dental Mission (HFL121)
This trip will take you into some of the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon. Team members will fly into Beirut. Team will stay in dorms.
Work includes: Pack and deliver humanitarian relief packages in the camps. Assist with medical and dental clinics. Work in a children's school. Teach the gospel in small group settings. Visit families in their tents in the refugee camps.
Work alongside local pastors and missionaries as we host free medical and dental clinics where there is little if any medical care available.
$1550 + airfare
and includes ground transportation, lodging, meals, traveler's medical insurance, and a cost-share of medical supplies. Personal shopping & sight-seeing are not included. Contact us for more information about trip price. Airfare is extra and varies depending on point of origination and time of booking.
Training: No training is required for this trip. A service manual will be provided prior to the mission. There will be on-field orientation and training at the ministry site. Pre-field training is covered in our "CERT Service Manual", a mission specific manual, a pre-trip devotional, and constant communication with our office and team leader. Post-trip debriefing takes place near the end of the trip and followed up by a trip evaluation and post-trip devotional.
Team Member Application Required
Fill out and return to: CERT International, PO Box 763, Crossville TN 38557
- PASSPORTS: Be aware that many countries will not allow you to cross their borders or board your airplane to fly there unless your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your initial date of entry. Still more, including the 26 European nations that participate in the Schengen accord, require your passport to be valid for at least three months past your date of entry, which means that you must add that three-month requirement to the time you plan to travel abroad.
- Can I visit Arab countries with an Israeli stamp in my passport? Lebanon DOES NOT accept visitors with Israeli stamped passports. You will need to apply for a new passport to enter the country.