Myanmar Children’s Home

First Boot Camp  June 6—July 26Myanmar

Come to Myanmar this summer and be part of this unique opportunity to share the Gospel of Christ and experience many cultures in one place! After training at The Lord’s Boot Camp, you will fly from the OrlandoInternationalAirport to Yangon, the capital of Myanmar via OHareInternational in Chicago and HongKong, China. From the airport, a seven-hour journey by bus takes you across the IrrawaddyRiver and the ArakanMountains to Gwa, located on the BayofBengal. Here you will continue construction on a dormitory for the Rakhine Children’s Home. During free time, enjoy playing games with the kids and sharing the love of Christ through music, puppets and dramas that you learned at Boot Camp. After your project, you return to Yangon for an exciting day of bartering at ScottMarket for local souvenirs of brass, wood, jewelry and pearls and a chance to see the ShwedagonPagoda that dominates the Yangon skyline. You will continue on to Hong Kong for an overnight in a hotel, where you will have the opportunity to finish your souvenir shopping in some of the best Chinese night markets before you return to Florida for Debrief.

Estimated Project Expense $4890 – $5190 U.S.   plus $30 Registration Fee


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  1. I noticed that the trip occurs in the middle of monsoon season – will the lodging be in dorms or tents?

    • Lauren, I was there last summer and there was very little rain. At this time, you would be inside, but that can change. We give out that information in the spring.

  2. I was wondering, how much of the time over there will be spent on a construction project and how much time will be spent with the children. Is it more work-based or is it mostly focusing on the orphans?

    • Devon, You will be working a lot of the time, but the orphans will be around and there will be many opportunities to interact with them.

  3. About how much of this trip is centered on the construction and how much on working with the children?

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