Cameroon Foot Washing & Orphanage

New to Teen Missions–teams with a dual purpose. One is to help teenagers unplug from technology consuming too much of their time. Two is to reboot them by giving them opportunities to help others through various community development projects. They will be blessed as their eyes are opened to the needs of the world through missions work by helping others who are in need.

 

Dates: June 17 – August 11, 2017Cameroon Flag

Teen Missions Trip (ages 13-19)

Travel:  After completing Boot Camp training, you bus to the Miami International Airport to board a flight across the Atlantic Ocean, France, and the Swiss Alps before arriving in Istanbul, Turkey. A connecting flight takes you across the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara Desert before landing in Douala. From the airport you bus 225 miles through the African countryside to the Teen Missions Cameroon Bible, Missionary & Work Training Center, located outside of Bamenda.

Ministry: Your team will have two projects. First you will travel to one of our AIDS Orphans Rescue Units (AORU) and wash children’s feet then help them put on a new pair of socks and shoes. You will also assist the AORU facilitators with their daily medical treatments. You then go to the Win Our Nations orphanage and help paint the new dormitories and assist with building a fence. There will be ample opportunity on each project to teach the children Bible lessons, play soccer and other games.

Adventure: While in Cameroon you will have the opportunity to shop for souvenirs such as jewelry, drums, baskets and national soccer jerseys to help you remember your amazing summer.

Project Expense: $4690 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee

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(Note: Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.)

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8 Comments

  1. Hi. I was wondering how safe Cameroon is? I was thinking about going on this trip, but I wasn’t sure because of the safety. And also, are they still flying into Turkey?

    • Kayla, We will never knowingly send you into an unsafe area. We have a base there and the staff will let us know if it is not safe. Many things can change between now and the summer and we do monitor the situations in all the countries we are visiting. Right now, they are transiting through Turkey.

  2. Beth,
    Has the South Korea trip been permanently removed? I was going to register my daughter today and noticed it was not listed any longer.

  3. Hi! My name is Stevie and I would really like to find out more information about this trip! Who do i contact?

  4. When do most people register for one of these teen trips?

  5. Hi. My name is Lucy and if you could give me a constant number I could contact you on because I would love to do this mission trip but need more details! Thanks

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