TeamsServing communities of EW Zambia

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Teams — Serving communities of EW Zambia

Since 2002 there have been over 20 teams or 300 plus Australian’s, New Zealander’s and American’s visit EWZ. At times you could feel sorry for our Zambian staff and community members as they try and accommodate such a wide range of cultures! Team members have come from all walks of life, with various skills and qualification, were challenged in many ways but went home as our long serving Chairmen of EWA Joe Jansen would say, “never the same again!” Over the years there have been a variety of teams serving in such areas as building, medical and camp teams. What these teams have achieved is simply phenomenal.

Teams have been an extremely important part in the growth and development of EW Zambia and we continue to look at teams into the future to be a part of meeting our vision.

"You will never be the same again!" — Joe Jansen

 
 

2017

During 2017, there are opportunities for supporters to join various teams travelling to Eagles Wings in Zambia.

CAMP team will run in early July, with volunteers working alongside our Zambian staff to run the annual Kids Camp in Livingstone, Zambia. Experience the natural wonder of the Victoria Falls, see a lion up close or jump off a perfectly good bridge (with a harness). It's a week of adventures, mentoring and discipleship. Building relationships with the students from Eagles Wings and learning new perspectives and understanding about issues of global poverty.
—Contact Nat for more info.

MEDICAL team will be held in early August. This team will be made of people with specialist medical skills and general helpers. Be a part of a medical clinic to the Eagles Wings students and the surrounding communities, providing medical care for minor illnesses through to serious issues and referral to the hospital system. Previous teams have seen over 1800 people in two weeks. You will also have a long term impact through Health Education, covering topics such as diarrhoea, back care, malaria, dental hygiene, HIV/AIDS and hand washing.
—Contact Barb for more info.

BUILDING team will also be held in August. If you have want to use you practical skills in construction, then this is the team for you. Various roles exist within the team, from blocklayer, carpenter, plumber, welder, team cook, shopper and general labour. The focus of the 2017 team will be to begin work on the Adult Education block, giving basic but life changing education to women living in extreme poverty who did not have the opportunity to attend formal schooling in their childhood.
—Find out more about our Adult Education program here.
—Contact Matt for more info.

Apply for a Team

  • 2002
  • First team sent
  • 20
  • Teams sent
  • 300+
  • Team members
  • 2
  • Broken bones