GO ZIMBABWE Medical
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Are you a medical professional looking for ways to use your skills for God’s glory? Or do you have a compassionate heart and a willingness to assist in a clinical setting through prayer and administration? Many in Zimbabwe are in desperate need of medications, treatments, control of malaria, typhoid, care of child illnesses and other ailments related to pain and skin conditions. Our team can assist in providing teaching and training with simple processes like hygiene, hand washing, and prevention of diseases that are prevalent in the county. This medical team’s focus in Zimbabwe is with relief from water borne illnesses, worms and parasites, pain management, childhood diseases and illnesses, HIV Testing, Malaria Testing, and Cholera Testing. Compassion Christian Church partners with the African Development Mission Trust and supports their ministry activity in regions of the country.
You do not have to be a licensed medical professional to participate on this team. There are roles for prayer, encouragement and assistance. However, priority will be given to licensed medical professionals of all kinds able to use their skills in a rural, clinical setting.
For more information about this trip please email the team leader, Jen McKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org .
All applications must be submitted no later than 120 days before departure for international trips and 90 days before domestic trips. Please note, applying for a GO Team does not confirm your spot on the team. Once applications are reviewed, you may be requested to participate in an informal interview with a Team Leader. Following review, you will be notified of your acceptance or status on a waiting list. If a team is full you can still apply and be put on a waiting list should a spot become available. If you are applying for a Campus-Specific Team with a campus you do not attend you will be added to the waiting list and notified of any open spots no later than 120 days prior to departure for international teams and 90 days prior to departure for domestic teams. Once your application is accepted for any team you will be asked to complete a registration for through Managed Missions which will include a deposit ($100 for international and $25 for domestic teams). Submission of your registration and deposit will confirm your spot on the team.
We will continue to monitor any restrictions to travel due to COVID protocol in the U.S. as well as the host countries for our International Teams. Because restrictions are likely to fluctuate, all locations, dates of travel and costs listed are tentative and subject to change. Please note, depending on the requirements of the destination, you may be required to have a COVID vaccine to travel. You will be notified of these requirements at your first GO Team Formation meeting. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility! You can check out current country-specific requirements on the State Department Website HERE.
Africa Development Mission Trust
About Africa Development Mission Trust
The Africa Development Mission Trust (ADMT) was founded by Pastor Denford & Shingirirai Chizanga. The mission was established out of a desire to present the saving message of Jesus Christ to those in Zimbabwe, Africa and beyond and to train believers to be effective in their lives and ministry.
The focus of ADMT is to go into communities in Zimbabwe and beyond our borders to preach the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ, STARTING CHURCHES. As we work with the Churches that we start and the communities where we are, we have a commitment to empower and uplift the lives of those communities through Evangelism, Leadership And Vocational TRAINING. Another way of empowering communities is partnering with them in such TRANSFORMATIONAL PROJECTS as education, water & sanitation, health, food relief and income generation.
Denford & Shingirirai Chizanga
I, Denford, was born in Zimbabwe and my wife Shingie was born in Jamaica, but we both grew up in Zimbabwe. Part of my growing up was in rural Zimbabwe, Mhondoro in particular where currently most of ADMT work is being done. My wife Shingie mainly grew up in Harare. Most of our schooling was also done in Harare. We also grew up in the same Church in Harare, Zimbabwe and that’s how we met. We have been blessed with three kids: two girls, Hannah 12 years and Joanna 5 years and a boy Caleb 11 years.
Through prayers seeking God’s specific will for my life, as I was just beginning my professional career, God placed a burden upon my heart to start and preach His Word. I consequently went to Bible College in Zimbabwe and the USA. Over the years His calling has grown into taking the life changing message of our Lord Jesus Christ into other nations beyond the borders of Zimbabwe.Visit Partner Website