Opportunities

Chad : Agricultural Development

Description

TEAM’s work in this vast region of Chad seeks to establish an indigenous, culturally sensitive reproducing church of Jesus Christ through incarnational relationship building, community development, education, and healthcare programs.

Having already successfully helped create a small woman's farming co-operative, we know the value of productive, sustainable agricultural systems which improve food security. We also recognize that asset-based community development empowers people to realize their God-given ability to flourish through hard work and planning.

We desire to accomplish this through incarnational, genuine relationships which transform people and communities from the inside, out.

Requirements

Strong Biblical foundation.

Agriculture degree or related field of study required.

Experience in your field.

Training in Muslim ministry will be helpful (but not required).

Willingness to live and work in a remote, underdeveloped region.

Requirements:

Vibrant and growing relationship with Christ and good prayer life.

At least a one year equivalency of Bible education.

Languages used in this region include Chadian Arabic and French; language learning would be required but level depends onspecific ministry and length of service.

Quick Facts

Location: The Swamp
Duration:9 months to 2 years
longer than 3 years
Ministry:


TagsMuslim
Unreached People Groups
Reference Number:3434

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