##CANCELLED## Refugee Relief in Adaševci, Serbia - option 36
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Is to serve the refugees and show the love of Jesus, through provision of a space where they can come and hang out, drink tea or coffee together or play table tennis and play other games.
- Language: It is a must that you understand and speak English. If you doubt your capability to communicate in English or are unsure, please ask your home office for more information. Languages present among the refugees are: Farsi, Pashto, Arabic, Urdu and Kurdish.
- Costs: The cost for the week is 170€ for the week, but for additional weeks the price will be reduced to 150€ per week.
Should be flexible, have the ability to work in teams, easily adaptable to new circumstances, heart to serve and work among Muslims, and is able to work under the authority of the local OM team and government officials in the camp.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will there be accomodation provided?
Accommodation fees are included in the fees that are paid to the team coordinator and she will settle the bill with the place you stay. Do not expect to have a single room.
Will there be food provided?
We do not provide meals, self-catering is around 6-8€ a day, which is extra to the weekly fee paid.
Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?
If arriving in Belgrade by plane we advise you to book your arrival time before noon so that you can use public transport to get to Šid. If arrival in Belgrade is after 13:30 it is difficult to catch the last bus to Šid. For departure we recommend to book your ticket after 16:00, again so it will be possible to use public transport. If your flight arrives too late for public transport or leaves too early, we can arrange airport pick up and drop off. This will cost additional 20€ each way.
What should my health condition be like?
If you have allergies or some medical history (depression, food disorder etc.) please make sure to point that out to the sending field BEFORE arranging your trip. The conditions at the camp are poor and diseases can spread easily. Make sure you have the basic hygiene and medical supplies with you that you need.
Do I need a visa?
Anyone with a European passport, not needing a visa for EU countries, or in possession of a Schengen visa can enter Serbia. Otherwise we are not able to provide an invitation letter for visas. Please check with your home office for more information.
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