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January 2019

Mongolia MNG19-01a Closed

January 15 - January 31
$1360

Vets and vet techs with small animal skills are needed to serve with V.E.T. NET in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia! We need your help to support and mentor the national veterinarians and support staff at the clinic who are seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in veterinary practice, so that they can then train other veterinarians in the country.

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Kenya KEN19-01a Closed

January 17 - January 31
$1100

Dates: January 17 - 31, 2019 (including travel dates). Trip Cost: $1100 (not including airfare to and from Nairobi, or approx. $400 for optional trip to *Maasai Game Preserve). Vet Work: Vaccinations, deworming, examining sick animals, and conducting basic trainings in veterinary medicine, animal husbandry, and nutrition. Ministry Opportunities: Relationship building with local families through home visits, prayer requests, and celebrations. Also the chance to engage with local children through the BOSCOVET Hope School. Additional Options: Non-vet family members are…

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February 2019

Mongolia MNG19-02a Open

February 1 - February 15
$1360

Vets and vet techs with small animal skills are needed to serve with V.E.T. NET in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia! We need your help to support and mentor the national veterinarians and support staff at the clinic who are seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in veterinary practice, so that they can then train other veterinarians in the country.

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Mongolia MNG19-02b Open

February 15 - February 28
$1360

Vets and vet techs with small animal skills are needed to serve with V.E.T. NET in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia! We need your help to support and mentor the national veterinarians and support staff at the clinic who are seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in veterinary practice, so that they can then train other veterinarians in the country.

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Haiti HTI 19-02a Open

February 17 - February 24
$780

This is part of a 10 week course for training Haitian Veterinary Agents. Vets are needed to teach curriculum which covers basic veterinary medicine, common Haitian veterinary problems, and animal health, prevention and management. There is some small animal work, but it is mostly large animal, equine and small ruminant work

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March 2019

Mongolia MNG19-03a Open

March 1 - March 15
$1360

Vets and vet techs with small animal skills are needed to serve with V.E.T. NET in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia! We need your help to support and mentor the national veterinarians and support staff at the clinic who are seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in veterinary practice, so that they can then train other veterinarians in the country.

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Kenya (Galphin-Freedom Global) 19-03a Open

March 7 - March 17
$1750

Work with Dr. Sam Galphin and learn how to improve a dairy farm that supports Uhuru Academy, a girls boarding school. Solve recurring problems, teach better farming techniques, improve production and animal health.  There will be opportunities to share your faith with the dairy farm workers at Uhuru Academy and those in the discipleship programs.

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USA (Wages/NCSU-Alaska) 19-03a – By Permission Only Open

March 9 - March 17
$3,200

NCSU Students travel to rural Alaska to build relationships, set up a clinic for vaccinations and spread the Gospel to native villagers.

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Honduras HND19-03a Open

March 9 - March 23
Agalta Valley Honduras
$1100 – $1310

Dr. Dick Linn and this team of volunteers will be once again partnering with Honduras Outreach International (HOI) to serve the people of the Agalta Valley this spring (flying into Tegucigalpa). Participants can choose to serve either one or both weeks, and will stay at HOI's ranch, Rancho el Paraiso.

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Haiti HTI 19-03a Open

March 10 - March 17
$780

This is part of a 10 week course for training Haitian Veterinary Agents. Vets are needed to teach curriculum which covers basic veterinary medicine, common Haitian veterinary problems, and animal health, prevention and management. There is some small animal work, but it is mostly large animal, equine and small ruminant work

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