Indonesia

Indonesia – Agriculture Training

Use your skills in agriculture/farming to help community members in Indonesia gain the skills necessary to create a sustainable source of healthy food. 

Information

Lead a weeklong agriculture/farming workshop that uses hands-on projects to teach community members how to maintain and grow their own food. Program participants will use these skills to create a sustainable supply of healthy food for the community.   

 

Overview

Location: Indonesia

Dates: September - October 2019 (specific dates are flexible based on the volunteers' schedules)

Volunteers needed: 1 or 2

Application deadline: May 15, 2019

 

Your time in Indonesia

Anticipated activities
Observe what is being done in agriculture currently
Take what is observed and make suggestions about possible projects to be implemented
Potentially lead devotions

Skills/Characteristics
Has a background in agriculture/farming
Enjoys teaching and sharing knowledge with others
Comfortable speaking in front of others
Enjoys learning about others and celebrates differences

Language
English
Familiarity with Bahasa Indonesia (the official national language) is encouraged

 

Cost

Cost per volunteer
$3,300 – includes airfare, in-country transportation, food, lodging, in-country communication, visa, and international insurance.

Support raising
Support raising is a great way to fundraise for your trip and surround yourself with a support network. You can learn more about support raising here.

 

Additional details

Passport
You will need a valid passport to travel to and from Indonesia. It must not expire within six months of the trip.

Immunizations
All routine vaccinations should be up to date. Additionally, the CDC recommends getting vaccinated for Hepatitis A and Typhoid.

Considerations
Weather is hot and humid, and living conditions are very simple.

 

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"Seeing how so many people live with so little material possessions, yet possess such happiness, life and faith was a great opportunity for me."

Abigail Polzin

Volunteered in Indonesia

Our work in Indonesia

From clean water to educational community health fairs, Kingdom Workers partners with local Lutheran churches to provide needed solutions for people living in rural areas of Indonesia. 

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