Trip Sign Up

Welcome!

We’re so happy to have you traveling with us. This page includes many of the resources our volunteers need to prepare for their trip with YEABE Please make sure you read all the documents and participate in the conference calls. If you can’t participate live, you will find links to each call on this page so that you can listen when it bests suit your schedule. Some of the information is time-sensitive, so make sure you have kept up with the emails you receive from us and ask questions if something is not clear. You will also find information specific to your team here, including cultural and public health information.

 

In addition to the information found on this page, your team will have a departure call to go over details of your trip and provide you with a final Q and A session. This call will be held two to three weeks prior to your departure and will be scheduled by our office via email. You can always reach us at yeabemedicalcenter@gmail.com or 6787934449

We look forward to working with you as you prepare for your trip and hearing great stories upon your return!

Getting Involved with Yeabe

Mission Trips That Move You Forward

Stepping Stones to Long-term Service

God is calling his people to take the gospel to every corner of the world. More cross-cultural workers are needed! What are some ways you can discover God’s leading in your life and take the next steps in your journey?

Go on a mission trip that prepares you for future service.

If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably already been on at least one short-term mission trip. But you may not be ready to buy a one-way ticket. So look for a trip that will make a good next stepping stone for your ministry in the years to come. Mission trips that do the most to move you into a lifetime of service usually include these four things:

  1. Duration: You go for 10 days or more.
  2. Mentoring: You spend significant time with someone already on the field, learning from them. 3. Potential: You serve with a ministry that could also send you long-term.
  3. Experience: You try out what you expect to do later. Anyone can gain even more from any mission trip by putting these three things on your priority list as well:
  4. Preparation: Before you go, learn all you can about where you’re going and what you’ll be doing.
  5. Relationships: Focus on spending time with people rather than on tasks and activities.
  6. Reflection: Commit to learn as much as you can by processing what you feel, think, and experience during and after the trip.

 

In the brief time spent on a short-term trip, the taste of day-to-day life in a foreign country is for the most part very romanticized. Although you may feel like you’ve experienced life on the field, it does not compare to the routine of daily life that most missionaries encounter … Spending an extended period of time on the field will allow you to experience the day-to-day life of career missionaries and see if God might be leading you there for longer.

—The Traveling Team

Besides choosing your mission trips wisely, what else can you do to prepare yourself to be used by God in missions?

Tell someone

Talk to others about what you’re thinking. Let them know about your interest in long-term cross-cultural service. Don’t just journal about it, think about it, and keep it to yourself. In order to move forward you need to start interacting with others. Maybe you need a mentor. And you should definitely talk to your pastor!

This process may include a conversation with our mission department or Most mission representatives would love to hear about what God is doing in your life, even if you do not end up joining their group. They can help answer your questions and identify your next steps. Are you a professional, maybe an entrepreneur? Explore the unique opportunities to use your professional skills in ministry.

There are so many ways in which you can get involved. First and foremost, you can keep Ethiopia in your prayers. Pray for the kids, the elderly, the house parents and the volunteers. You can also get involved by joining a volunteer trip. We have several dozen trips throughout the year. Finally, you can get involved by being a fund-raising partner. Whether you want to help organize fund raising events or you want to commit to donating regularly – every penny makes a difference.

Our Upcoming Mission Trip

Our upcoming medical mission trip:

Black Lion Hospital the largest general public hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Upcoming trip: October 19 – 28, 2018.

  • “Current Missionary Opportunities
    October 19-28, 2020November 16-25, 2020
    December 15-23, 2020January 19-27, 2020
    February 16-24, 2020March 16-24, 2020
    April 13-21, 2020May 18-26, 2020
    June 15-23, 2020July 13-28, 2020
    August 10-18, 2020
  • Medical Mission Trip Dates
    October 19-28, 2020November 16-25, 2020
    December 15-23, 2020January 19-27, 2020
    February 16-24, 2020March 16-24, 2020
    April 13-21, 2020May 18-26, 2020
    June 15-23, 2020July 13-28, 2020
    August 10-18, 2020

Application Review:

  • All applications will be reviewed promptly and acceptance emails will be sent upon completion of the review.
  • If you are a medical or dental professional, verification of a current license will be required to practice.
  • Upon acceptance, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the trip before making a final decision regarding your participation or payments.
  • All participants will have access to our Volunteer Resources page to obtain briefing and cultural packets, review community health education materials, obtain information regarding insurance, safety and security, logistics, and much more.

 

Check out our upcoming trip for 2018-2019

Please Note: There is a $300 NON-refundable deposit required to hold your spot on a trip. Deposits will be applied towards your trip. Payments for half of the trip are due 12 weeks prior to departure. Final balance will be due 8 weeks prior to departure. Background checks will be done on each applicant. All applications are subject to approval.

Trip Fees include: Round trip airfare from your closest major airport, hotel in DC ( If necessary), lodging in Ethiopia, transportation, translators, 3 meals a day, large bottle of water daily, and a cultural experience.

Email: yeabemedicalcenter@gmail.com 

 

Please Note: All departure dates are listed as leaving from Washington, DC. Depending on your originating city some participants may have to leave the day before and stay overnight in order to connect with the team in DC. Hotel is included in the airfare. Although unlikely, all trips are subject to change or cancellation. (In the event of trips cancellations refunds will be given)

Welcome!

We’re so happy to have you traveling with us. This page includes many of the resources our volunteers need to prepare for their trip with YEABE Please make sure you read all the documents and participate in the conference calls. If you can’t participate live, you will find links to each call on this page so that you can listen when it bests suit your schedule. Some of the information is time-sensitive, so make sure you have kept up with the emails you receive from us and ask questions if something is not clear. You will also find information specific to your team here, including cultural and public health information.

 

In addition to the information found on this page, your team will have a departure call to go over details of your trip and provide you with a final Q and A session. This call will be held two to three weeks prior to your departure and will be scheduled by our office via email. You can always reach us at yeabemedicalcenter@gmail.com or 6787934449

We look forward to working with you as you prepare for your trip and hearing great stories upon your return!

Getting Involved with Yeabe

Mission Trips That Move You Forward

Stepping Stones to Long-term Service

God is calling his people to take the gospel to every corner of the world. More cross-cultural workers are needed! What are some ways you can discover God’s leading in your life and take the next steps in your journey?

Go on a mission trip that prepares you for future service.

If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably already been on at least one short-term mission trip. But you may not be ready to buy a one-way ticket. So look for a trip that will make a good next stepping stone for your ministry in the years to come. Mission trips that do the most to move you into a lifetime of service usually include these four things:

  1. Duration: You go for 10 days or more.
  2. Mentoring: You spend significant time with someone already on the field, learning from them. 3. Potential: You serve with a ministry that could also send you long-term.
  3. Experience: You try out what you expect to do later. Anyone can gain even more from any mission trip by putting these three things on your priority list as well:
  4. Preparation: Before you go, learn all you can about where you’re going and what you’ll be doing.
  5. Relationships: Focus on spending time with people rather than on tasks and activities.
  6. Reflection: Commit to learn as much as you can by processing what you feel, think, and experience during and after the trip.
In the brief time spent on a short-term trip, the taste of day-to-day life in a foreign country is for the most part very romanticized. Although you may feel like you’ve experienced life on the field, it does not compare to the routine of daily life that most missionaries encounter … Spending an extended period of time on the field will allow you to experience the day-to-day life of career missionaries and see if God might be leading you there for longer.
—The Traveling Team

Besides choosing your mission trips wisely, what else can you do to prepare yourself to be used by God in missions?

Tell Someone

Talk to others about what you’re thinking. Let them know about your interest in long-term cross-cultural service. Don’t just journal about it, think about it, and keep it to yourself. In order to move forward you need to start interacting with others. Maybe you need a mentor. And you should definitely talk to your pastor!

This process may include a conversation with our mission department or Most mission representatives would love to hear about what God is doing in your life, even if you do not end up joining their group. They can help answer your questions and identify your next steps. Are you a professional, maybe an entrepreneur? Explore the unique opportunities to use your professional skills in ministry.

There are so many ways in which you can get involved. First and foremost, you can keep Ethiopia in your prayers. Pray for the kids, the elderly, the house parents and the volunteers. You can also get involved by joining a volunteer trip. We have several dozen trips throughout the year. Finally, you can get involved by being a fund-raising partner. Whether you want to help organize fund raising events or you want to commit to donating regularly – every penny makes a difference.