Handicrafts Trainer in South Asia
Train a group of refugees skills in handicrafts and small cottage industries which will enable their families to be self-sustaining in a challenging environment.
Drawing on locally available resources, pass on your area of expertise (eg. in spinning, knitting, dying, weaving, sewing, paper-making or gift card making, and upcycling) to create useful or marketable handicrafts.
Give around eight hours a week in tuition, make friends and learn about the local culture.
Qualities & Gifts Sought
You enjoy teaching skills which enable remote rural communities maintain a sustainable lifestyle. You will live and work alongside the resident team, learning about their ministry.
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It is an occupational requirement of any role with WEC International to have a committed evangelical Christian faith, because sharing your faith will be part of that role.
About South Asia
The whole of Asia has developed rapidly over the last two decades, with huge political and economic development, along with rapid church growth.
All kinds of opportunities are opening up as ASEAN develops and Asia continues to change. God is clearly at work and WEC seeks to be in step with him, seeing the nations of South Asia reflecting God’s glory, his kingdom impacting each nation, and disciples of Jesus making more disciples.
WEC’s diverse ministry in South Asia includes missional business, education, English teaching, medical care and development work.
We cannot give details online about the countries, situations and opportunities we have found where you can serve in South Asia, but we will be able to tell you more when you meet us face to face.
More about WEC in South Asia