Learning Centre Director in Chad
WEC's thriving adult educational centre needs leadership. It has a well-stocked library and runs classes in English and IT, and cultural events.
Supervise a multi-national team of shorttermers and local Chadians, and develop the centre to its full potential. Play a full part in the Abéché outreach team.
Qualities & Gifts Sought
Good knowledge and fluency of French (CEFR B2 or higher). People skills important. Chadian Arabic can be studied in country. Expect to spend significant time initially in learning local Arabic and gaining relevant local experiences.
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About Teaching English
Fluency in English provides students with a vital skill. By teaching English you have a chance to build relationships with students, and can provide opportunities to share the gospel.
You can use your TEFL or TESOL training on a short-term mission experience with WEC. Have an opportunity to travel and experience a new culture.
TEFL training: You can study English Teaching online, or gain qualifications with one of our partners, ChristianTEFL.org
Every year there are opportunities in Brazil to teach our trainee missionaries. Here's a taster:
Jacquie taught English in Guinea-Bissau on a short term mission with WEC. Read Jacquie's story.
Get in touch with our UK Short Term team about our latest opportunities.
Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest and Niger to the west. It is the fifth largest country in Africa in terms of area.
Chad has several regions: a desert zone in the north, an arid Sahelian belt in the centre and a more fertile Sudanian Savanna zone in the south. Lake Chad, after which the country is named, is the largest wetland in Chad and the second-largest in Africa. The capital N'Djamena is the largest city.
The United Nations' Human Development Index ranks Chad as the seventh poorest country in the world, with 80% of the population living below the poverty line.
At 33%, Chad has one of the lowest literacy rates of Sub-Saharan Africa. Chad's official languages are Arabic and French.
[Read more about Chad on Wikipedia]
Chad has 141 people groups and half of these are considered unreached (they have yet to hear the good news about of Jesus). 56.6% are professing Muslims, 26% are professing Christians and of those, 7.5% call themselves Evangelical.
[source: Joshua Project]
Pray with us for:
The need for stable government
Freedom of religion
The Church in Chad
Least-reached people groups
[Operation World print edition, 2010]
You can also pray online for Chad with Operation World
WEC in Chad
In Chad there is an open door to serve Christ. WEC has many opportunities to serve people in Jesus' name, through urban outreach, teaching English, working with students, helping the poor, using the media and much more. We work with several unreached peoples including nomads.
There are so many unreached peoples here and, for the moment, a great freedom to work. The team are starting churches where there are none among the peoples of Chad. The time is now!
In 2012, WEC oversaw the translation and printing of the first New Testament in the Chadian dialect of Arabic, continuing WEC’s commitment to translate the scriptures into the languages of unreached people groups. Please pray with us that this NT will be widely read and used.
Chad has many Short Term Mission opportunities ...
You can teach:
-French language or literacy
-basic IT (usually in French)
-basic media-use (photography, audio, video, internet or social media)
-serve in a student library
-do outreach work among nomads (one year minimum)
And much more ...
Get in touch today!
Read more about WEC's work in Chad