Including accomodation, food and school materials
First World Nations, e.g. the North American, European Union, and Australasian (including Japan & South Korea).
30 million IDR (approx 1975 USD or 1850 Euro)
Second World nations, e.g. the G 22 group (including Nigeria, South Africa, Russia, Malaysia, Brazil etc.).
20 million IDR (approx 1300 USD or 1100 Euro)
Third World nations, e.g. India, Malawi, Kenya, Ghana.
12 million IDR (approx 1325 USD or 1250 Euro)
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Approximately 15 million - 25 million (US$1100 - US$1800 | 1000 Euro - 1500 Euro)
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On the Community Development School (CDS) you will be trained to view communities and nations from this perspective of ‘the gospel of the kingdom.’ On the school, you will learn a wholistic approach to the gospel that will contribute towards transforming communities and people’s lives physically, intellectually, socially, economically as well as spiritually.
You will learn how to encourage and empower communities rather than trying to be the heroes that rescue them from their situations. You will develop a biblical understanding of poverty, the forces that strengthen it, and how to partner with God and the community in developing solutions to these issues. And you will also learn foundational Biblical truths essential for the transformation of cultures.
HMT/DEV 365 & 366 – (formerly Foundations in Community Development – FCD) Prerequisite – Successful completion of DTS lecture & field assignment
CDS outreaches will often go to different parts of Indonesia, with potential opportunities also going to other ASEAN nations (SE Asian nations). With such high levels of poverty and need in SE Asia, there are numerous opportunities for our teams to be involved with across the region. UofN Bali has also recently adopted a 777 vision, with a focus of serving into eastern Indonesia in the regions of NTB, NTT and Ambon.
UofN Bali is an amazing international community with staff represented from 6 continents.
We are able to take advantage of many teachers that are serving in various aspects of development across the region.
The base has a number of ministries that students can get practical experience with, with ministries to street kids, slums, prisons and prostitutes.
Being located in SE Asia, there is lots of opportunity to experience poverty and develop solutions that really empower people.
Indonesia is made up of 300 ethnic groups, offering an incredible cross-cultural experience.
Bali is becoming a real gateway with easy access to locations across Indonesia as well as the nations of SE Asia.