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Project Profile
Middle East / North Africa
Orphanage / Retreat Center Design
EMI Project 12004

February 5 – 16, 2011

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Team Needs
- Architect(s) - for Masterplan design and building design for the Phase 1 building.
- Electrical Engineer - conceptual design of power generation and distribution systems.

- Financial Sponsors - Financial support is needed to make this trip possible. Would you be willing to help make this important trip possible with a financial gift?

Project Scope
In a land where orphans are often treated badly in homes of distant relatives or government –run orphanages, a group of national believers is prepared to start an orphanage with the express purpose of providing a "safe, loving and nurturing environment" to these precious young ones. A local NGO has been established to minister to widows and orphans and has begun working with widows already.

They have purchased a 10 acre tract of land and are ready to start developing their work with orphans. The long-term vision for the site includes a multi-story Accommodation Building for up to 70 children with a Kitchen and Dining Room on the lower level, Staff Housing, Guest Housing, Child Education / Vocational Training Building, Agricultural Land and Buildings, and a Retreat Center for believers and their families including Accommodations and Recreational Areas.

EMI will be sending a team of architects and engineers to work on the masterplan design and the building design for the Accommodations Building, which will be built in Phase One. Please consider joining this team and extending the love of Christ to orphans in the region of the world where Christ Himself loved the children and gave Himself for them.


Costs
$US 2,200 - 2,800 (depends on airfare)
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