Short-Term Trips


We take short-term trips for long-term good.

Teams from our US Office travel to work with our teams on the field for a week or more in order to support teams’ visions for their ministries over the next 5, 10, or 20 years in those places. Check out upcoming trips below, apply to participate, and feel free to contact us with any questions!

Medical Mission Trip
October 1-16 2018
Middle East

During this two-week medical mission trip, participants will be providing first aid, wound care, and basic health education to adults and children in the Middle East. The trip will cost approximately $2000 and we are looking for physicians, dentists, dental assistants, pediatric nurses, and nurse practitioners to join the team. 

Art as Mission Trip
November 2018
Middle East

This one-week trip will be a time to meet up with long-term team members to host an exhibition in a new permanent art gallery. While there, we'll meet with local missionaries, set up an art show, and coordinate art classes. The approximate cost is $2000.

Medical Mission Trip
April 29 - May 14 2019
Central Asia

In spring of 2019, World Horizons USA will be taking a medical team to Central Asia to work with victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence who have been rescued or escaped from their circumstances. We will be partnering with a humanitarian organization recognized by the local government that works to rehabilitate and train these women. During our two week trip, we will facilitate women’s health seminars and intensive classes for women from all age groups, perform non-invasive medical physicals, participate in job skills training, and travel to local villages to spend time with women without access to healthcare. We are specifically looking for those with a background in women’s health, optometry/ophthalmology, and pediatrics.

Medical Mission Trip
Early fall of 2019 (dates TBD)
South Asia

In fall of 2019, World Horizons USA will be partnering with our team in South Asia to provide access to basic, comprehensive medical care in the communities where they work. This trip is open to all healthcare professionals! More details forthcoming.