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In order of preference, please list your preferred outreach locations from the following options: Sarajevo - Bosnia & Herzegovina, Durrës - Albania, Cahul - Moldova
In order of preference, please list your preferred outreach locations from the following options: Ocnița - Moldova or Užice - Serbia
In order of preference, please list your preferred outreach locations from the following options: Ocnița - Moldova or Kraków - Poland
Outreach locations for Easter 2019 are not yet determined. Please leave the following field blank. We will be in touch over the coming weeks to discuss the options with you.


  

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VACCINATIONS
We recommend that participants have up to date MMR, DTP, Tetanus vaccines, and Hepatitus A and B as you may be working with vulnerable people groups where the risk of contracting certain diseases or infections is higher. Participants should ideally arrange an appointment with their health professional as soon as you complete your application and follow their advice regarding vaccination requirements for travel.






Criminal Background Check




We will email you a form to provide us with your DBS information.
We will email you with the information required to obtain a police check from your home country.

Criminal Offences









YWAM England and Wales, as an agency working with children and young people, is exempt from the UK Rehabiliation of Offenders Act (1974) and therefore applicants must declare all previous convictions. Police record checks can be made by YWAM to verify information.

In accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998, the information provided will be held securely, confidentially and only used for the purposes needed.

Code of Conduct & Expectations

Below you will find a list of everything we expect from someone participating in Mission Adventures. Please have a read through before continuing with this form. Your team leaders will go through these in detail during the orientation & training.

 
Safety: 

Our aim is to keep you safe at all times. In a country where you cannot speak the language and maybe do not understand the customs or your vulnerability, and to protect ourselves by knowing where you are at all times, we ask that you will adhere to our guidelines about the following: 
 
  1. Being Out Alone. You will not be allowed to walk/travel anywhere alone, regardless of your age. Your team leaders will give guidelines for where you may go in twos or threes as appropriate. Please trust their wisdom. 
  2. Money & Belongings: Please be mindful of these things - not having them on show or causing yourself to become a target for crime. 
  3. Communication: If you are asked to visit people in their home (by them) please do not do so until you have checked with the YWAM leader and agreed a time to return. Again, they may know things about the area/appropriateness and say no. Please trust their wisdom. 
  4. ‘Lost’ procedure/protocol:Your leader should give you clear instructions as to what you should do if you find yourself separated from the group, make sure you know what they are! We do not take this lightly and strongly urge you to stay with the team. However, should you get separated, make sure you follow the procedure. 
  5. Punctuality: Being on time to arranged rendezvous points and meetings is very important for several reasons. It not only shows respect for the team leader & the rest of the team by not keeping them waiting, it more importantly lets leadership know you are safe. Otherwise they will be alerted quickly if anything has happened to you as the expectation is that everyone will be on time. 
Health & Well-Being: 

You will be experiencing a lot of new things, meeting new people, eating new food and getting used to a new bed. Don’t take for granted the impact this could have on your body. The following guidelines are designed to help you protect your body so that you can give 100% while on outreach.

  1. Get enough sleep: You might be more tired than usual as you adjust to so many new things. Making sure you get enough sleep will help - and that doesn’t mean long lie-ins, it means being disciplined to get to bed at a good time! We start early each morning and you’ll want to be rested! 
  2. Wear sunscreen: Remember, the countries we are visiting are not England and the sun does come out. We will be outside much of the time between travel and ministry - don’t forget the sunscreen! 
  3. Drink water: As above, you will be walking lots, out in the sunshine, and we would love you to enjoy and make the most of your time - being dehydrated is not fun for anyone! 
  4. Eating: Food = energy. It’s simple - make sure you’re eating well. We encourage all our missionaries to eat whatever is put in front of them, especially if it is provided by the hosts or other local people. We want to respect the hospitality of those we are working with and this includes any food they might prepare. Eating well will also keep your strength up, potentially provide some entertainment if the food is unusual to you, and definitely challenge you to prefer others over your own personal tastes! 
  5. Take care of your body: no alcohol, smoking or drugs. We have a strict no alcohol policy (including the purchase of alcohol as gifs), even if you are over 18 (or the relevant age in the country), and all leaders should also adhere to this policy. We hope you will understand why this is important. In other cultures it can be unacceptable to drink or smoke as a Christian, and we do not want to undermine the work that our partners in YWAM or local churches are doing in these countries. Not only that, but with demanding schedules, we’ll need our bodies in tip-top shape. Please note that drinking alcohol, even if you are of legal age, smoking or doing drugs can result in your being sent home. 
Team:

One of the most important aspects of outreach and discipleship are the relationships with other members of your team. We encourage you all to prefer others and show respect for each other and the leadership in the team through the following: 

  1. Timing: As mentioned, one practical way to show respect to other people on your team is to be on time to things. As one writer puts it, “being late is just selfishness in action, you think your time is more valuable than other people’s.” If you keep people waiting all the time, they may begin to be annoyed or resentful, and the ministries you are trying to do may be delayed or rushed. Keeping good time respects the hosts and others in the local country and shows the rest of your team you are thinking about them as well as representing your church and YWAM well. 
  2. Communication: Your leaders will always try to do their best to make sure you understand the details of what you will be doing and why. We want you to feel comfortable asking questions or voicing your concerns, however we ask that you do this in a respectful manner, without moaning, and at an appropriate time. There will be times when your leaders are able to give you detailed instructions and they may ask for your ideas and input in order to make decisions as a team. There may also be times when your leader is able to give you less information, and in those moments we ask that you trust your leadership and do as they say, as there may be a good reason that you are not aware of as to why they are doing something a certain way, or why a certain decision has been made. We ask that you would communicate with respect at all times, not only to your leaders but to everyone you meet, this includes listening atentively when others are speaking, and refraining from negatively or gossip. 
  3. Conflict resolution: Following on from the above, we strongly advise you to keep short accounts with both the leaders and your teammates. If something is frustrating or annoying you, speak to the person or people about it as soon as you are calm enough to do so respectfully. Don’t let it brew as that leads to distraction, tension, and can be divisive in the team as a whole. 
  4. Balancing relationships: During Mission Adventures you will have the opportunity to meet lots of new people, and make lots of new friends. While this is an exciting aspect of the programme, we ask that you find a healthy balance between time spent with the people on your team and building new relationships. 
  5. Exclusive relationships: Along the same lines, to keep a good team dynamic, we ask you to not have exclusive relationships - that is, don’t spend all of your time with just one person, or form cliques. This can apply to boy/girl relationships as well as friendships. 
Culture 

  1. Respect: British (or your home) culture is not the only right way to live. Other cultures are different, they are not wrong. Please be mindful of your behaviour, language and even actions. Don’t be worried - your hosts will let you know if there is anything important you shouldn’t say or do - but just remember that you are representing YWAM and the churches in these places. If something about their culture offends you, ask a bit more about it, find out why it’s like that - always show interest - you could learn something. 
  2. Clothing: Following on from above, please note that in some places, it is not always considered respectful to dress in the ways that we do in the west. Whether we agree or not, we want to build relationship with people there, not cause ofence, so it is imperative you help us respect the local people and their customs. Please note, we have some general policies and your YWAM leader will be able to give specific guidelines for your location. As a rule: no underwear on display (guys or girls please make sure your trousers are worn over your underwear!), no short shorts, no spagheti strapped tops and most importantly - leggings & skinny jeans should always be worn with a long top/dress. 
  3. Members of the opposite sex: Don’t assume that it’s okay to interact with members of the opposite sex in the same way it is in Britain. Your hosts will advise you, but again, just be aware. If you’re worried - ask. 
  4. Food: As already mentioned, we really ask that you try to eat everything that is put in front of you. On the whole, the teams will be catering for themselves, so these experiences may be few and far between - make the most of them.


Below you will find a list of everything we expect from someone participating in Mission Adventures, please read through before signing the form page overleaf. You will go through these in detail with your team during the orientation & training.

Safety:
Our aim is to keep your team safe at all times. In a country where they cannot speak the language and maybe do not understand the customs or their vulnerability, and to protect them by knowing where they are at all times, we ask that you and your team will adhere to our guidelines about the following:
  1. Being Out Alone. Your team will not be allowed to walk/travel anywhere alone, regardless of their age. As a team leader you will give guidelines for where they may go in twos or threes as appropriate. Please exercise wisdom, good judgement and keep in mind safeguarding policies.
  2. Money & Belongings: Please be mindful of these things - not having them on show or causing yourself to become a target for crime, encourage your team to be aware of these thing and to do the same.
  3. Communication: If you or the team are asked to visit people in their home (by them) please instruct your team not to do so until they have checked with you as the YWAM leader and agreed a time to return. Again, please exercise wisdom, good judgement and keep in mind safeguarding policies to ensure it is appropriate for them to go.
  4. ‘Lost’ procedure/protocol: You should give clear instructions to your team regarding what they should do if they find themselves separated from the group, and make sure you know where they are! We do not take this lightly and strongly urge you to stay together as a team. However, should you get separated, make sure you have a plan in place and it has been communicated to your team so everyone knows what to do.
  5. Punctuality: Being on time to arranged rendezvous points and meetings is very important for several reasons. It not only shows respect for the hosts & the rest of the team by not keeping them waiting, but more importantly lets you as the leader know your team is safe. If a team member is late to a rendezvous point, you then need to resort to your emergency plan as the expectation is that everyone will be on time.
Health & Well-Being:

You will be experiencing a lot of new things, meeting new people, eating new food and getting used to a new bed. Don’t take for granted the impact this could have on your body. The following guidelines are designed to help protect your team’s bodies so that they can give 100% while on outreach.

  1. Get enough sleep: You and your team might be more tired than usual as you adjust to so many new things. Making sure you all get enough sleep will help - and that doesn’t mean long lie-ins, it means being disciplined to get to bed at a good time! We start early each morning and you’ll want everyone to be rested!
  2. Wear sunscreen: Remember, the countries we are visiting are not England and the sun does come out. Wewill be outside much of the time between travel and ministry - don’t forget the sunscreen and remind team members to keep applying it regularly!
  3. Drink water: As above, you will be walking lots, out in the sunshine, and we would love you and the team to enjoy and make the most of your time - being dehydrated is not fun for anyone, please encourage them to drink frequently and keep an eye out for people that may be showing signs of dehydration!
  4. Eating: Food = energy. It’s simple - make sure you and the team are eating well. We encourage all our missionaries to eat whatever is put in front of them, especially if it is provided by the hosts or other local people. We want to respect the hospitality of those we are working with and this includes any food they might prepare. Eating well will also keep your strength up, potentially provide some entertainment if the food is unusual to you, and challenge the team to prefer others over their own personal tastes!
  5. Take care of your body - no alcohol, smoking or drugs: We have a strict no alcohol policy (including the purchase of alcohol as gifts), even if you are over 18 (or the relevant age in the country), all leaders should also adhere to this policy. We hope they will understand why this is important. Please explain to your team that in other cultures it can be unacceptable to drink or smoke as a Christian, and we do not want to undermine the work that our partners in YWAM or local churches are doing in these countries. With demanding schedules, they’ll also need their bodies in tip-top shape. Please note that drinking alcohol, even if they are of legal age, smoking or doing drugs can result in your team members being sent home. If there is a discipline issue along these lines, please involve the church youth worker (if there is one on the trip) and call the Mission Adventures programme leaders for guidance as to what the next steps should be.
Team

One of the most important aspects of outreach and discipleship are the relationships within the team. Encourage them to prefer others and show respect for each other, and the leadership, through the following:
  1. Timing: As mentioned, one practical way for them to show respect to other people on the team is to be on time to things. As one writer puts it, “being late is just selfishness in action, you think your time is more valuable than other people’s.” If the team members keep people waiting all the time, they may begin to be annoyed or resentful, and the ministries you are trying to do may be delayed or rushed. Keeping good time respects the hosts and others in the local country, shows the rest of the team you are thinking about them, and is helps represent YWAM and the church (for youth groups) well.
  2. Communication: As the YWAM leader, always try to make sure your team understand the details of what you will be doing and why. We want them to feel comfortable asking questions or voicing their concerns,however we ask that they do this in a respectful manner, without moaning, and at an appropriate time. There will be times when you as the leader are able to give them detailed instructions and you can ask for their ideas and input in order to make decisions as a team. There may also be times when you are not able to give them as much information, and in those moments we ask that they trust your leadership and do as you say, as there may be a good reason that they are not aware of as to why you are doing something a certain way, or why a certain decision has been made. We ask that you would encourage your team to communicate with respect at all times, not only within your team but to everyone you meet, this includes listening attentively when others are speaking, and refraining from negativity or gossip.
  3. Conflict resolution: Following on from the above, please encourage your team to keep short accounts with both the leaders and their teammates. If something is frustrating or annoying them, encourage them to speak to the person or people about it as soon as they are calm enough to do so respectfully. Don’t allow things to brew as that leads to distraction, tension, and can be divisive in the team as a whole.
  4. Balancing relationships: During Mission Adventures, your team will have the opportunity to meet lots of new people, and make lots of new friends. While this is an exciting aspect of the programme, we ask that you help them to find a healthy balance between time spent with the people on your team and building new relationships.
  5. Exclusive relationships: Along the same lines, to keep a good team dynamic, we ask you to help facilitate them not having exclusive relationships - that is, don’t let them spend all of their time with just one person, or form cliques. This can apply to boy/girl relationships as well as friendships.
Culture

  1. Respect: As a YWAMer you already appreciate that your home culture is not the only way or the ‘right’ way to live. Other cultures are different, they are not wrong. Please be mindful of your teams behaviour, language and actions. Discuss with your hosts if there is anything important you shouldn’t say or do - remind them that they are representing YWAM and the churches in these places. If something about the culture in your outreach country offends you or members of the team, please ask the local hosts or encourage the youth to ask a bit more about it and find out why it’s like that - always help them to learn more about other cultures and pass on an appreciation for diversity.
  2. Clothing: Following on from above, please inform your team that in some places, it is not always considered respectful to dress in the ways that they do at home. Whether the team members agree or not, we want to build relationship with people there, not cause offence, so it is imperative you and the team respect the local people and their customs. Please note, we have some general policies but you will need to discuss with your team any specific dress codes related to your specific country. As a rule: no underwear on display (guys or girls please make sure your trousers are worn over your underwear!), no short shorts, no spaghetti strapped tops and most importantly - leggings & skinny jeans should always be worn with a long top/dress. Encourage the team to dress modestly and follow the guidance of the local host.
  3. Members of the opposite sex: Please inform your team they should not assume that it’s okay to interact with members of the opposite sex in the same way it is in Britain. Your hosts will advise you, but again, just help your team to be aware of cultural differences. If they are worried, encourage them to ask.
  4. Food: As already mentioned, really encourage them to try to eat everything that is put in front of them. On the whole, the teams will be catering for themselves, so these experiences may be few and far between - get them to make the most of them!

Code of Conduct

I, the undersigned, acknowledge that I will be working in partnership with the YWAM Mission Adventures team and local mission hosts. I acknowledge that my role within the team will be to bear the responsibility of the team of young people I am accompanying, specifically their pastoral care and welfare. I acknowledge that the YWAM leaders are primarily responsible for the outreach and practical aspects of the trip including  transport, travel, accommodation and ministry opportunities given their ongoing relationship with the mission partners in our outreach location.

I am committed to fostering a healthy working relationship with the YWAM leaders, including trusting their guidance on decisions related to outreach, and communicating clearly with them where I have concerns, in a way that protects the functioning of the team. In the event that YWAM deems it necessary to send home one of the youth that I bring, I will defer to their policies and support their decision. 

I agree, whilst taking part in Mission Adventures, to be accountable to and adhere to the expectations and code of conduct. I understand that Youth With A Mission reserves the right to terminate my involvement with them through the leadership at my church if I am found to have misled them in any way, or if my conduct is prejudicial to the good running of the outreach or the reputation of YWAM. 
I, the undersigned, agree that whilst taking part in Mission Adventures, to be accountable to the leadership of my outreach team and the Mission Adventures leadership, and to adhere to rules, codes of conduct and expectations therein. I acknowledge that, should my conduct be untrustworthy or disreputable, I am liable to be sent home at my own expense. I understand that Youth With A Mission reserves the right to terminate my involvement with them if I am found to have misled them in any way, or if my conduct is prejudicial to the good running of the outreach or the reputation of YWAM. 
I acknowledge that as a Mission Adventures outreach leader, I bear the primary responsibility for the outreach team and the administrative and practical aspects of the outreach including transport, travel, food, accommodation, finances and ministry opportunities.
In the case of participants that are not being accompanied by their church leaders that have applied as individuals, I will bear primary responsibility for them, including their pastoral care, welfare and whereabouts. I understand that I have been given parental consent to act "in loco parentis" for these participants under the age of 18 coming as individuals. I also acknowledge that I may be working in partnership with church youth leaders and with the local mission hosts and acknowledge that the church youth leaders are primarily responsible for the young people they are accompanying, specifically their pastoral care and welfare and whereabouts. For participants under the age of 18 accompanied by their youth leader, the youth leader has been given parental consent to act in "loco-parentis" for these participants, however this responsibility will fall to me if the youth leader is incapacitated or incapable of fulfilling this responsibility.
I, the undersigned, acknowledge that my youth/church leaders and the YWAM leaders are working together to form my outreach team leadership. I agree, whilst taking part in Mission Adventures, to be accountable to both the leadership of my church and Youth With A Mission, and to adhere to rules, codes of conduct and expectations therein. I acknowledge that, should my conduct be untrustworthy or disreputable, I am liable to be sent home at my own expense. I understand that Youth With A Mission reserves the right to terminate my involvement with them if I am found to have misled them in any way, or if my conduct is prejudicial to the good running of the outreach or the reputation of YWAM. 

Participant Agreement

I am committed to using my talents, strengths, time and energy to serve the Lord on this Mission Adventures team. I am prepared to serve, even in areas where I do not have natural preference, with a willing heart. I am prepared to give up my rights to comforts, as can be necessary in an outreach situation. I am committed to obeying the leadership and giving them my full support. Mission Adventures teams may, from time to time, involve ministry among people in nursing homes, hospitals, Roma or gypsy villages, prisons, and housing estates. I am prepared to go to these kinds of places. 

On my team and among the people my team serves, there may be different backgrounds, cultures and viewpoints. I am prepared, if necessary, to prefer others in the way I dress and behave in order to limit offence or misunderstanding.

I confirm that I have read and fully understand what is expected of me as part of the Mission Adventures team that I have applied for. I declare, to the best of my knowledge, the information given in this form is true and accurate. I consent to this information being retained by YWAM and disclosed as necessary in obtaining relevant checks to confirm my identity (which may be necessary from time to time). I consent to references and further checks being made with the relevant authorities if necessary.
I am committed to using my talents, strengths, time and energy to serve the Lord on this Mission Adventures team. I am prepared to serve, even in areas where I do not have natural preference, with a willing heart. I am prepared to give up my rights to comforts, as can be necessary in an outreach situation. Mission Adventures teams may, from time to time, involve ministry among people in nursing homes, hospitals, Roma or gypsy villages, prisons, and housing estates. I am prepared to go to these kinds of places. 

On your team and among the people your team serves, there may be different backgrounds, cultures and viewpoints. I am prepared, if necessary, to prefer others in the way I dress and behave in order to limit offence or misunderstanding.

I confirm that I have read and fully understand what is expected of me as part of the leadership of a Mission Adventures team. I declare, to the best of my knowledge, the information given in this form is true and accurate. I consent to this information being retained by YWAM and disclosed as necessary in obtaining relevant checks to confirm my identity (which may be necessary from time to time). I consent to references and further checks being made with the relevant authorities if necessary.

Liability, Consent, Commitment and Termination of Involvement


      

In the unlikely event of sickness or injury it may be necessary for the participant to receive treatment from a qualified First Aider or medic. Every effort will be made to contact the next of kin as soon as possible. 

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YWAM and your church have entered into a working agreement for the duration of Mission Adventures to cover all aspects of care. The YWAM leadership will be primarily responsible for the practical decisions made during the outreach, while church/youth leaders will be responsible for pastoral well-being and whereabouts. As such, please sign below the legal release of liability to both church leaders and YWAM. Should there be a breach of the code of conduct, both parties (YWAM and your church representatives) will agree on a course of action (Please see code of conduct for more details). 
Liability Release for Church Leaders
I give responsibility to the church / youth leader travelling with the team for the pastoral support and well-being. I acknowledge that all due care has been taken to ensure all staff have been recruited safely, have had background checks and relevant training. I acknowledge that all reasonable care will be taken and as such hereby release the church/youth leader accompanying the team from any liability whatsoever (except in the case of negligence or other breach of duty by the church / youth leader) resulting in any injury, damage, or loss which may be sustained during the course of involvement with YWAM's Mission Adventures programme.
Liability Release for Youth With A Mission
I acknowledge that all due care has been taken to ensure all Youth With A Mission staff have been recruited safely, have had background checks, relevant training and have been deemed suitable to lead or co-lead a Mission Adventures outreach. Though every effort is made to provide a safe environment, Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants are insured against loss or injury caused by the negligence of Youth With A Mission. Accordingly in the absence of any negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission, participation in a Youth With A Mission programme, event or outreach is entirely at the participant’s own risk. I accept that that all participants are required to have adequate travel and medical insurance (including a minimum of £1 million in liability insurance and repatriation) for all phases of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s programme. I acknowledge that all reasonable care will be taken and as such hereby release Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants from any liability whatsoever (except in the case of negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission) resulting in any injury, damage, or loss which may be sustained during the course of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s Mission Adventures programme.

YWAM and your church have entered into a working agreement for the duration of Mission Adventures to cover all aspects of care. The YWAM leadership will be primarily responsible for the practical decisions made during the outreach, while you as a church/youth leader will be responsible for pastoral well-being and whereabouts of the youth. As such, please sign below the legal release of liability to both your church and YWAM. 
Liability Release for Church Leaders
I am aware I have been given responsibility by the church for the youth travelling with our team for their pastoral support, well-being and whereabouts and have been given parental/legal guardian consent to act 'in loco Parentis' for youth under the age of 18.
I acknowledge that all due care has been taken to ensure all staff have been recruited safely, have had background checks and relevant training. 
I acknowledge that all reasonable care will be taken and as such hereby release my sending church from any liability whatsoever (except in the case of negligence or other breach of duty) arising out of any injury, damage, or loss which may be sustained by me during the course of my involvement with YWAM's Mission Adventures programme.
Liability Release for Youth With A Mission
I acknowledge that all due care has been taken to ensure all Youth With A Mission staff have been recruited safely, have had background checks, relevant training and have been deemed suitable to lead or co-lead a Mission Adventures outreach. 
Though every effort is made to provide a safe environment, Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants are insured against loss or injury caused by the negligence of Youth With A Mission. Accordingly in the absence of any negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission, participation in a Youth With A Mission programme, event or outreach is entirely at the participant’s own risk. 
I accept that that all participants are required to have adequate travel and medical insurance (including a minimum of £1 million in liability insurance and repatriation) for all phases of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s programme. 
I acknowledge that all reasonable care will be taken and as such hereby release Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants from any liability whatsoever (except in the case of negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission) resulting in any injury, damage, or loss which may be sustained during the course of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s Mission Adventures programme.

I acknowledge that all due care has been taken to ensure all Youth With A Mission staff have been recruited safely, have had background checks, relevant training and have been deemed suitable to lead or co-lead a Mission Adventures outreach. Though every effort is made to provide a safe environment, Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants are insured against loss or injury caused by the negligence of Youth With A Mission. Accordingly in the absence of any negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission, participation in a Youth With A Mission programme, event or outreach is entirely at the participant’s own risk. I accept that that all participants are required to have adequate travel and medical insurance (including a minimum of £1 million in liability insurance and repatriation) for all phases of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s programme. I acknowledge that all reasonable care will be taken and as such hereby release Youth With A Mission, their agents, employees and volunteer assistants from any liability whatsoever (except in the case of negligence or other breach of duty by Youth With A Mission) resulting in any injury, damage, or loss which may be sustained during the course of involvement with Youth With A Mission’s Mission Adventures programme.
       

Reference Forms 

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