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Nurses and Medical Practitioners Retreat in Najaf Iraq
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The World Federation’s Najaf Office will be running a retreat specifically designed for nurses, doctors, and medical students in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq, from 15th April to 25th April 2019. Deadline for the application is on the 10th of March.
The retreat is open to adults (18 years of age and older) who are either working in the medical profession or are studying in a medical field, and who would like to develop professionally and personally in a spiritual setting.
Participants will be taken to perform the Ziyarats in Najaf, Karbala, Kazimain, and Samarrah, and one of the highlights of the retreat will be experiencing Karbala on the 15th of Shaban.
Arrangements will also be made for participants to visit and ask questions to high-ranking scholars.
The heavily subsided cost of the retreat is only $350 per person. This includes:
- Airport transfers
- Ground transportation
- Accommodation in Najaf, Kerbala and Kazimain
- All meals
Other costs which will need to be covered by the participant independently are:
- Airline Tickets
- USD $50 for Visa approval + Visa Admin fee of $50
To apply, please complete this application form here.
Read full Terms and Conditions here.
For enquires and assistance please contact the Najaf Office Manager, Al-Haj Shabbir Dharsi:
Najaf Office Number: 00964 781 715 0394
WhatsApp Number:00964 781 548 7967
Email: [email protected]
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