Medical, Public & Community
Can you communicate important information in creative ways? Do you want to learn the reality on the ground regarding public health in Uganda?
In this program, volunteers work alongside local counselors and health care professionals, in a variety of remote locations, designed to help Ugandans stay healthy and make informed decisions about their health care.
Volunteers talk to people in schools and communities about issues directly affecting them. You’ll design and conduct seminars based on subjects such as community sanitation, household and personal hygiene, nutrition, malaria prevention, sex education, HIV prevention and AIDS care, etc. Basic training and educational materials are on site, but volunteers are encouraged to bring new materials as well.
International volunteers are needed to work in public health improvement in rural communities in Uganda. In this program, volunteers work alongside local counselors and health care professionals, in a variety of locations, designed to help Ugandans stay healthy and make good decisions about their health care.
Volunteers can also work in clinics and maternity hospitals talking directly to women and girls about safe sex, family planning, maternal and child health, and nutrition. Volunteers are involved in the lab and pharmacy, as well.
This program may involve walking long distances in the sun. Volunteers should bring a hat and walking shoes. As you’ll be working off the beaten track, expect to ride to work on the back of a motorcycle or drive by taxi.
This program is perfect for volunteers who love talking to people and really want to see the reality on the ground regarding public health in Uganda.
The schedule is flexible and includes some or all activities offered by the program.
1. Purchase land and build asmall medical center (and put all medical equipments needed) where vulnerable community people and our children can get free medical services.
2. Purchase an Ambulence that can help for free in times of emergencies for our community people.