UGANDA: Provide Medical Care to Locals

This medical program offers opportunities for medical professionals, ranging from those with background in Public Health to medical doctors, and medical students. Program areas include HIV/AIDS, adolescent sexual reproductive health, community health (day to day health care and mitigation of malaria and other diseases), and building the capacity of rural communities in their efforts/initiatives towards improvement of sanitation and hygiene among others. This project aims to increase quality healthcare access for Ugandan people, decrease the prevalence of endemic diseases and improve village health by providing public health projects and promoting health education. The min length for this trip is 7 days at $270 per person.  Participants can stay for up to 6 months (24 weeks) for $2320, plus $249 registration fee. Upcoming Departures: All trip orientations begin on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.