Our health projects offers a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to become familiar with the challenges and health issues of developing countries.
Using a combination of lectures, meditations, consultations and community projects, further your awareness of mental health in a new culture.
We need midwifery assistants to work in Arusha with mother and babies, helping to deliver newborns & support pregnant women! Students & Trained Professionals welcome!
Student placements in Medical, Surgical, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics, Women and Babies, Midwifery, General, HIV care, Theatres, Community and Public Health and more.
Gain invaluable medical experience, an opportunity not to be missed in this gorgeous part of the world by those pursuing a career in medicine.
This amazing opportunity gives you an insight into how psychiatric services operate in Ghana today. Help this important sector to reach modern standards.
Gain practical experience and insight on the medical program in India, whilst bringing support to a large population and under resourced facilities.
Emergency department placement in working with a busy team looking after major and minor injuries and with severely ill or acutely unwell patients.
More than ever, nursing remains the thread that combines the healthcare systems and communities that keep our patients alive. Students & Trained Professionals welcome.
Work side by side with medical staff at local clinics and be involved with day to day healthcare.This opportunity will give you an insight into the running of a clinic.
Psychology placement working with patients struggling with mental health problems. Work in a large hospital in a clinical team of nurses, doctors and psychologists.
Join local obstetrics and gynaecology physicians to help provide care and treatment to women with C-sections and birth complications. STUDENTS & PROFESSIONALS welcome!
As a medical student, witness a healthcare system unlike your own. A new insight into traditional beliefs will leave you amazed and cultured.
Work in a busy children's ward in a hospital helping the paediatric medical team treat sick young babies and children from the local community.