Volunteers will provide much needed assistance to the children and community healthcare system! This project it's about gaining experience in medical work in Zimbabwe.
About the Program
Volunteers will provide much needed assistance to Beulah Heights School and the community healthcare system! This project it's about gaining experience in medical work in Zimbabwe. Whilst on this project, your biggest service will be the manpower that you offer. You’ll be able to get involved in not only this clinic but others in the nearby area as well. You’ll be able to get involved with children and local health community centre.
You will receive your introduction and orientation to the project upon arrival. You will be introduced to your Volunteer Coordinator, and will be shown around the school, accommodation and surrounding area.
You will receive relevant information about common diseases and illnesses that you will come into contact with (e.g. HIV/AIDS and Malaria etc.) and safety precautions for working at the school to ensure that you start work in a well-prepared and safe way.
This project it's about gaining experience in medical work in Zimbabwe.
Programs start every 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, with arrival Sunday prior to the program start at HIA (Harare International Airport).This programs are available all year round.
Upon arrival you will be picked up at the airport and driven to the volunteer house or coordinator’s place.During 1-3 days, depending on the length of your voluntary work, you will get a general briefing. These first days will offer you glimpses into the Shona language, as well as Zimbabwe's various cultures, religions, and local ways of life.
This introduction will be held in Mutare, Harare depending on your work area.
Volunteers will be picked at the Harare lnternational Airport by the local staff to Mutare.
Volunteers will be provided with a friendly and secure accommodation that will comfortable shared bedrooms for volunteers at a family or guest house.
Volunteers will be provided with 3 meals, 7 days a week and with local drinks.The meals will consist of traditional prepared food and vegetarian dishes will be provided for volunteers.The volunteers will be provided with drinks and the water is good in Mutare.The volunteers will be provided with bottled water during their stay in Zimbabwe.
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