Thursday, August 2, 2012

UniBreak Health Work - Volunteer Program Antipodeans Abroad

Antipodeans Abroad organises one month volunteer global health placements – longer if desired - in a number of developing countries. These placements (listed below) are a great way for students to immerse themselves into another culture, apply their coursework in supported, practical settings and gain invaluable insight into healthcare delivery in a resource poor setting.

Countries where we offer students a structured program include: Ghana, India, Nepal, Cambodia, the Maldives, and Vietnam

To be accepted, students must be studying a health related discipline.

Depending on their destination of choice, students will work alongside health professionals in a provincial hospital, primary healthcare centre, childrens disability centre, rehabilitation clinic, dental clinic, old age home or Ayurvedic clinic as well as being involved in health education in village schools.

Here's how.
  1. Visit our UniBreak homepage
  2. Read our Blogsite and Facebook page to hear from past volunteers
  3. Register for an Info Night or webinar
  4. Complete an Application Form to find out more

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