Location
  • Uganda
    • Kampala
Length
2 to 12 weeks

Program Details

Age Min.
18
Age Max
70
Timeframe
Short Term Spring Break Summer Winter Year Round
Housing
Apartment Guesthouse Host Family Hotel
Groups
Small Group (1-15) Medium Group (16-30) Large Group (31+)
Travel Type
Budget Family Older Travelers Solo Women

Pricing

Starting Price
200
Price Details
At Justice Tourism Foundation (JTF), we offer very affordable program fees with high-quality service and a level of transparency to all our volunteers and intern. We work hard to make our prices as reasonable as possible, while maintaining our personalized service and standards of excellence. Our fees reflect unmatched support for the volunteer and real service to sustainable projects in the community. The program fee covers the cost of decent home-stay accommodation or in the volunteer’s guest house, meals, orientation and in-country program support during your entire volunteer stay. Our program fees are determined according to the length of stay.
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Meals Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare Domestic Airfare SIM cards Transportation Travel Insurance Visa
Aug 31, 2022
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About Program

One of the largest problems Ugandan communities face through is a lack of medical knowledge, supplies and education. The aim of this project is to increase access to quality healthcare in Uganda, providing support to under-resourced local clinics, medical centers and hospitals. These placements encompass a wide range of medical fields and offer in and out-patient services, supporting a high number of patients each day.

This project is well suited to volunteers who are looking to gain international healthcare experience in placements that are underfunded and under-resourced. As a medical volunteer in Uganda you will be working in a local clinic or hospital supported by our local staffs helping to lessen the burden on the stretched resources of the medical service. These facilities are often stretched resources of the medical service. These facilities are often stretched to breaking point and in desperate need of additional help. This is where you come in!

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Program Highlights

  • Working with this program means opting for an enriching and dynamic experience that will change the course of your life
  • Change The Way You Travel, And Help Change The World
  • Get to experience intriguing cultural dynamics by getting immersed into the local community
  • Save lives and Create lifelong memories in a home away from home
  • Explore the Country that prides itself with beautiful natural parks and diverse rich culture.

Program Impact

This project is open to fully qualified doctors and nurses, as well as students who have completed at least 2 years of nursing or medical school. Fully qualified Paramedics, EMTs, CNAs and other healthcare professionals are also welcome to join the Medical project in Uganda. Possible fields of work include Maternity, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Cancer Screening, Family Planning, Immunizations, De-Worming, General Medicine, Gynecology and HIV/AIDS. There is also the opportunity to participate on community outreach efforts once a week. If you are specialized in aparticular field, please provide details in your application form to assist us in placing you where you will be most effective. Keep in mind that you will need to be flexible and willing to work within other areas as needed.

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