UL Buddy Programme Autumn 2018
International Education Division, UL
Health and wellbeing
Requirements:Complete 3rd Year of Nursing
Nurture Africa’s nursing placements offer the opportunity to contribute youre time and energy towards a wide variety of community based healthcare services, while gaining valuable personal and professional development from working in a totally new environment.
Volunteer nurses will work primarily in Nurture Africa’s Health Centre where we run a Primary Health Clinic which is free for vulnerable children in the locality. Nurses will also take part in HIV outreach clinics in the community, and assist in a wide range of other services provided by Nurture Africa’s healthcare team.
Volunteer Nurses recieve additional training from our experienced Ugandan healthcare team and garner new methods and approaches to healthcare which can greatly benefit their work back home.
As Nurture Africa also works in the areas of Education and Sustainable livelihoods our nursing volunteers will also have the opportunity to work on a variety of other projects, such as construction projects, library reading sessions, and play and activity session in schools
For more information call 015424178, or email email@example.com
Is training provided?: Yes
Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position.
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Colm Ashe
Address: Nurture Africa, 54 Pembroke Road
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