Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH) is seeking volunteers who are eager to make a difference by helping at health clinic in one of Uganda's many "hard to reach" areas. This volunteer position provides an excellent opportunity to learn about international development, gain experience working in a health clinic, and experience life in a small Ugandan village in the mountains.
Many of our volunteers also discover why National Geographic named Uganda a must see by discovering its natural beauty and wildlife, going whitewater rafting at the source of the Nile, and hiking to various waterfalls.
About the Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH):
AAH is a nonprofit based in Arlington, VA that operates in Uganda. It was founded in 2004 by John and Joyce Wanda, a Ugandan couple who sought to help their native country combat poverty through education.
The Clinic Volunteer Position at AAH:
Volunteers usually stay in Uganda for 2-8 weeks, depending on their own availability and the projects in which they will assist. Volunteers typically work with AAH staff on the following activities:
- Assisting with health administration
- Helping record patient intake
- Leading community health education sessions
- Facilitating support groups for members affected with HIV
- Participating in our Community Health Outreach program
- Patient Care
- Elder care
- Physician Assistant
- Children Medical Services
- First Aid / CPR
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- 2-10 weeks
- previous medical experience, currently working on a relevant degree