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A description of some of our GCDP health programmes

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  • P o w e r e d b y A I E S E C U N I V E R S I T Y O F N A I R O B I

    Incoming Exchange Booklet

    HEALTH BOOKET (PART ONE)

  • AFRICA

    HEALTH

    COMMUNITY

    PROGRAMME

    Project:

    Sanitation and health pro-

    gram the second part of

    healthy kids involves teach-

    ing the kids about health is-

    sues e.g. sanitation,

    HIV/AIDS, nutrition.

    Duration:

    6weeks min

    Dates:

    1 April 2013 to 31 October

    2013

    No. of interns: 4

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    Benefit:

    -Working space

    -Internet

    Required:

    Excellent English

    Experience in project

    management would be

    a plus

    AHCP

  • 1. Teaching kids about different health issues especially sanitation and

    HIV/AIDS

    2. Creating and carrying out relevant projects such as Toothbrushes for

    Kibera

    3. Assisting in organizing the Healthy Kids health week and providing

    support

    4. Fundraising and sourcing for partners for AHCPs different projects

    and programs

    Note: This Job Description requires open minded and proactive people

    who can start and run their own projects without much supervision

    For more information visit africahcp.wix.com

    Description of activities

    AHCP

  • HEALTHY

    KIDS

    PROGRAMME:

    Routine health

    check up on the

    children from the

    Kibera slums

    Duration:

    6weeks min

    Period:

    01 July-15 August (start date is RE-

    QUIRED)

    Number of interns:

    3 doctors and 1 pharmacist

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    Benefit:

    -Working space

    -Internet

    Required:

    - Intern must be at least a

    third year student of med-

    icine or pharmacy student

    - Excellent English

    HEALTHY KIDS

  • 1.Give physical examination and clinical diagnosis to kids between 0 and 14years

    old

    2.Report daily challenges and difficulties to the executive officer and, when re-

    quired, generate progress reports on project activities

    3.Regular meetings with AHCP staff and volunteers

    4. Conducting fundraising via funding proposals, presentation and events. Interns

    are encouraged to come up with innovative funding methods to help the organiza-

    tion become sustainable to buy and give free medicine for the kids

    5.Define HIV| AIDS marker disease

    6.Help AHCP to develop new initiatives including: the child protection and counsel-

    ing program, women's literacy circles, HIV/AIDS training and sensitization and the

    feeding programs in the schools.

    Description of activities

    HEALTHY KIDS

  • LIVERPOOL VCT

    CARE AND

    TREATMENT

    (LVCT) KENYA:

    A large HIV/AIDS

    organization that

    runs different

    projects

    Duration:

    minimum 6 weeks

    No. of interns required: 3

    Date:

    01 May 31 December 2013

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    Benefit:

    -Working space

    -Internet

    Required:

    - Excellent English

    LVCT

  • 1. Community mobilization around the issue of HIV/AIDS

    2. Communications concerning blogs and PR

    3. Implementation of preventions and mitigation measures

    4. Investigating and innovating issues around HIV/AIDS

    Note that since the organization conducts its own interviews, these

    job descriptions may vary or be slightly modified depending on

    where the organization feels you are best suited, or on their imme-

    diate need in a certain area.

    For more info visit www.lvct.org

    Description of activities

    LVCT

  • FARAJA CANCER

    SUPPORT

    CENTRE

    Project:

    Craft for Cure

    Craft for Cure is an

    art therapy pro-

    gram for kids with

    cancer

    Duration:

    6weeks min preferably 3 months

    Period:

    01 May 2013 30 September 2013

    No. of interns: 2

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    Benefit:

    -Working space

    -Internet

    Required:

    - Intern must be at least a

    third year student of med-

    icine or pharmacy student

    - Excellent English

    FARAJA

  • 1. Developing and improving the Craft for Cure project- an art therapy

    2. program with children with cancer

    3. Conducting weekly visits to the kids (Craft for Cure team leader) every Friday

    4. Working on various tasks at Faraja Cancer Centre from Monday to Thursday

    5. Managing the website

    6. Counseling persons affected by cancer

    For more info visit www.farajacancersupport.org

    Description of activities

    FARAJA

  • Have a visa

    Have all the necessary vaccinations

    Have medical coverage

    Have a doctors letter in case of any medical conditions

    Preparation of teaching methods to be used.

    Interns' stories can be found in the following links:

    Common housing is provided through intern housing - 200 USD per month, break-

    fast and dinner provided. Laundry provided for intern housing. Host family (if one

    is available)-interns may pay between 58 and 82 USD per month just as support

    to the family for expenses that will be incurred. Two meals are provided. INTER-

    NET: Modem sticks can be purchased for internet. There is also internet at the

    AIESEC UON office. Please note that transport is not provided. Prices shown are

    based on the current exchange rate at time of Ksh.85 per 1USD.

    English language required.

    Benefits

    1. Health problems and issues affecting Kenyans

    2. Project management, working in a diverse team of people to achieve various goals

    3. A chance to make a difference in peoples lives

    Requirements Stage

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  • Joao Bolan 2013

    Joao Bolan 2013

    TN MANAGER CONTACT:

    Sandra Abongo

    sandichrista@gmail.com

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