Nous renforçons les capacités des professionnels de santé, dans l'ouest de la Côte d'Ivoire, pour la prise en charge des enfants malnutris sévères et modérés, des femmes enceintes et allaitantes malnutris et des personnes vivants avec le VIH et sous traitement ARV qui ont un déséquilibre nutritionnel.
De janvier à fin avril plus de 1000 enfants, femme enceinte et allaitante et PVVIH ont bénéficié d'une prise en charge nutritionnelle de qualité.
I am been volunteered for 3 months in Kenya as STOP volunteer (Stop Transmission Of Polio). During my mission, I was relocated to work in the field and sometimes in hardship duty stations (North Turkana,Western reion and Eastern region) visiting community launching polio campaign, visiting health facilities and refugee camp, training health officer, because I am aware of the role of STOP member to help in making difference, to reduce to a minimum threat that vaccine preventable diseases pose to children and to help reaching the impact of immunization to its full potential.
Kubatsirana’s approach to its volunteers has ensured a steady stream of new recruits for its projects aimed at reducing the spread of HIV and AIDS among vulnerable people, in communities around the city of Chimoio in central Mozambique. Kubatsirana is a Christian ecumenical association that takes a holistic approach to reducing the spread of HIV and AIDS and mitigating the socio-economic effects of the disease. In local dialect, its name means “to help one another”. Christian values are at the core of Kubatsirana and impact both on the motivation of volunteers and their approach to work.
I am a second student at Hanoi University (we usually call Hanu:)). Now I'm a manager of a small project set up by our Club, Falcuty's Newsletter, this project called "Mercy Rice Soup". We go to The Radiotherapy Department in a hospital where have alot of poor patients, then cook rice soup for them. We intend to do this project for 1 year. It bring to me lots of hapiness when we can help them although just a bit.
I have arranged free medical camps at my village screening, educating them of common diseases like hypertension, COPD caused by smoking, diarrhoea, gastritis etc. I have also emphasized on ante-partum medical check up as well as hospitalizing of baby deliveries. I have also given few free medicines to the needy. I believe every doctor should do free medical camps at rural areas as part of their daily responibility towards society and for future betterment of world.
I am Dr. Yousuf F. Choudhury from India and have recently passed MBBS. I have organized fee medical check ups at my backward village making them understand the value of regular blood pressure check up and avoidance of smoking. I have imparted the asic education how smoke can kill a person in long run. I have also educated them the benefits of regular ante-partum check up and hospitalization during child birthreducing complications.
I am a 29 year old Kenyan female with a diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology. For the last three years up to April 2012 I have been working as a laboratory assistant’s trainer and supervisor for Comitato Collaborazione Medica Italy (CCM) in South Sudan. My key responsibilities included recruiting and training of the laboratory personnel, supervising their work and data collection and timely submission of reports; I also developed training curriculum and implemented it after an approval by the South Sudan ministry of health laboratory department. I also did activity planning and mobilization for Laboratory activity and implemented plans and budgets from the CCM Italy country office in Juba.
My last engagement at CCM included coordination and harmonization of Laboratory activities in health facilities ran by CCM Italy in South Sudan, a process that involved the proper collection, compilation and analysis of data for report writing purposes.
Prior to my previous posting, I worked as the laboratory expert and supervisor with Arkangelo Ali Association (AAA) with their South Sudan TB and HIV Program. Record keeping and report writing in the program was a critical process when ordering for supplies for service delivery; this position exposed me to extensive reporting and early planning for a smooth running of projects.
My other work experiences that entailed the handling of data included three years at Government of Kenya and Catholic Mission health facilities in Kibwezi Division of Makueni County where handling of reports was a key deliverable in each facility. Data collected was in HIV and AIDS programs, TB control programs, expanded program of immunization and routine morbidity and consumption reporting systems.
My work experience spans six years in both Kenya and in humanitarian services and relief in South Sudan.
I also have knowledge gained from various short trainings on volunteerism by VSO Jitolee, life skills and peer education, TB/HIV training and International Life Saver first Aid skills. Should my application be successful.
Presently I wish to volunteer and serve in any health facility in any county in Kenya.
Maryconcephtor Kamanthe Mutuku
Tel: +254 722 582 152
Hola, Mi nombre es Maria Carlé Valera, tengo 23 años, soy de Venezuela, Y trabajo como Diseñador Grafico.
Para mi ha sido una experiencia increíble poder ayudar con mis conocimientos y habilidades en lo posible a quien lo necesite. Mi primer trabajo como voluntaria lo realice con la Cruz Roja Colombiana, donde pude crear una serie de afiches informativos, para la campaña sobre el VIH-SIDA.
Ser Voluntaria es un trabajo sumamente gratificante, ya que con un granito de arena podemos ayudar a cambiar el mundo donde vivimos, y asi tratar de que las generaciones futuras cuenten con un mejor planeta, y sociedad.
As a member of the UN volunteer, the world's largest service organization, I am part of a team responsible to educate & aware healthcare fellow . Five years ago, in a seminar, I was asked how I became a volunteer. After a moment I stated that I thought I was born a volunteer, thanks to my parents and grandparents. Their community involvement in the volunteer gurdawaras was only part of it. The most important teaching tool was they they did the right thing by their families and friends. Odd jobs, cooking a meal, driving elders to appointments or for groceries...my family did it all, and so did we, their children. Now their grandchildren and greats are sharing the same sense of "doing the right thing". My 25 year career with a hospice program has allowed me to accomplish some of those gracious tasks.