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Be ready to embark on a life-changing adventure.
In assisting the Ujeli Care Project, you will be addressing the general health and well-being of the indigent Nepali children in Pokhara, Nepal.
As a volunteer, you will be expected to take initiative and be an inspiring and positive role model for both the local community and the other volunteers.
In return, we will give you a fun, interesting and fulfilling experience.
How you will make a difference
in Nepal, the limited healthcare system implies that many people don’t have access to adequate healthcare. It is our belief through experience and research that a large part of the most pressing healthcare issues in Nepal can be addressed through basic practices such as washing hands, brushing teeth and other basic hygiene procedures. Improvements of these practices can have a great health benefit and lead to an improved practice in the whole community.
Ujeli Care addresses sustainable improvements in the health of the Nepali children by focusing on health education and prevention.
Our aim is to educate you on the local health issues, to empower you to act as an upright volunteer, and to inspire you of our passion so you may continue to help us to fulfill our mission of building a sustainable future for the children of Nepal.
How we will work as a team
In preparation of your trip to Nepal, we will do an intense preparation starting from October 2019, so you are confident to carry out every task that needs to be done in Nepal.
We expect to meet at least once a month in order to arrange funding and events for an optimal job preparation as a volunteer during your stay in Pokhara.
The specific dates will be announced as quickly as possible. If you are not certain you can join us, please do not hesistate to apply anyway.
As a volunteer of Ujeli Care Centre you will master hands-on experience with development work in rural areas. You will be responsible for administrative and organizational work such as fundraising. In Nepal, you will exert hands-on practical work with the children of Pokhara and surroundings.
Among other tasks you will participate in:
· Health education programs focusing on dental hygiene, sexual education, first aid, etc.
· Running the Ujeli Health Care Centre and providing primary diagnosis, treatment and follow up.
· Organizing Health Camps in local schools and providing health education and primary care for the students.
We want to make clear that a medical training is not necessary. We believe that people from all backgrounds and academic courses can add value with new insights.. As a matter of fact, we strongly value creativity and encourage new initiatives.
We do not charge any fees. Our opinion is that you should not have to pay to work. We believe that both the organization and our volunteers have more to gain from a partnership built on mutual interest in working towards our goals.
Ujeli Care provides housing and food for the team in Pokhara.
Other expenses will include: plane tickets, visa, additional drinks/foods and leisure time.
Send your curriculum vitae and motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org before 26 October.
Tell us why you want to be part of our project.
After, we will have a recruitment event where we will get to know each other.
This will be in the evening. Details follow soon.
The team will be selected after this event.