Healthcare is neither easily accessible nor affordable for many Kenyans living in the rural villages and in slums. Poverty creates a large barrier to the acquisition of healthcare in general, but in rural areas in particular. The clinics that we work with have very basic equipment and sometimes do not have adequate medicine.
Volunteers in the Healthcare Program must have previous clinical experience or relevant training. In this case, they will need to submit their papers. Students with an interest in healthcare can participate in Health Education Training Programs, such as the HIV/AIDS Nutritional Training Program or the Women’s Reproductive Heath Training Program. Volunteers participating in these programs must complete self-study on these topics and review our training.