"10/10 Absolutely amazing! My heart is so incredibly full. I loved orientation week, ticked off everything on my bucket list, and this past week working with the children has been so motivating and heart warming. From the hand written notes, hand picked flowers, fancy hair doo’s, games, learning, fun and laughter to the understanding of just how special this country is. I will be back little ones, you’ve shown me what grateful really is." Payton 25 NOV 2017
Our healthcare education initiative is in its infancy and requires the skills of both qualified and student medical and healthcare professionals as well as general volunteers interested in teaching basic first-aid and personal hygiene.
Medical professionals who can offer guidance on the project’s development will be immensely valuable, however it is not imperative that participants have a medical background to join. As a participant of this project, you can support the deployment of healthcare campaigns in local schools around Ubud, actively teaching the importance of basic hygiene. Simple education early is an important step towards immediate and future health improvements, so we emphasise such basics as correct brushing of teeth, washing of hands and general body cleanliness.
By educating people in the areas of basic first-aid and personal hygiene the program works towards the prevention of many avoidable health problems and communicable diseases.
If you have a medical background, health camps and check-up clinics for local children and adults can be organised with your help.