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practical information


Interns/Volunteers can be placed in the Foundation all-year-round.


  1. ​Health and Tourism Research

  2. Proposal and report writing for effective medical promotions

  3. Correspond with partners (Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, etc)

  4. Initiate and Coordinate Health and Social Programs in schools, orphanages, etc.

required skills

  1. Have good communication and organizational skills.

  2. Results-focused person with enthusiasm to learning new things

  3. Have the ability to work under intense pressure with little or no supervision

  4. Possess a great work ethic and superb team skills.

  5. Knowledge in basic computer skills (SPSS, Microsoft Office, etc.)

how to sign up

The first step is for you to apply for the program. Contact us writing a little about yourself, what you would like to do and when.

We will then check your motivation and make sure you are suitable for the projects we offer.

Next, we will discuss the available projects at the time you choose to come to Ghana.

Once we’ve both decided what project you’ll be working on and when, you can book your tickets.

Now that you’ve got your tickets, it’s time to apply for your visa and sort out insurance, vaccinations etc.

Benefits from our services

  1. Knowledge acquisition on public health information, environmental sanitation.

  2. Reduction, prevention and management of diseases in communities, schools, and orphanages.

  3. Augment the almost non-existence of health system in communities and reduce mortality rates.

  4. Good healthy living among all ages in schools, orphanages and communities.

  5. Provide interns and volunteers with the opportunity to make tangible impact in schools, communities and orphanages as they gain experience in the field of public health and international development.


  1. Knowledge about public health issues

  2. Communication

  3. Event Planning and organization

  4. Networking and Collaboration

  5. Programming

  6. Leadership

  7. Intercultural Exchange