Volunteer opportunity: improve healthcare for HIV-positive children in developing countries

The International Center for Equal Healthcare Access (ICEHA) is urgently LOOKING FOR experienced pediatric HIV/AIDS experts for short term assignments to help improve treatment and care (including ART) for HIV-infected children in developing countries. ICEHA Clinical Mentors volunteer their time for 6-12 weeks to provide HIV bed-side training to local healthcare providers.  Expenses are paid; openings for MDs, RNs, NPs, PAs.

ICEHA is a non profit organisation of healthcare professionals who volunteer to transfer their expertise on HIV care and infectious diseases to colleagues in developing countries. Using an innovative method of clinical mentoring , ICEHA’s program specifically results in the rapid scale-up of skills of the local healthcare staff AND strengthening the quality of healthcare delivered in developing countries so that countries can fight the HIV epidemic from within.

More information, including a volunteer application, is available online or by emailing Katie Graves-Abe at:

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