Request for overseas volunteers
15 May 2005. Related: Other news.
The following was received from Katie Graves-Abe, a Programme Coordinator at The International Centre for Equal Healthcare Access (ICEHA).
I am writing to you to request your assistance in recruiting volunteer physicians and nurses to improve the capacity for providing care to HIV-infected patients in developing countries.
ICEHA is a non profit organisation of physicians and nurses who volunteer their expertise on HIV care and infectious diseases to clinics in developing countries. ICEHA’s volunteers equip local healthcare professionals with the skills needed to take care of their own patients and enable developing countries to fight the HIV epidemic from within. ICEHA is always in need of new healthcare providers to volunteer in our programmes overseas.
As part of an effort to recruit more volunteers, we are contacting reputable publications that cater to healthcare providers to see if they can help get the message of these volunteer opportunities out to potential volunteers.
More information about ICEHA is available on our website: