Accra, Kumasi, & Cape Coast, GHANA
May Mini-Mester 2014 (May 18-June 1)
Students will assist in providing care to patients in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Hospital. They will also participate in rotations and learn more about the health concerns of Ghana.
Students most enjoy working in the public health building during the child welfare clinics and surgery rotations.
Students will participate in a variety of activities including sharing the gospel, teaching English, empowering and supporting teachers, providing school supplies, teaching in the classrooms, and other community development activities.
Great for students interested in Medical, Health, & Wellness professions!
Space limited to 10 students! highly competitive!
Broaden cultural competency
Learn about Ghana’s healthcare systems
Understand deeper the importance of community health
Understand the health needs in a developing country
Improve the ability to advocate for the needs of the most vulnerable patient populations in the world
video credits: 2013 Ghana Leadership Team