Alliance for International Medical Action
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The working is under high pressure and multi task type to be delivered within the given deadline. It intervene in both regular and emergency project which is usually on free medical care / assistant to the affected patient (priority) in a gigen community.
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I immensely enjoyed working with this NGO.The project was based on malnutrition in children from 6months to 5years.However, other paediatric cases like measles,malaria,meningitis,polio and other paediatric emergencies of public health interest. We have ITFC and ATFC.We have treated over 5000 patients during my stay with them over two weeks. I currently hold an unconditional offer to study masters in public health at the University of Liverpool in london.I decided to quit the job and further my studies. However, it was a wonderful experience working with this organisation.I immensely drived pleasure in the satisfaction that comes in healing patients by prevention rather than cure.
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Free wifi.Free accomodation.No taxes
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You pay for food, security, and transport.
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