PROMETRA Uganda is currently looking for 2-3 interns/volunteers to support in the Buyijja Forest School of traditional healers, Community Clinic and outreach projects.
The main tasks will involve research, project management, training and advocacy in the above named thematic areas. The volunteer(s) will also be involved in community outreaches conducted in collaboration with our partner organisation and institutional of higher learning.
The interns/volunteers will be attached to local Ugandan interns/volunteers and will generally work in teams, but will have a high level of responsibility in terms of decision-making and making things happen on the ground.
Therefore PROMETRA looking for people who take a proactive approach to finding solutions and are able and willing to work independently.
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Nowhere in the world has AIDS had a more devastating effect than in Africa. Tens of millions of people throughout the continent are known to be HIV-positive. The costly treatments developed by the pharmaceutical industry in the North are too expensive for most Africans, and are not widely available. Little wonder then that most people continue to turn to traditional healers for help in combating the disease.