Volunteer Opportunities Abroad – Public Health Infrastructure Development
PUBLIC HEALTH BRIGADES INFO SESSION
Wednesdays Oct 5th, 12th,19th & 26th in PACCAR 295 @ 5:30PM
Do you want to be a part of empowering under resourced communities and helping decrease life threatening diseases by improving home infrastructure and providing public health education? Would you like to travel to beautiful Central America for a week in the summer? Come find out about University of Washington’s Public Health Brigade! We will be travelling June 12th-19th to a rural community in Honduras and working side-by-side with families and community members to build eco-stoves, latrines, concrete floors, and water storage units. We also spend a day in the local school providing a health lesson to the students about the impacts these new facilities will make on their quality of life. We would love anyone who’s interested to stop by our info session and learn about joining us on our brigade this summer. Speaking Spanish is not mandatory and translators will be provided during brigade.
Visit our website at http://students.washington.edu/gphb/ to apply to our summer 2012 brigade now! Deadline is November 14, 2011.
To learn more, or for answers to any questions about the program, please contact gphb
Public Health Brigades is a program of the international nonprofit, Global Brigades, the world’s largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization. In 2010, more than 4,000 volunteers from 160 GB university chapters in North America and Europe traveled to provide health and economic development solutions to more than 50,000 beneficiaries through our teams in Panama and Honduras.