AIESEC UCU RECEPTION BOOKLET
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AIESEC UCURECEPTION BOOKLET
SAVE A LIFE UGANDA
ANOTHER LIFE INTERNATIONAL
COMMUNITY HEALTH AND MEDICAL ASSISTANT PRIMARY EDUCATION AND CHILDCARE COMMUNITY OUTREACH AFRICA-
EDUCATION PROJECT ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT SOCIAL WORK PROJECT
Save A Life EXPA: 314660 Save a life project is a medical project that provides medical students
with an opportunity to work in a real hospital. The EPs will be training
alongside other doctors at the hospital. This will basically allow the intern
to put what they have learned to practice and get first hand experience.
This is very fundamental because the intern will be able to see how the
medical sector in Uganda works while adding value.
The intern will also;
assist medical personnel with the daily activities at the hospital
they will be helping the laboratory with lab test, taking samples,
diagnosing the patients as well as treating them.
interns will help retrieve patients medical documents as well as editing
them and filing them properly.
Another life international EXPA: 641551/641547
Another life international is a non profit organization that provides free
a home, education and medical assistance to under privileged children.
This organization has got three aspects to it which the intern can
choose from. There is the school where an intern can teach the children
numerous subjects that they fill comfortable with.
Coming up with lesson plans Creatively engaging the students Playing with the children. There is also the clinic where medical interns can do there internship.
They will be working hand in hand with the resident doctors and
Receiving patients Doing lab testing Clinic administration
COMMUNITY OUTREACH AFRICA
This project helps to provide education and a home to underprivileged
children in greater Masaka. There are many children who do not go to
school. This project was set up to reduce the number of children who
grow up illiterate in rural areas. This project also advocates for the
education of girls.
Here the intern will;
Coming up with lesson plans Creatively engage the students during lessons. Playing with the children. Organize school activities like drama, sports. Give tests to students to gauge their understanding of the topic. The intern will also plan teacher-parent activities.
SOCIAL WORK AND EDUCATION EXPA: 291105/637537
COMMUNITY OUTREACH AFRICA
THIS ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT IS AIMED AT HELPING SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS TO BOOST THEIR INCOME BY GROWING THEIR BUSINESSES AND TO ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO SEE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THEMSELVES. COMMUNITY OUTREACH AFRICA -ENTREPRENEURSHIP NOT ONLY EMPHASIZES ENTREPRENEURSHIP BUT ALSO, MICRO FINANCING, BUSINESS PROFICIENCY BUILDING.
THE INTERN WILL;
HAVE A BRIEFING ON THE STATE OF BUSINESSES IN THE COUNTRY. COME UP WITH PRESENTATIONS TO BE DELIVERED TO DIFFERENT
BRAINSTORM NEW INNOVATIVE WAYS OF ENCOURAGING MORE PEOPLE TO EMBRACE ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
HELP DELIVER THE NECESSARY TOOLS NEEDED TO PROPEL PEOPLE INTO MANAGING THEIR BUSINESSES BETTER.
UGANDA ABOUT UGANDA
Location: East Africa Capital: Kampala Area code: 256 Languages: English, Luganda Currency: shillings (Shs) Rate of exchange: $1=Shs 3670
Uganda has a population of about 38 million people. Uganda has got a bit of
everything that Africa has to offer. Uganda is also home to the tallest mountain
range in Africa; the glacier- capped Rwenzori mountain not to mention the
mighty Nile River, the worlds longest river. Not forgetting Lake Victoria, the
continents largest lake. Uganda has a highest concentration of primates and
birds in the world. These all roam the numerous dense forests like mabira.
Animal lovers and bird watchers will surely love this. Despite the high
population theres no crowding in even the most popular national parks and the
capital Kampala. The country is safe and friendlier than most in Africa.
Livingstone called it -Pearl of Africa-. Many have come to agree with him.
Uganda is predominantly Christian. About 87% of the people are either catholic, protestant or Baptist. The
rest of the population is made up of other denominations like Islam. There are no religious squabbles and
everyone lives together harmoniously. This is one of the reasons that Uganda is a great place to live in.
Uganda is a tropical country and enjoys plenty of sunshine throughout the year.
Uganda has got two main seasons and that is the wet and dry seasons. In the dry season the temperature can go as
high as 38 degrees. In the wet season the temperature can go as low as 15 degrees. However this varies with the part
of the country. The east and western parts of Uganda that have Mt. Elgon and Mt. Rwenzori respectively. These areas
tend to be a lot cooler in the wet season than the rest of the country. El nino rains are most frequent in October to
Dew to global warming the occurrence of these seasons has changed. However the hottest months are January and
February, when the daytime range is 27 to 29C in most of the south and up 32C in the north. The rainy seasons in
the south are March to May and October to November, the wettest month being April. In the north the wet season is
from April to October. During the wet seasons the average rainfall is 175 mm per month.
Throughout the yeah there are plenty of organically grown foods like: beans, peas, maize, potatoes, carrots, cassava,
matooke(plantain) among others. This helps provide a balanced diet all yeah round.
BEFORE YOU COME-PREPARATION
INTERN MUST COME WITH
-Mosquito net or repellant
-Photocopy of passport
-Formal and casual clothes
Visa (intern can also get a visa upon arrival-check with your
-Yellow fever vaccination certificate