Travel For Teens: Bali Healthcare Education and Medical Outreach

    Details

    • Listing Type: Summer Programs
    • Destination: Bali
    • Program Delivery: Residential
    • Provided By: Independent Provider
    • Session Start: June
    • Session Length: Three Weeks
    • Entering Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
    • Gender: Coed
    • Category: Community Service
    • Selective: No
    • Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
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    Overview

    Join us on the perfect program for any student interested in public health, medicine, and global service projects, set in the heart of an island paradise. When you're not volunteering with Indonesian health projects, explore incredible Balinese culture and relax on pristine beaches!

    Discover how modern medicine and traditional healing methods collide as you lend a hand with community service healthcare projects in Bali, Indonesia. This program gives you a well-rounded view of the multi-faceted components of public health.

    Meet with medical students to discuss the challenges of implementing public health awareness in developing communities and learn how to conduct a home health visit. Shadow the local medical students during their home visits and assist with checking blood pressure, recording data, managing supplies, and educating local families about preventative care.

    Visit a midwife clinic founded by the 2011 CNN Hero of the Year. Support a project that offers free prenatal care, birthing services, and medical aid to anyone who needs it.

    Make friends with Balinese youth while developing creative lesson plans and teach the children about hygiene, exercise, and nutrition during our fun and interactive healthcare workshops.

    Meet with a traditional healer and go on an herbal medicine walk through rice fields for a more in-depth look at holistic medicine. On this program, you will discover just how intertwined traditional healthcare is with today’s modern medicine and technology while developing an appreciation for the cultural awareness working with public health in a developing country requires.

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