Art in Tanzania helps the small community clinics, the Public Health Programs in the villages, and larger hospitals, Tanzania’s healthcare is missing professional medical staff. You can assist in developing healthcare while gaining incredible experience working in a developing country with limited medical facilities. The Art in Tanzania community medical support team works in Dar es Salaam. If you participate in the Madale village medical support program, we can arrange for you to work in the small village clinics and a larger hospital nearby. The public health program mainly focuses on helping the village communities in the fields of nutrition, sports and exercise, art therapy and sustainability, among others. Tanzanian pharmacies are far from western standards; small village pharmacies need training and advocacy. The medical program also includes sexual education and HIV/AIDS counselling, advocacy, events, and testing.
Work with public health institutions.
Work closely with small community clinics and larger hospitals to deliver vital medical information and experience, help patients with medical concerns, learn from Tanzanian doctors and nurses, and engage in hands-on practical experience.
Education and support
Visit primary and secondary schools, raise awareness on the value of proper nutrition and sports and exercise, and teach students about sexual education, including HIV and AIDS, oral hygiene, and other health issues.