Rotary seeks team to visit Uganda
Do you have skills that could help someone see better and read better? Do you have skills that could help someone grow more nourishing food? Or skills that could help someone deal with trauma or maternal health issues?
Rotary District 6420, which covers the northwest corner of Illinois, is planning a two-week Vocational Training Team project in northern Uganda, in the Nebbi District. This is the second Vocational Training Team project for the district. In 2011, the district sent a team to Guatemala to work with staff at a vocational training school for the country’s Mayan citizens.
For the Ugandan team, the district is looking for applicants who have skill sets and at least two years of experience in these areas: doctor specializing in ophthalmology, doctor specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, nurse, trauma counselor, literacy/education/libraries and sustainable agriculture. Applicants may be working in their field of expertise or retired.
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