Hope for Tanzania

Medical Student Visit

Published 08 May 2014

We are delighted that a medical student from the university of Nottingham is currently in Arusha for an elective. She is originally from Ghana but has lived in the UK since the age of 8. During her elective she will work at the Lutheran hospital in Arusha gaining general medical experience particularly in Obs & Gynae, which is her chosen speciality. She will also have the opportunity to fly into a remote rural area to provide home based medical treatment. She will stay with one of our friends which will help with cultural conditioning and provide warm and homely support. We are looking forward to hearing how her visit went when she returns in June.

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