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Peru-Health Education In Huancayo

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Project Name:PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPAING IN THE VILLAGES OF HUANCAYO
Date Posted:12/12/2008
Country:Peru
Address:Jr. Las Planicies 351 Pio Pata-El Tambo, Huancayo - Per�
Commitment:Recommended minimum time, two weeks
Type Of Work:Projects aimed at improving the health of residents in villages of Huancayo.The work will be carried out in the villages in open air. The work will be done by the volunteer and a person in charge, who offers support. Health campaigns will be raised: -sexual orientation, course on sexuality -family planning, due to the increase in adolescent mothers in the villages -First Aid Workshops -Hygiene and health workshops -Nutrition for children, healthy nutrition, balance of nutrients And others that the volunteer suggests and wishes to put into practice. The volunteer will get to know different villages and different life conditions, which makes this an unforgettable experience.
The objective of these Health campaigns is to help form future generations that have the necessary knowledge and skills to promote and manage their personal health as well as the health of their family and community enabling them to study, work, and live healthily.

Required Skills:Volunteers wanting to work in this project must have confidence at least and an intermediate level of Spanish in order to give local peoples as much help as possible.
Costs:from 150 dollars to 390 dollars
Contact Person:Plinio Sovero
Email:info(at)peruvolunteering(dot)org
Website: http://www.peruvolunteering.org
Phone:(+51) 964865987
Additional Info:A volunteer of Esperanza Peru is a friend, who has a challenge to do her/his work due to our reality and the work that they do. Every day is new and different with many things to learn about the environment that surround them.

Kiami — 30 April 2012, 11:27

Texted with Wes this morning and all arrievd safely and got a good night of rest. All the materials got through customs which is a praise. They begin their journey now an 8-hour bus drive at altit