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Volunteer or Mentor
Given the health-related nature of the Programme, it is generally only possible for us to send experienced health professionals on site visits, and, even then, only in certain contexts.
These visits are often self-funded and the participant often speaks the language(s) of the country they are visiting, in addition to English. This enables them to connect with the local staff and patients, review the effects of the programme, as well as deliver lectures and training if requested.
Life for a Child has also established successful mentoring relationships between developed/developing country centers, and are looking to establish more of these.