Overview

The January Institute in Cambodia is an 8-week program open to students from the University of New South Wales and the University of Sydney, in Australia, who complete a training course prior to the program. Participants then spend three weeks working with BMET students and learning Khmer in Phnom Pehn before volunteering in small groups in the public hospitals throughout Cambodia for the remaining five weeks. Participants assist with critical medical device repairs, translation of manuals, preventative maintenance, and other services.

  

UNSW in Cambodia 2016

      SI Cambodia UNSW

Schedule 2017:

January 1 - February 25, 2017

* Exact programing subject to change

1 January 2017: Arrive in Phnom Penh, stay in hotel provided

2 January: Orientation at University of Puthisastra (UP), move to homestay family

2 January - 20 January: Training at UP

Mornings: Khmer language training

Afternoon: Technical labs and workshops to prepare for developing world hospital work

22 January: Transportation provided to hospital placements in cities/towns around Cambodia

23 January - 23 February: Work in partner hospitals

23-24 February: Return to Phnom Penh

24 February: Final Conference and presentations

25 February: Depart Cambodia, return to Sydney

 

Contact si@ewh.org for more details.

 

 

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