As awareness of global health increase, many midwifery students shift their interest to take their electives in underprivileged regions. Are you one of them? In the world’s poor areas with an awful condition and no running water, there are people who sacrifice to deliver health and saving lives. We are not talking of soldiers but of midwives. These healthcare workers are at the forefront, battling to safeguard that women survive delivery and offspring are born safe and sound. Marginalized areas have left a legacy of high rates of maternal and infant mortality due to lack of resources.
Choosing Philippines as your destination for your medical elective abroad will enrich your personal and professional growth. It’ll definitely be more than your money’s worth as we bring you to our Philippines tie-up…LEARN MORE
Medical students will have first-hand experience treating patient’s ailments with GEP’s partner hospital, Coast Province General Hospital (CPGH). A government hospital that was established in 1908, it has a 700-bed capacity with 10 general wards, 3 maternity wards and 1 amenity ward.Learn More
Our placements are not “one size fits all,” but tailored to your experience and education level. If you have a passion for global mental health, and want to learn more about how cross-cultural factors impact mental health access and treatment, you’re in the right place. By joining us, not only will you gain 40 + hours of practical experience and training, you’ll also be completely immersed in the exciting, vibrant culture of Sri Lanka ProjectsLEARN MORE