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Group Volunteer

Are you a doctor, a medical student, pre medical student, a nurse, or a health care professional? Are you looking for a real hands-on medical volunteer abroad opportunity, where you will serve impoverished communities and will share your passion for and expertise in healthcare?
Then, look no further. Unlike other medical volunteer abroad programs where you only shadow local doctors, with Boundless Love’s hands on medical volunteer program, you will have ample opportunities to get involved directly with the treatment of local patients.
Boundless Love’s hands-on medical volunteer overseas programs are part of exceptional initiatives around the world that work to provide healthcare services to people in places where they might not have the means to access the care that they need and deserve otherwise.
As part of one of Boundless Love’s hands-on medical volunteer abroad opportunities, you will work to provide comprehensive healthcare services to those who are struggling. Your commitment to one of these hands-on healthcare volunteer abroad programs has the power to change and improve lives!

Medical Experience as a Group 

We recruit a minimum number of 5 volunteers at a duration of 1-2 weeks anytime during the year.
In many developing countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda millions of people are living below the poverty line. They are so destitute that they struggle with the basic needs of daily life such as food, shelter, clothing, and even medical care.
As a result, millions of people suffer from different kinds of aliments and diseases, along with malnutrition. Sadly, many of these people die every year from treatable diseases and conditions. Unfortunately, the governments of these third world countries do not have enough resources or programs to help so many impoverished people.
Everyone deserves to receive basic healthcare. Boundless Love’s hands-on medical volunteer overseas programs aim to help provide that care. While you are working alongside likeminded volunteers and medical professionals, you will be gaining valuable hands-on medical experience in a number of different fields and situations. This experience will be great for your resume and/or medical career. Your compassion, energy, skills, and devotion to one of Boundless Love’s hands-on healthcare volunteer abroad programs will vastly improve the lives of people who are suffering. This is your chance to make a grand difference in the lives of others while also having a culturally eye-opening, heart growing, and educational experience overseas.
Currently, we offer international medical camps in , Kenya, Burundi, Uganda, and Tanzania. We are mostly working in rural villages, slums, nursing homes, orphanages, schools, and local community centers.

Team Leader

Boundless Loves  medical camps are always led by a local doctor(s)..Local doctor(s) will be your team leader throughout the project duration.
The main responsibilities of the local team leader is to coordinate the camp, to help you understand the local health issues, and to supervise or guide you throughout the program so that you can use your experience/expertise efficiently to serve those in need.
The local team leader will be your main professional point of contact and will be there to help you throughout your project. Your team leader will be a highly qualified medical professional. Depending on the number of volunteers, there might be more than one doctor. Local translators and nurses will also be working with you and your team leader in the camp.

Sample Itinerary

Boundless Love’s hands-on medical volunteer overseas programs are typically one to two weeks long. Medical camp itineraries will vary depending on the country, community and local needs, and the interest of individuals and the group. However, every program follows the same basic structure and is made up of three distinct parts: orientation, volunteering, and free time.

Day 1: Orientation

One the first day of the program, the team leader will give you a thorough orientation of your medical volunteer abroad program. The orientation begins with an introduction to the country, which includes its culture, history, geography, politics, people and related issues.
Then, you will receive all pertinent information regarding our specific medical camp program, including the camp goals, location, common health issues, daily activities, your responsibilities, safety guidelines, rules, your accommodations, meals, and transportation.
During orientation, there will be a question and answer session and an explanation of the daily itinerary. The orientation will provide you with all of the information that you need in order to best serve the local communities and have a great medical volunteer abroad experience.
Time permitted, you will also visit the site of the camp and meet the local people and leaders. You may even be lucky enough to start working on your first day!

Day 2-5: Medical Volunteer Abroad Experience

You will eat breakfast around 7 am and depart shortly after to start working on the project. You should arrive before 8 am.

8 – 9 am: Set Up

When you arrive at the camp, your first task will be to set up for the day. You will make sure that everything is properly set up in order to run the camp effectively. The set-up activities will vary and may include cleaning, organizing supplies, setting up the check-in and check-out desks.

9–1 pm: Medical Tasks and Check-Ups

Your hands on medical volunteering work will start around 9 am when local people start to arrive at the camp. The camp will be set up in rural villages and communities, slum areas, orphanages, public schools, old houses, local churches and local clubs. Prior to the start of the camp, we will inform the local community. Therefore, it is expected that local people will start heading to the camp after 8:30 am.
You will be extremely busy treating local people and helping out with many different tasks. Working with and for local people will be a fantastic and life changing opportunity for you though!

11 – 11:30 am: Break

1 pm: Closing the Camp.
The medical camp will close around 1 pm. After 1 pm, you will be transferred to your accommodations where you will have lunch and have a chance to rest and recharge. During your free time, you can discuss what is on the table for next camp day or explore the local area. The local staff will be available to help you at any time.

Day 6-7: Free Time

Travel and Extended Stay/Explore. [OPTIONAL].

After medical experience, the team will have 3 days safari in our best national park in Africa, then the 4th day they do shopping within Nairobi and fly out.

Please note that, we can make arrangements with the volunteers want to stay longer than a week.

Skills and Qualifications

The medical volunteer abroad program in Kenya is available to medical volunteers of ages 18yrs and above and educational or professional backgrounds and also pre medical volunteers/students..
Our primary goal is to provide basic health care to impoverished local communities in developing countries and also help volunteers gain medical experience. There are opportunities to lend a healing and helping hand for all different niches of healthcare. These include medical students, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, nurse midwives, gynecologists, dentists, paramedics, EMTs, physical therapists, nutritionists, and among many others.
If you are an ophthalmologist, a dermatologist, a pediatrician, a member of the dentist family practice, an acupuncturist, an osteopathic doctor, an internist, or a similar professional, we can definitely put your specialty to good use and find patients within your specialty that need your care and expertise.

Cost Per Group of 5 people and above Medical outreach volunteering plus 3 days safari. [ 1450 usd ]

Boundless Love’s medical camp programs start on the first Monday of each month. However, if you have a small group of more than five volunteers who want to join the program, we can create a customized program to allow your group to start at the date that is more convenient for your group.

Important notice: You can join Boundless Love’s international medical camp in a group. We need a minimum of 5 volunteers to run the camp. Therefore, we request that you invite others to make a small group. Or, if this is not possible, please apply at least 2 or 3 months in advance so we can inform you – at least a month in advance – in case we have to cancel the camp setup for those dates if we fail to meet the minimum number of volunteers required.

• Airport pick up and drop off
• Accommodations
• Daily Transportation to the Medical camp site
• Food (3 local meals a day)
• Support & supervision from local doctors and team
• Medicines that are distributed freely to local people through your participation in this program.
• Certificate after completion.
• 3 Days safari

Each team member will pay separately registration fee of 50 usd.

Fees for 1-4 people

If you are not a team of 5 and above people, you will pay 100 usd per week which covers meals and accommodation and you work in a healthcare project /hospital with local medical professional .You will be shadowing a professional medical person.

• Airport pick up

• Accommodation

• Daily Transportation to the Medical camp site

• Food (3 local meals a day)

• Support & supervision from local doctors and team

•Medicines that are distributed freely to local people through your participation in this program


What’s not included?

  1. Airfare
  2. Visa
  3. Personal expenses
  4. Alcohol