The International Mission Board has requested a volunteer, an experienced medical professional (RN, NP, PA, or MD) to come and work in the medical clinic of Uganda Baptist Seminary this summer from May 12 to August 30, 2014. Either a single or a couple can come. If a couple comes, the non-medical spouse could teach English, theology, computer, work in the library, or do maintenance, etc. depending on skills and qualifications.
If you know anyone would would fit this role, we would appreciate you telling them to email email@example.com for more information.
To give you a little context, there is a theological school there in Uganda where 90 to 140 students from all over East Africa on campus for 3 to 4 weeks each month, and they REALLY need someone to help provide medical care for them while they are studying. Thanks for your help in spreading the word and for praying that God will provide someone to serve.
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