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Medical Expedition Mozambique US$1,730.00

Medical Expedition Mozambique US$1,730.00

R$ 9.342,00Price

*US$1,730.00 (exchange + IOF + bank fee)


Medical Expedition Mozambique


A unique opportunity to  work in the health area in one of the most needy countries in the world. 


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    During the Mozambique Medical Expedition, the volunteer will have the opportunity to work in a community close to Maputo, helping to rescue the dignity of hundreds of people in situations of vulnerability. As a volunteer, you will help provide access to healthcare to the greatest number of people within the community, offering medical care in some specialties such as pediatrics and gynecology, and with the first aid service for minor incidents. The activity is carried out in partnership between the NGO and the local health unit, and volunteers will be able to help from patient triage to basic health care work.


    There will be a brief training for volunteers about assistance in remote areas. All activities must respect the ethical criteria related to unique services of a humanitarian nature, also guided by the culture and specificities of the region


    The action will take place between August 5th and 12th, 2022.


    Mozambique is a country on the east coast of Africa, which neighbors: Zambia, Malawi,  Tanzania, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. The capital of this incredible country is Maputo, with 27  million inhabitants, with different ethnicities and many challenges still to be overcome! Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world, where more than half of the population lives below the poverty line, which is around half a US dollar a day. Illiteracy reaches 60% and life expectancy is 51 years.

  • SDGs

    With a focus on generating positive and universal impact, VV is guided by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. All points are integrated into the strategic pillars of our actions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a global agenda adopted during the United Nations (UN) Summit in September 2015 on Sustainable Development. It consists of 17 objectives and 169 targets to be achieved by 2030. VV meets all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined. For this  program  we work:

    - SDG 3: Health and Well-being

    - SDG 10: Reduction of inequalities

    - SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Solid Institutions


    Friday to Friday: August 5th to 12th, 2022


    Arrival will be at Maputo international airport on 08/05 until 4:00 pm local time, if you cannot find a flight to arrive at that time, VV recommends that you arrive the day before to meet at the airport at that time. At 4:00 pm the group, with private transport, will depart for accommodation and acclimatization.


    The entire schedule will be submitted and reviewed in VV's online training.


    The departure will be on the 12/08 and the return ticket must be purchased after 14:00 local time.


    • Basic material to be used during activities
    • Pick Up Roundtrip from the airport
    • Transport throughout the action
    • Accommodation for all days in a shared room
    • 3 Meals per day (Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
    • VV shirt
    • Responsible for VV in the field
    • Responsible for the NGO in the field
    • VV online training of humanitarian aid via video conference
    • Volunteer certificate
    • E-book: VV Volunteer Guide
    • Administrative, government fees and taxes

    Luiz Vilanova:


    VV coordinator in the field


    Physician graduated from Centro Universitário de Valença/RJ, specialist in Internal Medicine at Hospital Edmundo Vasconcelos/SP and Intensive Medicine at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein/SP. Postgraduate in Human Rights and Global Citizenship. He holds a specialist degree in Intensive Care from AMIB and an Advanced Course in Remote Area Medicine - Advanced Wilderness Life Support (AWLS). And with an extension course on Humanitarian Response to Conflict and Disaster at Harvard. He currently works in the oncology and neurology ICUs of Hospital 9 de Julho/SP. Volunteer at the VV Mission - Goiás with jaguars and VV Week - Ilha de Deus and Pernambuco hinterland with an emphasis on female empowerment. Participated in medical expeditions with the Instituto Dharma in Ceará and the hinterland of Pernambuco in partnership with VV, during the VV-Honduras Week, he provided medical care to the local population. He has already worked as a volunteer in activities in Jardim Gramacho/RJ (with VV and TETO), in São Paulo with ImaginaC and worked as a doctor at Hamburgada na Rua. Participated in the COVID-19 mission by MSF (Doctors Without Borders).



    • 18 years
    • Yellow fever vaccine 
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