Med Student International Opportunty through Child Family Health International- Application open monthly through Dec. 2008


Child Family Health International

Apply now to one of CFHI’s 17 different global health education programs – Programs are open for applications every month until December 2008!

Child Family Health International’s ( global health education programs offer participants the opportunity to choose from a range of health care issues on which to focus, in a variety of settings through out the world. What ever your area of interest, or even if you are undecided, CFHI’s socially responsible, financially just global health education programs will provide you with a life changing experience.

From Tropical Medicine and Rural Health in Mexico, to HIV/AIDs and health care in Durban, South Africa, for every educational level, CFHI has something to meet your needs and interests.

* CFHI’s global health education programs are 4 to 8 weeks long and run every month of the year.
* All programs include clinical rotations with local preceptors in a variety of settings each day during the week.
* Housing is with local home-stay families, or, in some cases, guest houses where home-stay families are not available.
* Language instruction is included (including Medical Spanish instruction) in all Spanish-speaking programs.
* CFHI has many fundraising resources available to assist you in raising your program fees

I had such a life-changing experience in La Paz, Bolivia, and the program exceeded all my expectations. I loved how structured and organized the program was, and that our days were filled with meaningful experiences, ranging from hospital rotations in the mornings to medical lectures in the evenings.”
Pediatrics in La Paz, Bolivia, June ’07, Alumna

For more information about all of CFHI’s global health education programs in Bolivia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Nicaragua and South Africa (and to apply online) please visit the web site at


Child Family Health International (CFHI) is a global family of committed professionals and students who work at the grassroots level to promote the health of the world community.


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