This latest addition to my blog will document all of my amazing adventures during my work overseas. In September 2018 I began a career break from the NHS and worked with refugees in Greece, offering physiotherapy and coordinating medical aid to those who are unable to access it.
From January my journey took me to mainland Africa where I am currently working as a physiotherapist at a Ugandan hospital, a local health centre and a school. My current goals are to provide physiotherapy to the local population and health education for both villagers and children.
From here I will head to Madagascar at the beginning of March, where I will be working with @cloverseasclaire and the local medical professionals to further develop the work they have begun on rehabilitation medicine.
As this is an entirely voluntary year I will need to be completely self-sufficient and have set up a justgiving page for anyone who wishes to help contribute to any of these causes.
Follow my blog and visit my page for further information on my projects. All money raised will go towards cost of living, equipment, outreach services and any remaining money will be distributed evenly between these amazing projects. The more we can raise, the more we can give!