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Mobile Clinic Title Slide
Description of the mobile clinic
Two students smiling with child
Group of students and nurses
Doctor with a child patient
Patient getting measured
Student measuring patient
Students using stethoscope
Group of students and patients at mobile clinic
Patient smiling
Patient doing vision test
Student pointing at vision test
Nurse checking pulse of patient
Three volunteers smiling
Mobile Clinic End Slide

Service Learning Uganda

Application deadline for summer 2011: November 2010

Uganda Made possible by the Foundation for Sustainable Development and generous funding from the Sarlo Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, the summer service-learning program in Uganda aims to further USF's mission to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. Through immersion in various communities in southern Uganda, students will have a unique opportunity to engage in sustainable development work on subjects including: Micro-Enterprise, Environment, Health, Youth and Education, Women's Empowerment, Community Development, and Human Rights. Participants will engage in a semester of instruction at USF prior to their departure. They will then travel to Uganda where they will live with host families and work in community-based organizations for ten weeks. The group will then return to USF for additional instruction. Upon successful completion of the program and its requirements, participants will earn a grade for a four-unit USF service-learning course.