Posts filed under Project Bumwalukani

A Pro-FRESH-ional Look At Volunteering

My name is Dr. Peter Smith from York, England, and I have just returned from my 8th visit to the FIMRC site in Bududa District, Eastern Uganda. Like many physicians, I have always wanted to work in the developing world but found difficulty in finding work where my skills could complement and add to a situation. When I decided to travel to the developing world I was concerned about working within my capabilities. When I contacted FIMRC I actually expressed an interest in their project in India, however they took a very careful note of my CV and suggested Uganda!

Project Bududa: New Year, New Name!

Many of you may have noticed that Project Bumwalukani has recently changed to Project Bududa. DON'T PANIC! We're still serving the community of Bumwalukani proudly, but there are several reasons why altering the name to Project Bududa fit with our mission. Read below to find out why!

Fellow Spotlight: Matt O'Keefe

"Project Bumwalukani has truly been an adventure I will never forget. From testing patients for malaria to rafting on the Nile, my two months here were filled with experiences I couldn’t get anywhere else." Matt O'Keafe volunteered during the SIHF Sessions I and II, and wrote this piece reflecting on his experience.