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Water, Nutrition, and Health with Haitian Community

Water, Nutrition, and Health with Haitian Community

Event · 30 Mar 2024, 08:00 - 12:30
Dutch Quarter, Sint Maarten
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Summary

Join Phi Chi and Sunrise Rotary Club for a day at a local church to teach kids about nutrition while parents learn about the importance of drinking water.

Detailed description

AUC students will choose from two activities:


Option 1: Provide a workshop on drinking healthy amounts of clean water for adults (must speak Haitian Creole)


Option 2: Provide a workshop to children regarding healthy food choices (English)


After this event, the St. Maarten Rotary Club will share information about clean water access in Haiti for church members to share with their families.


The event will end with a lunch for attendees.

Getting there

Please come to the cafeteria 30 minutes before your event for a new CAD shirt, breakfast and check-in. You will receive an update from the site lead with details regarding this activity and your preference for participation.
Unfortunately, you can no longer register for this volunteering opportunity. You can find other volunteering opportunities here.10 spots left.
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About American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine

At the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, our mission is to train tomorrow's physicians, whose service to their communities and their patients is enhanced by international learning experiences, a diverse learning community, and an emphasis on social accountability and engagement.