This summer, 22 volunteers from across the UK and US will be travelling to Bangladesh as part of Selfless’ Global Health Leadership Programme ‘Elective Aid’. The Elective Aid trip will also mark Selfless’ tenth anniversary.
Working under the supervision of local doctors, the team will be providing healthcare access in low-resource settings in rural Bangladesh.
Selfless is delighted to receive the support of Experience Days for the programme.
Tazneem Chowdhury a Southampton medical student who is travelling on the trip said:
“I am looking forward to travelling to Bangladesh on Elective Aid. I would like to thank Experience Days for their support for our initiative and hope it will help generate interest in our fundraising at Southampton.”