january, 2022

mon03janAll Daythu13Medical, Dental & Veterinary Trip to Costa RicaOTCR010322Costa Rica Duration: 11 days Date: Jan 3rd, 2022 - Jan 13th, 2022

more

Event Details

Location: Costa RicaArrival airport: San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO)
Arrival date: 01/03/2022
Departure airport: San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO)
Departure date: 01/13/2022
Available Fields: Medical, Dental & Veterinary
Trip Code: OTCR010322
Duration: 11 days

Time

january 3 (Monday) - 13 (Thursday)

Location

Costa Rica

Airport of Costa Rica

Costs

Program Fee: 200 USD + 2,000 USD

  • 200 USD registration fee (Due upon registration)
  • 2,000 USD (You will receive a payment schedule once your registration is accepted) 

 

What’s included?

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off.
  • All ground transportation between sites.
  • All accommodations
  • Medical Insurance
  • 2 meals during clinic days and 1 meal during recreation days
  • In-country orientation.
  • Program Manual.
  • 24-hour staff assistance.
  • All medicine, equipment, supplies, and professionals needed to successfully perform on clinic days.
  • Evening group activities.
  • Cultural Immersion activities
  • All recreation activities listed in the trip itinerary.
  • Statement of Service Hours
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Letters of recommendation assessed on a case-by-case basis

About this trip

Medical Field

Improve the overall health of underserved communities through education and mobile clinics … Learn more 

Dental Field

Provide basic dental care and education to those who would otherwise not receive any dental attention… Learn more 

Veterinary Field

Helps control animal overpopulation in underserved communities by providing high-quality spay/neuter clinics & animal welfare education… Learn more 

 

About Costa Rica

Costa Rica is located on the Central American bridge, which connects the north with the south, This country is smaller than Lake Michigan, and is considered a reference in terms of social progress and stability. Unfortunately, there’s a concerning inequality between the capital and the rural communities where only 1% of the population has access to some sort of Health Education. Learn more

Register Now!

Register Now!

Not Ready To Register Yet?

Add me to an interested list

Frequently Asked Questions

Help Center
Home-Vida
X