Ubuntu Africa

Comprehensive Care for HIV Positive Children

Ubuntu Africa

Comprehensive Care for HIV Positive Children

Volunteers

Many volunteers work for Ubuntu Africa to help improve the lives of the children we support.

UBA's current volunteers with some of our children! From left to right: Constancia, Jamie, Saznin, and PK.

UBA’s current volunteers with some of our children! From left to right: Constancia, Jamie, Saznin, and PK.

Past Volunteers:

Jamie Joseph

Jamie Joseph is from West Windsor, New Jersey, and will be a junior at Princeton University. She is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Relations and working towards a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. She is interning at UBA through Princeton’s Global Health Program and the Health Grand Challenges program.

Follow Jamie’s adventures interning for UBA by reading her blog here!

Constancia Mavodza

Constancia Mavodza is originally from Harare, Zimbabwe and is a rising senior at Amherst College. She is a pre-med student majoring in Neuroscience with an extreme passion for Women and Children’s Issues, especially HIV/AIDS and reproductive health.

PK Smith

PK Smith is a rising senior studying Political Science and French at Johns Hopkins University.  Originally from Connecticut, he is interning with Ubuntu Africa through JHU’s Public Health summer program in South Africa.

Saznin Mehta

Saznin is a senior from Washington, D.C. majoring in public health at Johns Hopkins University. She is interning at UBA for six weeks as part of JHU’s Public Health Program Abroad in Cape Town. Her interest in public health stemmed from volunteering at Louverture Cleary School in Haiti as a high school senior.

  • Anna Sedney, February-March 2011
  • Rick Raymond, Fall 2010
  • Jean Junior, July 2010
  • Kirstine Lindberg, Summer 2010
  • Katherine Foley, Summer 2010