Nutrition Programs

Nutrition Programs Volunteering Abroad

IVI have developed a wide range of nutrition programs and various placements for qualified practitioners specialising in nutrition including other areas such as natural health, malnutrition, dietetics, diabetes care, naturopathy, and alternative health disciplines.

Who Can Participate – Ideally, Qualified practitioners and/or any student studying in the discipline of health science or related fields.  In most cases you’ll be working alongside qualified health practitioners and representing government affiliated networks.  Volunteers without qualifications in this field are still encouraged to apply and depending on your desire and experience, you may be accepted into the program

IVI’s programs cater to recent graduates with nutrition and dietetics backgrounds seeking to make a positive impact in typically nutritionly deficient communities in developing countries.  We have nutrition programs available in Fiji, Philippines, India, Vietnam and Greece with the refugee crisis.

In addition to airport transfers, accommodation and meals, the costs involved may include training and supervision in comprehensive blood/health screenings including anemia/iron strip and cholesterol testing, communication costs (eg. phone calls) and administration for travel to rural parts of the country.   Each program is unique so please review the options and speak to us with any questions.

Project Tasks

Indicative Project Tasks (depending on the program)
Monday-Friday: The schedule for this programs are normally  highly flexible and depends a lot on local needs and your skills.

  • General Outpatient services
  • Outreach specialist services & community health promotion activity
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of recently screened staff, basic health checks will be done along with possible consultations, Morning Health Education sessions (before the banks open, early start)
  • Free Nutrition Consultations and blood screening analysis
  • NCD Clinic care
  • Preventative health education services
  • Maternal Child Health clinics
  • Family Planning services
  • Specialist services such as Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Complex medical conditions
  • ‘Health Promotion for Wellness’ activities in the community by our staff and Community Health Workers.
  • Rural Women’s awareness, education and empowerment in Reproductive Health
  • Research, training and education
  • Corporate Health & Wellness Programs
  • Script writing, research, filming and editing
  • Developing community education program writing
  • Ministry of Health Blood Donation

Nutrition Programs

Nutrition Programs Volunteering Abroad

IVI have developed a wide range of nutrition programs and various placements for qualified practitioners specialising in nutrition including other areas such as natural health, malnutrition, dietetics, diabetes care, naturopathy, and alternative health disciplines.

Who Can Participate – Ideally, Qualified practitioners and/or any student studying in the discipline of health science or related fields.  In most cases you’ll be working alongside qualified health practitioners and representing government affiliated networks.  Volunteers without qualifications in this field are still encouraged to apply and depending on your desire and experience, you may be accepted into the program

IVI’s programs cater to recent graduates with nutrition and dietetics backgrounds seeking to make a positive impact in typically nutritionly deficient communities in developing countries.  We have nutrition programs available in Fiji, Philippines, India, Vietnam and Greece with the refugee crisis.

In addition to airport transfers, accommodation and meals, the costs involved may include training and supervision in comprehensive blood/health screenings including anemia/iron strip and cholesterol testing, communication costs (eg. phone calls) and administration for travel to rural parts of the country.   Each program is unique so please review the options and speak to us with any questions.

Project Tasks

Indicative Project Tasks (depending on the program)
Monday-Friday: The schedule for this programs are normally  highly flexible and depends a lot on local needs and your skills.

  • General Outpatient services
  • Outreach specialist services & community health promotion activity
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of recently screened staff, basic health checks will be done along with possible consultations, Morning Health Education sessions (before the banks open, early start)
  • Free Nutrition Consultations and blood screening analysis
  • NCD Clinic care
  • Preventative health education services
  • Maternal Child Health clinics
  • Family Planning services
  • Specialist services such as Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Complex medical conditions
  • ‘Health Promotion for Wellness’ activities in the community by our staff and Community Health Workers.
  • Rural Women’s awareness, education and empowerment in Reproductive Health
  • Research, training and education
  • Corporate Health & Wellness Programs
  • Script writing, research, filming and editing
  • Developing community education program writing
  • Ministry of Health Blood Donation

Nutrition Programs