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Why Service Learning?

Service learning courses provide students with an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of health-related problems in rural communities. In this course, students will provide expertise and support to community development programs; be immersed in an intercultural living environment, observe, study, and participate in the host culture; and engage in a variety of formal and informal intercultural exchanges. Employers are looking for individuals with leadership qualities, critical thinking skills, ethical judgment, and the ability to build relationships. The Rural Healthcare and Culture in Morocco course gives students a rich, hands-on, service-learning experience to develop these skills they can apply to delivering rural healthcare in Montana.

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Students Experience a Global Health Service Learning Experience

The Health Administration program is proud to offer HADM 494 Rural Healthcare and Culture in Morocco -- a global community health engagement field experience. This global service learning experience will take participants to Zawiya Ahansal, Morocco and villages in the Central High Atlas Mountains. Students will compare and contrast rural healthcare in Morocco with the healthcare system in Montana and participate in community-based, healthcare-related service learning projects. Students will learn about the rich culture and traditions of rural Morocco and complete a two-day trek to villages accessible only by foot in the Central High Atlas Mountains.

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Your donation will be used for scholarships to students to help defray the cost of travel to Morocco.

Why donate?

The mission of the Health Administration program is to provide the knowledge and skills required for leaders in health services management and administration with a focus on rural-frontier healthcare. Your donation will provide a global service learning opportunity for students to experience rural life and participate in community development programs in the remote Zawiya Ahansal region of the Central High Atlas Mountains of Morocco.