Ubuntu Through Health was established in 2010 by a group of Griffith University medical students. It is a non-profit initiative of HOPE4HEALTH. We promote positive health outcomes in developing regions and assist in the realisation of health equality at home and abroad.
This will primarily be achieved via tailored financial assistance to health clinics for assistance in the provision of medical supplies and health programs. Ubuntu Through Health is coordinated entirely by volunteer students and all donated funds go directly towards our projects.
Find out about the current and past projects that Ubuntu Through Health have supported
Meet the Team
The Ubuntu Through Health team is comprised solely of Griffith University Medical students, who are recruited towards the end of their first year of study. These team members remain as active representatives of Ubuntu Through Health throughout their entire medical studies, with many members remaining active as Executive Directors after graduation.
Executive Directors 2019
Jess Van Heuvel
Active Members (and year of graduation)