Delores Scoggins 10.June I am a registered nurse who's interest and primary focus for the last 31 years has been in Labor and Delivery. I have worked in L&D as well as high risk OB. I have also worked for midwives . I have also worked in STD clinics. I was recently, 2010, trained in performing limited obstetrical Ultrasounds for a pregnancy center in my hometown . I have an associate degree in lab technology, BSN in Nursing, and 12 hours toward a Master's Degree. I have believed that I have been called, for many years, for such a mission as yours. My heart beat faster at the thought of seeing this calling possibly becoming a reality . I don't know if I'm the person you need. I know my Lord Jesus Christ does. I am ready to follow my calling and to serve. I am ready to teach and to learn. I am ready to serve and care for those in need of what knowledge I currently have and the new knowledge I will obtain as I grow in knowledge and strength. I currently hold a Nursing License in the state of South Carolina. I wish, also, to be a member as well as a volunteer in your overseas hospitals or projects. I hope to hear from you soon.

Waha International 10.May To join us, please send your CV and cover letter to Thank you !

Patang N Ngu Florence 15.March I am a registered nurse/midwife as well as clinical service provider in Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS/STIS Wish to be a member as well as volunteer. I am based in Cameroon

Olivier Topele M. 07.March bonjour, j'ai été recommandé par un ami commun, il s'agit de Monsieur GEZA ARCZY, coordonnateur MSF France à Lubumbashi pour vous contacter dans le cadre de vos activités pour un partenariat avec vous étant donné que vos activités nous intéressent pour sauver les femmes en République Démocratique du Congo. Merci.

Prof. Sayeba Akhter 16.December I am extremely impressed knowing the vision and activities of WAHA. Thank you and congratulation. It would be grea,t if I will be included in WAHA family. Prof.Sayeba Akhter H-2/A, F-A4, Nam Village, Road-1, Block-I, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh.

Lily Esperanza Bohórquez Martínez 06.March ,Que pena en un mundo tan "moderno y tecnólogico" lo más importante el cuidado de la vida sea en muchas ocasiones tan poco urgente e ir,responsable. Pienso que una de las tareas debe ser actividades de promoción de la salud yprevención de la enfermedad. Escribo desde Colombia y aunque la situación ha mejorado sobre todo en el área urbana, en el área rural dista muchisimo de ser la "normal" por así decirse.

Mercy N. Riunga 23.February Hi. My name is Mercy N. Riunga. I came across your site & its quite a great job that you are doing to women in the developing countries! I’m basically a social worker with a Diploma in NGO Management & a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from The University of Nairobi. In this light, I would really appreciate more information on your programs and how one can participate. Kind regards, Mercy.

Rukia 16.February good work keep up.kindly try to come Northern region Moyale, Marsabit and North horr


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Do you share our vision of working together to improve women´s and children´s health in developing countries all over the world? If so, why not join us and help to deliver maternal health service to women who would otherwise have limited access to health services before, during and after their pregnancy.

Volunteers, employees, freelance consultants and interns work with us as much in medical and paramedical fields as in communications, administration, logistics, fundraising, and scientific or sociological research We will inform you each time a vacancy becomes available in our offices in Paris or on one of our programs overseas.


International volunteer medical teams are recruited from all over the world, to work alongside local medical teams in our projects to deliver the highest quality medical care and treatment to the patients in our programmes.

WAHA is regularly looking for surgeons, doctors, anesthetists, nurses, midwives and psychosocial therapist who are available for a minimum of 4 weeks to work in one of our projects.

We also need volunteers’ support to help us in our daily administrative tasks.


We also have a limited number of opportunities for interns and university students to work in our office in Paris to gain experience in working with an NGO. In our programs overseas, we have a limited number of internship opportunities for students who have a medical profile or who can work on our research projects.

If you’d like more information about the ways in which you can volunteer or participate in our programmes, then please send us an email at