Jobs, Internships and Volunteering
Welcome to jobs page
On this page you will find listed jobs, vacancies and careers Unfortunately, we currently don't have vacancies available. Please checking we will update here when vacancies become available.
We also have internships and volunteering roles. We currently have volunteering roles. Click links on the right to download documents!.
Africa Patient Association is essential to the life of AHO and patients. All patients are encouraged to join a local patient association. Why are patient association important? This is where we communicate our policies with patients.Read more >
Join AHO and enjoy the benefits of memberships. As a member, you have full access to patient resources, patient support fund, insurance policy, travel support, social fund and others. To join, please contact your local association.Read more >
AHO has established a health social fund to support patients who can not afford treatment.Most treatment is very expensive e.g. dialysys costing US$250 per session and three sessions per week is US$750 which is unaffordable by most people.Read more >
Information, Advice & Guidance
From the moment you are diagnosed, you have to know that you have a friend that will walk with you throughout the journey. Your doctor will tell you if there is suspected illness and may refer you to a specialist. Once tests and checks are done and confirmed, you will put on dialysis. We will be here for you.Read more >
Transplant gives a new lease of life. Once all tests have done, psychological assessment passed and a donor has been identified, the transplant team will recommend that the process goes ahead. After transplant you will receive support and information about anti-rejection medication and a new life. We will support you all the way.Read more >
Patient safety and security are our first priority. AHO ensures that when patients visit our centres, are are safe and are treated with respect. Patients are encouraged to evaluate risks when they leave home and issues they may encounter on their way to dialysis. Follow advice you are given by healthcare professionals.Read more >
All our premises are smoke-free and if you are visiting us, please respect this rule. Smoking is also not good for your health especially if you have cardiovascular conditions and kidney disease. Speak to your doctor or one of our advisers on how to to quit and the support we provide to people considering quiting.Read more >