Hello, I am a nursing student in an ADN program. My ultimate goal is to work in Public Health and Epidemiology, specifically working in developing nations. I should note that I have a previous BS in Psychology. My plan to get myself started on this path is to complete a volunteer placement or internship overseas during the summer break 6/20/13-9/20/13. I have been researching many different options for both volunteer and internship placements, working with my schools office of international studies and the non-profit group One Nurse at a Time. I have narrowed my options down to a handful of organizations, but there are so many options for placements that I am having trouble deciding. I would love to hear feedback from anyone who has spent time in any of these places, just to hear what the best parts of the area are, what the worst parts are, how the safety is in the area, that sort of thing. Here are the different areas that I am looking into. Ghana (Accra or Volta Region)Tanzania (Arusha or Dar es Salaam)Kampala, UgandaKathmandu, NepalMeghauli, NepalLusaka, ZambiaKenya (Nairobi, Mombassa, Mbita, Watamu, Nakuru, or Masaai Land)Phnom Penh, CambodiaSiem Reap, CambodiaTacloban City, PhilippinesTirgu-Mures, RomaniaI will be applying to volunteer for 6-8 weeks, and will also be taking 1-2 weeks once my volunteer placement is finished to just do straight forward travel. What I do during that final couple of weeks depends greatly on where I go (ie, if I go to Tanzania or Kenya I am climbing Kilaminjaro, if I choose Romania I plan on going to Cyprus). If you could include some of the major "must visit" places in the areas you know that would be amazing too. Thanks.