On Mondays and Thursdays, EVS volunteers participate in the clinic for children under 5 years of age in collaboration with the staff of the Chididi health centres. This activity has been going on for three months. As the volunteers have integrated other activities, they can share the days to run the clinic for children under 5 years old at the Chidi hospital, their schedule is as if they were a couple supporting this activity. This group management of the clinic for children under five has improved the involvement of the volunteers and the hospital staff so that they can work effectively, as sometimes there are not many people as there is not much work to do. The volunteers are also involved in IMCI (Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses) and family planning at the Njazi Village Clinic. Most of the activities carried out during this village clinic are public health awareness campaigns where the volunteers work with the Community Health Workers to inform the communities about how to deal with childhood diseases such as malaria and other common diseases, this is done two days a week, usually Friday and Tuesday. Unfortunately, due to other activities, the volunteers can only help once at the VH. The volunteers are satisfied with their work, as they can help to provide information on how to deal with tropical diseases.