Phase 2: National Voluntary Service

The National Voluntary Service is offered for a minimum period of six months. It is during this phase of training that recruits are posted to serve on various projects that are of national importance around the country.

This has necessitated NYS to engage and enter into agreements with various stakeholders and authorities at local and national levels.  The Ministry of Health and Social Services is one of the stakeholders benefiting from this programme as NYS continue to deploy recruits to hospitals and medical centres around the country to carry out non-nursing services such as packing medicine in the pharmacy, cleaning and administrative work.  

Many communities in the rural areas continue to suffer from a lack of road infrastructure.  In response to requests from regional Councils country-wide,  NYS recruits successfully completed the de-bushing of an 80km road between Eengondi-Olukupa and Onkumbula, in Okankolo Constituency, and 29km road at Anamulenge Constituency, and have worked on a feeder road embankment at Oshikuku Constituency.  The Service recruits have equally participated in a number of national voluntary service undertakes including continuous participation in agricultural production at various NYS agricultural projects.

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