Emily Clark is a family doctor from the UK, working in a clinic which serves hard to reach groups (homeless and asylum seekers). She has been involved in a volunteering charity which has taken her to work in Ghana, Kenya, Sri Lanka, India and Zambia.
She was Beyond Europe Lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners Junior International Committee, leading on global health opportunities and collaborations relevant to GPs.
In 2015 she volunteered in Kisiizi hospital in South West Uganda for seven months with the Sustainable Volunteering Partnership. From that she became involved in USHAPE (Ugandan Sexual Health and Public Education, ushape.org.uk), which has taken her back to Uganda several times.
Family planning saves lives in rural Uganda using training methodology - May 2018