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Help with a community peanut butter farm project for children in Kyotera, Uganda

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  • Last activity: 11 Mar 2024



 Min stay requested: No minimum



  • Description


    My name is Kim, 41 years old. I'm originally from the Netherlands but have been living in Uganda for the last 15 years.
    Together with my 3 adopted daughters I live in a cozy village home in the South of Uganda.
    In 2011 I started a nutrition unit in a nearby local hospital where we treat severely malnourished children.
    Two years later I established a farm project -- with local community members where we grow crops and produce peanut butter for the children at the nutrition unit.

  • Types of help and learning opportunities

    Types of help and learning opportunities

    Charity Work
    Language practice
    Help with Eco Projects
    DIY and building projects
    Farmstay help
    Help around the house
    General Maintenance
    Help with Computers/ Internet
  • UN sustainability goals this host is trying to achieve

    UN sustainability goals this host is trying to achieve

    UN goals
    No poverty
    Zero hunger
    Good health and well-being
    Quality education
    Gender equality
    Clean water and sanitation
    Affordable and clean energy
    Decent work and economic growth
    Industries, innovation and infrastructure
    Reduce inequality
    Sustainable cities and communities
    Responsible consumption and production
    Climate action
    Life below water
    Life on land
    Peace, justice and strong institutions
    Partnerships for the goals
  • Cultural exchange and learning opportunities

    Cultural exchange and learning opportunities

    When being part of our family you will experience how it is to live in a village. Working with the local community side by side, learning some farming skills, eating and cooking the local food, probably learn some of the local language and enjoy the beauty of Ugandan nature.

  • Help


    There is always a lot to do on the farm, painting, building, gardening, teaching, maintenance and helping out with administrative challenges. We are open to welcome visitor and are willing to learn new skills and learn from different cultures.

  • Languages

    Languages spoken
    English: Fluent
    Dutch: Fluent

    This host offers a language exchange
    The members on the farm would love to learn English, me I would love to learn Spanish

  • Accommodation


    When visiting our project you will either stay at the farm land or at our home. Both places have a dormitory room with shared bathing space / local toilet 'latrine'. You will experience how it is to live without power or running water. Water is harvested in rainwater tanks which we use for day to day needs.
    You can join in on the local meals which are breakfast and lunch.

  • What else ...

    What else ...

    Our village is located near the Tanzanian border and a 1,5 hour drive away from a lovely town called Masaka where you can spend some time off and have all the luxury you wish for.
    During your free hours of the day you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings by doing a walk or sit on the hill next to our home with a stunning view.
    You can do basic shopping in the village trading center on a 5 min walk from the farm or go to the nearest town -Kyotera - on a 30 min ride with motorcycle taxi.

  • A little more information

    A little more information

    • Internet access

    • Limited internet access

      Limited internet access

    • We have pets

    • We are smokers

    • Can host families

  • How many Workawayers can stay?

    How many Workawayers can stay?

    More than two

  • ...

    Hours expected

    Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week

Host ref number: 591711645128

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