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We are a Non Governmental Organisation established in 2012 to respond to the vast social problems of the most under-resourced and remote areas of Uganda.
Our activities aspire to creating sustainable change in communities through building sustainable infrastructures which are then maintainable by the community members.
our aim is to create "a sustainable world with equal opportunities and resources for all mankind". And in order to achieve this, we collaborate with community members and local authorities to gather valid solutions to the common social problems and we come out with the best priorities.
our major programs works under;
(1) offering educational support to the orphans and vulnerable children by providing scholastic , finding and placing them into low-tuition schools. we also regularly visit these children and inspire them, guide and engage them in exercising their abilities.
(2), Fostering community development by mentoring and empowering families, youths and women groups in development through training and workshops, creation of village savings and loan associations (VISLA), working on general community needs such as construction of community and school water sources, environmental friendly cooking stoves as well as promoting health and wellness through awareness and campaigns on family planning, domestic violence and prevention of HIV/AIDS.
(3), vocational and life skills training for youths, thereby creating job opportunities and fighting poverty among the youths.
(4), Promotion of human and environment rights through sensitization.
Help with Eco Projects
DIY and building projects
Babysitting and creative play
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Computers/ Internet
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
Firstly, you’ll learn the Uganda local lunguage as an exchange, with the children and local people.
Learning how to prepare African meals such as local food, chappati (made from wheat flour), juices and vegetables.
Get a certificate of appreciation for the work done.
Our past volunteers have learned the African traditional traits such as greeting, dressing, way of expression and this can add to your experience.
You will have many places to tour, and some of them you could visit freely around the central region; and if interested in touring, we can arrange for that.
Our activities directly benefit the communities, and especially during this time; we need help in the following areas:
1. English language practice to our adopted children in our home, instilling and inspiring a reading culture in them.
2. Assist in building and construction work on our school projects in Buikwe District where we are building a school.
3. Assist in training music, dance, drama, swimming, yoga, soccer, fitness and other outdoor games to children.
4. Teach or train photography, filming and story telling to youths and young children.
5. Fundraising for small community projects which are aimed at creating a sustainable impact. This does not require any fundraising skills
6. Social media management for the organization activities, web updates, newsletter writing, blogging and professional writing. This enables our work to reach all people across the globe.
7. Work in our environment projects such as tree planting, agriculture and permaculture in communities.
8. Administration work in our office, such as staff training in nonprofit work, accounting, proposal writing, report writing, fundraising and or to do the above specifically.
9. Working with the women on farming and agriculture projects.
Your efforts today with our community shall remain productive for the next generation.....so come and be part of the growing team, leave a trace of your work and get a certificate of appreciation!
Luganda, Ganda: Fluent
This host offers a language exchange
We are interested in learning any native volunteer language, if it’s not English.
The volunteers house is located in a local village and its a 3 bedroom house with electricity, internet, running water and flush toilets. The house is located in a safe, quiet and secure environment, suitable for relaxing.
NOTE: Due to COVID19, the Uganda government requires all entrants to have a certificate that shows they tested negative to COVID-19 in the past 72 hours. With this, there's no mandatory quarantine!
How to visit Uganda:
Our nearest airport is Entebbe Airport and we normally pick our volunteers here at anytime of arrival.
Type of Visa: we recommend that you apply for a TOURIST VISA, unless you’re planning to spend more than 3 months. Sometimes, if you want to apply as a volunteer, it could be complicated. A tourist visa is a quickest way.
Visa fees: Visa fee is $100 and this could be 3 months Visa. It could be paid on arrival at Entebbe airport but application should be made before you board.
Others: Before you buy air ticket, make sure you have completed relevant medical checkups such as yellow fever shot, annual flu shot and any other according to your health. Some vaccinations could affect your travel dates.
A yellow fever shot and certificate is mandatory for Ugandan visitors.
Search Ugandan visa application portal online ( make sure the url end with .go.ug)
Inform us once you have booked your flights so we can arrange for the pickup.
In addition; We provide our volunteers with free-time to explore site around us for free. This includes a tour to Kampala, and this gives you an opportunity to see the Uganda capital city and tourist places around, we enjoy the Kampala-nights together everyday, village tours and exchanges with locals (village gossips...lol). Attending live music bands every weekend where our volunteers are always given a chance to sing or mime your favorite song live, attending traditional functions such as weddings and introductions.........
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
We would like to work with people across the globe to raise awareness of our needy projects, create networks and resourceful links. We have a couple of projects which require digital marketing to reach out to different people who can help
More than two
4 hours daily 5 days a week
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