Hello I am called James and the Director and founder of this project in Uganda set on community based principles that simply connects volunteers to real local life experiences and in the process transforming and adding value to the local people and vulnerable groups of people like women, single mothers, youths and others. We work with other locally approved homes, NGOs, CBOs, within our locality and the country at large .These communities need exactly what u can offer, like professional skills , entrepreneurship skills and any other help one can offer to encourage and instil hope and add value to these communities, giving our volunteers a chance to first hand experience and enjoy the local delicacies, fresh organic fruits like bananas, passion fruits and many more, make sure u try a Rolex and take ride on local motorcycles commonly know as (Boda Boda) for easier transport around the major town centres throughout Uganda. Look for the ones called safe boda boda, they wear orange reflector jackets and Helmets.
We do offer free accommodations and We can also arrange airport pick ups and drop offs on request and we can advise you on the best game tour safaris locations to check out.
Our volunteers have a wide range of tourists activities to engage in while staying with us like lake Victoria landing site in Kasenyi,Uganda wild Life center in Entebbe,The Source of River Nile in Jinja, the longest river in the world, bird watching, given that Uganda is home to 11% of the world's bird species, River Nile water rafting, Bungee jumping, lake Victoria boat cruises, swimming, fishing and vibrant night life ,likeb clubs, bars and restaurants.
Proyectos de construcción y bricolaje
Cuidado de niños y juegos creativos
Cocinar para toda la familia
Ayuda en una granja
Ayuda en proyectos ecológicos
Trabajo de caridad
Práctica de idiomas
Ayuda con ordenadores/Internet
En este proyecto podría haber niños. Para obtener más información, consulta nuestras directrices y consejos aquí.
the travelers will get a chance to mix with locals and learn and share the values of locals, they will get a chance to pass on their personal knowledge and skills to locals and the organisation beneficiaries.
They will also get chance to visit these local villages and their environments, and tour the nearby natural scenaries in the area, like visiting the source of Uganda wild life center, Kasenyi Landing site and fish market, sandy local beaches, water falls, visiting local fishing villages, take motorcycle rides around Entebbe town and get a great sense of local life each day.
Volunteers will help in , helping the local women empowerment programs , centre visitations, helping to go to market and get involved in the purchase of much needed supplies for places.
Volunteers with specific skills in child care will assist the organisation in passing on these skills to the care takers of the staff.
And any other activities that the volunteers are interested in, like local sports, nature walks and local community visitations, like fishing villages, slums etc.
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We have shared rooms there volunteers and volunteers, can have access to dinning kitchen areas plus seating lounge
There is WiFi router that provides 24/7 WiFi internet connection for our volunteers in and around the volunteer quarters.
Our organisation is located in one of the major tourist attraction towns of Uganda, Entebbe town is home to Uganda wild life center of which has almost all the wildlife species the entire has in different wild game reserves, active night life, such as night clubs, sports activities such boat cruises, nature walks, camping sites, local fish villages, gate way to the Ssese Islands local craft cultural shopping centers, boat ride on lake Victoria and fishing areas on lake Victoria, gulf course and soccer stadiums. there is murmurous accessibility to transportation, like motorcycle rides, taxis, and special hire vehicles and the easier proximity to Entebbe International airport.
Acceso a Internet
Acceso a Internet limitado
Puede alojar familias
Más de dos
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week