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HIV/AIDS Prevention Educator RWEYOWA

RWEYOWA

Kampala, Uganda by RWEYOWA
$700/week
1 - 7 weeks

Health Service Prevention

RWEYOWA is in need of volunteers to help with HIV/AIDS education and HIV counseling and testing to reduce the spread of the virus in the community.

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Project Details

RWEYOWA is a grass-root NGO in Uganda working to curb the further spread of HIV and improving the livelihood of those affected by the virus.

RWEYOWA (Rescue Widows, Elderly, Youth and Orphans with AIDS) is a certified community-based NGO founded by committed volunteers in 2003 and registered in 2009, Reg. No. S.5914/8248. The RWEYOWA objectives and interventions are centered on HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support. We operate under the principals on non discrimination, partnership, practical involvement of beneficiaries, and non political operating environment.

The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organisation
Foundation Year
2003
Contact Person
Ronald Kasamba
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

With support of our partners, friends and volunteers, RWEYOWA has registered the following remarkable achievements among others;
- 168 families have been empowered with livestock and tools to attain economic independence
- Over 36,800 people have accessed free HIV testing through RWEYOWA community HIV counseling and testing clinics
- Over 106,300 in-school young people have been sensitized about HIV/AIDS
- 102 Orphans have been sponsored to access formal education

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals