Stay and play with young children and parents, to offering one-to-one mentoring support to an older young person who needs someone to turn to.
Uganda has an extremely high number of children living in poverty and many of these vulnerable children have lost one or both of their parents as a result of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Volunteers in the Childcare project in Uganda are placed in day care centers, nursery schools and kindergartens to assist local staff in the day to day running of these centers. All of these centers are extremely under resourced and volunteers play a key role in ensuring they operate effectively. Volunteer activities vary across the different centers, however typical tasks include, educational activities and basic teaching of English, Math, Health/Hygiene, Reading and Writing. Other activities include play therapy and games, dancing, singing, arts and crafts, as well as assisting with feeding and daily chores.
Visiting needy children and homes, traveling to different beautiful places for leisure for example mountains, beaches, sports grounds
Breakfast, Lunch, Mineral water and dinner (Both local and international foods)