We are looking for women volunteers to provide health education, maternal and child nutrition to our rural women groups and make life-long friends.
YOU ARE ABOUT TO DISCOVER A NEW
CULTURE, ACCOMPLISH SOMETHING UNFORGETTABLE, AND EXPLORE THE BEST OF RURAL
We are excited to get your placement under way where you will explore the beauty of Uganda and experience local culture.
Our volunteer programs are based in Ntoroko and Kabarole districts. In these areas, 98% of its population lives in rural areas, and subsistence agriculture is the major activity. The poverty experienced in this area is not just a lack of money but also the inability to access basic needs, such as health care and health facilities, voluntary HIV counseling and testing, as well as basic affordable education for the children.
Our programs allow you to take part in meaningful community service work, while discovering the people, sights, smells and tastes of rural Uganda. Volunteering in Uganda is a way to totally immerse yourself in Ugandan culture. This is a great opportunity to make life-long friends, learn a new culture from the inside out and discover that one person really can make a difference.
Volunteering opportunities are available in rural village of Uganda.
Have the opportunity to provide education for AIDS orphans, help families to gain economic independence and help to educate the community about health/environment/tourism/cultural issues.
Have the 24/7 support from a non profit organisation since 2007 that will provide you with an affordable and rewarding placement.
Be a part of progressive non profit organisation that has helped women and children in need.
Make a long-term impact in your community of choice - it's not just a vacation.
Volunteers will have an opportunity for a game drive at semliki national park, during the drive you may see animals like Elephant, Bush pig, Water Chevrotain, Buffalo, Sitatunga, Dwarf Antelope among others, get to visit the sempaya hot springs too.
You can also go for chimpanzee tracking. During trekking you may spot other primates like the Grey-cheeked Mangabey, Vervet, Red-tailed and Mona, Gentle Monkeys, Olive Baboon and Guereza Colobus, De Brazza’s Monkeys, you may also spot birds like the Spot-breasted Ibis, Hartlaubs’s Duck, African Piculet, Gabon Woodpecker, Red-sided Broadbill, White-throated Blue Swallow, Green-tailed Bristlebill, Sassi’s Olive, Xavier’s, Swamp, Simple and Eastern Bearded Greenbuls, Yellow-throated Nicator, Capuchin Babbler, Northern Bearded Scrub Robin, Forest and Grey Ground Thrushes, Lemon-bellied Crombec, Brown-crowned Eremomela, Blue-headed Crested Flycatcher, and the Ituri Batis and noctunals including the African Goshawk, Red-thighed and Great Sparrows, Ayres Hawk-Eagle and Cassin’s Spinetail among others. Add cultural visits to the local communities and crater lakes tour with stunning views of beautiful sceneries. Go shopping as well.
Each room is equipped with mattresses, pillows, bedding, all day hot water is available on request, double bed, external toilet, and mosquito net and a fantastic private relaxing area in front of the hostel. The facilities are not ensuite but clean and well maintained
Local dishes are provided but continental dishes can be provided upon request from our community chef