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Volunteering in Uganda

17
Apr
2014
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Volunteer with Mwendo needy children and Orphans project Uganda which is a Uganda based Organization however Mwendo Needy children and orphans project Uganda welcomes every individual from around the world to volunteer with us,Volunteerring in Uganda could be done in different ways including travel and volunteer where tourists could be traveling but at the same time engage in volunteering activities in Uganda such as the Mwendo Needy children and Orphans projects in Uganda, some volunteers from around the world prefer to volunteer in short time and long term programs for stance one week one day,2 weeks,3 weeks, one month and year depending on what they have got, University students from around the world are encouraged to do their volunteering in Uganda in different ways Mwendo Needy children and Orphans Projects in Uganda that gives you a very unique experience but also where you learn a diversity of Ugandan culture which includes the way of living, the way of dressing, different marriages including traditional marriages and Modern Marriage.
While volunteering in Uganda with Mwendo needy children and Orphans project Uganda, You have very high chances to do adventurous activities during weekends and after your volunteering work periods, You could go on safari in Uganda including

Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi impenetrable forest in Uganda but you could also visit other national parks in Uganda for example queen Elizabeth national national park which is found in South western Uganda know for tree climbing lions which could be done through volunteering in Uganda with Mwendo needy children and Orphans project in Uganda.
Individuals who show their interests for Volunteering in Uganda have never been limited in any way whether by age,sex,religion and background In fact all ages,sex,religious affiliations and individual backgrounds whether poor or rich have the right to do volunteering in Uganda based on the ground with our projects have no segregations! Where each volunteer shown interest in our projects are treated the same.

Very many volunteers ask themselves how to get to the projects but Mwendo Needy children and Orphans project staff are always ready to pick you from every Airport of your choice whether in Uganda or Rwanda, In Uganda, volunteers are picked at Entebbe international Airport but Rwanda international Airport called Konombe however Mwendo Needy children and Orphans project in Uganda does not meet for any airfares of any volunteers coming to carry out volunteer work in Uganda, Volunteers are encouraged to pay for their own airfares when they are traveling to Uganda but Mwendo Needy children and Orphans projects Uganda will only charge volunteering fees that are payable to the Organizations account, this money intends to help you for your food and accommodations that you could stay in.

But what could you do with Mwendo Needy children and Orphans project in Uganda when volunteering; every volunteer has got a skill, You could come and teach children in different schools that Mwendo Needy children and Orphans Projects Uganda supports as we support different primary schools which are both government and private schools Uganda being an open economy, you could build if funds are available, you could cook for the children if food to cook is available, you could teach children how to use computers if the computers are available, you could teach sports to the children and therefore a lot skills are needed while you thinking of Volunteering in Uganda, Begin your journey to Uganda, bring your expertise for Physical and finically support to communities that need your help.

Volunteering in Uganda does not mean within Uganda only but also back home, this means that you could hold different events before and after your volunteer work in Uganda to support our work in Uganda, You could help in raising funds for our great projects, funds raised by Volunteers go towards constructions of classrooms and hostels for the children, purchasing of school items to use in classrooms, school uniforms and food for the children.

1 Comment

  1. Nargess December 15, 2014 at 8:37 am  /  Comment Reply

    Hello!Just got into this site and I realize it is a ralley, ralley good work. I am a journalist working with the Daily Monitor in Teso. I have been to Bududa before but didn’t get to know such a wonderful CBO like Hands for Action exists.A lot more organizations such as this exit out there but for many years have been left out in the cold by the main stream media in Uganda. You and many others are doing a very good job that needs to be brought into light for others too to see. It is for this that I am developing a forum for Citizen Journalism where communities in Uganda can interact and have their voices heard. By end of March, 2012 the website will be running. It is meant to a not for profit media enterprise targeting rural interventions. Advocacy for effective change is our key objective and would like you to join us. We shall be very grateful.for your partnership with us and look forward to further communication.ThanksRichard