Volunteers 2 Uganda

Organization Type: Other Nonprofit
Address: Mutungo Kitiko P.o.box 35944, Bear Canyon, Alberta 0256
Contact: Kibalama David
Phone: +256754855769
Website: http://www.volunteerstouganda.com/

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Volunteers 2 Uganda is a Registered Company and Non Government Organisation in Uganda that offers both Educational Tourism activities and Volunteer programs in Uganda.

With over 10 years of experience, We have handled over 5000 volunteers and placed them in meaning full volunteer projects which include Child Care, Teaching, Special Needs, Sports education, Women Empowerment and HIV / AIDS Support.

Volunteers Programs run All years round  between 1 week to 24 Weeks. 

What we can offer you

Airport pick up,
Orientation,
Program supervision,
Accommodation
Volunteer Recommendation Letter and Certification after your volunteer period,
In-country 24/7 support
In-country administration costs.

 

 


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Volunteers 2 Uganda’s Volunteer Opportunities

Various Volunteer programs in Uganda, East Africa

Organization: Volunteers 2 Uganda
Category: Other Positions
Description: Uganda has an extremely high number of children living in poverty and many of these children have lost one or both of their parents as a result of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The purpose of the …Read More

Special Needs Care Volunteer projects abroad in Uganda East Africa from as low as $200

Organization: Volunteers 2 Uganda
Category: Children & Youth
Description: Special Needs Care The aim of this project is to help increase access to care and education for people living with special needs in Uganda. As a volunteer on this project, you will be …Read More

Teaching Volunteer Opportunity in Uganda East Africa

Organization: Volunteers 2 Uganda
Category: Children & Youth
Description: Teaching The aim of this project is to contribute to the development of under-resourced schools and increase opportunities for Ugandan students from disadvantaged backgrounds to receive a …Read More
You nourish your soul by fulfilling your destiny, by developing the potential that the soul represents. When you fulfill your soul’s destiny, you will feel “right.” Conversely, when you ignore your soul’s destiny, when you get caught up in your own self-interests and forget to care for others, you will not feel “right.” Instead, you will feel empty and unfulfilled. During these times, you are neglecting your soul–you are depriving it of nourishment. When I talk to people who feel this emptiness and lack of fulfillment, I recommend they find a source of balance in their lives. I suggest they find a way to “give back” to the world in order to feel a sense of completeness.

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Mutungo Kitiko P.o.box 35944, Bear Canyon, Alberta 0256

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