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Volunteer in Uganda

Volunteer in Uganda

Currently opportunities are open in children care, and their communities, through our partner organizations you will be able to confront the HIV/AIDS menace, for years to come, and there is much work to be done. Volunteers will assist our partner organization’s to facilitate processes to help eradicate poverty, reduce HIV infections, and help communities in capacity building programs. Volunteers from all backgrounds are encouraged to volunteer


HIV / Aids Program

Most Ugandan women – living in a context marked by poverty, low status and poor reproductive health conditions - are extremely vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. In a country were polygamy is (still) common practice, where property rights of women are poorly protected, where early marriage is culturally accepted, HIV/AIDS can hardly be effectively addressed as long as the underlying causes of gender inequality and poverty are not sufficiently taken into account. The Total Fertility Rate has remained persistently high, with each woman having on average 7 children during her reproductive age. Village community outreach placements can include youth mentoring, team building, HIV prevention and AIDS care, sanitation and hygiene, and general public health. For volunteers with a medical background, placements can include working with health-based organizations

Why Africa

Africa  is still struggling with human rights, although written and signed on paper, do not exist in all parts of the world. with malnourished children, people without food, contaminated water, expired medicine sold on the streets, child labor, hostile army checkpoints and extreme corruption.People are unable to ask for something better in their life, In the village there is shortage of electricity, as is true for most parts of the country. Diseases like cholera not only existed, but takes people’s lives in the villages and slums. Female genital mutilation in the ‘protected’ context of secret societies is practiced widely. its time to teach younger generation and to give them motivation for change.

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