Agapewo Ministry Uganda

Jinja, Uganda, Africa
1. Education and Training
2. Housing and Construction
3. Agriculture and Production
4. Health and Livelihoods
5. HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care
6. Legal Advocacy

Volunteering Activities

Agriculture Work
Animal Care
Web Work

What We Need

Organic farming, Environment Conservation and Management, Post Harvest Management, Housing, Children's Education Sponsorship, Vocation/Skills Training, Brick making and Bread making-fluency in English is required.

When & Who

January-March, June-August and November
Volunteers need to come for a minimum of one month.

What we Provide


Our Fees

$5 daily
$50 One-time

There are no volunteer fees.

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Contact Person

Agapewo Ministry Uganda
P.O. Box 5342, Buyala Trading Center, Jinja, Uganda.

Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

We welcome volunteers during rainy seasons during garden work, mid terms and during execution of funded projects. We also welcome those with fundraising techniques and from development partners to help us implement projects.

Agapewo Ministry Uganda is a community based charity ministry founded by a group of concerned citizens. We have a strong desire to empower communities, strengthen capacities of member organizations/ministries in support to their development investments, provision of entrepreneurship skills, promotion of literacy programmes in improving health care diseases and poverty and to advocate for gender equality.In 2006, a program aimed at fighting HIV/AIDS was developed by the members of the ministry to add on the initiatives of the government and other organizations/ministries in the fight against the killer disease. Agapewo Ministry Uganda has put its efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS using a behavioural change methodology amidst merger resources and a lot of success has been achieved.We intend to contribute to the strengthening of mutually supportive partnerships in communities. This will contribute to enabling this vulnerable group safeguard their health and the natural resources on which the livelihoods of their communities depend.