Childline Uganda

Work with vulnerable children and women living with HIV

Mityana, Uganda, Africa
We are a charity organization working with vulnerable children and women living with HIV in Mityana district.

Volunteering Activities

Childcare
Fundraising
Microfinancing
Social Work
Teaching
Web Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

Volunteers will help on women's groups, training women in craft shoe making, training in baking products recipes, training children and youth in sports and music, teaching children in elementary school and general work at the organization.


When & Who

Year round
Yes, we require a minimum of 2 Weeks
Any other additional week from 4 weeks costs $150.
Individuals, Groups, Retirees

What we Provide

Volunteer House

Well furnished house with bathroom and sink inside, water reserves on standby, shared rooms if more than one volunteer.

Variety, Accommodate Dietary Restrictions

Local food, Asian and Mexican food stuff, American food is also provided.

Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
Electricity
First Aid
Laundry Service
Purified Drinking Water

Our Fees

$40
$100

Program fee and administration fees.


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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pretrip Assistance
Pick Up/Drop Off
Orientation
Tours

They're included on a daily cost apart from tours which costs $1200 per trip (usual trip includes viewing Kampala city, Queen Elizabeth national park, Gorillas, and Murchison Falls.


Contact Person

Stephen TOMUSANGE
Kiyudaaya, central division, Mityana District, Mityana, Uganda.

Other Ways to Help

Language classes, traditional cooking with women groups

Volunteers usually learn the basics of the local language and training in cooking like "Oluwombo", "Matooke", and other traditional dishes .

$40

Music instruments, laptops, clothes for children and women, sports wear for youth and children, playing toys for children, any other materials that may seem relevant to children and the organization.


Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Monitoring children households, monitoring and training women groups, attending meetings, writing reports on a monthly basis, any other duties that may be assigned to them.

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Teaching and Childcare volunteers should plan to come in either May -July, September -November or February -April each year. This is the time when children are at school.

The organization is a non-political and non-profitable and since 2009 we have helped over 200 children to access education and 150 women households to improve their health and income standards. The organization has worked with volunteers from different countries like America, Asia, Europe and other countries.

What are you waiting for?

We at Childline Uganda would love to hear from you!