EKisande Rural Development Centre Bwera, UG

Bwera, Uganda, Africa
We work to empower rural poor communities through basic primary education, health, skills training and environmental conservation.

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Design
Design a brochure/report 10 - 15 hours
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Social Media Marketing
Setup our Facebook page 5 - 10 hours
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Research
Research & recommend funding options 30 - 40 hours
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Content Writing
Write a funding grant proposal 10 - 15 hours
Web Work
Create a responsive website 40 - 50 hours
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Contact Person

Kiiza Thomas, Director
Bwera Border Highway, Bwera, Uganda.
100% response rate , 39 hour(s) response time.

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Additional Info about Us

10 to 20 people

We have teams in all our projects to work and take care of the volunteer/s

EKisande Rural Development Center (ERUDEC UG) is a social economic empowerment non-profit organization that is fully registered in Uganda. Our activities fall under four themes: hope, health, education, and conserving the environment.

Our mission is to empower the rural communities through hope for a better future, primary health care, quality primary education, vocational skills training, sports for rural youth, income generating activities that will uplift the living standards of rural women and female youth and local community environmental conservation.

We have established and run the following projects:

1. New Covenant Rural Poor Children's Community School. This is a day school for basic primary education with a Christian focus. Children do not stay overnight, they live with their foster families.
2. Mama Sabina Rural Community Health Center . This focuses on rural maternal child health care services.
3. Van Merode College of Applied Science & Technology. This teaches life skills training and empowerment.
4. Mama Sabina Rural Women Development Initiatives. Rural women life improvement.
5. EKisande Amazing Safaris & Tours. Ecotourism and job creation.

However, we are still struggling to have these projects grow and get well-established.