Great Lakes Peace Center

Kasese, Uganda, Africa
We are a youth lead organization supporting peace building efforts through youth empowerment and capacity development in all aspects of life such as health, education, vocation skills, environment education and employment creation.

Volunteering Activities

Disaster Relief
Human Rights Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

To fund raise and enable the organization acquire external grants, build capacity of our community youth groups and women, educate/ teach and create curriculum for our vocational education, support outreaches and other volunteer programs in the communities


When & Who

Any time of the year.
Yes, we require a minimum of 2 Weeks
The maximum stay for a volunteer is one year.
Family with Kids, Groups, Retirees, Disabled

What we Provide

Types: Homestay

Being offered your own room on a house of one of the secretariat members of the organization.

Types: Vegetarian

Breakfast and tea/ coffee

Wifi & Satellite
First Aid
Local SIM Card

Our Fees

$5 daily
$500 One-time

The one time fee is meant to support the organization to scale up its activities, improve on welfare of volunteers and ensure other administrative concerns are fixed. Volunteer transportation to and from the field is also covered in the same fee. Office internet, security and utilities are other expenses that this fee can cover after dealing with projects and activities.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Social Activities

Contact Person

Faruku Kibaba
P.O Box 54 Kasese, Off Mbarara road and next to the SDA Church, Kasese, Uganda.

Other Ways to support us

Learning some languages like Kiswahili, learning hoe to weave local baskets and similar stuff and raining in social enterprises for rural communities.


Computers, printers, online storage systems, camera,

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Office management for proper work execution, field works with communities especially youth groups and women in training and capacity development, carrying out one of activities like delivering community supplies, participating in meeting for stakeholders and others, distributing renewable energy units for households,conducting surveys and mappings on specific issues as and when information is required and supporting in the needs assessment of the community to best understand how to support them.


Uganda has a flexible visa system and more to that the costs of living are very affordable in our local community that provide our volunteers with fresh food and water. We have affordable accommodation all around plus good security.

For our school related activities we do not work in May, August and December- January. The rest of the month are fine for education and other school related volunteers.