Resilient Women

Entebbe, Uganda, Africa
We are a non profit organization working to create lasting solutions to poverty & unemployment in the lives of less fortunate young women in Uganda through our women empowerment programs.

Volunteering Activities

Faith and Wellness
Human Rights Work
Social Work
Web Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

Our organization benefits greatly from volunteer work and services in the areas listed below;
-Beginner English Lessons
-Small Business Management & Start up classes
-Counseling & Social worker services for the women at our shelter home
-Construction work at our farm project
-Organizational Management support
-HIV AIDS awareness education, counseling, testing and hospital referrals


When & Who

We operate & therefore need volunteers all year round.....whenever we can get them.
Yes, we require a minimum of 7 Days
Individuals, Groups, Retirees

What we Provide

Types: Homestay, Volunteer House
Types: Variety
Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
Laundry Service

Our Fees

$15 daily
$50 One-time

The $50 one-time fee caters to registration, administration costs, security fee, reservation fee, a donation to the women's shelter program and round the clock social support during a volunteer's stay with us.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pretrip Assistance
Pick Up/Drop Off
Social Activities

Tours are recommended and info about tour companies at no additional fee.

Contact Person

Hope Lydia Ndagire
P. O. Box 83, Kisubi. Uganda., Entebbe, Uganda.

Other Ways to support us

Traditional dancing classes / Dance & Drama cultural experience Or a Traditional cooking class experience...

Traditional dance classes have alot of cultural information embedded in them and the volunteers can enjoy the lessons as they learn folklore stories and our country's history through dance.

The traditional cooking class also covers local cuisine for the better half of the day where a volunteer or guest can choose one meal, or we choose for him or her, that is taught to her in a traditional home setting.


Women's clothes & basic needs like sanitary towels or menstrual cups, Scholastic materials, Dental hygiene supplies, Sewing machines, Hair dryers for hairdressing classes, Reading books (English), Immune boosting medicines, food supplements, rapid HIV testing kits, and occasional second hand laptops.

Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people


Resilient Women's Organization, was registered in 2016 as CHEL Child Mothers Development Organization, a Community Based Organization with the major goal to reaching out to vulnerable young women and help them on the journey to self sustainability and social, economic empowerment.

With the unemployment rates at 80% of the country, mainly women, it's very hard to break through the poverty cycle.... Our organization is especially in place to reach out to struggling and displaced young women and go ahead to give them hope, stability and the tools they need to journey towards social economic empowerment.


Resilient Women's Organization envisions a society where women, teen mothers, their children and other vulnerable people in our communities are healthy and living up to their full potential.


To create lasting solutions for unemployment and poverty in the lives of teen mothers, their children, persons with disabilities and other vulnerable people in society through female education and empowerment programs.
We do not work with orphanages but our work revolves around young women, even those with children and how to help them face the world on their own.
We also have no work with children's homes.
Our major goal is to work with young women and help them on their journey towards independent economic and social empowerment so that they can achieve financial self sustainability.

We do not work with orphanages.
The children associated with our programs have families, with which we do family reconciliation and economic empowerment.
We encourage young women especially teen mothers to take full responsibility of their lives, their children and to learn to move forward and make better decisions in the future. They solely own the decisions they make. We simply provide a temporary shelter for the the young women in our care, as they work through the hurdles in their lives and in the process, they get to benefit from our women empowerment/ education package.