Volunteer with The National Organisation for People Living with Hepatitis B

The National Organisation for People Living with Hepatitis B

Kampala, Uganda, Africa
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We are a patient driven organisation working to eliminate Hepatitis B in Uganda


Volunteering Activities

Administration
Childcare
Fundraising
Healthcare
Human Rights Work
Social Work
Web Work

What We Need

Fundraising and proposal formulation and writing


When & Who

January 2018
2 Years
Individuals, Groups
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Contact Person

2149 Kaboyo Estates, Kulambiro Hill, Kisaasi Nakawa Division, Kampala, Uganda.

Other Ways to Help

Create/Update our Website
Research
Fundraising

We need volunteers with skills in fundraising, proposal writing and program formulation

computers, field van, photocopying machine, heavy duty printer, phones for data collection


Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

NOPLHB is registered in Uganda as an NGO as a pioneer non-public actor in Hepatitis response in Uganda. It is growing into a household name in the Hepatitis response in Uganda. It provides the most comprehensive Hepatitis services and advocate for the rights of patients, improvement of the diagnostic and clinical services for patients and creating awareness about the disease. A member of World Hepatitis Alliance, International Alliance of Patient’s Organizations (IAPO), associate member of Coalition to Eradicate Viral Hepatitis in Asia Pacific (CEVHAP), NOPLHB is also associated with local alliances like Uganda Alliance of Patients’ Organizations. Since inception in 2011, NOPLHB is growing into a household name in the Hepatitis response in the country. It stands out to be the first and largest Non Governmental Organization providing the most comprehensive Hepatitis knowledge on prevention, care and support services. NOPLHB also advocates for the rights of Hepatitis patients, improvement of the diagnostic and clinical services for patients and creates awareness about the disease

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