All the volunteers will be located according to the their application form
Agency: YOUTH AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION | date posted: Jul 29, 2011 | date to expire: Dec 31, 2016 |
EXPERIENCE: éé has it. You want an African experience, from wherever you are in the world to Africa with projects from helping Kids in Uganda to teaching Massai in Tanzania.
CULTURES: You want to emersed into a completely different life, with Africa's most unique tribe the Massai, a culture that reminds you of who you are and where in the world you belong .
LEARN: You want a project that speaks your personality; an experience to add something into your CV or college credit.
EXPLORE: You want to get into a real African safari, an opportunity that takes you to explore the BIG 5 and ultimate primates.If you are looking to go with the organisation that really connects and cares about the local communities, the people, cultures and environment. Then you've come to the right choice!
Agency: Ethical Encounters - Volunteers Holidays! | date posted: Apr 1, 2013 | date to expire: Jul 23, 2016 |
- Volunteer to teach in rural schools - Volunteer to build community projects - Volunteer with orphaned kids
Agency: Ethical Encounters - Volunteers Holidays! | date posted: Apr 23, 2013 | date to expire: Mar 30, 2018 |
Teaching, medical services, ICT ,orphanage homes, assist families, sports activities culture and arts, music, health campaigns and public education
Agency: Friendship Ambassadors Foundation Ghana | date posted: Nov 4, 2013 | date to expire: Dec 24, 2014 |
Volunteer can participate in childcare, teaching, wildlife and conservation, community development, work an elephant camp and much more.
Agency: Volunteering Solutions | date posted: Mar 18, 2014 | date to expire: Oct 31, 2015 |
Marketing through Subject-Specific Sources
Includes sending listings and announcements of workshops to organizations and groups like the Early Childhood Council of Boulder County, the Boulder County Arts Alliance, various Permaculture Online Sources, and more on a monthly basis.
Includes blasts of workshops (or photos, resources, articles) to Facebook, Twitter, Craigslist, and Daily Camera Events, as well as Meetup.com-Greater Denver Urban Homesteaders group.
Includes marketing pushes for summer camp and homeschool program--getting ads into publications on time, contacting schools to get flyers i nto the hands of parents, etc. This only happens at certain times during the year.
Includes peppering Boulder, Denver and all surrounding areas with flyers and postcards with some regularity. May include visits to specific sites (ex: Parenting Place, schools for summer camp promotion).
Workshop Description Writing and Image Sourcing
Includes writing workshop descriptions for instructors who aren't inclined towards writing, editing existing descriptions, adding content, finding photos where they don't exist and requesting permission for use. This may involve actual event creation within Event Espresso on our website.
Information Packet Creation
Includes dialoguing/emailing with instructors in advance of their workshops to secure information packets to hand out to participants. May involve some amount of writing, editing or research for additional content, creation of cover page and communicating with our printer.
Agency: The Living Arts School | date posted: Jul 8, 2014 | date to expire: Jul 7, 2015 |
Registration Management and Assistance
Includes assisting participants who are having difficulty registering online, or having difficulty with Paypal—following up with folks who have registered but not paid, handling cancellations and refunds, workshop swaps and other registration related details. Involves sending out email reminders to participants 3-5 days prior to workshops with specific directions to the site and any reminders specific to the workshop.
Paperwork Organization and Collection
Includes collecting paperwork for workshops and children's programs, filing, requesting missing paperwork and fulfilling licensing requirements.
Agency: The Living Arts School | date posted: Jul 8, 2014 | date to expire: Jul 7, 2015 |
If you would like to spend time volunteering in Uganda we have opportunities for building, community outreaches on HIV/AIDS Awareness, organizing games and sports, working with women in crafts projects and teaching primary and high schools in English and Geography and other social subjects.
The beneficiaries of our projects will welcome you into their community with open arms. You will be made to feel at home and you will taste all the different cultural foods, see their dancing and have the opportunity to join in.The children always enjoy having visitors and will be very friendly towards you. They can take you for walks to see the monkeys and you can learn about the various local medicinal plants.
Uganda has plenty for you to be doing and seeing during your time off, from white water rafting to on foot safaris.If you are interested in volunteering with us please write to us email@example.com
We shall be very happy to talk to you as soon as possible!
Beacon of Hope Uganda volunteers enjoy an extremely unique experience not only in the work they do but also in the atmosphere they live in. The hard work volunteers put in during the week undoubtedly warrants some fun and relaxation during evening free time and on the weekends. During the week we organize a variety of activities for volunteers in the evenings. We often play football (soccer), cards and board games or chill out around the bar or go out for a dance getting to know fellow volunteers from around the world. Musical ballads are known to break out from time to time as well as the always entertaining pub-quiz nights.
Volunteers work Monday through Friday. Every weekday morning, breakfast is served from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM, and at 9:00 AM on Saturday. The workday generally finishes around 4pm and dinner is served at our headquarters from 7pm-9pm.
Children and Youth Development
Through our Youth Development projects, we aim to enhance the physical, social and emotional development of children in Uganda. Volunteers can get involved at a local daycare center, participate in the skills and youth leadership training or participate in our Sports Program and Music, dance and drama.
Kasaala Child Care Center (The Hope Centre)
The Center provides at-risk children a safe environment in which they participate in any number of extra-curricular activities. These activities are designed to provide kids from 3 to 10 years old with creative outlets and opportunities to make constructive use of their time. The center is managed by a local teacher with the support and involvement of volunteers from Beacon of Hope Uganda. Volunteers help children to practice reading, writing, arithmetic, and English while making time for various games and recreational activities. Beacon of Hope Uganda also helps coordinate important educational workshops in areas lacking emphasis in general school curricula such as recycling, nutrition, hygiene, and self-esteem. This is a fun project for anyone who loves working with children. The kids are very enthusiastic and always keen to learn, play, and interact with volunteers.
MDD, Sports & Recreation
Beacon of Hope Uganda MDD, Sports & Recreation Program collaborates with local communities to promote healthy lifestyles amongst local children/youth through teaching basic skills and tactics of football (soccer) and volleyball, teaching music, dance moves and drama. Given the lack of adequate recreational opportunities available to kids in the villages, our programs seek to provide at-risk children and youth with a safe environment where they can practice these activities in order to make productive use of free time. In addition, we emphasize important core values like mutual respect, trust, fair-play and self-esteem as well as sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership. Volunteers contributing to this program will plan and lead practices of understanding the activity.
Education is the key to a child’s success in Uganda. The Beacon of Hope Uganda Education Program focuses on English language classes, international cultural exchanges and educational murals. These initiatives are aimed at a wide range of audiences, from school children to local villagers.
Education is a priority, it is one of the most important tools Beacon of Hope Uganda can give the children in order to break the cycle of poverty affecting their lives and to help them become independent adults. Some children excel at academics and strive to earn scholarships to attend university. Others receive vocational training in one of many hands on professions like ceramics, carpentry, hairdressing, tourism, computer sciences, electronics, child care, and husbandry.
The murals we paint are directed towards local schools to help raise awareness on key issues such as personal hygiene, recycling and environmental preservation. Improved knowledge of English provides locals with a crucial skill in seeking further education and can unlock new job opportunities.
Volunteers at the home Volunteers at the home English Classes
The community has shown great interest in learning English from our international volunteers, most of whom speak English as a first or second language.
We teach English to a wide variety of ages, ability levels, and professional orientations. Yet one of the most unique aspects of our Saturday/Weekly Evening classes is the incorporation of a cultural exchange element, which allows locals to learn about the diverse cultural backgrounds and customs of our volunteers while enriching volunteers’ own understanding of the local culture.
We are always looking for people with TEFL certification qualifications or previous teaching experience to manage our English programs by coordinating with local counterparts regarding new and existing courses, preparing appropriate lesson plans, teaching classes, and training other volunteers who are interested in supporting this initiative.
We are helping to make schools brighter, more interesting and more colorful places for kids to study by painting murals that engage students in important themes concerning general youth development and healthy lifestyles. Depending on the needs and desires of the schools, themes range from recycling and proper hand-washing techniques to promoting school spirit. These projects are a fun way for volunteers to engage the community and leave behind an image that has a lasting impact.
Community Development Initiatives
Volunteers wishing to get involved in one of our Community Development Initiatives (CDI) will work as part of a team dedicated to a particular project pertaining to one of our three main program areas: Education, Youth Development, and Environmental Conservation. These volunteers have the chance to interact directly with the community by preparing and coordinating workshops and activities with local counterpart organizations, community groups, government agencies, and NGOs whose goals are closely related to those of BoHU. They are also actively involved in the execution of educational training workshops and project monitoring and evaluation. BoHU’s Community Development Initiatives provide volunteers the unique opportunity to continuously improve program parameters and best practices. Our programs are constantly enriched by the participation and insight of volunteers with a wide range of experience and educational backgrounds.
Volunteers who indicate their desire to work in construction enjoy a wide variety of projects to choose from every week. This is the most flexible branch of BoHU operations, as volunteers may choose to work on different projects every week or, alternatively, work on various stages of one project through to completion (assuming they are able to stay throughout the duration of the project).
Although certain projects often present unique needs and challenges, there are several core areas (and corresponding activities) you will likely find yourself contributing to at some point during your service as a BoHU Construction Volunteer: Site Preparation (demolition, digging foundations, clearing rubble, etc.), Building (Mixing and pouring concrete, bricklaying, carpentry, plumbing, etc.), or Community Beautification (planting trees, landscaping, community cleanups, painting murals, etc.). Whatever your interest, rest assured you’ll get your hands dirty from the start!
BoHU’s Environmental Conservation Program aims to develop initiatives that support locals in the improvement of their neighborhoods as well as providing them with basic sanitation. We are currently engaged in fruit tree planting initiatives at schools and homes that give volunteers the opportunity to contribute to environmentally friendly projects that are made sustainable through education and inclusion.
If you are interested to volunteer with us- write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Visit our website: http://www.beaconofhopeug.org
Agency: Beacon of Hope Uganda | date posted: Sep 9, 2014 | date to expire: May 31, 2015 |