Youth/Community Development Volunteer Project
. You will also conduct lessons for women's empowerment while working with youths in communities on projects that promote personal hygiene, health education, environmental awareness, sporting and recreational activities.
Volunteers willing to do some physical work will assist in the construction work for a local school, help in renovation and painting. If you are a computer literate or an IT expert and wish to put your experience into good use, you will assist the local community to capitalize on technologies by teaching computer and multimedia skills and data processing. You will also facilitate a training workshop to help promote ideas on development activities by using the computer.
Volunteers with education and experience in agriculture can also work with small-scale farmers and families to increase food security, production and adapt to climate change while promoting environmental conservation practices.
Volunteer must have experience in social work, counseling, or community development; along with significant volunteer experience in education, youth development, Informational Technology (ICT), healthcare services, agriculture economics or agric and business. Good in English language, flexible and adaptable. Able to adjust to living conditions in a cross-cultural environment. Have good interpersonal and communication skills.
What is included in program fee?
Airport pick-up, Pre-Departure Information, Accommodation (home-stay), two (2) meals daily, Orientation, 24 hrs Assistance and support from Staff, Certification of completion and Project donation.
What is not included?
Visa costs, Airfare, Travel and Medical Insurance, Vaccinations, Airport drop-off after project completion (Can be arranged at an extra cost), Transportation to and from project site and Personal spending money.
“ Volunteering in Uganda with PCCS was a magical experience words cannot describe. I loved every bit of my two weeks in Uganda, right from being picked up from the airport, my orientation and spending my days teaching at the local school. Alyson W - USA ”