- CADIP - Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects
- Community Upliftment Project in War-Affected Luwero District
Community Upliftment Project in War-Affected Luwero District
Volunteer in Uganda and participate in projects that benefit communities in Luwero District. These local communities are still in the process recovering from the Ugandan Bush War. You will assist with local organizations in their efforts to promote social protection and improve livelihood. The placement is ideal for individuals who are interested in sustainable agriculture, food access and nutrition education.
1. Help organize an outreach program that benefits war-affected communities.
2. Contribute to the local governments programmes in agriculture and education.
3. Teach children, encourage skills development, and provide counseling, guidance, and childcare.
4. Visit local farms and provide education in agriculture.
5. Promote education and raise environmental awareness.
- Community Development
- Economic Development
2-4 Weeks, 1-2 Weeks
This Program is open to
Cost in USD
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