Beacon of Hope Uganda

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Beacon of Hope Uganda’s volunteer in Uganda program is an immersion program customized for individual travelers, students, professionals, families, groups, or anyone with the desire to serve in rural villages in Uganda. The time you spend volunteering, your destination, and the projects in which you will be involved are all geared to your skills and interests, and the community’s needs.
Beacon of Hope Uganda reaches out to the rural villages with a team of volunteers for 2-5 days a week to organize health workshops. Beacon of Hope Uganda aims to fight diseases by educating the communities in and around Mukono district about awareness and prevention. Drawing from the education seminars and resources from the Uganda Ministry of Health training programs, this objective is achieved through the exchange of knowledge in seminars, working together in organized camps, and Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) programs. Topics discussed in the seminars range from Malaria control, family planning, to HIV/AIDS and Epilepsy.
Knowledgeable volunteers as well as those certified to carry out medical tasks  are in great demand. Help assist doctors with several health-related activities.  Opportunities are available all year around in Uganda.
Interested in helping to combat and help people affected or living with HIV/AIDS?  Help create hope among the sick in Uganda and bring back confidence and purpose to their life assuring  them that they can still live productive lives, despite their sickness!


English, background in health, medical is an added advantage!

Cost:$100 a week
Length:2-12 weeks
Faith based:No

Contact information

ContactIsaac Ssamba
AddressP.O Box 423, , Alabama, 0, Uganda