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Volunteer in Uganda

Be part of the volunteer programme

You can be part of our Voluntarily projects which are scheduled each year on different Month basis. These are done in 3 Months (June, April, February) you can choose 1 of these months, to come to Uganda and Volunteer with Help Others Smile Organization along side Entebbe safaris Uganda, there is something new the community can learn from you when you volunteer.

 

On top of our Volunteer programs, we have a FREE 3 day Trip to Murchison Falls National Park. Once you volunteer with us, you are entitled to this Trip (fully catered for by us) Let us spread a smile to someone who is in most need of our help.

This project takes us to the Ends of Kitgum

This Programme starts 17th February-24th February of each year

 

Programme

Day 1 17th February: Arrival and brief induction

Day 2 18th February: Start volunteering at Sanyu babies home

Day 3 19th February: Volunteer at Sanyu babies home

Day 4 20th February:Drive to Kitgum

Day 5 21st February: Volunteer at Irene Gleeson Foundation

Day 6 22nd February: More volunteering at the place

Day 7 23rd February: Volunteering at Irene Gleeson Foundation and the neighboring community

Day 8 24th February: Drive back to Kampala

Day 9-11 (25th-27th February): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park

 

Detailed itinerary

 

Day 1 17th February: Arrival and brief induction

On arrival, you will be welcomed and briefed about Uganda and volunteering in Uganda then settle in your Hostels, Camps for personal cooking (Literally you are home, you prepare your own meals from Breakfast, lunch to Dinner). You can decide to carry packed lunch or buy lunch from a local restaurant near your volunteer area.

 

Day 2 18th February: Start volunteering at Sanyu babies home

On this day we shall go to our volunteer are and start carrying out our passionate activities by lending a hand. We shall help as the programme by the area.

 
About
Sanyu Babies’ Home – the “Home of joy” is located on Namirembe Hill, just below St. Paul’s Cathedral, overlooking Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.
 
Company Overview

 

Welcome to Sanyu Babies’ Home, the oldest babies’ home in Uganda!
Sanyu Babies’ Home is located on Namirembe Hill, just below St. Paul’s Cathedral, overlooking Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.
Sanyu Babies’ Home cares for up to 50 babies and toddlers aged between 1 day old and 4 years old.
Sanyu Babies’ Home is one of the oldest and the few Non-Governmental Organizations striving to save the destiny of such innocent souls. The Home is fully registered and administered by a Board of Governors as a voluntary organization linked to Namirembe Diocese.

 

Day 3 19th February: volunteering at Sanyu babies home

 

Day 4 20th February:Drive to Kitgum

We shall drive to Kitgum and settle in our place of stay because this will be a long journey for us.

 

Day 5 21st February: Volunteer at Irene Gleeson Foundation

Volunteering starts at Irene Gleeson Foundation

 
About Irene Gleeson Foundation
Developing a resilient and productive community in Northern Uganda in which children’s rights are observed. Following Jesus in:Compassion: We are motivated by Love Integrity: We do what we say we will do.Diligence: We use every resource responsibly and with care.And we work as a team to serve the children and communities in Northern Uganda.
 
Mission
Changing a Child’s World, through the provision of education, nutrition, medical care, safe water, counseling and spiritual guidance.

 

Day 6 22nd February: More volunteering at the place

 

Day 7 23rd February: Volunteering at Irene Gleeson Foundation and the neighboring community

 

Day 8 24th February: Drive back to Kampala

 

Day 9-11 (25th-27th February): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park

This project takes us to the Ends of Mbarara

This Programme starts 10th April-17th April of each year

 

Programme

Day 1 10th April: Arrival and brief induction

Day 2 11th April: Start volunteering at Nsambya babies home

Day 3 12th April: Volunteer at Nsambya babies home

Day 4 13th April: Drive to Mbarara

Day 5 14th April: Volunteer at Bright Future Transitional home

Day 6 15th April: More volunteering at the place

Day 7 16th April: Volunteering at Bright Future Transitional Home and the neighboring community

Day 8 17th April: Drive back to Kampala

Day 9-11 (18-20th April): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park.

 

Detailed itinerary

 

Day 1 10th April: Arrival and brief induction

On arrival, you will be welcomed and briefed about Uganda and volunteering in Uganda then settle in your Hostels, Camps for personal cooking (Literally you are home, you prepare your own meals from Breakfast, lunch to Dinner). You can decide to carry packed lunch or buy lunch from a local restaurant near your volunteer area.

 

Day 2 11th April: Start volunteering at Nsambya babies home

On this day we shall go to our volunteer are and start carrying out our passionate activities by lending a hand. We shall help as the programme by the area.

 

About

Child Welfare and Adoption Society (CWAS), which looks after the vulnerable children is a registered charitable non-government Organization (NGO No. S.5914/504) and has its headquarters at Nsambya Babies Home in one of the suburbs of Kampala. It was established in 1958 by a missionary Priest to coordinate the social works activities in Catholic child care institutions in different areas in Uganda. He started collecting abandoned children in the hospitals and on the streets.

 

Day 3 12th April: volunteering at Nsambya babies home

 

Day 4 13th April:Drive to Mbarara

We shall drive to Mbarara and settle in our place of stay because this will be a long journey for us.

 

Day 5 14th April: Volunteer at Bright Future Transitional home

Volunteering starts at Bright Future Transitional Home

 
About BFTH
Realizing an overwhelming number of children in orphanages and a need for a family resettlement service for abandoned children, BFTH was opened in 2014 to meet this need. We receive vulnerable and at risk children such as orphans, abandoned children and abused children from police and the probation officers. Children are warmly welcomed into our home and given protection and medical care. BFTH then immediately embarks on supporting the grossly under-funded probation office and the police family and protection unit in tracing extended family and distant friends and relatives who are willing to provide care for the children. Over 200 children have come through our doors during our first three years of operation. Our goal is to minimize institutionalization of children, and to protect each child’s right to food, shelter, education, medical care and parentage.

 

Day 6 15th April: More volunteering at the place

 

Day 7 16th April: Volunteering at Bright Future Transitional home and the neighboring community

 

Day 8 17th April: Drive back to Kampala

 

Day 9-11 (18th-20th April): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park

This project takes us to the Ends of Kitgum

This Programme starts 17th June-24th June of each year

 

Programme

Day 1 17th June: Arrival and brief induction

Day 2 18th June: Start volunteering at Sanyu babies home

Day 3 19th June: Volunteer at Sanyu babies home

Day 4 20th June :Drive to Kitgum

Day 5 21st June: Volunteer at Irene Gleeson Foundation

Day 6 22nd June: More volunteering at the place

Day 7 23rd June: Volunteering at Irene Gleeson Foundation and the neighboring community

Day 8 24th June: Drive back to Kampala

Day 9-11 (25th-27th June): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park

 

Detailed itinerary

Day 1 17th June: Arrival and brief induction

On arrival, you will be welcomed and briefed about Uganda and volunteering in Uganda then settle in your Hostels, Camps for personal cooking (Literally you are home, you prepare your own meals from Breakfast, lunch to Dinner). You can decide to carry packed lunch or buy lunch from a local restaurant near your volunteer area.

Day 2 18th June: Start volunteering at Sanyu babies home

On this day we shall go to our volunteer are and start carrying out our passionate activities by lending a hand. We shall help as the programme by the area.

About
Sanyu Babies’ Home – the “Home of joy” is located on Namirembe Hill, just below St. Paul’s Cathedral, overlooking Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.

Company Overview
Welcome to Sanyu Babies’ Home, the oldest babies’ home in Uganda!
Sanyu Babies’ Home is located on Namirembe Hill, just below St. Paul’s Cathedral, overlooking Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.

Sanyu Babies’ Home cares for up to 50 babies and toddlers aged between 1 day old and 4 years old.
Sanyu Babies’ Home is one of the oldest and the few Non-Governmental Organizations striving to save the destiny of such innocent souls. The Home is fully registered and administered by a Board of Governors as a voluntary organization linked to Namirembe Diocese.

 

Day 3 19th June: volunteering at Sanyu babies home

 

Day 4 20th June: Drive to Kitgum

We shall drive to Kitgum and settle in our place of stay because this will be a long journey for us.

 

Day 5 21st June: Volunteer at Irene Gleeson Foundation

Volunteering starts at Irene Gleeson Foundation

About Irene Gleeson Foundation
Developing a resilient and productive community in Northern Uganda in which children’s rights are observed. Following Jesus in Compassion: We are motivated by Love Integrity: We do what we say we will do. Diligence: We use every resource responsibly and with care. And we work as a team to serve the children and communities in Northern Uganda.

Mission
Changing a Child’s World, through the provision of education, nutrition, medical care, safe water, counseling and spiritual guidance.

Day 6 22nd June: More volunteering at the place. 

Day 7 23rd June: Volunteering at Irene Gleeson Foundation and the neighboring community

Day 8 24th June: Drive back to Kampala

Day 9-11 (25th-27th June): 3 day trip to Murchison Falls National park/ Queen Elizabeth National Park

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