Volunteer in Uganda in 2022
Volunteer in Uganda 2022 with Ssamba Foundation. Programs are available in over 25 program sites in Uganda from 1-24 weeks. These project sites districts are: Mukono, Wakiso, Mbale, Jinja, Kampala, Yumbe and several other areas where Ssamba Foundation run development projects.
Explore Uganda with a Meaningful Volunteer Experience!
Gain valuable real-world experience with a volunteer position at Ssamba Foundation. Choose from our diverse assortment of health, environment and socio-economic projects collaborating with local communities.
Uganda is one of those rare destinations in the world that seems to have the unique combination of natural beauty, intriguing history, and vibrant culture and much of this country still remains wild and uncharted.
For students interested in studying international development and gaining practical experience in the field, Ssamba Foundation has provided numerous internship, research and event coordination opportunities. We have worked with several students who have worked or are currently working in the international development field
Meaningful Travel in 25 program sites in Uganda – Volunteer, Intern and Teach English, orphan care, conservation and healthcare work
If you’re looking for a unique volunteer in Uganda 2022 project, look no further! Ssamba Foundation volunteer programs are the perfect way to meet new people, immerse yourself in new cultures and make a difference abroad.
Be part of it with Ssamba Foundation!
Imagine seeing the world differently…Imagine finding a nonprofit organization which offers a wide range of meaningful volunteer opportunities in 25 program sites in Uganda from the Central Uganda, to the west and north and the eastern part of the country.
Imagine taking your pick from volunteer projects, teaching English and social welfare programs, work experience internships and language/culture immersion programs.
Inquire about our meaningful travel opportunities. – E-mail us: email@example.com
Or Fill your volunteer application form now.
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