A typical day for a volunteer

A typical day for a volunteer

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8.00 Latest Rise and shower 8.30 Breakfast 9.00    Setting off to field work/ Office work starts Help with office work, programming, grants and donation research, volunteer search and program awareness and sharing of innovative ideas and carrying out designed program or project. 10.00 Working on field project, teaching, building, planting trees, painting etc. 13.00 Lunch break 14.00 Help with evening children after class project as an Assistant Trainer or make crafts with the children or help them with reading etc or Home Study visit to assess, at a destitute family home, how they can best be supported with a limited budget, community outreaches etc. 16.00 Play games with the children. The boys are soccer mad! The girls love netball, rounders and so on. Discussion with youth at the Centre…
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Music, Dance & Drama Project

Music, Dance & Drama Project

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At Ssamba Foundation, we believe that Dance and Music are an excellent means of communicating and can also be downright fun for the kids! For anyone interested in joining and serve with us under this music, dance and drama project, you don’t need any qualifications to volunteer with this Uganda project, all you need is just lots of enthusiasm. If dance or music is your thing then consider sharing your creative talents teaching dance and music in Uganda. We use dance and music to address social issues and enable children to express their frustrations and confusions – and perhaps help them to understand and learn to cope with unwelcome situations. Dance and Music helps teach children life skills, communication and socializing skills. And it’s fun! This is a great opportunity…
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Sports Development Volunteer Project

Sports Development Volunteer Project

Our Supported Projects, Volunteering Projects
Ssamba Foundation’s Sports development volunteer project collaborates with local communities to promote healthy lifestyles amongst local children and youth through teaching basic skills and tactics of football (soccer), volleyball, swimming and other sports. Given the lack of adequate recreational opportunities available to kids in the villages, our programs seek to provide at-risk children and youth with a safe environment where they can practice these activities in order to make productive use of free time.   In addition, we emphasize important core values like mutual respect, trust, fair-play and self-esteem as well as sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership. Volunteers contributing to this sports development volunteer project will plan and lead practices of understanding the activity. Sports and recreation activities are valued as social connectors and powerful development tools to counter a lack…
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