Une mission bénévole
Une mission bénévole posté par CADIP - Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects
Publié le : 18 janv. 2013
The project was established to help address the plight of vulnerable children and the needs of abandoned and orphaned babies who underwent trauma in their young lives. These children are at many times subjects to HIV/AIDS, drug abuse and opportunities for the inhuman child forced labor as well as victims of sexual abuse during the Kony war in the Northern Region. They lack basic necessities food, clothing, shelter and education which is a vital part of their growth in their families necessitated the establishment of this project to assist the children in the process of reconstruction. The project not only offers basic facilities but also offers love and a sense of belonging to the children where the children are brought up in conditions that allow them to bond together and grow up having someone at hand to nurture and guide them. The target group consists of orphaned and vulnerable children.
The work includes social work in the communities where volunteers will be involved in the general care of the children, working in the local school where you will be involved in promotion of the education growth of the children both through classroom work and also practical work, you will also be involved in the children innovation and creativity activities that will also promote the education growth of the children. Volunteers will be involved in helping in organizational duties and home based work within the communities.
Accommodation: The volunteer will live in a host family within the community and this will provide you with the opportunity to learn more from the local people and also share in their daily way of life.
Location: The project is located in northern region which is about eight hours drive from Kampala city.
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