Our project partner is a non-profit organization founded in 2005 in Kenya with the aim to give shelter to children whose parents died from HIV/Aids. Orphans suffer stigma, stress and trauma in addition to the loss of parental love, care and protection and more often they are disinherited. In this supportive environment for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS.
Our Project Partner was founded in October 2009 with the goal of spearheading community-driven development initiatives to empower needy people in the local villages in the Emuhaya district of Vihiga County Western Kenya. Their Vision is to improve quality livelihood for orphans, street children and a healthy, empowered and self-sustainable community.
The Soccer for Change Project is a soccer project initiated in 2013 to use soccer as a means of transforming lives of kids and youth in and around Gomoa District. The reason why this project was set up is that some Ghanaian kids and youth after school hours lured into bad peer groups and these youth are engaged in a lot social vices like drug addiction, stealing etc.
This annual project aims to empower capacities of population for rural areas in the fields of Information Technology, Health, Languages and Culture, Entrepreneurship, Social Responsibility. The Foundation welcomes volunteers with experience in IT/computer science, culture or language, etc.. The participation of volunteers from July to August (8 weeks) will help us train about 150 people each year.
The aim of the non-profit organization is to improve the livelihoods of rural communities by generating economic, agricultural, educational and cultural empowerment, and by promoting health and gender equality. As some targets could not be met due to limited financial resources, the organisation now relies on the pro bono volunteers to impart knowledge and skills in social media and on-line fundraising.
The NGO runs a technical college of 100 students, aged 17-28 based in a village in Tororo district, Eastern Uganda. The school is 4 hours drive away from Kampala. The role will need the volunteer to spent 3 weeks at the school and 1 week at the head office in Kampala. The NGO is committed to providing young adults the opportunity to education.
Our Project Partner is a registered NGO in Tanzania since 2008 with the aim of helping the majority poor Tanzanians to ameliorate their living standards through agriculture and animal keeping. The Organization runs different programs such as teaching in schools and orphanages. To perform a wide range of administrative activities in order to facilitate the efficient operation