2 Weeks Summer Volunteering in Uganda 2018
With 2 weeks summer volunteering in Uganda, experience life and culture by joining our summer volunteering opportunities! Whether you dream of volunteering at a healthcare project, teaching English at a local school, coaching games & sports or just helping out at a local orphanage.
This summer volunteering in Uganda program has a lot to offer and you’re sure to find lots of exciting volunteer opportunities in Uganda.
By joining our summer volunteering in Uganda, you’ll have the opportunity to truly immerse yourself in one of the world’s most beautiful places. Whether it be teaching English and working with Ugandan teachers at a local school or spending time and giving love to children at a small orphanage, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference and contribute to Ugandan society.
With Go Volunteer Africa’ summer volunteering in Uganda, it would be even more exciting as you’ll get to volunteer and teach, participate in medical camps, contribute to environment conservation, play with the kids at an orphanage or work with youth and women on income generating ventures.
As a volunteer in Uganda with Go Volunteer Africa, you’ll be directly supporting a community in need while discovering this incredibly diverse and vibrant country. This summer volunteering in Uganda program has opportunities for volunteers of all ages and experience levels.
While volunteering in Uganda, you will also have free time, giving you the opportunity to travel and tour the Pearl of Africa. Whether you want to white-water raft, take a safari or just sightsee, we can guarantee you won’t be bored!
About 38m people, call Uganda home. It is a country with wonderful natural scenery and very friendly people and the highlight of embarking on a Uganda adventure is usually seeing the incredible mountain gorillas, either in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. However, Uganda offers a huge amount more.
Uganda is also an incredible birding destination, with well over 1000 species found, including the rare shoebill and many Albertine Rift endemics.
Did you know that Uganda is famous for pineapples, avocados, bananas and mangoes? Or that peanuts are called ground nuts?