Volunteer in Ndejje
Go Volunteer Africa provides hope to hundreds of orphans who have lost hope in Ndejje, Uganda through our top volunteer projects and help prevent at-risk children from losing the little they have.
Go Volunteer Africa arranges top volunteer projects and mission trips in Ndejje, Uganda for anyone interested in sharing the good news of the gospel, teaching and/or childcare volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer Projects and Mission Trips to Ndejje:
Join Go Volunteer Africa’s top volunteer projects and mission trips to Ndejje, Uganda and share God’s love for orphaned children. As a volunteer in Ndejje, Uganda, you will provide hope to orphans, who have already lost so much, and help prevent at-risk children from losing the little they have.
Go Volunteer Africa’s volunteer opportunities in Ndejje, include a wide variety of ministry activities, including sharing the gospel with children and families and teaching English to children, ministering to children with HIV/AIDS, encouraging and training teachers and humanitarian aid.
Our partner in Ndejje seeks to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people. The mission is to assist God’s children with reaching their God-given potential by solving practical problems via the Word, educational & family development programs, economic prosperity, and spiritual growth.
Go Volunteer Africa’s volunteer and mission placements in Ndejje, Uganda ranging from 2 weeks to 12 weeks duration. Sharing of your time and talents will positively impact the lives of these children and it will provide a meaningful experience to your life too.
Time and Schedule:
Program Length: From 2 to 12 weeks
Program Date: Flexible Start & End Date
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8 hour per day
Accommodations: Local Host Family
Meals: Yes, 3 meals a day
Requirements: 18 years or older, an open mind to new adventures.
Introduction to Ndejje, Uganda:
Ndejje is in Namasuba a city suburb located just six kilometers, along the Kampala-Entebbe highway. Its found in Wakiso District, central region of Uganda.
Ndejje like other suburbs of Kampala, is bustling with both social and economic activities. It is clearly one of the main suburbs thriving on the entertainment business from its neighboring Namasuba as evidenced with the numerous night clubs, bars and film halls among others.
Ndejje’s social business is further boosted by the ever busy Entebbe road, which has taxis operating 24 hours between Entebbe airport and Kampala city. This makes Ndejje accessible all the time, easing life for revelers to have fun until the late hours.
The area has slightly over 12000 residents according to the local leaders.
Ndejje is close to Kampala and the city centre has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing. Here is a list of some of the things and places to visit during your time and stay in Ndejje.
Gadaffi Mosque, Old Kampala – the place boasts the best view of all of Kampala from the top of its minaret. The mosque itself is also an impressive building and tourists are allowed to walk around it at will (even taking photos). Built by…yes you guessed it…former Libyan leader Colonel Gadaffi it is Kampala’s largest mosque.
Kabaka’s Palace and Idi Amin’s Torture Chambers – This is the historic seat of the Bugandan king, located on Mengo hill exactly one mile up from the Buganda parliament.
Ba’hai Temple – this is the only one of its kind on the African continent and definitely worth a visit.
The Uganda National Museum – it is the biggest and oldest museum in Kampala. Purporting to showcase Uganda’s cultural heritage with displays of ethnological and natural-historical exhibits.