Swahiba Youth Networks is a Christian Organization whose primary objective is to reach communities both in the Urban and Rural areas with the Gospel message through evangelism, discipleship, mentorship, empowerment, social involvement, networking and partnerships.
We work to improve the lives of vulnerable orphans and impoverished families with children by providing aid and opportunities for them in Wakiso, Uganda. We need the help of social workers, doctors, computer trainers, finance administrators, finance mobilizers. English speakers welcomed.
Machame Lutheran Hospital seeks long term medical professionals to join us in God’s work here on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. We have a legacy of more than 100 years contributing to the health services in the country by running 20 hospitals and more than 160 primary health care institutions. Physicians and medical student rotations.
(Kenya) We have 27 children in a great building (hotel) we purchased in 2005 in Western Kenya. (See website) Volunteers are welcome. We are constantly building, repairing, and painting rooms and buildings. No special skills necessary.
We are helping people obtain safe drinking water in over 50 countries around the world. Our mission is to provide water and sanitation resource development information, training, equipment and technical support to the rural poor. Those we train become a resource to others. Many volunteer opportunities. Helping people obtain safe drinking water in over 50 countries around the world. Our mission is to provide water resource development information, training, equipment and technical support to the rural poor. Those we train become a resource to others. Development of ways to obtain good water supplies for poor, rural areas of the world. Opportunities in research, design, training, installation, more. Work in Central Asia Tanzania Ethiopia Kenya Laos Uganda Haiti Rwanda Cambodia.
Bethesda International is an independent, indigenous (NGO) with the goal of supporting the most vulnerable children including orphans, street children, abandoned and abused, and the poorest of the poor in Uganda. We care for these children seeing their education facilitated and their basic needs met.
Focused on the needs of AIDS orphans and widows in the heart of Africa, LACI is open to whatever your interests as you desire to support the children of Uganda. Volunteers with medical backgrounds can work in local clinics with small health-based community organizations, and with HIV prevention and AIDS care programs. Many other opportunities, regardless of your skills.
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Volunteers needed at Nyakato Health Center in Tanzania, Africa. New dental clinic, good equipment, superb patients, and comfortable accommodations. For dentists, hygienists, and others not so trained. Variable length missions opportunity. Also, see the wildlife and enjoy cultural diversity. Lutheran affiliation, open to all.
(Kisumu, Kenya) “Our policy is to equip every child with the ability to support and care for a family, giving them any necessary help when leaving our home. We always try to care for our children as an African family, but with the freedom to express themselves.”
The mission of Haven of Peace Academy (HOPAC) is to provide an excellent, Christ-centered, international education to the children of missionaries and full-time Christian service workers in Tanzania. HOPAC is currently seeking a number of teachers for the 2014/2015 school year.
HOPAC provides teachers with a monthly allowance that covers a significant portion of in-country living expenses. The teacher is required to raise support for other expenses.
Children of teachers receive tuition-free spots at HOPAC.
Services approximately half a million people in an area roughly half the size of Northern Ireland, and annually treats around 23,000 outpatients and around 6,000 inpatients. They have 6 doctors. There is an urgent need for teachers in the nurses school. Medical students coming on elective are welcomed: there is a lot of hands on experience in the hospital. Contact Programmes Manager.
(Kampala, Uganda) A transit home where the needs of street children, abandoned babies, and other children-in-crisis are provided. A health and rehab services program works to resettle the children back into their communities. Education, foster care, adoption, family empowerment, and outreach programs.
We provide opportunities for Christians to learn about and actively participate in missions locally and internationally. Ongoing ministry opportunities for people interested in medical clinics, evangelism and prayer ministry, pastor and leadership training, and children’s ministries in New York, India, Ukraine, Brazil, Taiwan, Kenya and Malawi. Join with us to help fulfill the great commission.
(was Children’s Welfare Mission, Uganda) Our children’s village serves orphans with a loving home and medical and spiritual care, plus primary, secondary, and technical education so that they will be ready to become independent citizens. We seek volunteers to help these children. If you’re an educator and wish to help, please contact us.
(Namugongo, Uganda, Africa) Orphanage and school located in a remote village setting. Volunteers with skills of any kind are welcomed. Positions are available for people with all levels of experience and training.
Watoto Child Care Ministries – volunteers are welcome to spend between 1 – 6 months helping with the wide range of tasks associated with caring for many babies. We need nurses (especially with paediatric experience) and those with skills in education, medical, building, and administration, or who just have a heart for loving babies.
Promotes community health development in medically under served areas, primarily Uganda Africa, and India. Targets are malnutrition, dehydration, failure to immunize, malaria and fever, water supply and sanitation, complications during childbirth, AIDS, failure to plan for pregnancy.
(Ngong Town, Kenya) Our goal is to raise disciples of Jesus Christ who will be beacons of light in their community. We provide a home, education, and TLC to abandoned children and AIDS orphans. Volunteers are useful during our annual short-term trips, and we may need additional volunteers from time to time. We hope to open a facility in Mongolia soon.
(Nakuru, Kenya, East Africa) Planning to provide for the needs of 30 to 40 orphan children within the ages of 0 to 4 years, who will remain with us to the age of majority (18 years). We’re situated on 10 acres on the outskirts of Nakuru, Rift Valley Province. Volunteers are welcome and all skills are useful.
KCCDO OVC (Kampala, Uganda) Volunteers at our schools can read to the primary and nursery classes, teach games, music, dance, mathematics, geography, social studies, health science, arts and crafts, or English. Or, help with office work: writing, typing, or work on shared reports that are presented to the government and other partners.
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