WHAT VOLUNTEERS DO AT ABA FOUNDATION IN UGANDA - AFRICA?
Volunteer Projects includes:- Supporting local hospitals with Medical Teams, Operating Mobile Clinics, Conducting VCT (Voluntary Counseling and Testing) in Schools and at Medical Centers, Builders to construct houses for Elderly, Destitute Children, Disabled and other Needy Groups, Build water tanks, Wells, Toilets at Social Centers etc, Social Workers to support our Orphans, Elderly and Other Needy Groups, Evangelism, Training single Mothers and Widows – Tailoring, Weaving Art and Crafts, Carpentry and Joinery at our Vocational Training Center, Modern Agricultural Techniques, etc. Volunteer Teachers to support and teach in our local elementary Schools.
(Needy Groups refers to:- Orphans, Street Kids, Abandoned Kids, Dumped on garbage kids, Unwanted kids, Widows, Disabled, Deaf, Blind, Mute, Widowers, Downtrodden, Elderly, HIV/ AIDS patients, Poor families affected by HIV/AIDS etc) Film makers volunteers to profile our Organization, and Website Designers to improve on the quality and standard of our websites.
Volunteers will sensitize local communities on the dangers of child sacrifice and HIV / AIDS which is increasing in Uganda especially in urban centers. Volunteers will work on the ongoing construction of our Children Rehabilitation Center (CRC) at Nkumba village, 5kms from Entebbe International Airport (the only Uganda's International airport).