Volunteering in Uganda with Arts and Music project gives you the chance not only to make a positive impact in a needy community, gain leadership experience and build new skills, but also to share your knowledge and provide valuable skills to youth and children.
Ssamba Foundation offers opportunities to volunteer with Arts and Music projects in Uganda from one week to three months or more. The arts and music volunteer projects are set up in various communities across Uganda.
Volunteers in our program experience traditional Ugandan life and participate in daily roles of the project such teaching children various basic instruments from piano, cello and guitar etc. The children are aged between 8 and 19. It is therefore important that volunteers be enthusiastic about music and able to inspire the children to develop both theoretical and practical musical, arts and dance knowledge and skills.
Volunteering in Uganda with Ssamba Foundation’s arts and music project will not only allow you to positively influence lives, but you can also learn about a variety of musical styles and genres, as well as about the deep and fascinating histories that this country has with music.
It is important for potential volunteers to understand that the culture in Uganda is quite different from what you are accustomed to. Volunteers should bring with them an easy-going, open-minded and relaxed attitude. Locals are curious, very friendly and social people.
As arts and music volunteer in Uganda you can choose from creative arts, music and dance project where you can apply your creative eye and enthusiasm while volunteering and living at the heart of a community. When you choose to volunteer in Uganda with Ssamba Foundation, you will be involved dancing, painting, drawing or music classes for children and adults.
Volunteering in Uganda with Arts and Music project gives you the chance not only to make a positive impact in a needy community, gain leadership experience and build new skills, but also to share your knowledge and provide valuable skills to…