Lake kifuruka nature paradise-community tourism and volunteer program
C/O P.O. box 753,Fort-portal, Western Uganda. Kasenda Crater lakes , South of Fort portal. Uganda
Type Of Work:
Help in Teaching English, Mathematics, sporting and Science in our two community primary schools.(120 orphans attend one of the schools!)Helping in the piggery project for the orphans and vulnerable children.environmental conservation education etc
We ask for a contribution of between US$ 400- 700 to cater for food and accommodation
(Note: email address is tripple protected from spammers.)
We allow travelers to take time off their travels and spend some time teaching in our community primary schools.
Kevin — 08 February 2011, 03:31
I am a 19 year old student from the UK. I went here in the summer of 2010 for 6 weeks, 5 of which I spent working for this project. If you want a genuine volunteering oppertunity and willing to put in 100% effort working 9 till 3 Monday to Friday as a teacher in these two, very very deprived schools, but dont want to pay extortionate amounts of money to multinational companies, then this is definetly a project worth doing. The family are really honest, friendly people, and the surroundings are very safe and utterly incredible. I highly recommend to anybody to go here.
Kevin — 23 May 2011, 06:41
By the way, feel free to contact me if you are interested in doing this project and I will answer any questions you might have. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nurcan — 17 March 2012, 01:53
What an incredible and priiinsng story. I am currently reading a book about a similar woman in Ethiopia. The book is called There Is No Me Without You by Melissa Fay Green, and the woman she profile