It is working to improve the well-being of vulnerable young people, women & elderly in Masaka region to live a better & a purpose driven life through
Educating, Engaging & Empowering them.
CCFU is to bring love and hope to young people and to transform poor communities in Masaka region and in Uganda at large. Since 2016 CCFU has demonstrated that young people are significant actors in development and can drive positive change at a local, regional and national level in the areas of Education Support, Women Empowerment, Behavior Change Communication, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights & HIV/AIDS awareness in young people. We work to bring about sustainable changes through Educating, Engaging and Empowering young people.
- 1) Working in the communities: the volunteers go out with us and get involved in the work we do in our communities.
- 2) Providing business and financial skills: Here the volunteers help women teaching the good financial skills management and how to start up a small business.
- 3) Teaching to our partner schools: Volunteer English, math or any other subject of her/his wish in our partner schools.
- 4) School Outreaches: Volunteers join as we go for schools visits for SRHR services, counselling & guidance to the students
- 5) Project Proposal Writing & Fundraising: Volunteers can join us good proposal writing for grants and do fundraising events in their home countries.
- 6) Social Media & Website Management.
- 7) Photography & Filming.
- 8) Office work
How many volunteers needed?
How many hours are the volunteers expected to help?
How many days of help per week?
Are accommodation and food included?
What are the volunteers’ benefits?
Volunteers get field or practical training as they work with us and this help the gain more experience in the fields of working with young people, women and elderly.
At the end of the volunteer process, the volunteers will be awarded a volunteer certificate, recommendation letter and the African craft gift.
The volunteer will get a cultural exchange, as they will be working in the local communities it will help them to know about the Uganda cultural behaviours, local language and they will experience the tropical climate in Uganda. And getting more friends as Uganda is one of the most rated friendly countries in the world.
What type of accommodation?
Extra activities during free time?
During free time volunteers can tour around the communities and interact with locals during free shopping and engage in any other community events if they wish so.
Volunteers can visit Uganda’s nature like national parks, lake victoria, Kalangala Island, Mt Rwenzori among others.
What are the volunteers costs?
- accommodation and all meals
- airport pickups,
- transportation and other in-country expenses.
Total cost is $190 per week ($27 per day)
Which language will be spoken?
Information about the place. How to get there?
Uganda has one Airport called Entebbe, so everyone coming to Uganda in a plane pass at Entebbe, then to Kampal city and then move between 3-4yrs from Entebbe-Kampala-Masaka depending on the car and the traffic jam.
Is there internet access?
⇓ Contact Details ⇓ – website, e-mail, phone number etc.
- Our new office number is 0414-671-628 the country code is +256.
Our mobile number is 0703-367-032 same country code.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Webpage: www.infoccfu.wixsite.com/ccfu