There are opportunities in all aspects of Wama children of Uganda’s operations. Anyone with a heart to reach out and serve orphans and widows in Africa will find exciting projects to bring God’s love to these deserving people.
construction workers, Doctors, dentist painters, administrators, managers, evangelist – your time and skills will be put to great use! Some specific areas of need are listed below but Wama-Uganda is open to whatever your interest as you desire to support the children of Uganda.

Wama Children’s Home
The recent partnership with different organizations and individuals has provided a hope of funding and opportunities to build a home to accommodate children who have lost their parents to AIDS and have not been placed with foster families. Groups or individuals with engineering, plumbing, construction, carpentry, or electrical skills are needed.

Wama New Hope Preparatory School
As with any school, volunteer opportunities abound. Those interested in tutoring of just enjoying and playing with the children would be welcome. Qualified teachers are particularly needed to work with local teachers. Basic school supplies are always needed and are appreciated.
Administrative areas such as the Child Welfare Department who is responsible for home visits and school evaluation visits. The HIV/AIDS Department is responsible for processing HIV screenings and counseling.
Rural Health Initiative/ in hope of wama hospital.
The Mobile Clinic provides medical access to rural villages. Wama-Uganda counsels, conducts HIV screenings and treats people with HIV/AIDS. Services are provided to people with general ailments. Doctors, nurses, and dentists are always needed. However, opportunities to serve beside trained Wama-Uganda staff are available to those without medical training.

Clean water source constructions
We are helping the rural people by providing for them safe water sources like the bore holes which can help almost a number of people in our area of operation
The church holds the key to defeating this modern-day plague.
Children can suffer because of AIDS, even when they don’t have the disease themselves. When a parent dies prematurely, a child’s world collapses. Anxiety, depression and despair are common as a child tries to adjust to life without his or her parents. And if dealing with grief isn’t difficult enough, children are sometimes shunned by the community because they are feared. At a time when emotional support is needed most, people often turn away. It’s usually not intentional. It happens because there. In spite of the disastrous statistics surrounding the AIDS pandemic, there are many myths and misinformation about HIV/AIDS.

There are many ways that you can support the needs of children affected by HIV/AIDS in Uganda
Raise awareness in your community – Give a presentation to your child’s class or school, a civic group, or your faith-based community. Contact us for outreach materials.
Volunteer – Show your support for Wama Children Of Uganda or another organization working to address the pandemic by giving your time, talents, or expertise.
Host a house party – Invite your friends and family to your home and educate them about the challenges of HIV/AIDS in Africa.
do a sponsored event thank you for taking the time to read this website if you need more information on volunteering or get a information pack about the chairty you can use to do a talk, you can do so by visiting our contact page
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