Volunteers can become involved in a range of programs that appeal to your personal interests as some of the projects run in the morning and the afternoons only. If you are unsure of which project you would like to become involved with, you can spend a few days visiting each of the different groups to find out more about what each does in both rural and urban. There are vast opportunities including:-Training in Agriculture like giving our clients new modern technology, Food security, Bee keeping and others - HIV care and counseling. - Delivering support, materials and writing reports on EACO project progress. -Teaching at schools and co-coordinating peer education projects. -Assisting with administration. -Delivering training to staff and volunteers on relevant issues. -Assisting with building projects. -Writing grant proposals, helping EACO in fundraisings, Sensitizing the community about Health and sanitation. Once volunteers have picked interest in EACO, they live in Mukono town because it is secure and there is a guest house which can accommodate them. We direct the volunteers to the project and move with them to whatever place they want to go and we give in one of our staff to keep them company. more is here http://eacouganda.webs.com/volunteering.htm
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