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General Skills Programme 

Open to adults from all backgrounds.

You will be supporting our work through a wide variety of activities across our ongoing projects in Uganda 

Summer 2020 Volunteer Programme

Applications for our summer 2020 Volunteer Programme are now open.  

Programme Information

Applying for the Nurture Africa Volunteer Programme provides you with the unique opportunity to increase your awareness and understanding of international development whilst using your skills to support our ongoing work in Uganda. Commencing with 2 programme days in Dublin, you will then travel to Nurture Africa headquarters in Nansana, where you will be immersed in day-to-day life for the duration of your 3 week placement in this bustling and very welcoming community.​

 

To Apply:

1. Submit a completed application form

2. Complete an informal interview process

​3. Commit to participating in two pre-placement programme days prior to your placement in Uganda

4. Commit to attending a debriefing and reunion workshop approximately 4 weeks after you return home from your placement.

2020 Placement dates:​

           Placement 1: 5th - 26th June (student only placement)

           Placement 2: 26th June - 17th July (students & professionals)  

           Placement 3: 17th July - 7th August (students & professionals)

Teaching Programme

Placement Information

Teaching placements are ONLY available to qualified and student teachers in 2nd year as a minimum. Student teachers applying for placement 1 must take note that classroom activities will be led by a Ugandan teacher. Students applying for placements 2 or 3 will be accompanied by a qualified Irish teacher for placement activities.

Activities

You will be placed alongside a team of fellow volunteers in one of 7 Nurture Africa partner schools.​ Activities will be classroom based, working with Ugandan teachers and students. Teaching workshops will allow you to learn about the Ugandan education system, share your ideas and methodologies and practice these within the classroom with Ugandan teachers.

2020 Placement dates:​

           Placement 1: 5th - 26th June (student only placement)

           Placement 2: 26th June - 17th July (students & professionals)  

 

​           Placement 3: 17th July - 7th August (students & professionals)

Medical Programme

Placement Information

Medical placements are available to qualified and student applicants, in 2nd year as a minimum, studying in a relevant medical field. 

Activities

Your volunteer activities will focus on both health centre and community healthcare operations. Alongside your volunteer team and staff from ​the Nurture Africa health Centre, you will work within Nurture Africa's annual work plan and take part in timetabled activities such as voluntary counselling and testing for HIV, primary healthcare community home visits and community healthcare workshops with primary and secondary school children.

2020 Placement dates:​

           Placement 1: 5th - 26th June (student only placement)

           Placement 2: 26th June - 17th July (students & professionals)  

 

​           Placement 3: 17th July - 7th August (students & professionals)

General Skills Programme

Placement Information

The General Skills Programme is open to anyone over the age of 18 regardless of professional or academic background. You will be supporting various Nurture Africa projects which supplement our strong health and education focus.

Activities

Activities during this placement will be predominantly based within Nurture Africa's partners schools and at Nurture Africa headquarters. Training material and resources will be provided to ensure that you are prepared for your role. The General Skills timetable is varied with activities changing from morning to afternoon which will enable you to support our work across a range of projects

     

2020 Placement dates:​

           Placement 1: 5th - 26th June (student only placement)

           Placement 2: 26th June - 17th July (students & professionals)  

 

​           Placement 3: 17th July - 7th August (students & professionals)

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 6 miles Hoima Road, Nansana

Registration File Number: 

MIA/NB/2012/12/1520 

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 Ireland:

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              54 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

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+353(0)1-4434843

Registered Charity No:

CHY 15459

Registered Company: 

366575