Child Celebration Network invites and host individuals and teams from overseas (including students) who desire to walk alongside a less privileged community in Uganda. Visitors can volunteer to participate in small seed projects including mobile health clinics and provision of safe drinking water for in and out of school children in Uganda.
Participants are encouraged to suggest ways they think will bring positive educational, social, spiritual and economic impact to themselves and their Ugandan hosts.
Seed projects aim to fight child poverty by improving the health of young people so that they can attend school and become productive citizens. A family or group can visit Uganda to undertake a one off short term volunteer mission for between 7 and 90 days.
The target of such activities include:
1. Children and other young people living in poverty; including those who have visual, sound and mental impairment, are orphaned, single mothers, heading households, affected by substance abuse, HIV and AIDS, etc.
2. Young Christian leaders—across denominations—called to the ministries of discipleship.
Child Celebration Network will also be able to arrange for visitors tourism excursions in game parks in Uganda. Visitors will however be responsible for costs related to their participation is the overseas volunteer trip and tourism excursions. For more information, click here.
Please contact us to find out how you can arrange an overseas mission trip, or the dates for the next overseas trip.