Student Volunteering26 Jan, 2018 Student Volunteering
Challenge. . The majority of student volunteers are motivated by a desire to improve situations or help people. This is also the same for student volunteers with UGAM. Working as a UGAM Volunteer is a fantastic experience and truly highlights how important student volunteering is, not only for the individual volunteering but also for the positive impact that students have to the community that they were volunteering in. It enables students to have the opportunity to enrich their personal development, have exciting experiences, meet new people, and give to communities and most importantly while gaining invaluable experience. Our volunteer placements are available all year round and open to anyone 16 and older.
Through your support, UGAM will drill wells in remote areas in the country. Which will provide safe, clean water for for the villagers in the specific project areas. Thereby reducing in time of carrying water from distant wells.
This will in then increase children's school attendance and access to education since they are the most affected by water crisis.
- UGAM volunteers help Improve global literacy by teaching English and other subjects in some of the rural schools. The teaching volunteers work alongside the local teachers.
- Our building projects involve some of the work needed in setting up basic infrastructure to renovate and build schools in the rural areas.
- Help to promote responsible and sustainable farming practices in local communities through Agriculture and Farming volunteers.
- Provide care for the orphans, in some of UGAM Care homes and special needs facilities.
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