ARUWE relies on the valued support of skilled and motivated volunteers. By working in partnership with volunteers we combine our knowledge and skills to empower people and communities to fulfil their potential and contribute to socio-economic change. Since 2009, ARUWE has welcomed ten volunteers both from abroad and from within Uganda, who have supported our programme development, communications and monitoring and evaluation, as well as gaining valuable work experience and broadening their understanding of life in a developing country.

Our volunteer programme invites suitably qualified individuals to work with us for anything from eight weeks to three years. We provide free of charge accommodation in Kampala and Kiboga, however all other costs, including visas, are covered by the volunteer. There are many useful resources on line to help you fundraise at home to support your volunteering abroad.

We would like to hear from people with knowledge and/or interest in

» Food security, including agriculture and farming practice
» Health, including sanitation, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS
» Child growth and development, including nutrition and education
» Human rights, including rights awareness and advocacy
» Micro finance
» Research, monitoring and evaluation
» Fundraising, including proposal development and networking
» Financial management, organisational growth and non-profit management.

If you feel you can contribute to ARUWE’s work in any of the above areas and meet these criteria then please get in touch with our volunteer coordinator, Susanne Muwazi, using the form below.

You should also be

» Over 18 years of age
» Able to live and work in a rural and resource-limited setting
» Willing to learn and be challenged
» Open-minded
» Able to consider community needs over personal needs
» Able to relate well with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds