• Uganda
    • Mukono
    • Iganga Town
4 to 51 weeks

Program Details

Age Min.
Age Max
Year Round
Apartment Host Family Hotel
Small Group (1-15)
Travel Type
Budget Women


Starting Price
Price Details
Transport to the field for one month 1000 dollars depending on the number of times and distance
Food 10 dollars per meal each day. 900 dollars a month including juice ,fruits
Water and electricity bills 100 dollars a month
Internet and modem 100 dollars a mont
rent can be discussed according to chosen place in the family, hotel or apartments

Welcome party 200 dollars,
Site visit 100 dollars
Tour to historical sites 300 dollars optional
Organization contribution. 200 dollars
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airfare SIM cards Some Accommodation Some Activities
What's Not Included
Airfare Airport Transfers Domestic Airfare Some Accommodation Some Activities Transportation Travel Insurance Visa
Jul 24, 2018
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About Program

This program aims at educating women and youth in income generating activities they can carry out along side streets, roads or at their doors to earn a living and to best support their families.

This will include activities like baking, fast food making, bead art work, backyard farming, and catering.

This program is aimed at taking them through entrepreneurship skill so that they can best manage and monitor their business perfectly and as well as building a spirit of togetherness. Experiences will be shared with mothers with HIV/AIDS, Victims of violence and those with children with special needs.

These groups are marginalized and can not compete for jobs as they have so many challenges like illness, either them or their children, needed at home to best support their children, they are stigmatized etc there for they need support to start their own income generating activities to be able to sustain their lives.

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Program Highlights

  • Our programs are holistic in nature as they capture all aspects of life
  • They are community driven from the start and they own it hence not imposed on them
  • They are sustainable as the community is equally responsible
  • They are a solution to the community not a problem as they benefit and share experience so that they learn from each other
  • we also use the logos of our donors on anything we print like T-shirts, banners, bandanas etc

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