Mediano/largo plazo
LMTV- 07 UGANDA UGANDA sustainable 01/02/2018 31/12/2018

Motherland Secondary School.

Project background:
Nakaswa Bright Academy is a project started by Uganda Voluntary Development Association to
cater for secondary education and skills development of the communities of Nakaswa and the neighbouring districts by bring nearer social service facilities which help in uplifting the young
generation of the country and improving their wellbeing and livelihood as we try to achieve
SDGs. UVDA is pear heading the mobilization of the community through international
workcamps to get involved in the project by creating awareness, help in the day to day
management for quality education delivery thereby improving access to education facilities; we are working together with the local governments of Mukono, Kayunga and Buikwe districts to achieve our objectives. The contribution of the International Voluntary Service volunteers has yielded tremendous results in terms of hours contributed by the volunteers and building the infrastructures as well as making friends and linkages for sustainable development.

Target Group:
Volunteers motivated, communities around and other Stakeholders.

Duration of stay: 1 month to 1 year.

Nature of work:
Day to day management of the school, teaching, ICT training,construction and support outreach
programs as regards to hygiene, sanitation and basic health

Airport pickups:

Uganda Voluntary Development Association will pick vols. from the airport as per their schedule
during working hours then organise pickup for beyond working hours arrivals. Expense incurred
from the pickup place (only city centre) is covered by UVDA as part of the participation fee
provided you arrive during office hours an extra fee shall be levied on night arrivals. So
volunteers are encouraged to communicate/confirm their arrival at least a week before departure for proper preparations.

Accommodation is at the school compound with electricity but there is an option of host families.

Motherland Secondary school is located 80 Km 1hr 20mins drive from Kampala – Kayunga
Highway, the project is located in Central region, Mukono district.

This is purely a traditional kiganda food setting and most of the food stuff is original Baganda
culture. Creativity is welcome in preparing dishes though for international dishes volunteers can
contribute from their pocket.

Study theme:
Climate change and improved livelihood through community involvement and strengthen
income generation for sustainable development.

Financial contribution
Monthly payment of participation fees is not allowed for conventional purposes. Volunteers
accepted on MLTV project for one month will pay Euros 300 for the one month placement.
What is included in the participation fee?
Return transfers from the airport
Full board at the project (Accommodation and meals provided at the project)
Orientation, evaluation and monitoring
Volunteer mentorship
What is not included in the participation fee?
Travel to and from the project. The volunteer will be required to pay for the bus tickets
Refreshments outside the project
Air ticket, Excursion, Visa and Insurance, Local travel Personal effects

MTV/LTV Participation fee:-
1 week - 1 month EURO 300
1 month – 3 months EURO 450
1 month – 6 months EURO 900

1 month – 9 months EURO 1350
1 month – 12 months EURO 1800
This fee is ONLY for monitoring, upkeep in host families and evaluation of the participants
while at the project. It also includes airport transportation, orientation, host family housing,
preparation and supervision, project participation certificate and An additional fee of $ 100 for
volunteer permit.

Special remarks: Participants will be asked to contribute for their volunteer permit. No smoking
is allowed at any of the work sites.
Basic condition and rules of UVDA work camps
- Orientation is two days before departure to the project
- Accept basic living conditions like accommodation, meals and others during the project
- We encourage volunteers to be flexible/creative/cooperative while participating in the project.
- - On health UVDA can only provide first aid during the project but for emergencies we advise
you bring your own insurance with you.
- English is an official language
- All participants are required to arrive on the first day and stay till the last day of workcamp.
- All participants have responsibility to keep the rules of the project and finish the project in
- Be motivated and have open mind to different cultures throughout the project.
- No illegal drugs are allowed in Uganda.
- Volunteers are responsible for their personal expenses during the free time.