Get Volunteers For Projects


If you think your organization, school or community project can benefit from the work of foreign volunteers, please allow us to help connect you with people who want to serve. Describe what kind of volunteers are needed (teachers, health workers, computer programmers, etc…), for how long you want them to stay, what specific skills they would require, where they can live while volunteering for you, what would be the costs of room and board, etc.

Is your organization searching

Is your organization searching?

If you are involved with a worthy project, we want to connect you with people who can support your work. Register your organization with us and gain the opportunity to connect with thousands of individuals looking for volunteer opportunities in Africa.

We can supply you with volunteers to help your organisation. We are planning volunteer programs for the year and are searching for the right organizations now. Please contact us immediately if this sounds like you… E-mail: hdvpartners@gmail.com

Hope Development Volunteers works in cooperation with grass-roots organizations in Africa. We support these organizations through small volunteer grants and recruit volunteers to support their work and help increase their capacity. As part of our partnership with these organizations, Hope Development Volunteers has made certain aspects a priority, things we feel are very important in a working relationship and to make sure both sides benefit as much as possible.

The organizations Hope Development Volunteers works with in Africa were established and are run by local residents. They existed prior to Hope Development Volunteers’ involvement with them and run completely without interference from Hope Development Volunteers. Their main purpose is to support their local community: mainly children, youth and vulnerable adults.

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Volunteers work with the locals

The volunteer programs which Hope Development Volunteers promotes are owned and run by our partners. Even though Hope Development Volunteers often offers advice and support to our partners when setting up their volunteer program, the partner organization determines what the program consists of: content, finance and practical matters are all decided upon by the partner, before Hope Development Volunteers begins promoting the program to potential volunteers.

ADVANTAGES OF WORKING WITH US:

We can provide you with substantial manpower support from international volunteers. We can refer individuals and groups of volunteers to your project!

You would need to designate a coordinator (counterpart) from your own team, who would ensure your volunteers are started in useful work on the day after arrival.

After seeing and experiencing at first hand the work that you do, some participants will want to establish a closer and ongoing relationship with you. This could develop into important support/donor relationship.

Effects & dependency

To all the organizations that Hope Development Volunteers works with, volunteers are an added value, never an essential part of the organization. Volunteers provide support, knowledge, time, energy and extras like personal attention but they are never indispensable. This way we prevent an organization from becoming dependent on international volunteers’ support as we want our partners to remain independent and strong without our support.

The effect volunteers have on children, patients or others supported by our partners’ work, is regularly evaluated, When necessary, we adapt the program, together with our partners.

Selection & preparation

Hope Development Volunteers carefully selects which volunteers we send to our partners. With an application and selection procedure that is specific to each partner and in which they have final say, we make sure that only those who are suitable are able to volunteer with us. In addition to this, Hope Development Volunteers makes sure volunteers are well prepared for their trip, so that they arrive at the partner with accurate expectations and knowing what their role is.

Evaluation

Our relationship with our partners, the volunteer programs they run and the volunteers we send, are regularly evaluated, both by Hope Development Volunteers and our partners. This way we ensure our work and that of our volunteers, continues to benefit the work our partners carry out.

Financial contributions we make to our partners’ work are also checked meticulously. Every grant that is made is evaluated thoroughly, so that both Hope Development Volunteers and the partner organization can learn for a next grant. All contributions are accounted for.

Hope Development Volunteers supports partners in several ways:

Starting and running a volunteer program: all of our partners work with international volunteers. Hope Development Volunteers offers support in starting a program, setting it up and running it.

Sending volunteers: Hope Development Volunteers raises volunteers in several countries from all around the world and links them to our partners’ programs.

Funding: Hope Development Volunteers funds projects run by our partners, based on grant applications. Most of our funds are raised by volunteers, before or after they join a partner program.

Partner with us

We are always looking for new partners to work with! If you are interested in partnering with Hope Development Volunteers, please see below for more information.

Where we work

Currently, Hope Development Volunteers works in Uganda and Kenya but we are introducing our program to Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ghana, Zambia and Namibia soon. Due to the way we work, we are unable to partner with organizations outside of the areas in which we have a field office. We are however looking into partnering with organizations in new countries and areas, so please do not hesitate to contact us should you wish more information.

What we offer

When partnering with Hope Development Volunteers, you can expect certain things from us. We have summarized them below.

What we ask

Hope Development Volunteers works with locally run organizations in Africa. They are all NGOs, NPOs or CBOs, with a focus on social development. They include clinics, community centers, child care centers, educational projects and organizations working for specifically vulnerable groups in society, like street children or sexually abused children.

We have summarized the requirements we ask our partners to meet below.

What we offer

Within an equal partnership, each partner has something to offer. Here is what Hope Development Volunteers offers her partners:

1.    We are a solid partner that is committed to making the world a better place. We are operated by people who feel the same commitment and who work enthusiastically to making this vision come true.

2.    Hope Development Volunteers can help you in setting up a volunteer program, if necessary. Even though the program is and stays yours, we have a lot of experience in setting up programs like this, and we can offer this knowledge when setting up a program. If need be, financial resources to set up a program are also available.

3.    We provide a constant influx of motivated, enthusiastic volunteers to participate in your program. Volunteers sent through Hope Development Volunteers are selected and well prepared, according to your program’s needs. For certain tasks, volunteers with specific skills can be found.

However, Hope Development Volunteers does not give any guarantees as to the number of volunteers raised. We feel this should not be a problem if our partners are not dependent on volunteers. Even though we try our best to fill available posts, guarantees are impossible to give.

4.    Hope Development Volunteers has several media in place for you to communicate with (former) volunteers and us. We have a membership page program in place, we have links dedicated to our partners and face-book page is our main online meeting point for volunteers and others interested in our work, and we encourage our partners to stay in touch with these people by writing about their work regularly.

5.    Hope Development Volunteers has coordinators in the areas in the countries where we work, responsible for our partners and volunteers. These persons are the main contact for all our partners, and are available for questions, to discuss issues or when an emergency arises. Our International coordinator also visits each of the partners in the countries on a yearly basis.

6.    Hope Development Volunteers offers support to its partners by supplying grants. The majority of funds made available through Hope Development Volunteers come from volunteers raising money. Parts of these funds are sent to our partners during a volunteer’s stay, so she can experience directly how money she raised benefits the organization.

In addition to all this, an important part of Hope Development Volunteers’ work is engaging more people in development work in general. Even though this is not very tangible and may not seem to benefit our partners directly, we do create a setting that benefits our partners and others in the long run and on a much larger scale.

What we ask

In return for what we offer, Hope Development Volunteers also expects certain things of a partner: a number of general requirements for Hope Development Volunteers to be able to have a partnership at all, and a number of things related to a volunteer program.

Before considering a partnership, the following requirements must be met:

1. The organization is a registered non-profit and/or non-governmental organization (NPO/NGO) working in Africa.

2. The organization has a mission that is aimed at supporting vulnerable or underprivileged groups of children or adults.

3. The organization is able to offer volunteers an experience in which they work with these groups and other local people directly and in a way that promotes interaction, learning from each other and exchanging ideas.

4. The organization is able to offer volunteers the possibility to make a visible, even if small, difference in the lives of children or adults that the organization supports.

5. The organization is self-supporting and is properly managed by capable staff.

6. The organization has an annual report and financial report on the previous year that is available to Hope Development Volunteers on request. In addition to this, the organization is willing to be transparent to Hope Development Volunteers about its finances, as will be the case vice versa.

7. The organization subscribes to our program with an annual registration fees- see here the fee structure.

Volunteer program

For the volunteer program, the requirements below apply. When setting up a volunteer program, Hope Development Volunteers is able to assist you with most of the items below.

Volunteering at the Grassroots

Volunteering at the Grassroots

1. The organization has a volunteer coordinator (Counterpart) – someone that coaches the volunteers during their experience. The coordinator prepares the volunteers for their work, has regular meetings with them to evaluate the progress of their work and is the contact person for the volunteers in case of problems.

2. The organization has a volunteer program – a well-defined program that has clear objectives and activities for the volunteers. Part of the program needs to be an introduction/preparation, to make sure volunteers will make the best use of their time at the program.

3. The program includes accommodation for the volunteers. This accommodation may be basic, but at least offers cooking facilities, proper sanitary facilities, sleeping facilities and space to relax.

4. The program includes transport for the volunteers: to transport them to and from the airport, between the accommodation and the work place (if applicable) and to transport them in case of an emergency.

5. The organization has emergency services in place: a plan for cases of emergency, so that volunteers can be transported to a hospital when the need arises.

6. The program offers volunteers facilities to keep in touch with Hope Development Volunteers and home. The organization is also able to communicate with Hope Development Volunteers directly and is willing to provide regular news and updates about their work.

7. The organization acknowledges the fact that Hope Development Volunteers’ mission is to involve as many people as possible in development work and issues, and that the volunteer program is an essential part in that mission. The organization has a part in helping Hope Development Volunteers reach this goal, by offering volunteers an experience that will encourage them to share once they are back home.

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28 thoughts on “Get Volunteers For Projects

  1. My name is Rosemary Nthiga, a diploma holder in social work and welfare from Kenya. I am in Kapoeta visiting a relative to experience life here. I am idle and finds myself just working around the market and trying to learn the local language. I would like to volunteer for a month as I will be here till mid may 2013. Kindly let me get your response through phone call as I have no access to daily mails. call this number for any message. Henry 0927745260

  2. Life skills volunteers organization approach is enhancing life skill as human learned ability to do something well assist people to function better throughout their lifetime. We believe that over time, the beneficiaries shall learn to move from solving simple challenges to improve to tackle more complex ones
    The project targets vulnerable multi-generational households (impoverished households headed by teenage children and older persons and with a burden of caring and supporting orphans, vulnerable children as well as HIV/AIDS patients).
    We have 3 work Camps coming in June July and August each hosting 20 volunteers
    1. Nyatike Girlchild Empowerment project Start and End dates: 3rd – 29th June 2013
    2. Uriri HIV/AIDS and Economic Empowerment project Start and End dates: 9th – 27th July 2013
    3. Sheltering Widows and Orphans ( Simerro) Start and End dates: 5th – 24th August 2013
    The work camps include visiting the world famous safaris and visiting exciting tourist sites. Make a life time decision and be part of these exciting events.

  3. Trip Highlights:

    Location: Western part of Kenya Bondo -Nyanza
    Length : not More then 4 weeks
    Accommodation: Family stay
    Qualification: commitment to make a difference

    Project Profile:
    Ogam is a community health center which is run by a committee within the community.The dispensary was initiated by medical a medical doctor from the community called Dr. Ongech after he saw the demand of health care within the community as people had to walk far distance in search of the vital services.

    He mobilized the community and to donate land and his fellow doctors to help in fundraising and build the dispensary. Ogam area being close to the lake is prone to malaria and other water borne diseases were very common. The fishing business in the area and culture of inheriting widows also has led to high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the area and its neighboring community.

    The dispensary has thus helped in the reduction of infections and also treatment of the common ailments as well as help in the provision of antiretroviral through various community health workers in the villages. The dispensary is still growing with services being introduced and it was gazetted in 2009 as one of the facilities that will now be supported and operated with government support.

    What to expect
    Project Objective Project activities

    to improved the living standard of the local people
    Improve maternal health ( which is go No 5 of MDGS)
    To provides good health care to the community
    To make available treatment including testing for HIV/AIDS and providing counselling as appropriate.
    To train community health workers such as Pre-Nurses and Midwives.

    Diagnosis and analysing of various signs and symptoms
    Treating and dispensing of drugs
    Health Education
    Antenatal
    Antiretroviral Therapy
    Curative Outpatient Services
    Growth Monitoring and Promotion
    HIV Counselling and Testing
    Immunization
    Prevention of Mother to Child transmission of HIV
    Outreach services, Sanitation Health talks (education) Family Planning

    places to visit

    Obama’s family
    lake victoria
    culture of Luo comunity
    kit mikayi

    Notes: If you want to do more from professional background you can chose to do: nursing, doctors in the hospital or teachers

  4. Medical volunteer
    As a volunteer, offer your help to save the lives of the vulnerable communities in Kenya. Your time, determination and flexibility will give hope to some of the hopeless members of the society who have to struggle, due to the lack of quality and affordable medical service. Join hands with some committed volunteers to help the haves and the have nots who are humble, appreciating and cheerful. The smile on their face is something worth to experience. Here are fields where we are looking for volunteers: Hospital (doctor, medical helper, nurse, cook…) Mobile Community Medical dispensaries (medical assistant, social helper) Community Medical camps (medical assistant, social helper) Community dispensaries (medical assistant, social helper) Volunteers can also organize mobile clinics workcamp

    Trip Highlights:

    Location: Kajiado Rift valley Kenya
    Length : not More then 4 weeks
    Accommodation: Family stay
    Qualification: commitment to make a difference

    Project Profile:
    Kajiado is located on the southern tip of Rift Valley province. It bordered by Tanzania in southwest and the districts of Taita/Taveta (to the southeast) Machakos to the East, Nairobi to the northeast and Kiambu to the north and Narok to the west. The indigenous people are the Masaai but there is increasing influx of other communities. Kajiado has a population of approximately 400,000.Nearly 50 percent of the population being on the age range of 0‐14 years.

    Kajiado District Hospital is the largest in ranking of medical facilities within Kajiado, the third largest district in Kenya working as a referral centre for all small health facilities within the district. The bed hospital capacity is 122 with a total of 120 staff s serves as catchments of 200,000 people. In 2004 the hospital serve approximately 120, 000, less that 5 percent were admitted

    In line with the mission of Ministry of Health, under which it operates, its mission is to promote and provides accessible quality, curative, preventive, promoting and rehabilitative affordable quality healthcare services.

    The health activities can be divided into two broad categories; preventive and curative health services. Preventive services include Malaria prevention, HIV/AIDS/TB prevention, immunization, nutritional counseling, ante and post natal health screening and integrated management of child illnesses .Curative services include diagnosis and treatment of patient (mainly outpatient services) laboratory and diagnostic services, pharmacy, surgical, physiotherapy and rehabilitation

  5. Likoni Aids orphanage Project
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    Trip Highlights:

    Location: Likoni Mombasa
    Length : Open For 3 Month
    Dates & Time : a week up to 2 months
    Accommodation: Family stay
    Qualification: commitment to make a difference

    Project Profile:
    Likoni Aids orphanage was founded in 2000 by members of Timbwani Baptist church under the leadership of Reverend Earnest Ombeva to cater for orphans whose parent(s) died of Aids. The centre started with 12 orphans and currently it is home to 50 Orphans of both sexes aged between 3years and 18 years. Hailing from different parts of the country the children have so far benefited form the basic needs provided by the home such as shelter, clothing, food and even education with most of the orphans attending both primary and high school Education.

    The centre in which the children use as shelter currently is occupied on a rental basis posing a great challenge in the cost of improving the livelihood of the children based on the fact that a greater percentage of support comes from well wishers.

    What to expect
    Project Objective Project activities

    To provide shelter, food and clothing to the orphaned children
    To give the children parental and family care they may lack
    To give children chance to explore their talents to full potential
    To ensure the children access to educational opportunities
    To provide the children with spiritual and career guidance
    To ensure good healthcare for the orphaned children
    Creating HIV/AIDS awareness

    Cleaning and hygienic activities (rooms, beddings, cloths, utensils etc)
    Talent exposure and development in various fields of art, sports etc
    Teaching and support with after school home work
    Preparation of meals for the children and serving
    Weekend recreational activities such as beach tours and taking swimming lessons
    Organizing entertainments for children including Indoor and outdoor games

    Place to visit:
    South coast Beach
    Shimba hill nation pack
    Mijikenda Kaya Forests
    Mombasa old Town
    Tsavo National park

  6. Sir/Madam,
    Good day, we are a non profit making Association called MERIDIAN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CAPACITY BUILDING (MIICB) located in Kumbo Bui division N W Region of Cameroon.Our main areas of intervention are in the domains of education, health, agriculture, environmental protection. In 2010, we started a project on “Rural Education for the Underprivileged” in localities of Mbah, Kovifem and Nkar. The main aim of engaging in such a lofty project is to assist and educate the less privileged in these localities.
    The project has been on going and we have 100 youths who are presently studying in our Vocational schools in those villages, but we are however prevented from accomplishing our goal as a result of inadequate finance,moral and material means. The school still operates in its temporal sites.so, we will be more grateful if you assist us, for we have entirely carried out this project via members contribution.For the past years we have train 50 youths who are now self employed and also the community have benefited a lot from us.
    Sir we plead for your kind concern to assist us with volunteers who will assist us in teaching the less privilege and also we wish to seek for partnership with your organization thus we will be very grateful if you give us the procedure.we however have a full details on the school Project and for details you can contact, Mr Ayukea Peter on the Number (+237) 79 93 27 83 or 99 04 18 41 or meridianinstitutes@yahoo.ca or wajukeadex2008@yahoo.ca

    Thanks for your cooperation in advance
    C.E.O PETER AYUKEA
    NB Any intrested volunteer can apply and sent he application to the above adress including his/her CV.

  7. GREAT LAKES YOUTH ASSOCIATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
    (GLYAD)
    1 INTRODUCTION
    GREAT LAKES YOUTH ASSOSSIATION FOR DEVELLOPEMENT (ASSOSSIATION DES JEUNNES DES GRAND LACS POUR LES DEVELOPPEMENT)
    This is the youth association of Great lakes region with the main objective?Developpement?.The association has been created in 2011 for supporting this youth to develop themselves, also contributing for their family
    , their country and in other words for their regional developpement throughout the continental developpement
    The idea of overcoming with this organization has been motivated by the fork of the youth?s strength in society, the youth youth has the main work shore of the society. After words this is the Non-Government Organization (N.G.O) targeting to surround Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, and Sudan with its activity. Actually its main action ray is created in Rwanda.
    2. IT?S MISSION
    -Decrease the the number of unemployers, including also the number of wonderers.
    -Encouraging the youth of this region on self creation activities generator of interests
    -To nsensibilise this youth to adhere on cooperative movement for gathering together
    -Encouraging them in creating money founder cooperative.
    -Serve for them as their speaker on local authorities even though on international one.
    -Sensibilises this youth to protect the environnemmental by creating the pro-environmental club
    -Sensibilise this youth to prevent against AIDS with sensibilisation se minors truth Anti-Aids club.
    -Support this youth on its education by insuring the school fees, and so to fight against the analphabetism.
    -Sensibilise this youth to be against all purpose that tend to conflicts block its developpement.
    3. MAIN OBJECTIVES OF GLYAD
    It has been created for:
    a. Helping and collaborating the youth of great lakes region to protect the environment
    b. Helping them in self creation activities by associating themselves in money founder cooperatives
    c. Helping this youth to develop integrality.
    d. Contributing on youth education by insuring the school fees and so to deal with the anaphabetism which is the worst fact due the development.
    e. Sensibelise this youth to prevent against AIDS and drugs by creating specials clubs against these.
    f. Leading them to the self-entertaining culture not to focus their faith in help by begging .
    g. Helping this youth to learn about the saving culture .
    h. Associating with region ?sstate to deal with the wonderers increasing number which the development that is needed .
    i. Reintegrating and helping the unmarried mother or baby-maker girls who has been mistreated in society by encouraging them to hope in future,reserve of nature and so fighting against the prostitution ,the worst fact due the development ,caused by this mistreatment .
    j. Supporting their education by offering the school fees meanwhile the cause of this prostitution ,also putting in them the self creation activities spirit ,generratorof revenue that must even contribute on their development
    k. Helping them to exchange experience whith foreigners through seminar or local
    exchanging experiences.

    -Sensibilise the youth of great lakes region to use condoms so that to reduce the HIV/AIDS spreading in region .
    _Nsansibilise this youth with the appropriate councelling against drugs specially for the youngest ones including teenagers.
    _Speaking in favour of basterds and for children victim of HIV/AIDS transmitted through the way mother-child when they were born.
    -Reducing the ecological pollution by planting the bio-diesel trees through this youth of GLYAD.

    GLYAD?S ACTIVITIES
    All activities of GLYAD association are found in projects that are conceived by this youth and though done by themselves. These projects target to contribute for integral development of youth in this great lakes region ,where GLYAD execute its activities .
    THE PROJECT OF GLYAD
    The project of GLYAD are contained in :
    1.T.I.O PROJECT (TomorrowI Is Ours ;Demain est à nous )
    2.APP PROJECT (Art Promotion in Prison; Promotion des Art en Prison)
    3.SAGE PROJECT(Safe Guard the Envirronement; Sauvegarde l?environement)
    4. GLYMA PROJECT (Great L akes Youth Magazine )

    u can contanct us on : glyad@yahoo.fr
    +250788663095

  8. Good programme. I work as project cordinator at Mother way education centre that offers secondary education and technical skills to orphans and poor slum dwellers in mathare. How do we register?

  9. I am from Nepal. I am a teacher. I need your help in some field. I have established a secondary school in Nepal, Kathmandu. I help there poor people. I serve homeless helpless and parents less childrens in this school. I am working as a social workers here. In this conditions I need some support and help. So I am In search of such people from the world those who can help me to serve such children. For more details you can visit my school at Kathmandu Nepal. Pls contact me

    Email_- ganti46@yahoo.com
    Phone + 9779851125460

  10. Welcome ! Karibu

    Rural Initiatives for Support Economy (RISE) is a non-governmental organization that invites you to come and volunteer on different activities and projects through Tanzania Volunteers Host (TVH), in a way that it will make a real meaning of life to Tanzanians local communities. Our assistance will be to give you an opportunity to contribute and to have an experience through education, care for infants and working on special projects in a unique inter-cultural experience.
    TVH hosts volunteers form countries across the globe, provides accommodation and meals for them, supports them as they transform into a new culture, and arranges placements for them depending on their skills and backgrounds. These placements include working in orphanages, primary schools, secondary schools, medical placements, agricultural organizations and women projects.

    In additional, TVH will provide you with rights direction about anything you wish to explore concerning the natural beauty of Tanzania.

    Come, switch-off your truck, get down your bags and join us at TVH

    “THE ONLY WAY TO REACH NEEDY CHILDREN”
    http://www.tvhtz.org
    RURAL INITIATIVES FOR SUPPORTING ECONOMY
    TANZANIA VOLUNTEERS HOST

  11. I would like to volunteer with any reputable organisation that deals with community work,children and generally social work my contacts are 0777560311

    • Village Voluntary Venture is a local non profit making organization which was initiated in 1991 with the initial purpose to promote appropriate technology in the rural community, participatory research, training and development. It was initiated by a group of 30 community based volunteers living and working in a cultural set up of Jonam community in Pakwach, Nebbi District. The initial volunteers had a background of having been active members of Uganda Scout Association in their former primary schools and were now living in the villages but with the interest of promoting voluntary ventures in the community, thus the name village voluntary venture was adopted.

  12. GREAT LAKES YOUTH ASSOCIATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
    (GLYAD)
    1 INTRODUCTION
    GREAT LAKES YOUTH ASSOSSIATION FOR DEVELLOPEMENT (ASSOSSIATION DES JEUNNES DES GRAND LACS POUR LES DEVELOPPEMENT)
    This is the youth association of Great lakes region with the main objective?Developpement?.The association has been created in 2011 for supporting this youth to develop themselves, also contributing for their family
    , their country and in other words for their regional developpement throughout the continental developpement
    The idea of overcoming with this organization has been motivated by the fork of the youth?s strength in society, the youth youth has the main work shore of the society. After words this is the Non-Government Organization (N.G.O) targeting to surround Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, and Sudan with its activity. Actually its main action ray is created in Rwanda.
    2. IT?S MISSION
    -Decrease the the number of unemployers, including also the number of wonderers.
    -Encouraging the youth of this region on self creation activities generator of interests
    -To nsensibilise this youth to adhere on cooperative movement for gathering together
    -Encouraging them in creating money founder cooperative.
    -Serve for them as their speaker on local authorities even though on international one.
    -Sensibilises this youth to protect the environnemmental by creating the pro-environmental club
    -Sensibilise this youth to prevent against AIDS with sensibilisation se minors truth Anti-Aids club.
    -Support this youth on its education by insuring the school fees, and so to fight against the analphabetism.
    -Sensibilise this youth to be against all purpose that tend to conflicts block its developpement.
    3. MAIN OBJECTIVES OF GLYAD
    It has been created for:
    a. Helping and collaborating the youth of great lakes region to protect the environment
    b. Helping them in self creation activities by associating themselves in money founder cooperatives
    c. Helping this youth to develop integrality.
    d. Contributing on youth education by insuring the school fees and so to deal with the anaphabetism which is the worst fact due the development.
    e. Sensibelise this youth to prevent against AIDS and drugs by creating specials clubs against these.
    f. Leading them to the self-entertaining culture not to focus their faith in help by begging .
    g. Helping this youth to learn about the saving culture .
    h. Associating with region ?sstate to deal with the wonderers increasing number which the development that is needed .
    i. Reintegrating and helping the unmarried mother or baby-maker girls who has been mistreated in society by encouraging them to hope in future,reserve of nature and so fighting against the prostitution ,the worst fact due the development ,caused by this mistreatment .
    j. Supporting their education by offering the school fees meanwhile the cause of this prostitution ,also putting in them the self creation activities spirit ,generratorof revenue that must even contribute on their development
    k. Helping them to exchange experience whith foreigners through seminar or local
    exchanging experiences.

    -Sensibilise the youth of great lakes region to use condoms so that to reduce the HIV/AIDS spreading in region .
    _Nsansibilise this youth with the appropriate councelling against drugs specially for the youngest ones including teenagers.
    _Speaking in favour of basterds and for children victim of HIV/AIDS transmitted through the way mother-child when they were born.
    -Reducing the ecological pollution by planting the bio-diesel trees through this youth of GLYAD.

    GLYAD?S ACTIVITIES
    All activities of GLYAD association are found in projects that are conceived by this youth and though done by themselves. These projects target to contribute for integral development of youth in this great lakes region ,where GLYAD execute its activities .
    THE PROJECT OF GLYAD
    The project of GLYAD are contained in :
    1.T.I.O PROJECT (TomorrowI Is Ours ;Demain est à nous )
    2.APP PROJECT (Art Promotion in Prison; Promotion des Art en Prison)
    3.SAGE PROJECT(Safe Guard the Envirronement; Sauvegarde l?environement)
    4. GLYMA PROJECT (Great L akes Youth Magazine )

    u can contanct us on : https://www.facebook.com/glyad.rwanda.5
    glyadrwanda.wordpress.com
    https://www.facebook.com/Glyad.association?ref=hl
    +250788663095

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