To be a volunteer at any CHIU, the most important thing that you require is the dedication and time to put into your work. The people who are running the CHUI are extremely motivated people and once you join CHIU, the same is expected from you. If you have certain time constraints, you should clear those things when you are joining itself. Understand the people/area you are serving and what is it that is lacking in order to help CHUI achieve the goals.
If you actively work/volunteer will help you to make a positive contribution in the growth and development of the society. You can work for the cause you are most passionate about.
Joining an NGO is like an investment in your future. You will develop professional skills to meet the demands of the role and of the organisation.
Working in an NGO will broaden your perspective. It will cause an impact on the way you pursue your objectives and make decisions. Working in an NGO can make a positive impact on your life. It also offers an opportunity to work overseas. CHIU structures volunteering opportunities overseas
As a part of a team, you will not only gain leadership skills, you will get a chance to employ them too. Everything depends on how well you learn to motivate people and how you cope up with pressure.
You will learn and experience working with people of different cultures. It will also increase your ability to adapt to different cultural demands and behavioural expectations. This will also impact your ability to handle sensitive situations.
You get a chance to design and plan on both- a larger scale and for a longer period of time. Your goals may take either years or decades to get accomplished. CHIU promotes and protects the health of all people living in Uganda and encourages greater participation of citizens in making health-related policy at the African level.
The sudan word War is easy to say but the out come are the most heating events a youth like me can view either in the day or night. The effect of the War landed me a refugee in Uganda but thanks God am alive today because of Creating Hope International Uganda
She stays in Kabowa central zone
She is 5 years old, Born to Ms. Nakagwa Maria Gorette and Mr. Ssemakula Francis. Her mum stays in kabowa with Mrs Maseruka Loy.
She doesn’t go to school because they is no school fees at the time
Matane Barrack Detrick,
He is 6 years old, he goes to Muteesa ii Memorial school. He is in primary one class. He is born to Ms Nakagwa Diane and unkwon father
He stays in kabowa with Mrs. Maseruka Loy as his care taker.
He like playing football with his fellow age mates