MEDICAL MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES AT ABA FOUNDATION
Uganda is a country slightly smaller than the state of Oregon, USA and is home to more than 45 million people. Uganda, while having a relatively stable government and substantial natural resources, is still a country with much suffering. The 44 year average life-span is evidence of the harsh social climate, alarming levels of Unemployment and Poverty, Diseases and Wars have taken the toll of the people of Uganda.
Uganda has been through several Humanitarian Crisis including Civil Conflict, Food Crisis, Floods, Land sliding, Refugee influx, Persistent Droughts, Human Trafficking, Absolute Poverty, HIV/AIDS Pandemic, SARS, Ebola, Corona Virus (Covid-19) etc. This has left the people in Uganda in Great Need of Resources, including Medical Resources to help with the Major effects these Crises have had on the overall Health of the Nation.
VOLUNTEERS CHANGING THEIR WORLD FOR BETTER:
ABA Foundation - Volunteers are making a difference in some of the world's poorest communities, living and working alongside local people on projects of lasting value. Volunteers join us at different stages of their lives and with different passions. Yet they all want a challenge and they are united by their determination to make a difference. Typically, they walk away with a broad set of skills that help them to make progress in their personal and professional lives and carry on making a positive contribution to the causes they really care about.
These skills include the ability to negotiate, to motivate, to listen and learn from other cultures, to plan and manage budgets and so much more. Half the world is under 25. We know that with the right opportunity, young people have huge potential to make an impact in their communities. With ABA Foundation, you can be part of this experience too and show yourself and others what you're made of.
WHAT VOLUNTEERS DO AT ABA FOUNDATION?
Volunteer Projects includes:- Supporting local hospitals with Medical Teams, Operating Mobile Clinics, Conducting Voluntary Counseling and Testing in Schools, Communities and at Medical Centers, Volunteer help in construction of houses for Elderly, Destitute Children, Disabled, Refugees, Migrants, Widows, Immigrants, and other Needy Groups, Build water tanks, Wells, Toilets at remote Social Centers etc, Train single Mothers, Youth and Widows – Tailoring, Weaving Art and Crafts, Carpentry and Joinery at our Vocational Training Center, Modern Agricultural Techniques, etc.
ABA Foundation is a Non Discriminating Organization. ABA Foundation Projects and Programs DOES NOT require Exposure, Adherence to, or Conversion to our Religious Doctrine in order to be a Beneficiary.
ABA Foundation Does Not Discriminate Beneficiary based on Age, Gender, Tribe, Race, Creed, Color, Disability, Nationality, Marital or Family status, Political or Religious Affiliations.
ABA Foundation Program's beneficiaries are not encouraged or required to learn about, adhere to, or convert to ABA Foundation's Religious Doctrine as a Condition of Receiving our Services.