Use sports and artistic activities as a catalyst for personal development, healthy habits and team building Organizing life skills training for positive decision making, conflict resolution, raising awareness about HIV/AIDS, teen pregnancy and gender Forming boys/girls groups and promoting gender and leadership training Training in health education issues and HIV prevention Promoting positive parenting and communication to reduce conflict Supporting Service Learning projects Forming Parenting groups with community leaders Brining in specialist skills to work with girls, boys, and youth at risk Working to strengthen NGOs and youth groups
Excellent working environments, caring staff and personnel
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Gitoki, Eastern Province – December 4, 2017
Depending on your stage in life this is a great opportunity. I think its best either before you start a career or after you retire. Overall a rewarding experience but also with its difficulties, much like everything else in life.
Peace Corps Volunteer Leader (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – November 28, 2017
Volunteering with the Peace Corps gave me a chance to lead a fulfilling three years, which taught me that serving and helping others benefits both you and the people you serve a tremendous amount. Now that I am back in the U.S., I know that leading a life of service will be an important part of my future because it has made me happier, more content and more optimistic in the world around me.