Who qualifies as a volunteer?
- Student: This includes college students above 18years and university students undertaking a bachelor’s degree.
- Graduates: Already possessing a university degree, and pursuing a master’s degree or Ph.D.
- Young Professionals: Completed with your university degree i.e. bachelors, masters and Ph.D. and building a career.
Join the MFADV team to have a professional experience in a developing country, use your skills and knowledge in a different and more challenging cultural environment, and develop new skills.
Areas of Volunteering
This involves the Empowerment, Protection, Community outreach, Research and documentation and Media Advocacy.
This includes accounts and finance, human resource management, information technology, photography and videography.
Monitoring and evaluation
Men’s Forum Against Domestic Violence Uganda serves society through implementation of different projects; the success of the projects is our success. Volunteers participate in establishing the monitoring and evaluation tools and guidelines.
How to join as a volunteer
Volunteers will be recruited using an equal opportunities approach and using a variety of different methods to make the broadest possible range of people aware of the volunteering opportunities offered by our organization.
Interested persons will be required to fill in the online form provided below and attach a copy of their curriculum vitae.
Please note, we do not charge any fees for this program. The volunteer programme is FREE
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Duration of stay
The programme is task oriented within a stipulated period of 1 to 6 months and might be renewable as need arises.
On completion of the volunteer program, a certificate of merit is awarded for exceptional work.