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Joyce

Joyce Kanyike – Business Administrator Joyce Kanyike is the Business Administrator for International Volunteers Network. She is an hotelier, entrepreneur, and a Business woman recognized as the pioneer of the Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) in her local community in Uganda under the umbrella organization – Twesigangane Women Group,

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David

David Moore – Director of International Administration and Marketing David first came to Uganda in 2013 to volunteer in the HIV/AIDS program. He was so inspired and moved by his two months volunteer experience at Health Centre in the slums of Kampala. He is currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in

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James Nadiope

James Nadiope – CEO & Founder James Nadiope is a respected authority on international responsible volunteerism. He is the President/Founder of the International Volunteers Network in Uganda with a focus of putting the volunteer’s skills to use in supporting the development initiatives of local communities in Uganda whilst exploring new

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Women & Girl Empowerment Projects

Volunteers interested in empowering women against gender related issues, IVN  women empowerment project is a good match for you. Although women have great contribution to the African socio-economic development, in Uganda, they still remain among the most vulnerable members of the society. Women face many challenges including; discrimination, low social

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NGO Capacity Building Project

NGO Capacity Building Project We have added a special Administration and Organization’s Capacity Building Program where volunteers with skills in administration and office management will now be placed to work with the IVN management team in the office to help with the IVN administration work. Depending on the specific placement

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Project

Uganda is at the heart of the sub-Saharan HIV/AIDS pandemic. An estimated 25.4 million people are living with HIV and approximately 3.1 million new infections occurred in 2004. In 2004, an estimated 2.3 million people lost their lives to the disease. Uganda is home to more than 1 million AIDS

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Sports Development

This program was set up as way of letting the children in different villages particularly those supported directly from PROGRAM to explore their sports talents. The sports development program provides a range of activities for children to participate in. Different activities such as football, volleyball and netball can be organized

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Construction & Renovation

Volunteers are needed for the on-going construction and water building projects in the community. Volunteers needed for manual labor jobs working alongside skilled and unskilled local workers to help with the construction work.  Some tasks include construction of bole holes, expansion, water well building, construction of roads and renovation work,

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