girl child needs support

October 17, 2013 Leave a comment

girl child needs support

the girl move to bore hole so let therefore we are asking for any volunteer to offer us aboor at 120000dollars to save same girls and achieve abetter education

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Save The Marginalized, Uganda

May 25, 2013 Leave a comment

Alessia Crevena, went to Uganda, Africa, to make a difference!
With the help of some people, and Save The Marginalized organization she managed to help a village named Kabukye (Kamuli).
Giving them Drinking water, Mattresses, School supplies, Clothes, and better yet, HOPE for a brighter future!
If she could do it, So can you ! Be part of the CHANGE!
With only $1,50 a day, you can help a child’s future..

Community development internship

January 24, 2012 Leave a comment

To all students from across the globe:

Greetings from Save the Marginalized (StM) based in Kamuli, Eastern Uganda, East Africa.

StM is a Civil Society Organization implementing a wide range of charity activities in Eastern Uganda.

We are implementing a wide range of projects/programmes in rural villages of Eastern Uganda:

  • Health & Care
  • Access to Education
  • Sexual Reproductive Health
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Food Security and Social Community Development
  • Vocational & Life Skills Training
  • Access to safe clean water

We have day Center for the Orphans in Buwaiswa East.

StM Uganda is currently looking for potential partners across the globe who we can work with, network and partner with this 2011/2015. StM is willing to share and discuss with your friends, family, firm, company or organisation more details on how you can work with her, in different ways.

To apply please contact the STM programme director at paul.bamu@gmail.com.

Further Details

Start date

  • January 11, 2012

End date

  • March 12, 2012

Application deadline

  • March 1, 2012

Hours per week

  • 30

Compensation

  • Unpaid

Child project

January 24, 2012 Leave a comment

This is a volunteer opportunity for all individuals, families and organisations that are interested in working with children in a remote village in Eastern Uganda.

This volunteer opening allows you to introduce new skill to children and community and allows you to plan with the volunteer coodinater on how to implement it.

This position is to enable students and volunteers to practice skills in areas of health, education and project development in relationship with chidren.

To apply please write to the STM programme director at paul.bamu@gmail.com.

Further Details

Skills needed

  • good comminication
  • childfriendly

Appropriate for

  • Groups
  • Families

Extra details

  • Fee required
  • Training provided

International volunteer options

  • International volunteers welcome
  • Housing available
  • Language/cultural support available

Duration

  • 3 months or longer

Time commitment

  • Occasional (weekly or monthly)

Open Volunteering Opportunity

January 24, 2012 Leave a comment

STM Uganda would wish to offer an open oportunity to all students and also well wishers who would love to volunteer with us starting in february in the project of outreach to community. The project aims at improving behaviour change among the youth and women with along team vision of having pasotive change. This project will be implemented with the help of interns and volunteers and only those that send in their application to paul.bamu@gmail.com will be considered after which accomadition will be arranged.

Further Details

Skills needed

  • english spoken
  • good community relationship
  • flexible

Appropriate for

  • Groups
  • Families

Extra details

  • Fee required
  • Training provided

International volunteer options

  • International volunteers welcome
  • Housing available
  • Language/cultural support available

Duration

  • 3 months or longer

Time commitment

  • A lot (10+ hours/week)

Brochure of STM-Uganda

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The word from the programs director of Save the Marginalized Uganda (STM)

April 8, 2011 Leave a comment

STM Programme Director

The STM Programme Director, Paul Bamubingirie


I would like to congratulate every body upon completion of 2010 and wellcome you into year 2011 which seem to have a lot of fruits in our lives.

The year 2010 seem to have been with both positives and negatives but always s good to have positive for cast than looking back.
Meanwhile I would love to thank ever person who supported us financially, material wise and psychological. We know it hasn’t been simple for most of us to sacrifice our time to support the needy children.

On behalf of STM Family allow us to express our deepest thanks for your recent interest to become a core partner to save the marginalized ’s Home. Generous gifts from friends like you provide the financial and moral support needed to continue our mission.

Thank you for your kind gesture and interest in becoming a partner and supporting our project!
Your caring support of the Children with STM will make a great difference in the lives of these unfortunate children.

Your contribution has been used at the Orphanage to pay school fees and provide scholastic materials for the children. Part of your contribution will enable us facilitate the acquisition of essential drugs that help prevent infections that throw HIV positive children into full-blown AIDS. Just 5000 Ug.Shillings ($2.5 USD) a month provide a full month worth of medical treatment, food, and scholastic materials for a child at Henry Children’s Home.

There’s no doubt that the need is huge. There are currently 49 children under our care and another 50 have been mapped and identified and will need urgent support.
However, the support of donors like you is helping us to make it possible for children living without parents, marginalized, abused children and those living with HIV to lead happier and fruitful lives.

As the year 2011 starts STM is looking forward at operating vacation skills for the youth to live a meaning full life.
Meanwhile to all our partners we are encouraging you to support STM by linking it to partner organization and funding opening.

On behalf of STM we are calling upon volunteers to well wishes to join hands and support us.
As family we should work hand in hand to reduce drug abuse among the youth and children and therefore with the support from youth partner organization we are going to rise up and start visiting schools.

As we join our hands together let us advocate for human rights and children rights since we are looking at the kind of foot print we are to live.

Wish you the best of 2011 as we continue to supporting the marginalized

Regards

Paul Bamubingirie

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