Uganda Martyrs High School Kiboga
Contact: Matovu Joseph
57 Kiboga
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Uganda Martyrs High School Kiboga

Uganda Martyrs High School, Kiboga is a rural based secondary school that serves and supports the children from disadvantaged communities especially those that are in hard to reach and hard to live areas, poor families and those from HIV/AIDS affected families, conditions that hinder many students from accessing education.

We have a current population of 320 students from 12 to 25 years, although due to limited hostel facilities we only accommodate half of our current population leaving others with a burden of walking to and from school everyday, which increases their drop out rates.

The volunteers should be people who can fit in with the life style of our students, who can teach at least some English lessons, give counselling to some students, get involved in sports activities and be able to share their valuable time with us and contribute positively to the welbeing of our community.

  • Education
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Young People

Uganda Martyrs High School Kiboga

Suitability and Volunteering Roles

Volunteering Roles:
  • Agriculture / Farming / Forestry
  • Arts / Crafts
  • Caring / Healthcare
  • Computers / I.T.
  • Cooking / Catering
  • Counselling
  • Fundraising
  • Religious activities
  • Social Work
  • Sport
  • Teaching - Children
  • Technical Skills
Volunteering Type:
  • Group Volunteering
  • Individual Volunteering
Work Alone or With Others:

With others including in communities.

Liability Insurance

Volunteers working in this organisation are not covered by legal liability insurance


  • Uganda, Africa

At least someone with a high school qualification, social and down to earth person.

  • We cannot accept volunteers who need help with their daily activities
  • We cannot accept volunteers with a hearing impairment
  • We cannot accept volunteers with a heart condition
  • We cannot accept volunteers with mental health needs
Health Requirements:

Sound health.

Cost To Volunteer:

At least $600 for those staying one month. Plus travel and insurance costs.


From 18 years old

Weeks min/max

Weeks from 24 up to 22 per year

Hours min/max:

Hours from 16 up to 32 per week

When to Apply:


Start Months:
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December

Additional Information


Provided at a reasonable rate.


Personal effects and some equipment to use in volunteer work.

Local Information:

Bamusuuta Ward, Kiboga town council, Kiboga district.


If need arises, some interviews may be conducted.


Where necessary.



Debriefing & Certificates:

Certificates are issued after the training.

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