About the project
The YAWE Foundation (Youth and Women Empowerment) envisions an enlightened society with the help of socio-economic development. They operate in a variety of areas, such as orphanage support, HIV sensitization, skills development, income generation, ICT literacy and information sharing and community and environmental education. Their mission does not only entail the education of children but also enables young adolescents and adults to flourish and experience the benefits of lifelong learning. Their mission is to create an improved standard of living for the community where unity and solidarity allow an improved livelihood for everyone.
Help to improve the socio-economic development of a community!
Already financed: 10%
About the homestay
The homestay is located in western Uganda in the city of Fort Portal. The YAWE Foundation is close to many gorgeous tourist attractions. Especially the Kibale National Park, located just around the corner. It is home to many chimpanzees and other monkeys. You can do chimpanzee trekking and there are also a lot of great hiking opportunities nearby.
Furthermore, YAWE offers great options to get to know the local community and the Ugandan way of life in their project. For example local dance classes or the production of local crafts.
- Rooms & price per night:
Single room 35 USD Double room 35 USD p.p.
- Food & Drinks: Breakfast and dinner are included. Drinking water available for sale.
- Amenities: Light/lamp, wardrobe, kitchen with gas cooker for guests, sitting room a spacious compound.WiFi (You are given a smile modem you load depending on the work you have).
- Leisure: The visitors can travel to beautiful tourist sites in Uganda through Kigere tours, a company affiliated to YAWE Foundation (Chimpanze, trekking, cycling, Claimbing lower ranges of mount Rwenzori, OR the highes peak of Mounth Rwenzori, Caves and Nyakasura falls, agro-tourism activities, visiting hot springs, visiting Queen Elizabeth national Parkalls national Park, Machizon Falls national park, Gorrila trecking in Bwindi etc.) If guests wish to, they can also volunteer in our youth programs.