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Download the Let’s Go Uganda Information brochure for more detailed information.

Uganda, officially the Republic of Uganda, is a landlocked country in East Africa. Uganda also lies within the Nile basin, and has a varied but generally a modified equatorial climate. Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom, which encompasses a large portion of the south of the country, including the capital Kampala. Although Uganda, has a very moving history it is very peaceful now and the people are very friendly. Uganda has many beautiful tourist attractions. In addition to the presence of stunning national parks, Uganda is rich in beautiful lakes. According to the Lonely Planet site, Uganda as the country with the most attractive tourist destination in 2012. Winston Churchill called Uganda the “Pearl Of Africa”. It is very challenging with wild nature, wilderness filled with a collection or herd the animals plus the various sounds of birds chirping and chatter of wild monkeys in the forests. It promises adventure like no other.

Let’s Go Africa will make sure you will stay and work in a safe area and in our specific preparation meeting we will make you aware of all the do’s and don’ts. If you are up for the challenge, Let’s Go Uganda will take you to the place to be! Projects within professional organisations that provide community development work and quality supervision. The great hospitality and openness of the people and the various opportunities to spend your free time will make you want to come back even before you have left Uganda!

For Let’s Go UgandaRoel van Hout (living in The Netherlands) will be your contact person. Here you can read more about him.

Quality of supervision and guidance: Roel will assist you with preparing your trip in the Netherlands. Supervision in Uganda will mainly be provided by a trusted staff member within Let’s Go Africa’s partner organisation. We will ensure that these people are qualified professionals that aim to assist you with your project activities and school assignments whenever they can. The project staff in Uganda will be informed in advance about your personal information, preferences, work plan, date of arrival, and length of stay.

If any questions or concerns arise throughout your stay that cannot be resolved with the help of your local supervisor, Roel can assist and act as a mediator between you and the local people/authorities. Roel has personally experienced Uganda and visited all partner organisations and he will do his utmost best to make sure you have an amazing working experience!