Hunger Fighters Uganda welcomes individuals through our volunteers’ recruitment Program to take part in our projects. The volunteers’ team is composed of multidisciplinary professionals, trained and experienced with the ability to use their skills to address social challenges particularly the fight against hunger.
What is Volunteering?
Volunteerism is an ideology of success in which every second in one’s life is valuable to the cause of positive impact in particular in fighting hunger, malnutrition and the associated costs.
Who is a volunteer?
A Volunteer is in summary a person who does something, especially helping other people, willingly and without being forced or paid to do it. As such selfless service has enormous benefits to those who receive their services and rewards to those that offer the service. This can be broadly be analysed from the satisfaction that one derives from being served and from serving others against the guilt of doing nothing.
Why become a HFUV Volunteer?
• Volunteers have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of millions of hungry people nationally and reducing the statistics of the same globally.
• Volunteers have the opportunity save lives through fighting against malnutrition and the related death.
• Across the disciplines and career growth, voluntarism has an enormous potential in enabling our volunteers to discover who they are, their strength and limits of their disciplines and individual efforts to appreciate the complementarities of multidisciplinary community engagements and team work.
• In most times, the opportunity to meet ones dream job is inevitable as volunteerism forms the vital steps in gaining the requisite skills and experiences for successful job performance.
• Those who are able succeed in offering voluntary services, are at the end more able to gain important contacts through interaction to propel them to broader community engagements.
• Volunteering activities multiple benefits as an expression of love for others and living active health lives.