Uganda & Kenya kick off our first 2015 videoFIRST 2015 PROJECT VIDEO GOES LIVE AS 3-YEAR PROGRAMME IS UNDERWAY
It’s always an exciting time for Bhubesi Pride Foundation and its many friends when we’re able to share our project work with you in the form of our action-packed videos. We’ve been doing this for the last five years, showcasing the big efforts of our volunteers and support staff in each country, and this year is no different. What we are trying to do now, however, is build on the amazing work achieved in previous years and start initiating a sustainable future, for our African partner schools and communities.
SEE THE STATS, BROWSE AMAZING PHOTOS AND READ THE BLOG
- British coach educator Dan Cottrell joins the team for training week in Kampala… read more
- Our volunteers run a mini tournament in the capital… read more
- Colourful rugby on festival day in Jinja… read more
- Dynamic two weeks in Nairobi concludes at the KRFU grounds… read more
2016 VOLUNTEER APPLICATION PROCESS NOW OPEN – FEES DOWN 30%
Since 2012, the charity has been humbled by the amazing volunteers it’s welcomed from all over the world onto project work in Africa. Looking ahead to 2016, we’ve been able to further subsidise the fees our volunteers pay to participate; costing around 30% less than ever before. We hope this will enable more people to contribute their time and skills with us in Africa, gaining huge life experience at the same time.
If you know someone suitable to volunteer with us in Africa, for anything from 3 weeks to 5 months, ask them to get in touch with us or submit an application form on our website.
LEAD YOUR PRIDE
“This seminar is refreshing and encourages individuals to discover their leadership potential. It also gives them the opportunity to develop skillsets in line with the guidelines of what makes a good leader excellent.” Frik van Heerden, Managing Director, G4S Tanzania
In 2015 Bhubesi Pride Foundation’s Operations Director, Oliver Munns, is heading up our very own Transformational Leadership seminars in Africa. Presenting largely to G4S Africa employees, the content draws on the charity’s expertise in this area, backed by theoretical input from PhD academic and author Dr Elesa Zehndorfer. It’s one of three core services our new consultancy offers, adding further value for our stakeholders.
“An eye opener. Especially in speech delivering, charismatic leadership and building confidence.” Edith Kigonya, Human Resources Manager, G4S Uganda
For information on this element of what we do, get in touch…
A few exciting updates in this, our first 2015 project email. I hope that over the course of your day you’ll be able to watch our latest video and enjoy the photos and comment from our team and colleagues working very hard in Africa.
If you get an opportunity, share something here that interests you. Our hashtag on twitter this year is #joinourjourney.