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Uniting To Save The Vulnerable

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Lauren Bruce Eden (Medical Volunteer July/August 2012)

When I first considered volunteering, I was worried about going with a small scale organization rather than some of the international more well known charities.

However my experience was really good, the staff at Clemency Uganda were really supportive at every stage of my trip, escorting me around the area until I felt comfortable, introducing me to different organizations and phoning me on a regular basis to ensure I was okay.

Uganda was my first time in Africa and I went alone so what could have been a daunting journey was made into a great experience by the Ugandan people who were the friendliest people I have ever met. I was also surprised to the find that despite the immense poverty there, the area of where Clemency Uganda is based is also one of the safest places I’ve visited.

The experience is a total culture shock for those who haven’t been to a developing country before but you will never forget the people or places you experienced there. There are also a lot of fun things to do, like white water rafting. The area offers one of the best places in world to go rafting, it really was the best thing I have ever done.

I am a nurse and volunteered for 2 weeks in the local government hospital, as well as visiting various projects supported by Clemency Uganda. The children and families are so grateful for everything and happy.

If you want any further details please contact clemency Uganda who will pass on my email


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