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Looking for volunteers to help out at the organization

World, Africa, Uganda, Jinja



Travel dates

About the workproject

We need 10 volunteers

Yimusa is a luganda word meaning to " Uplift",
Yimusa Aims at uplifting communities, caring for vulnerable and spread God's unconditional love through Jesus Christ.

We envisialise a self Sustainable, talented, skillful, Poverty free, Healthy, Morally Upright and spiritual community.

To promote Talent and Educational of orphans and other vulnerable children, and support them through formal and vocational educational trainings for sustainability.

Yimusa ministries is a community Based organization (CBO) that was started way back in 2014 with the aim of supporting children and other vulnerable Children plus their households through, education, Talent and special skills enhancements under special guidance.

The founders of Yimusa are mainly concerned about the many Children and youth who were classified as being “not in education, employment or training “and have passed through the educational system but with no special talent or skill to tackle life and earn a living.

Our choir.

Yimusa Children’s Choir is a group of 25 children sharing a message of hope for Uganda’s vulnerable children by spreading the word of God through singing and dancing. The choir perform gospel songs in English and a few songs in their local languages.

The goal of Yimusa Children’s Choir is to raise awareness of the poor and sad conditions the children of Africa live in, and to find sponsors to improve and change their livelihood. More importantly, it's a way we share our faith and feel the love of Jesus and see what He has done in our children’s lives.

You will meet and learn about Africa through our choir and see the good work God has done in their lives by hearing their stories.

The Registered Head office of the Organization is located in Jinja District, Uganda-East Africa
Please contact us direct on our email at
or visit our website at

About the host

Yimusa (31)

Host since




Last seen online

more than 6 month ago

I am Ibrah Ssembatya, the founder of Yimusa, growing it was not easy, my father died when I was 8 years old and we were left with our mum, I missed school for almost 2 years but God sent my aunt and her husband, they took me in and took good care of me, when I finished school, Because of what they did for me when I had no hope, I believed I can change other people's lives since someone came through for me

Project dates

Open for offers, contact us

Work to be done

  • farming
  • language practice
  • help in the house
  • teaching projects
  • maintenance tasks

Expected workhours

  • 5 hours a day
  • 5 days a week

Work exchange deal

  • private cottage, private room, shared cottage, shared room

You can sleep in a shared house or be hosted in a host family where you will experience Ugandans culture and how local people live

  • shared meals

We prepare food but we will teach you how to prepare some local dishes or cook together.

  • no money is involved