Providing Funding and Mentorship to the youth coming from underprivileged backgrounds
Applicants are required to complete an application form and present final transcripts from their primary or high school. They should be of good moral standing and a commendation from their local pastor or priest is required. Special preference is given to C & D students from disadvantaged backgrounds as well as to teenage mothers and boys from single-parent homes.
Mentors are individuals from different backgrounds offering their time, skills, and knowledge to support the beneficiaries to help them succeed in their education and to become community changes. Mentors commit 1 hour per week for 6 months meeting with youth via phone or Skype and have one face-to-face meeting each month
Volunteers are critical in carrying out the duties that help MUWA Foundation fulfill its mission. We do not have minimum requirements in terms of educational background or work experience. Volunteers with varied backgrounds and experience who are committed to achieving diversity. One who’s extremely motivated, enthusiastic, and adaptable, be willing to step outside your comfort zone and can dedicate between 6 and 12 weeks at a time to your volunteer assignment.