We appreciate your interest in using your education in a way that benefits children and youth in Uganda. In order to intern with Haven Anti-AIDS Foundation, you must be enrolled in a university (or have graduated within the past year) and be in agreement with the rules and regulations of the organization. Please apply for the opportunity that best fits your interests and major.

Internship Opportunities:

Teenage AIDS Orphans Program


We are looking for children focused interns who can care, support and fundraise for the wellbeing of orphans and vulnerable children. You will join our team that dedicated their lives in protecting, helping and serving orphans and vulnerable children who were abandoned, stigmatized and discriminated due to HIV/AIDS. You’ll work in the communities of Buikwe district. During your interning with us, your services will be voluntary and you will be awarded at the end of your internship.

Beyond Talks Program / Build Up Program / Annual Youth AIDS Walk


We need a team of enthusiastic interns who are informed, can mobilize, work with youth at all levels, inspire others and have the ability to change the lives of youth. We reach out to youth in schools and communities to change their behaviors towards HIV infections. We organize events that are focused on HIV prevention among the youth. Your services will be voluntary but you will be learning and working with a team of professionals while gaining experience as well as being part of a meaningful social organization.

Skills required

  • Time management
  • Effective communication
  • Knowledge on Children’s rights (Child protection policy)
  • Computer skills at all levels
  • Problem solving skills
  • Creative thinking
  • Leadership skills
  • Community development

Benefits from the internship

  • Project management
  • Public speaking
  • Documentation
  • Child care and support skills
  • Networking with different people
  • Recommendation from the organization


  • University students
  • Senior six vacationists

Internship period

  • 6 months to 1 year


Applications should be made to the Program Coordinator