Organically developed, FOH has entered into relationships with universities to further the education and practical application of their students’ skills in-country. Through research and internships, these students help to further enhance FOH programs and activities. Interns provide valuable in-country work to our partners and help us foster better relationships with the people we serve. Interns typically serve 10-12 weeks and have a vested interest in agricultural development and similar areas.
Local Talent Development
Through our work, we have created relationships with local Ugandans who are inspirational individuals dedicated to improving their country through agriculture. Each of our Ugandan team members and trainers has a passion for agriculture and works diligently alongside us to promote the best practices and methodologies available. They serve as great educators and extension agents to our partners and farmers, and we are dedicated to their development.
Field of Hope was founded with a servant heart, and we are happy to accommodate those who recognize a calling to serve worldwide. Volunteers bring a new excitement and passion to our friends in Uganda, and they have opportunities to serve and sweat through our work with projects and partners. To date, we have hosted numerous formalized mission trips and countless volunteers for a variety of durations.