Kenya is one of the most populous countries in Africa, with about 39 million people. HIV, orphans, vulnerable children and poverty are some
of the issues facing the people of this East African country. In the Education sector, there is a lack of access to quality education,
lack of access to education for orphans and vulnerable children, and a lack of competency and training amongst teachers (in particular
in the field of ICT and Early Childhood Education).
Our work in Kenya is primarily focused in the slums of Nairobi and also in Western Kenya in Kisumu. We gather together local schools and NGO's
to strengthen and equip them through training.
When in Kenya, volunteers will connect and work alongside key partners on the ground. Volunteer teams will:
Run training for primary and early childhood school teachers and head teachers based in slums of Nairobi
Run community and reproductive health training for women
Run training for women in leadership
IMPORTANT VOLUNTEER INFORMATION:
2017 Trip dates: 15th
July - 21st July
Approximate Trip costs: $3500 - $4500
Join our 2017 Kenya team by filling out our online application form here