Volunteer to help children in Kenya
Volunteer for IHF in Nakuru, Kenya
The international Humanity Foundation is looking for bright, dynamic, charitable individuals of all ages, nationalities and background to assist us at our Kenya, Nakuru Children’s Centre.
Our centre is surrounded by fantastic views and even lovelier children. It is a perfect location as it is right in the heart of the rift valley as well as only being 2 hours away from Nairobi. With approximately 70 children, this is the biggest IHF centre, we provide every day care to extremely underprivileged children and orphans all from the very marginalised Pokot tribe, whose conditions are some of the worst in Kenya. We try and provide these children with a safe environment where they can grow up, retain their childhood and get education.
Your role would consist of:
Every day to day care of the children, assist with chores
Assisting directors with hospital and school visits
Organising and running study/educational sessions
Partaking in one of our special projects, i.e. Survival peace farm
Help to fundraise locally and internationally
With a basic requirement of 4 hours of work a day and one day off a week, leaves plenty of time to explore the beauty of the rift valley; the centre is positioned in a very ideal spot where safaris, wild-life reserve and the lively Nakuru mid-town is just 10 minutes away by public transport.
We are sure that it will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life, we work hard to try and improve the children’s lives and in return we are rewarded with the ever smiling faces of the beautiful children.
This also offers you an ideal opportunity to gain development work at a grass root level with a charity that expects everyone to be hands on, work is always challenging and tough but it gives you a sense of satisfaction every day.
Cost: $150 per week, no application fee
Basic food and accommodation included
Minimum stay 2 weeks
Fluent English is required
Please take the time to familiarize yourself further with our organization - http://www.ihfonline.org. And to our blog http://ihfblog.wordpress.com/home/.
If you have any questions at this time, feel free to e-mail one of our helpful volunteers - email@example.com .
If you’re ready to apply, please visit: http://www.ihfonline.org/volunteering.
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