How to Volunteer in Kenya
How to Volunteer in Kenya: Advance Africa offers a range of exciting summer camp, work abroad and volunteer abroad programmes in Kenya.
Advance Africa is a non-profit work and travel expert and has been helping people of all ages volunteer abroad for 7 years.
Our volunteer work overseas projects are affordable, insightful and offer plenty of time for travel and exploration. We promote sustainable development in Kenya through responsible volunteering programs.
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How to Volunteer in Kenya: Orphanage Programs
Volunteer orphanages: Orphanage volunteer programs are available for anyone who wants to get involved and make a difference in the lives of young orphans all year round.
Orphanage volunteers provide love, care and support to the orphaned children. Orphanage volunteer projects are available in several rural areas, Mombasa, Nairobi and its suburbs. More on orphanage volunteer programs...
How to Volunteer in Kenya: Volunteer Teaching in Kenya
Volunteer abroad teaching English, math, sports and other subjects. Volunteers teach a class on their own or assist local teachers in the school.
Native English speakers do not need any specific qualifications or TEFL to teach conversational English.
Volunteer opportunities to teach English abroad are available in several rural areas, Mombasa, Nairobi and its suburbs. Volunteers can teach abroad from one week to one year. More on volunteering in Kenya teaching programs...
How to Volunteer in Kenya: Masai Tribe Projects
Volunteering work available amongst the Masai tribe in Kenya includes teaching, working at community health clinics, building etc.
Volunteers experience Masai culture by living with a Masai host family. Living and working amongst the Masai people will be a very enriching and memorable experience. More on Maasai volunteering programs...
Volunteering Work: Kenya Medical Projects
Medical placements are available for medical professionals, pre med, medical, midwifery and nursing students in and around Nairobi, Mombasa and several towns around Kenya.
Medical volunteers work in clinics, and hospitals in poor areas experience the medical system in a developing country. As a medically qualified volunteer, you will help by sharing your medical skills and knowledge while working alongside local staff to provide basic medical care.
Medical volunteers have the opportunity to work in the areas of general medical practice, pediatrics, maternal health, A&E, dentistry, physiotherapy and laboratory work. More on medical volunteer programs...
How to Volunteer in Kenya: HIV/Aids Program
Volunteers in the HIV/AIDS program help in decreasing the spread of HIV through raising awareness in the community, schools and public gatherings.
Volunteers also help in providing home based care, and emotional support to those affected by HIV/AIDS within the community.
As part of the program, volunteers work with HIV/Aids patients in various income generation activities such as making soap, bracelets, necklaces, baskets and other crafts for sale. More on HIV/Aids volunteer programs...