Volunteer in Kenya, Africa: Advance Africa welcomes volunteers and interns all year long to work in children’s homes, school English teaching program, medical care, social work, hospice, sports, and HIV/AIDS awareness, in Kenya, Africa.
Volunteers typically participate in one project all day. The schedule can be tailored to give you the opportunity to work with different people in different environments.
During the weekends, volunteers have free time to explore their surroundings. You can go to Mombasa, visit the local markets and spend time with other volunteers.
Additionally, you enjoy our special priced volunteer's safaris.
We have many interesting volunteering and internship opportunities to suit your needs.
Volunteering is a very independent job. The results depend on how much time and effort the volunteer puts in the projects.
Anything you are able and willing to do for the local community is highly appreciated. Our projects benefit from volunteers who are enthusiastic and ready to make that extra step.
Location of Kenya Volunteer Programs
Advance Africa has volunteer placements located in urban and rural Kenya communities and villages. Volunteers initially fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO).
Dates and Duration of the Kenya Volunteer Programs
We run a flexible schedule where volunteers can arrive and depart on any date. Volunteers can choose to volunteer for periods ranging from 1 week to 6 months.
Kenya Volunteer Requirements
Volunteers need to be 17 years or older at the beginning of the program. Younger volunteers are accepted if travelling accompanied by a responsible adult.
For the medical placements, volunteers need to be training or qualified in a relevant medical field; pre-med, pre-nursing and pre-health students are eligible to volunteer on this program, as well as medical and nursing students and fully-qualified medical and nursing professionals.
We have a common volunteer accommodation having an average of 15 volunteers all year round.
We also have individual home stay accommodations which are more popular for rural volunteer placements.