Kenia | Gehandicapten en landbouw

Ga aan de slag als vrijwilliger tijdens een groepsproject in Kenia. Dit project vindt plaats van 13 juli t/m 2 augustus en biedt ruimte aan 15 deelnemers in de leeftijd van 18 t/m 50 jaar. Je gaat werkzaamheden uitvoeren gericht op gehandicapten.

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Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van € 265.

 Farm work which involves weeding, digging and planting of maize, beans and vegetables
 Exchange programs with the community members through home visits
 Jiggers treatment and sensitization awareness within the community
 Engaging in sports activities as well as playing with the children
 Preparing and engaging in brick making for various youths so that they can sell and earn a living and support their families
 Digging farms and as well as harvesting for the old and widows
 Helping in construction of houses for widowers Vulnerable families and the old
 Organize community reach out with community health volunteers for HIV/AIDS campaign
 Organizing life skill sessions in schools with the children in order to nurture them and live positive life while avoiding drug abuse and engaging in bad groups
 Planting trees and taking part in the conservation of the environment

Accommodation will be at the project in this workcamp and it is important that you have your own sleeping bag and mat. During the workcamp, volunteers will get food from locally available foodstuffs and the volunteers will share the responsibility of preparing the food.

The volunteers can visit Kaimosi forest, which is 15 minutes’ walk from the campsite where volunteers can see different species of birds and monkey and have nature walk and Lake Victoria, which is 45 minutes’ drive from Kaimosi town, and Kakamega rainforest, which is also 45 minutes’ drive from the project.

Tujengane self Help Group, a non-profit initiative that is based on the community development which was started by joint youths in Mulundu village and its neighbouring communities, due to increase in poverty and illiteracy among the youths in the village as a result of disadvantaged due to their economic, social and cultural background. Tujengane literally means ‘build each other up’ had a main aim of improving peoples’ lives in the community especially the vulnerable as well as linking the community with other players in order to address the challenges faced by the local community. The mission of this organization is concerned with the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children, mistreated women, widows, widowers, men, people with disability and youths who are disadvantaged due to their economic, social and cultural background. They are aiming to build a healthy, transformed, and interactive society.

Volunteers are required to carry the following items for the workcamp: mosquito net, torch/flashlight, toiletries, first-aid kit, sleeping bag, sandal, sleeping mat, working gloves and sunscreen. In addition to those, volunteers can also carry the following items for interaction purposes: pictures of your country, old clothes that are no longer in use, toys, books, pens, etc.

We will pick up all volunteers taking part in this workcamp from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi. CIVS will arrange accommodation before and after the workcamp in a host family in the Buruburu area of Nairobi






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Aantal vrijwilligers

15 (7 mannen en 8 vrouwen)


18 t/m 50 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

€ 265


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