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Why Volunteer with Aim:
yOne of the most vital tools for success in an individual’s life is impacting life skills for a positive change and a transformation…more
Sponsor a Child:
By sponsoring a child, you assist in their personal development and growth by giving them an opportunity to...more
Volunteer Placement Areas:
While working at these project locations, volunteers encounter natural and scenic beauties of these places along...more
Volunteer Holiday & Safaris:
Take advantage of effort towards charity, join affordable budget safari after or before your volunteer work with…more

Where We Work

Our Volunteer Locations:
Volunteer in Kenya and be ready for a unique and wonderful experience learning and exchanging ideas with the wonderful people of Kenya.

We run a number of volunteer programs and do volunteer placements form the villages to town slums in Kenya, including Kisumu, Masai mara and the villages of western Kenya , a country of startling contrasts and variations.

 

Mode of operation:
In Kenya, we operate within host communities through Pilot projects establishment that survey the basic community needs and root causes of poverty, ill health and illiteracy related problems.
A head of our involvement in Kenya, we operate within host communities through Pilot projects establishment that survey the basic community needs and root causes of poverty.

Host Community Backgrounds:
We consider the vulnerability of the community stake holders (children, youth and adult).Generally, economic activities in our host communities are tree felling for wood fuel and charcoal burning, and brewing of illicit drinks which sometimes turn to be deadly on consumption.
A number of people practise small scale fishing. Many youth are wasted due to poor economic capacity build We consider the vulnerability of the community stake holders.
Generally, economic activities in our host communities are tree felling for wood fuel and charcoal burning.

volunteer with children 2Abimbo village and School:

Uzima children center is in the heart of Abimbo village in Western Nyanza.It was initiated in 2006 to offer support for the orphaned and the vulnerable children in the surrounding villages.Here,there are children from broken families who are abused and tortured by this act of seperation.

-Some orphaned children live with elderly people who cannot afford to feed them regularly and therefore these children end up looking for food on their own...more

community learningMasai Mara Oloolaimutia Village:
Become a volunteer in Kenya and work in a school in Masai Mara called Oloolaimutia primary school  in the heart of Masai Mara supporting local teachers in crowded classrooms.
Children in Masai Mara attend school for an average of 9 years and 85% of girls do not complete their education, for various cultural practices and financial reasons.

This project is aiming to help the children from this Masai community with improved...more

orphan centreObunga and Nyalenda Slum Kisumu:
Kisumu is a bustling, dynamic city and is home to the Luo tribe. The Kisumu Project was founded in 2011 and runs throught the year. Each volunteer splits their tie between placements; one formal placement in a primary school and one non-formal placement working with street children.

This gives volunteers the chance to experience a wider range of organisations and to be in contact with children and young people from varied backgrounds and social circumstances...more

Migori and Rusinga Island:
A number of people practise small scale fishing. Many youth are wasted due to poor economic capacity build We consider the vulnerability of the community stake holders (children,youth and adult).
Generally, economic activities in our host communities are tree felling for wood fuel and charcoal burning, and brewing of illicit drinks which sometimes
Generally, economic activities in our host communities are tree felling for wood fuel and charcoal burning, and brewing of illicit drinks which sometimes turn to be...more
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