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Projet Permanent
Kayole , Kenya

ICYE STEPS / HOPE FOR CHILDREN 2017

  • permanent
  • KIDS
  • KEN-60/2017
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 400.00 EUR

Remarque

Volontariat de 4 à 16 semaines; frais supplémentaires de 400€ pour le 1er mois, puis 60€ par semaine. Placement individuel, programme ouvert toute l'année

  • Code : KEN-60/2017
  • Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

ICYE Kenya – STEPS MID TERM PROGRAMME

TRAVAIL

Brief description and main aims To provide a home for the homeless children and orphans in the slums of Kayole and beyond. To provide food and clothing for the children. Main Activities Providing food, clothing and shelter for the children. Volunteer tasks To help bathe, feed, play with and put the babies to sleep. To clean the babies rooms. To help cook for the babies. To help with any other activity initiated by the project. Duration Minimum: 6 weeks Maximum: 16 weeks

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Hosting Situation (Board &Lodging) Host family. The volunteer stays with host family not far from the project. The volunteer will have lunch at the project together with the other staff members and kids. The host family provides breakfast and supper for the volunteer. Some of the Kenyan delicacies include Ugali, Chapati, Mandazi, Rice, Githerie, etc.

SITUATION

Kayole is located in the east of Nairobi town, majority of the people in Kayole are small scale business people. The people in this area are social and friendly. Many of the people in Kayole live below poverty line of below a dollar a day with many living in shanty houses.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Volunteer requirements / Skills Basic English knowledge Punctual Organized Committed and reliable Tolerant

The ICYE programme started in Kenya in 1989. ICYE Kenya is a registered NGO. It is composed of returnees, volunteers and a two-staff team working at the national office, located in Nairobi.

Programme
Voluntary service projects include assisting teachers in rural schools, working with the disabled, with street children, in the health service, on farms and in orphanages. Participants with professional skills like psychology, carpentry, typing, nursing, agriculture or languages might have access to other types of work placements.

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