ICYE STEPS / KANYAA CHILDREN’S PROJECT 2017
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-76/2017
- Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
- Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
- Age : 18 - 99
ICYE Kenya – STEPS MID TERM PROGRAMME
Brief description and main aims To provide formal and informal education to the street/ slum/ orphaned children. To instill values of morality among street/ slum/ orphaned children. To develop talent and grow new talent among or of the kids–sports, arts. To provide employment opportunities to the community. Employees of Kanyaa Children’s project are involved with teaching, cooking, cleaning and any other activities as organized by the school. To improve social skills among the children. Main Activities Baby-care Arts-music, dance, drama, poetry Games Guidance and counselling Health, sanitation &water education Volunteer tasks To help bathe, feed, play with and put the babies to sleep. To clean the babies rooms. To help with any other activity initiated by the project.
The community is located in Mathare, Nairobi. The project is in a secure and safe area of Mathare. It is near the road and not deep into the slum. It is cold in the early mornings but the weather gets warmer as the day goes by. It is a crowded, low income community and most people engage in small businesses to make a living. The businesses include selling vegetables, home equipment like crockery and cutlery by the roadside. The people are friendly.
Basic English knowledge Reliable Tolerant Determined Self driven Team player and results oriented with a positive outlook.
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.
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.