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Watamu Turtles, Keyna

Join this programme and take part in sea turtle conservation volunteer work involving research and monitoring of nesting turtles, education and outreach as well as turtle rehabilitation all throughout the year in Watamu, Kenya. The project was featured in the last episode of a 6 part BBC documentary series, Africa, featuring Sir David Attenborough. You can join for 4 weeks up to 8 weeks all year round. We have places available all throughout the year.

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Help Create Sustainable Change in Kenya

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A One Horizon program in Kenya will expose you to a different way of life. In our 7-day itinerary, you will be visiting 5 centres in and around Nairobi. These centres range from an infants’ crèche and primary schools in the slums of Kibera and Kwangware, to a refuge and retraining centre for HIV-affected women in Ngong Hills.

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Volunteer with Children in Kenya

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In this 1-day program, you will be visiting a primary school in east Africa’s largest slum, Kibera.  Kibera is found in the centre of Nairobi and is home to half a million people. Here you can become involved helping cook lunch for the children, in assisting with our health checks and in reading to children whose everyday survival is a challenge. Our Feeding Projects, for instance, are crucial to ensure that children in particular have their nutritional needs met.

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Volunteer with the Masaai in Kenya

The benefits of volunteering extend to you - the volunteer, and to the community and project where you serve.  Personal benefits include development of life skills, personal growth, friendship, increased self confidence, social awareness, and building independence.  An international volunteer experience will also enhance career prospects. When you volunteer with GVN, you can be assured you are helping local grassroots development.

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HIV/ AIDS Program in Kenya

The benefits of volunteering extend to you - the volunteer, and to the community and project where you serve.  Personal benefits include development of life skills, personal growth, friendship, increased self confidence, social awareness, and building independence.  An international volunteer experience will also enhance career prospects. When you volunteer with GVN, you can be assured you are helping a local grassroots organisation.

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