Academic Health and Agricultural Development Initiative (AHADI) is a registered Not-for-profit Organization with a mission to fight ignorance, Disease and poverty in rural parts of Kenya through education, healthcare and economic empowerment by use of available resources and voluntary service.
We offer volunteer opportunities for students, professionals, seniors and anyone with the desire to serve in rural villages in Kenya.
Teaching and training, HIV/AIDS prevention and care, healthcare and medical service, Agriculture and community Development, Environmental conservation, youth empowerment and development, women affairs and peace building.
More information on the volunteering programs are available on our website.
Accommodation: Host family allocated
Food: Breakfast lunch and dinner (locally available food)
Airport Pickup: Included on arrival date.
Training: In-country orientation
What's not included
Flights, Insurance, Visas
Daily average: $20
Used cloths, shoes, teddy bear
Exercise books (note 1)
Second hand clothes
crayons and markers
drawing & writing boards
The participants will work with various rural village communities and share their knowledge on various models of community development. Campaigns and sensitizations are launched to strengthen projectseg for schools in order to provide basic amenities. Most of the infrastructure development in these schools and rural settlement regions present the importance of health, hygiene, environmental awareness and the need of education among the children along with adults. The participants will come up with creative ideas.Partnerships with community based organizations and NGO,s have greatly helped in bettering the livelihoods of the locals.
Welfare of our participants is key. A well planned and organized trip to Kenya is what we value. For AHADI we understand the risks and fear associated with travelling to Africa. And we have carefully designed our programs ensuring that safe practices are always met. Since 2007 we have successfully hosted many local and international participants in various projects and all our visitors realized that Kenya is a safe travel destination.
Academic health and Agricultural Development Initiative (AHADI) was established as a community based organizations in Southern Rift valley in Kenya in 2005 and registered as a Non governmental Organization on march 2007 with the aim of pulling resources together to assist the poor rural communities through Education, Agriculture, Health, and general guidance to ensure that all aspects are incorporated for for harmonious existence.